Both Princeton women’s rowing teams were in action this weekend, as the lightweight team participated in the Eastern Sprints, the first of two series of championship races, while the openweight team wrapped up its regular season against Duke.Coming off a dominant win over Georgetown their last time out, the lightweight team headed to Lake Quinsigamond, Massachusetts, to race in the EAWRC Championships, more broadly known as the Eastern Sprints.
The Princeton men’s heavyweight and lightweight rowing teams each competed in their second-to-last dual meet of the year this weekend as the regular season winds down and the championships approach.
With one and two dual meets respectively remaining for Princeton women’s lightweight and open crew rowing teams before the end-of-season championship races, these last weeks play a crucial role in establishing momentum and confidence just before the most important races of the year.
All four Princeton crew teams had successful outings this weekend, with both men’s squads and women’s openweight scoring dual meet victories while women’s lightweight competed at the Knecht Cup Regatta in a series of over four races.
The Princeton men’s and women’s crew teams were all in action this weekend as they approach the heart of their dual meet season.
After months of buildup, Princeton’s men's and women's crew teams finally had a chance to test their mettle on the water this weekend at the opening of the dual meet season.
After strong performances in the fall races and months of preparation, Princeton men’s and women’s rowing both open their seasons this weekend.
After a hugely successful visit to Harvard last week, the Princeton women’s water polo team (9-1 overall, 0-0 Ivy League) heads to the San Diego Invitational this weekend to face San Diego State, the University of California at San Diego and Chapman University.This past weekend, the Tigers convincingly swept Iona College, Marist College and rivals Harvard in Cambridge despite dealing with injuries to several key contributors.
This weekend, Princeton women’s water polo will travel to Cambridge to play its first Ivy League opponent, Harvard, as well as Marist College and Iona College.
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.