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The women’s basketball team completed the 36thsweep of its last 39 Ivy League weekends as it blew past Dartmouth (7-15, 2-4 Ivy) on Friday and then eked past Harvard (8-11, 3-3) on Sunday.
It was a balanced team effort as Princeton defeated Dartmouth 85-48 on Friday.
Entering the third week of Ivy League play, the women’s basketball team (13-4 overall, 2-1 Ivy) will embark on a road trip this weekend to tackle Dartmouth (7-13, 2-2) on Friday and then Harvard (8-9, 3-1) on Sunday.
The Tigers began the Ivy League stretch of their season with a disappointing 48-50 loss to rival Penn, which currently sits atop conference standings.
Following a 20-day respite from competition, the women’s basketball team wasted little time in getting back to business this weekend.
While the semester may be winding down, the women’s basketball season is in full swing, as some of the teams are beginning to get their first tastes of Ivy League play.
This winter break, the Princeton women’s basketball team hit a speed bump in Ohio before regaining ground with two leisurely wins against Marist and Hampton.On Friday, Dec.
Hoping to extend a seven-game win streak, the Princeton women’s basketball team (9-1) will travel to Ohio to square off against No.
The Princeton women’s basketball team will look to extend its five-game win streak in a home game against Pittsburgh on Saturday.
The game will be the third in a series of four home games.
In a gym teeming with Tiger supporters, the Princeton women’s basketball team defended their home court against their opponents of the north, as they took down the University of Michigan Wolverines (7-1) to the tune of 74-57 on Sunday afternoon.
The Princeton women’s basketball team, in a resounding rebound from its 64-71 loss to Seton Hall a week earlier, earned three convincing wins over Thanksgiving break.
Last Tuesday, Princeton (5-1 overall) defeated Rider University 78-59.
After the first weekend of the season, the women’s basketball team continues its streak of success in regular season play,opening 2015-2016 with wins over American University and Duquesne University.The Tigers (2-0 overall) came into Friday night ready to repeat last year’s success over the Eagles, whom they defeated 63-56 in the previous year.
The campaign starts anew for the women’s basketball team, as it opens the season at home against American University on Friday night at 7:00 PM and Duquesne University on Sunday afternoon at 2:00 PM.
Anyone who paid attention to Princeton sports last year knows this team had a season for the ages.
The Naismith Award. A perfect regular season record. The No. 25 ranking going into the season.
This season, Blake Dietrick has been absolutely stunning.
She’s had one of the best seasons for any Ivy League athlete.
With her thesis finished and the WNBA draft over, Princeton senior Blake Dietrick can now focus solely on being ready for training camp.
Dietrick, the star and leader of the 31-1 Princeton women’s basketball team, will be traveling to the capital for the Washington Mystics’ training camp.
I t looks like senior Blake Dietrick will be given the chance to continue pursuing her dreams of a WNBA career.
Dietrick, a standout guard for the Princeton Tigers, has received a training camp contract from the Washington Mystics of the WNBA.
Banghart wins Naismith Women's College Coach of the Year
It seems Courtney Banghart has reached the top of the college basketball coaching world.
On Tuesday, Banghart was named the Naismith Women’s College Coach of the Year.
It looks like Courtney Banghart has another accolade to add to what has already been a tremendous season.
Banghart, head coach of the most successful women’s basketball team in Princeton history, was on Sunday named Women's Coach of the Year by the United States Basketball Writers Association.
Senior guard Blake Dietrick had the opportunity to continue her magical season Thursday night as she competed in the NCAA Women’s Three Point Contest, placing fifth overall.Anyone who saw Dietrick on the court this year can attest to her abilities as a sharpshooter.
30-0 in the regular season. The program’s first NCAA Tournament victory.
Under head coach Courtney Banghart, this women’s basketball team has achieved high levels of success.
After a magical season and an incredibly successful collegiate career, one might think Princeton senior Blake Dietrick would ease up on herself a little, focus on her thesis, and enjoy senior spring.