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This Friday and Saturday the men’s basketball team hosted Ivy rivals, Columbia and Cornell, for a conference double-header. The Tigers managed to grab two crucial wins from the meetings, beating Columbia 88-83 and Cornell 74-60. This improved Princeton to an eight-game winning streak and a 10-1 record in the Ancient Eight.
How do you end a perfect season?
The Princeton men’s volleyball team (3-8, 3-3 EIVA) evened up its in-conference recordthis Saturdaywith a crucial victory over Sacred Heart University (3-10, 3-3 EIVA).
After two weeks with no competition, the Princeton women’s water polo team will return to action this weekend when they travel to Lewisburg, Pa. for the Bucknell Invitational. The No. 15 Tigers (4-0) will face Wagner College and the Virginia Military Institute on Saturday before taking on Gannon University on Sunday.
This Thursday, the men’s swimming and diving team headed to Providence in search of a storybook conclusion to what has been a phenomenal year of competition. The Tigers ended the regular season undefeated against their Ivy rivals. In addition to their perfect record, Princeton also picked up a Big Al victory and their first HYP win since 2012.
After completing a strong 11-2 season and notching a 5-2 Ivy League record, the women’s squash team now faces their greatest challenge yet as they head to New Haven this weekend for the Howe Cup Championships.
Both the open and lightweight women’s rowing teams are looking forward to strong seasons, after enjoying a host of successes last year and starting on the right note in fall racing.
With the Indoor Heptagonal Invitational coming up this Sunday, the Spring outdoor season for Princeton Men’s Track and Field is the last thing on most of the runners’ minds. But with the warmer months right around the corner, the team cannot help but look back to last year’s victorious performance.
Last fall’s rowing season for the Tigers culminated in the successful Princeton Chase invitational hosted on Lake Carnegie. There, among top competitors and fierce rivals such as Yale, Cornell, George Washington, Penn, and Boston University, the Princeton “A” men’s heavyweight 8 crew took first, avenging an earlier defeat at the Charles River, with the “B” squad following close behind at fifth place. The men’s varsity lightweight 8+ team, the defending champions from the Charles competition, placed a still-impressive second place on the Carnegie, finishing narrowly behind a strong Cornell team.
As the reigning Ivy League champion, the women’s lacrosse team opened their 2016 spring season against UVA at Sherrerd Field at the Class of 1952 Stadium, and pocketed an early win at 14-7.
Just a week separates the baseball team from its season debut against Louisville. For a team itching to get onto the open field, March 4 could not come quicker.
On the weekend of Feb. 12, the Princeton Women’s Water Polo team started their season with the Princeton Invitational, facing California Baptist University, Villanova University, California Lutheran University and Iona College. The Tigers swept all four teams over the course of the weekend, beginning the season strong at 4-0.
The women’s track and field team will look to extend its indoor season success as it begins its outdoor season next month.
With spring fast approaching, it means the softball team will gear up for another run, and hunt for their first appearance in the NCAA tournament since the 2008 season.
Under warm skies this past Saturday, Princeton men’s lacrosse emerged from their first game with a convincing 21-4 victory. NJIT, a new set of faces for the crowd at Class of 1952 Stadium, held 1-1 share of the lead for just under one minute. The next 12 goals would be scored by individuals wearing the Tigers’ home white uniforms. Anything is possible, but it’s not likely that Princeton will manage a 12-goal streak against their upcoming slate of opponents: Hofstra, No. 6 Johns Hopkins and No. 4 Maryland.
This weekend, the women and men’s track and field team hosted rival schools at the annual Princeton Invitational in Jadwin Gym. This event marked the last competition for the Tigers before heading into the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships next weekend.
The women’s lacrosse team opened their season last Saturday against No. 4 Virginia and came out with a win at 14-7.
The Princeton women’s squash team won its sixth consecutive game this past weekend, claiming a thriller over fourth-ranked Trinity (11-4 overall).
All good things must come to an end. After winning eight straight games, Princeton’s longest winning streak since 1996, and claiming first place at the ECAC championships, a feat that the Tigers have not pulled off since 2001, men’s tennis (8-3 overall) dropped its first game since February to No. 49 Rice on the road. In their first-ever meeting, the Owls topped Princeton 4-3 in a narrow victory.
Princeton won its 15th straight game against Yale (11-15 overall, 2-7 Ivy) last Friday, beating the Bulldogs relatively closely with a final score of 94-81.