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Before becoming a Tiger, Sears was a Laker and already an accomplished lacrosse athlete at Skaneateles High School and in the club lacrosse scene. The 2015 No. 1 Young Gun Junior, 2017 Nike Northeast Player of the Year, and 2017 U.S. Lacrosse National Player of the Year received U.S. Lacrosse All-America for three consecutive years and Under Armour All-America honors amongst other accolades in recognition of her talent and hard work that culminated in 282 goals, 138 assists, and 244 ground balls.
Led by senior captains Camille Sullivan and Abby Finkelston, the reigning Ivy League champion women’s lacrosse team is hoping to continue the momentum from last spring’s successful season to reclaim its conference title and clinch a spot in the NCAA Final Four.
The women’s lacrosse team defeated Temple in its season opener, 17–4. First-year defender Mary Murphy’s strong performance earned her recognition as Ivy League Defender of the Week.
Women’s tennis improved to 6–0 on the season, the team’s best start since 1975.
The women’s lacrosse team had an exciting run in the NCAA Tournament, having defeated Cornell to face Penn State in the quarterfinal round.
After qualifying 10 athletes for Day Two, the women’s track and field team finished in third place in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship with 103 points.
The men’s tennis team concluded its regular spring season with a 4-3 victory against Penn on Saturday at the Lenz Tennis Center.
Both the men and women’s track and field teams are competing at the 123rd annual Penn Relays on Thursday through Saturday at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.
The men’s lacrosse team (9-4, 4-1 Ivy League) pulled out an exciting victory against the Harvard Crimson (5-7, 1-4) last Saturday in the last home game of the season.
Following two exciting victories against Harvard, the baseball team (9-22, 5-7 Ivy) faced Penn (18-14, 8-4) in a four-match series at Meiklejohn Stadium in Philadelphia last Saturday and Sunday to kick off Gehrig Division play.
Both the men and women’s tennis teams faced off against Cornell and Columbia this past Friday and Sunday. While the men lost both of their matches in their first round of Ivy League competition, the women were able to pull out a win against the Lions after a loss to the Big Red to stand 2-1 in the Ivy League.
The men’s lightweight rowing team faced a significant obstacle this Saturday, Apr 1, racing against the incumbent IRA champion Columbia on Lake Carnegie for the inaugural Campbell Cup in the second half of a regatta with the heavyweights.
The men’s lightweight rowing team faced a significant obstacle this Saturday, racing against the incumbent IRA champion Columbia on Lake Carnegie for the inaugural Campbell Cup in the second half of a regatta with the heavyweights.
The women’s water polo team (16-2) had an eventful spring break, claiming two victories in a three-game series in California following the successful Roadrunner Invitational.
To top a historic season, the men's basketball team (23-6, 16-0 Ivy League) just concluded a victorious weekend at the Palestra in Philadelphia at the first annual Ivy League tournament.
The men’s squash team concluded its season this past weekend at the College Squash Association Individual Championships at Dartmouth College, sending four athletes to compete for individual titles and All-America honors.
The women’s squash team just concluded its 2016-17 season at the College Squash Association Individual Championships at Dartmouth College this past weekend, Mar. 3-5. Princeton sent nine athletes to participate in one of the five draws of the tournament: Holleran North, Holleran South, Holleran East, Holleran West, and the Ramsay Cup.
The women’s squash team (12-5, 5-2 Ivy League) competed in the CSA Howe Cup national team championships this past weekend, Feb. 24-26, at the Jadwin squash courts, picking up an early victory against fifth-ranked Yale (12-6, 4-3) on Friday but facing disappointing defeats the two following days against top-ranked Harvard (15-0, 7-0) and third-ranked Trinity (15-3) to take fourth place.
Both the women’s lightweight and open rowing teams set their sights on regional and national championship titles as the beginning of their spring seasons rapidly approach.