The Princeton field hockey team had a successful weekend on the road on Sept. 23 and 24, winning their first Ivy League opening game against Dartmouth and beating Boston University the day after.
The Tigers faced no. 4 Duke last weekend, flying down to North Carolina on Saturday. This was the start of a busy schedule for the Princeton field hockey team as they embark on a period of six games in two weeks.
The Princeton women’s soccer team is currently 6-0, having conceded only one goal, and has been ranked 20th nationally in the United Soccer Coaches Poll, the best record Princeton has held since 2004.
Last weekend saw the women’s lacrosse team beat Columbia 18-11 to take home part of the Ivy League title.
Princeton women’s lacrosse was in Ivy League action against Yale last weekend, beating the Bulldogs 17-9. The Tigers remain unbeaten in Ivy League play and have only lost two games so far this season, currently holding a 10-2 record overall.
This weekend, the men’s volleyball team will play home games against Harvard and Sacred Heart, on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
Last weekend, the woman’s waterpolo team played three games, winning two and losing one.
The women’s lacrosse team will be heading into this weekend’s game against Delaware off of a big win against Syracuse on Wednesday evening.
The Princeton women’s ice hockey team suffered a 4-0 defeat in the ECAC semifinals last weekend when they faced Clarkson.
After falling in the first game in a three-test series against Quinnipiac, the women’s ice hockey team came back to win the next two games of the weekend. They are now heading to the ECAC semi-finals next weekend.