The Tigers are back in action this Saturday when they will welcome Columbia to Bedford Field.
Princeton field hockey responded to a three-game losing streak with consecutive wins against Dartmouth and Delaware.
In the final week of non-conference play, field hockey dropped three games to ranked opponents. The Tigers fell to in state rival Rutgers, Connecticut, and Maryland each by one goal, and enter Ivy play with a 3–4 record.
This week, Princeton field hockey sits at sixth in the Penn Monto/NFHCA National Coaches Poll. The ranking comes as the Tigers prepare for the final games of their non-conference schedule.
Men’s lightweight crew claimed its first home Harvard-Yale-Princeton title since 1998. “Anybody in the race or watching will be taking about this one for the next 100 years," said head coach Marty Crotty.
Mid-April means it’s mid-season for all four Princeton rowing teams.
Three of Princeton’s four crews opened their season at home last Saturday, and the Lightweight Men came away with the biggest win of the day, defeating No. 1 Columbia.
The Princeton women’s lacrosse team has already experienced a season’s worth of highs and lows, experiencing a tough loss against Virginia and exciting defeats of Temple and Penn State. Head coach Chris Sailer became the first Division I head coach to record 400 wins at one school.
No. 2 women’s squash finished out their regular season matches last weekend where they defeated No. 11 Cornell. As they prepare for post-season and a run at a National Championship, the Tigers are reflecting on their season thus far.
Men’s ice hockey (6–13–2, 4–9–1 ECAC) capped off Intersession with a road trip through New York, playing at St. Lawrence University (4–21–1) and No. 9 Clarkson University (18–8).