After a third-place finish at the EIWA championships, including individual wins for Patrick Brucki and Patrick Glory, Princeton wrestling will send six wrestlers to Pittsburgh for the NCAA championships next week
An inside look at Princeton wrestlers’ “weight management” techniques.
Women’s basketball defeated Dartmouth 64–47 and Harvard 61–58 this weekend, earning the top seed in the Ivy League tournament.
No. 3 Matthew Kolodzik lost in an upset to unranked Parker Kropman, but Princeton wrestling earned a convincing win over Drexel in its last match before its conference tournament.
To its players’ minds, the men’s ice hockey (8–16–3 overall, 6–12–2 ECAC) season so far has been a disappointing one. Second to last in the ECAC standings, the team had suffered a series of humiliating losses — not least of all its Feb. 1, 2–3 loss to last-place St. Lawrence (4–26–2, 2–16–2).
Women’s basketball was outscored 25–10 in the fourth quarter, but a last-second bucket from Bella Alarie secured the team a 68–64 win over Cornell
In Philadelphia on Saturday, Princeton wrestling (8–6 overall, 4–1 Ivy) claimed the title of Ivy League runners-up and clinched its first four-match win streak over the University of Pennsylvania (5–8, 2–3) since 1988.
Princeton wrestling traveled to Ithaca, New York, last weekend with one goal in mind: to put an end to No. 10 Cornell’s (10–2 overall, 5–0 Ivy) 16-year reign over the Ivy League.
Bella Alarie recorded her 1,000th career point and fourth consecutive double-double, but women’s basketball saw its comeback attempt come up short in an overtime loss to Yale.
After a two-week break from competition, wrestling (6–5, 2–0 Ivy) began its busy weekend with dominating victories against Harvard University (1–7, 1–5 EIWA) and Brown University (4–6, 2–5 EIWA). But in a battle for the unofficial New Jersey state wrestling title, the team fared worse, falling to Rutgers University (9–5, 2–3 Big 10) by just one point.