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In its final home game of the season, Men’s Volleyball took George Mason University to five sets but were unable to close the deal, falling two sets to three.
Princeton men's volleyball vs. IPFW, Princeton, NJ, January12, 2018.
The women’s lacrosse team lost a tight 16–17 game against Syracuse on Thursday. Halfway through regular season play, the team is now 4–4 on the season and 1–1 in the Ivy League.
Softball is off to a strong start in Ivy League play, with two wins in three games against Brown.
On Wednesday, men’s baseball defeated Rutgers to snap the team’s two-game losing streak.
The men’s track and field team opened the outdoor season with a strong performance at the Spring Break Invitational in Jacksonville, Fla. Senior sprinter and captain Carrington Akosa, sophomore hurdler and sprinter Joey Daniels, and junior thrower Adam Kelly all set personal bests.
The Princeton men’s lacrosse team (3–4, 0–2 Ivy League) has had a difficult start to its Ivy League season. Facing two of the conference’s top teams in No. 20 Penn (5–4, 1–1) and No. 4 Yale (6–1, 2–0), Princeton lost 14–7 to Penn and 16–8 to Yale.
After coming off of a 4–3 loss at Penn State, the Princeton men’s tennis team (15–7) traveled to Florida over spring break to compete in its final series of matches before Ivy League play begin this weekend. The 46th-ranked Tigers faced the 40th-ranked University of Central Florida (9–6), University of South Florida (11–7), and Florida Gulf Coast University (5–9).
While most Princeton students were enjoying the first weekend of spring break, sophomore Declan Farmer was up to something a bit more exciting — leading Team USA to a gold medal in sled hockey at the 2018 Winter Paralympics. Farmer was the star in the dramatic 2–1 U.S. victory in the gold medal game against Canada.
Men’s hockey concluded its improbable run to the ECAC championship with an overtime 2–1 victory over Clarkson on Saturday. Senior forward Max Becker scored the game-winning goal at the 2:37 mark in the overtime period, giving Princeton its first ECAC championship since 2008 and an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
The No. 12 seed Tigers are ready to battle the No. 5 seed Terrapins in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. Check out our in-depth preview for keys to the game and what to watch for.
“I think that this weekend was okay. We lost a really tough game that we could have won against the Hawks, but it’s still early in the season. We have a lot of tough games coming up in California that I’m looking forward to playing,” said senior center Chelsea Johnson.
The Tigers won by 29 points in the Ivy League Tournament Final, avenging last year's lost to Penn in the same game and punching their ticket to the 2018 NCAA Tournament.
Princeton has lit up Penn from beyond the arc, neutralizing the physical Quaker defense. With freshman Abby Meyers leading the way, the Tigers are hoping they can close out the game and earn a trip to the big dance.
The top seeded Tigers proved why they were regular season Ivy League champions by dismantling Yale in the tournament semifinal. Now, they await the winner of Harvard vs. Penn in the biggest game of the season.
Princeton has come out firing on all cylinders here in the Ivy League Tournament semifinal, and has given the strong contingent of Orange and Black much to cheer about in the opening half.
This weekend, women’s basketball will travel to Philadelphia to play in the second annual Ivy League Conference Tournament. With an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament on the line, the Tigers will begin the weekend at 6 p.m Saturday against Yale (15–12 overall, 8–6 Ivy) and will advance to the championship game 4 p.m. Sunday with a win.