Women’s Volleyball vs. Cornell: W 3-0
The women’s volleyball team swept Cornell at home, avenging a loss earlier in the season. The Tigers, now 9-3 in the Ivy League, are tied with Yale for the top spot in the Ancient Eight. No other team has more than seven wins. The Princeton team will wrap up conference play this coming weekend as they look to defend their Ivy League crown with two crucial wins.
Men’s Soccer @ Penn: W 2-1 OT
Despite having a 13-5 advantage in shots, the Tigers and Quakers ended the first 90-minutes tied 1-1. Penn opened the goal scoring in the 14th minute. The Tigers responded in less than 10 minutes with a goal from freshman Gaby Paniagua. However, the highlight of the game would come in overtime as defender Bobby Hickson scored the golden goal to secure the Princeton win.
Women’s Soccer @ Penn: W 1-0
The women’s soccer team secured the Ivy League title after defeating Penn 1-0 this past weekend. The Princeton team dominated the match, outshooting Penn 18-3 with 9 shots on target. Before this game, the Tigers had not beaten the Quakers since 2012. The 14-2 Tigers will find out their NCAA destination today at 4:30 pm.
Football @ Penn: L 35-38
In a heart-breaking loss, the Tigers fell to Penn 35-38. The Princeton team appeared to have made a comeback with a perfect pass to the end zone. However, the play was overturned and seconds later a missed field-goal attempt sealed their fate. Despite a strong performance from the team, the Quakers celebrated an exciting homecoming victory. The Tigers will face Yale this coming weekend.
Field Hockey @ Penn: W 2-1
The No. 14 Tigers came back from an early deficit to secure the Ivy League Title. The Princeton team has now won 23 of their last 24 matches against Penn. The win marked Princeton’s 25th Ivy League title and the Tigers will look to make their 22nd NCAA appearance. The NCAA tournament selection show will occur tonight at 10pm.
Men’s Water Polo vs. St. Francis-Brooklyn: W 13-9
The No. 14 Princeton team defeated No. 15 Saint Francis-Brooklyn to earn the top seed in the Northeast Water Polo Conference (NWPC) tournament. Although the Tigers trailed the first half, a stellar defensive effort that held the Terriers to one point in the second as they Princeton squad came back to claim the win.
Men’s Hockey vs. Cornell: L 4-5
Despite gaining an early lead in the first quarter, the Tigers were unable to hold onto the lead as Cornell surged in the second period to tie the game at 4 apiece. While the Tigers had the slight edge in shots, 25 to 22, it was Big Red that ultimately held on for the win. A in the goal in the final period of gave Cornell the win.
Men’s Swimming vs. NSU: W 150-117
The men’s swimming team opened the season with a strong performance against NSU. The Tigers started the competition with a win in the 200 medley. They followed up this with an individual win in the 200 free. Princeton wrapped up competition with another medley win. This time in the 400-free relay. The Tigers return to the pool to face UVA next weekend.
Senior Vanessa Gregoire’s 34th minute goal against Penn helped the Tigers edge out the Quakers in a tight 1-0 victory. The goal helped Princeton women's soccer secure its ninth Ivy League title.
Junior Michael Swart scored six goals in the Tiger’s win over St. Francis-Brooklyn. Swart’s six goals were crucial in the men's water polo team securing the top seed in the NWPC.
Caroline Sklaver contributed 11 kills on 16 swings to the Princeton match. She also added three blocks to the women's volleyball team's defensive effort against Cornell.