Women’s hockey split this weekend with a win against Union and a loss against RPI in their last home games in the 2018–2019 regular season.
The Princeton’s women’s hockey team clinched their eighth Ivy League title this past weekend with a win over Brown. After their first championship since the 2015-2015 season, they are hoping to continue winning and gain a ECAC championship, where they are currently leading by three points.
Women’s hockey split its games this weekend, winning Friday night over St. Lawrence but losing Saturday against Clarkson to snap a 20-game unbeaten streak.
This week, the No. 4 ranked women’s hockey team will look to extend its eighteen-game unbeaten streak, the longest in program history and longest in the nation this season, at home against Penn State, St. Lawrence, and No. 5 Clarkson.
After a successful winter break, women’s hockey enters this weekend’s road tests against No. 4 Cornell and No. 9 Colgate with a 16-game unbeaten streak.
Women’s hockey matched a program record by extending its unbeaten streak to 12 games with commanding road wins over Rennselaer and Union.
The Tigers pushed their unbeaten streak to 10 games with a 3–2 win on Friday and a 4–1 win on Saturday.
On Friday, the No. 10-ranked Tigers will host the Bobcats at 6 p.m. and then the teams will travel to Quinnipiac in Hamden, Conn., to play on Saturday at 3 p.m. At stake for Princeton is its eight-game unbeaten streak and its position atop the ECAC hockey standings.
In a pair of weekend home games, women’s ice hockey extended is undefeated streak to eight games with a win against Colgate and a draw against Cornell.
Women’s hockey remained atop the ECAC this weekend after going 1–0–1 against Syracuse over the weekend. The Tigers received contributions from a number of players as their versatility continues to shine in the early season. Now, they head home to face a tough test of ECAC foes.