Cara Morey, who had been associate head coach of the women’s ice hockey team, has been promoted to head coach of the Tigers.
The women’s lacrosse team swept through Penn with a record-setting performance in the Ivy League Women’s Lacrosse Tournament.
Senior Alex Day and junior Luke Gamble earned an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament this past Wednesday.
This Thursday the tennis team held a fundraiser for junior Jacob Kaplan at the Lenz Tennis Center. Members of the community could play against varsity athletes in support of Kaplan’s fight against cancer. Participants were asked to donate $15 dollars towards Kaplan’s cause.
In what would be a thrilling afternoon, the men’s lacrosse team fell just short as Cornell edged out the Princeton squad 18-17, despite a strong Princeton push late in the game.
Two weekends ago, senior Alice Zheng, a member of Princeton’s Powerlifting Club, earned first place at the 2017 USAPL Collegiate Nationals. A veteran of the sport, Zheng took the top spot with an impressive performance, squatting 160 kg, benching 91 kg, and deadlifting 188 kg.
The men’s volleyball team entered the weekend with one main goal: secure a position in the EIVA playoffs.
The women’s golf team opened this week with a third-place finish at the Hoya Invitational.
The men’s volleyball team emerged from two devastating losses on Mar. 31 and Apr.1 with a renewed purpose as its postseason dreams were on the line this Saturday, Apr.8.
The men’s volleyball team split the weekend this Friday and Saturday. The Tigers (6-3 EIVA, 9-8 overall) lost a hard-fought match against conference rivals NJIT (4-3, 9-7) on Friday, but quickly responded the following day to sweep Coker college, 3-0. The EIVA conference loss to NJIT proved to be a major setback for the Princeton team.