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With regular season meets completed, men’s swimming and diving teams throughout the Ivy League anticipate the end-of-year championships.
With half of Ivy League play in the books, the men’s basketball team has set itself up for one of its most successful seasons in a long time.Making the trip through the Empire State on the weekend, the Tigers (16-5 overall, 6-1 Ivy League) pulled off their second straight weekend sweep of league play and pushed their winning streak out to 4.
In the 2012-2013 season, the Princeton men’s wrestling team went 0-5 in Ivy League play. For the last two years they have steadily improved but have finished each year with a 3-2 record. This year, the men’s wrestling team finally broke the dam, reaching the Ivy League Championship round in Dillon gym for the first time in three decades against perennial conference champion Cornell on Saturday.
The third-nationally ranked Princeton women’s squash team finished its Ivy League season with an exciting win this past Sunday.
On Friday night, the No. 8 Princeton Women’s Hockey Team (20-6-1, 13-6-1 ECAC) battled it out on home turf against the No.
Despite a four-game skid, the men’s hockey team did not receive a break this weekend. The Tigers’ schedule took them north to face two dominant conference foes in St.
The Princeton men’s tennis team enjoyed tremendous success this past weekend, capturing its first Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) championship since 2001.
This past Friday and Sunday, the men’s squash team faced fellow Ivy League rivals Cornell (Overall 7-8, Ivy League 3-4) and Columbia (7-5, 5-2) to conclude regular season play.
The Princeton women’s basketball team continued its win streak at home with solid wins over Cornell (13-8, 5-2 Ivy) and Columbia (12-11, 1-7). The Tigers started out against Cornell on Friday with three straight layups.
The women’s water polo team kicked off the season on a strong note this weekend, rattling off wins over California Baptist, Villanova, California Lutheran and Iona at the Princeton Invitational. The run began with a thrilling come-from-behind win over the California Baptist Lancers (7-5). The Tigers trailed 3-2 with three minutes remaining in the second quarter, but went on an impressive four-goal run to build a 6-4 lead.
After experiencing a season featuring tight wins and a trip to the NCAA tournament, the women’s water polo team will begin their quest for glory once more.
This week, Street considers the history of bicker, the process of admitting new members at selective eating clubs.
Coming off an exciting victory over longtime rival Penn, the Tigers surged through the first two matches of Ivy League play, winning key matchups against the Harvard and Brown wrestling teams.
In 2000, 2001, 2010 and 2012, the Princeton men’s and women’s fencing teams swept both Ivy League titles.
As league play reaches its midway point, the race for first place in women’s basketball is as tight as ever.
Women’s track and field impressed this past weekend at the Sykes and Sabock Challenge Cup in University Park, Pa., claiming the third place title and pushing three individual athletes through to win in their respective events.The Tigers garnered a total of 110 points as a result of impressive performances across the board.
After suffering their first loss of the Ivy League season against Yale, Princeton men’s basketball faced struggling a Harvard (9-13 overall, 1-5 Ivy) and Dartmouth (7-13, 1-5) over the weekend and soundly defeated these two last-place teams in the league.Before Friday’s game at Jadwin Gymnasium, Harvard had beaten Princeton in five of their last six meetings on their way to five straight league titles.
For several weeks this season, the women’s hockey team (19-5-1 overall, 12-5-1 Eastern College Athletic Conference) has overcome challenges to produce consistent success.
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.