It will be Princeton’s second trip to the Final Four in three years.
On Saturday, No. 5 Princeton field hockey (13–4, 6–1 Ivy) finished up its regular season schedule with a 3–2 comeback win over the Penn Quakers. It was also Senior Day for the Class of 2019.
The fight for the Ivy League title continues Saturday afternoon, as football faces Cornell in a crucial home game.
The No. 3 field hockey team proved why they are the third best in the nation on Alumni Weekend, handling Brown with an eight-goal shutout win. With Brown behind them, the Tigers now face their biggest regular-season test against rival Harvard.
On Friday night, the Tigers (10–3 overall, 3–0 Ivy) traveled to New York City to take on Columbia (6–4 overall, 2–1 Ivy) under the lights.
The Tigers have climbed to No. 5 in the nation based on the latest NCAA poll. They proved why they deserve to remain among the nation's best after dominating Dartmouth to open Ivy League play with a win. While the Big Green continue to search for answers against the Orange and Black, the Tigers set their sights on Yale.
The women’s field hockey team, currently 5–3 for the fall season, hopes to clinch the Ivy League Championship title and advance deep into the NCAA tournament.
The tenth-ranked Princeton open women’s rowing team returned to campus Saturday evening after a wild 36 hours that featured the Tigers’ only away race of the season. Princeton traveled to race No. 9 Virginia on Lake Monticello in Palmyra, Va. They came out of the weekend with an impressive win in the First Varsity Eight, who moved to 10–1 on the season.
In one of the busiest days in its history, 31 rowing races came down the Lake Carnegie course last Saturday as all four Princeton rowing squads — the Heavyweight Men, Lightweight Men, Openweight Women, and Lightweight Women — hosted Ivy League competitors.
It will be a busy morning on Lake Carnegie this Saturday as all four Princeton rowing squads host Ivy League competitors. The open women’s crew will be last to take to the water as they host the first-ever Ivy League Invitational. This regatta will feature all the Ivy League teams except Brown, who will travel next weekend to California to face West Coast crews at the Lake Natoma Invite.