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The women’s hockey team came out victorious on their senior day last weekend, beating both Union (4-1) and Rensselaer (4-2) to take the final playoff spot and head to the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Tournament.
This men’s basketball team is on a mission.Putting their 11-game winning streak to the test this weekend, the Princeton Tigers (17-6 overall, 10-0 Ivy League) remained perfect in their most critical portion of the season.
Following a six-game stretch in which it did not suffer a single defeat, the Princeton Men’s Ice Hockey team endured a setback this weekend with consecutive losses to RPI and No. 7 Union College.
As basketball season inches closer to its conclusion, the Tigers continue to find ways to win and now have an inside track at the Ivy League regular season title and the number one seed in the league’s inaugural postseason tournament.
This past weekend was a big one for the Princeton Track program, with two major meets occurring on both Saturday and Sunday.
The men’s volleyball team continued their recent string of strong performances with a win over reigning EIVA champs George Mason.
On Saturday, February 18th 2017, the 2016-2017 Ivy League Women’s Swimming Championships came to a close.
Following a successful conclusion to its Ivy League season, including a win over Cornell (8-6, 3-4 Ivy League) that set a program record for wins in Ivy League play, the women’s squash team will travel to Hartford this Sunday to face Trinity (13-2) at the Kellner Squash Center.
The Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Team had a difficult season last year, but is looking for a fresh start with a new coaching administration and some exciting new additions to the team. Last year, the team went through a tough time when former coach Chris Bates was fired.
It has been quite a year for the women's water polo team. Individuals have seen tremendous success in the water, with senior goalkeeper Ashleigh Johnson winning gold in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and being named goalkeeper of the tournament.