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This Thursday the tennis team held a fundraiser for junior Jacob Kaplan at the Lenz Tennis Center. Members of the community could play against varsity athletes in support of Kaplan’s fight against cancer. Participants were asked to donate $15 dollars towards Kaplan’s cause.
With its win last Saturday on senior day against Columbia (7-8, 2-5 Ivy), the women’s lacrosse team captured its fourth straight Ivy League title and 13th in school history.
After wins over Bucknell and Hartwick, the Princeton Women’s Water Polo team fell to the University of Michigan in the championship game of the Collegiate Water Polo Association Championships this weekend, April 28th to 30th.
In what would be a thrilling afternoon, the men’s lacrosse team fell just short as Cornell edged out the Princeton squad 18-17, despite a strong Princeton push late in the game.
At the beginning of the season, the Princeton women’s softball team identified its major goal as defending the Ivy League title and winning at least once in the NCAA tournament. Princeton will have the chance to secure one of those objectives this weekend, as they face Harvard in the Ivy League Championship Series for the second consecutive year with the conference title and an NCAA tournament bid on the line.
Last weekend saw the women’s lacrosse team beat Columbia 18-11 to take home part of the Ivy League title.
The Princeton men’s and women’s track and field teams competed at the 123rd Penn Relay Carnival held at UPenn and at the 2017 Lion’s Invitational held at TCNJ this past weekend.
While the Princeton baseball team may not be hoisting a banner this year, the Tigers can look towards the future with much anticipation and optimism. Princeton ended their season this weekend with a 4 game split against the Cornell Big Red.
The largest track and field event in the nation occurred this weekend in Philadelphia, and it was an important one for Princeton women’s track and field.
The men’s tennis team concluded its regular spring season with a 4-3 victory against Penn on Saturday at the Lenz Tennis Center.
The women’s water polo team, ranked No. 9 by the Collegiate Water Polo Association, is entering the CWPA Championship, April 28-30, with strong momentum and an incredible showing from the senior class.
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.
Last weekend, the baseball team had a tough time, getting swept at Clarke Field against Columbia (14-21, 9-7 Ivy). Princeton (9-26-1, 5-11) kept the games close. In particular, strong pitching proved a key to Princeton’s success in game two with senior pitcher Chad Powers striking out a season — best seven batters in seven innings work. Senior infielder Cody Phillips had a strong showing in these two games as well, with two hits in the first game and a career-high four hits in the second game, batting a total of 6-7 on the day.
The Princeton Women’s Lacrosse Team (11-3, 5-1 Ivy) caused Cornell (10-4, 5-1 Ivy) to drop its first Ivy League challenge of the season last Saturday afternoon, triumphing in a 12-11 double overtime win on Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca, NY.
Two weekends ago, senior Alice Zheng, a member of Princeton’s Powerlifting Club, earned first place at the 2017 USAPL Collegiate Nationals. A veteran of the sport, Zheng took the top spot with an impressive performance, squatting 160 kg, benching 91 kg, and deadlifting 188 kg.
In their weekend home bouts against Ivy League competitors this weekend, the men’s tennis team split their two matches, rebounding after a 3-4 heartbreaking loss to Harvard to take a 4-2 win against Dartmouth.
It is always very exhilarating to win a title, especially one after a long title drought. But to win a title in as dominating a fashion as the Tigers did is a feeling all its own.
In the penultimate weekend of their regular season, the Princeton softball team clinched the Ivy League South Division and a spot in the Ivy League championship series after winning three out of four games against Columbia.