May 11th, 2017
On the eve of the league championship weekend for Princeton rowing, Georgie Howe (open women) and Jim Sincavage (lightweight men) join the latest edition of TigerCast to discuss their respective seasons and their expectations for both the Ivy League Championships (women) and the Eastern Sprints (men).
Interviews: Georgie Howe (open rowing) 4:55; Jim Sancavage (lightweight men's rowing) 15:45
May 4th, 2017
Before the begin big postseason weekends, seniors Ellie DeGarmo (women's lacrosse) and Claire Klausner (softball) join TigerCast. DeGarmo, the All-America goalie for the Ivy champion Tigers, reflects on how a tough schedule has prepared the women's lacrosse team, and she talks about the earlier matchups in April with both Penn and Cornell. Klausner, the ace of the softball team, follows to talk about how the 2016 Ivy title raised the standards for the 2017 squad. She talks about how the team treats the tough pre-Ivy schedule, and how her own pitching has improved during a remarkable senior season.
Interviews: Ellie DeGarmo (WLAX) 6:00; Claire Klausner (SB) 15:35.
April 20th, 2017
Prior to their Ivy League Golf Championship weekends, Tiger senior Hana Ku and junior Michael Davis join TigerCast to discuss their team's performance this season, the courses hosting the championship event (Women: Orange Tree Golf Club; Men: Stanwich Club), and how their experience in previous Ivy Championship events will benefit both this weekend.
Interviews: Hana Ku 6:30; Michael Davis 18:20.
April 12th, 2017
With both of their teams hosting key Ivy League weekends, seniors Sivan Krems (women's tennis) and Nick Mead (heavyweight rowing) joined the latest edition of TigerCast. Krems talks about managing the physical and mental challenges of the long tennis season, the experiences of winning the Ivy League title without an unblemished record, and the challenges of playing either indoors or outdoors. Mead follows to talk about the depth that has built within the program, the impact of the Compton Cup victory from 2015 had on his team, and why Wednesday afternoons have a major impact on what happens Saturday mornings.
Interviews: Sivan Krems (WTen) 5:15; Nick Mead (HRow) 18:00.
March 30th, 2017
As divisional play opens in both Ivy League softball and baseball this weekend, seniors Marissa Reynolds and Nick Hernandez join the latest edition of TigerCast to discuss both Ivy League championships during the 2016 season, and how those titles have helped fuel the teams into this season. They also discuss the importance and challenges of pre-Ivy games, and the importance of a good start within league play.
Interviews: Marissa Reynolds (4:25); Nick Hernandez (12:35)
March 23rd, 2017
Senior captain Gavin McBride joins the latest edition of TigerCast to discuss Princeton's strong start to the season, his own growth after a tough freshman season, and the brilliant start by current freshman Michael Sowers. He also looks ahead to Friday's Ivy League showdown against Yale, which will be televised live at 2 pm on ESPNU.
Interview: Gavin McBride 4:55
March 16th, 2017
In this NCAA Championships edition of TigerCast, Ivy Tournament MVP Myles Stephens joins the show to discuss his memorable putback that forced the Ivy semifinal to overtime, the overall tournament weekend, and the versatility within his game. He also looks ahead to the experience of facing Notre Dame and simply being part of the NCAA tournament. Afterwards, Ivy and EIWA Coach of the Year Chris Ayres talks about his program-record seven wrestlers heading to the NCAAs, which also starts Thursday in St. Louis. Ayres looks at the chances for freshman Matthew Kolodzik, the No. 4 seed, as well as others who will chase All-American honors. He also talks about the importance of bringing such a large number of competitors to the event.
Interviews: Myles Stephens (MBB) 6:10; Chris Ayres (WRE) 19:00.
March 9th, 2017
As they both prepare for the first Ivy League Basketball Tournament, Ivy League Head Coach of the Year Mitch Henderson and junior Leslie Robinson join TigerCast to discuss their seasons, the excitement surrounding this historic weekend, and what they anticipate from their Saturday semifinals against Penn (men) and Harvard (women).
Interviews: Mitch Henderson (MBB) 5:10; Leslie Robinson (WBB) 18:20.
March 2nd, 2017
With both the men's hockey and wrestling teams opening big postseason weekends, senior captains on both squads join the latest edition of TigerCast. Hockey standout Ryan Siiro looks at the four-year journey that has culminated in Princeton's first home playoff series since 2013, as well as the run the Tigers have made over the last month. He also looks ahead to the first-round series with Colgate. Afterwards, reigning All-American and EIWA champion Brett Harner talks about how last March has impacted him, why being selfish is the best thing for the team in March, and how special this final run will be with classmates Jordan Laster and Ray O'Donnell.
Interviews: Ryan Siiro (5:55); Brett Harner (16:30).
February 23rd, 2017
Ashleigh Johnson, the starting goalie for the gold medal-winning Team USA at the 2016 Summer Olympics, has returned to Princeton and is looking to lead the Tigers to a historic 2017 season. She joins TigerCast to talk about the journey from Rio, how much she has enjoyed being back to her life as a student-athlete, and what she hopes viewers see from her Princeton squad when Saturday's game (10:30 am) is televised live on ESPNU. Following Ashleigh's interview, both Charlie Volker (Men's Track & Field) and Allison Harris (Women's Track & Field) join the show to talk about their seasons and preview the upcoming Heptagonal Championships. Volker talks about keeping his body healthy after an Ivy championship football season, as well as having one of his top challengers in the 60m on the same Princeton team. Harris discusses her Ivy record pole vault last weekend, and talks about what makes a Heptagonal weekend so special.
Interviews: Ashleigh Johnson (WWP) 6:25; Charlie Volker (MTR/F) 17:30; Allison Harris (W TR/F) 30:15.