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This past weekend was a thrilling one for the Princeton women’s water polo team as CWPA conference play got underway at Harvard University’s Blodgett Pool. The No. 11 Princeton Tigers (17–7) took a full sweep of the season’s first league tournament, defeating the No. 13 Indiana Hoosiers (24–7), the St. Francis College Red Flashes (12–14), No. 12 Hartwick Hawks (27–9), and No. 9 Michigan Wolverines (27–8).
Baseball (4–2, Ivy League) faces the Quakers (3–5–1) this Friday and Saturday at Clarke Field as the Tigers look to maintain their footing in the Ivy League.
The softball team struggled to find its rhythm early in a match against Monmouth on Tuesday. Despite a rally late in the game, the Tigers were unable to cut the deficit as the Hawks ended the game with a 13–7 win.
The women’s lacrosse team took No. 2 Maryland to the wire, building on a strong lead to stay ahead for the first 50 minutes of the game. However, the Terps came back as a free-position attempt with 45.1 seconds left on the clock gave Maryland the opportunity to steal the game. After giving the Terps their largest deficit all season, the Tigers were unable to hold on and were narrowly edged out by Maryland 11–10.
Last week, ESPN and the Ivy League announced a ten-year deal in which ESPN agreed to cover over 1,100 events annually across 30 sports. Most of these events will be available through ESPN+, a new “upcoming direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service,” with a cost of $4.99 per month. Launching on April 12, ESPN+ is part of a redesigned ESPN app and will also be accessible through ESPN.com.
In one of the busiest days in its history, 31 rowing races came down the Lake Carnegie course last Saturday as all four Princeton rowing squads — the Heavyweight Men, Lightweight Men, Openweight Women, and Lightweight Women — hosted Ivy League competitors.
The men’s lacrosse team came out hot against Stony Brook, cruising to a 16–8 win over the Seawolves. Now the Tigers have set their sites on Siena, where they look to get their first road win of the season in the first ever matchup between the two teams.
Heading into the heart of Ivy League play, both the men’s and women’s tennis teams look to build off of quality wins last week. The men defeated Cornell 4–3 in an exciting match, while the women remain undefeated in Ivy League play after weekend victories.
With their win over Cornell this past weekend, the men's tennis team is looking to build momentum heading into Ivy League play.
Freshman Luke Crimmins has been on a roll for the Tigers, with three goals in his last two games.
After playing one of their best games of the season early Friday afternoon, the Princeton softball team seemed to gain some momentum. By Saturday night, all of that momentum was gone.
NCAA title hauls from saber Maia Chamberlain and épée Kasia Nixon, both sophomores, in late March capped off a spectacular finish to a turbulent season for the Princeton women’s fencing team. The duo would lead the Tigers to secure their first ever double-title win, in what was not only a joyous celebration of individual talent, but also an indication of a very bright future for the program.
It will be a busy morning on Lake Carnegie this Saturday as all four Princeton rowing squads host Ivy League competitors. The open women’s crew will be last to take to the water as they host the first-ever Ivy League Invitational. This regatta will feature all the Ivy League teams except Brown, who will travel next weekend to California to face West Coast crews at the Lake Natoma Invite.
Sophomore sprint hurdler Joey Daniels is looking to build on a challenging yet successful freshman year to establish himself as one of the NCAA’s best. His season opener in Jacksonville, Fla., indicates he’s right on course. The Daily Princetonian caught up with Daniels to discuss this first race, his goals for the 2018 outdoor season, and his questionable dietary choices.
As the women’s lacrosse team heads into the heart of Ivy League play, it find itself up against a strong class of Ivy teams. With five league games left for Princeton, everything is still up for grabs. Here is a look at where things currently stand just past the halfway mark of the season.