Men’s volleyball won their first EIVA championship since 1998, securing a bid to the NCAA tournament.
Men’s volleyball defeated St. Francis 3—1 and Penn State 3—0 this weekend, securing the conference title and earning themselves home court advantage in the EIVA playoffs for the first time in the program’s history.
Check out a recap of this weekend’s games!
Women’s basketball senior forward Sydney Jordan is excelling on and off of the court. She is the first women’s basketball player to be a recipient of the Pyne Honor Prize, she participates in many extracurriculars outside of basketball, and she has been a participant of the national social movement of athletes kneeling during the national anthem.
After a win against Penn (18–5 overall, 8–2 Ivy) that tied it for first, Princeton women’s basketball (16–9, 8–2) head coach Courtney Banghart decided to treat her team. The Tigers defeated Penn 68–53 in a rare Tuesday Ivy League game at the Palestra.
After only allowing one basket in the fourth quarter, the women’s basketball team defeated Penn 68-53 on Tuesday. The Tigers are now tied for first place in the Ivy League.
Women’s basketball returns home this weekend to play Cornell and Columbia for the second time this season.
This weekend, women’s basketball (11–9 overall, 3–2 Ivy) will face Harvard (11–8, 4–2) on Friday, Feb. 15 and Dartmouth (10–9, 3–3) on Saturday, Feb. 16.
Princeton’s women’s basketball will be facing Yale and Brown in Jadwin Gym during its alumnae weekend Friday, February 8 and Saturday, February 9
Bella Alarie and Carlie Littlefield both scored 16 points, and women’s basketball pulled away in the second half to beat Quinnipiac at home.