Natalie Grossi of women’s soccer broke the Ivy League record for career shutouts earlier this season and extended it to 31 in the team’s final game against Penn this year.
After a disappointing end to last season, Princeton men’s basketball is looking for a return to glory.
Women’s soccer drew Columbia 1-1 on Saturday, diminishing the team’s hopes for a repeat Ivy League title.
Men’s soccer (5–2, 0–0 Ivy League) defeated Saint Joseph’s University (4–6) on Tuesday 6–3, their last game before the Ivy League season starts.
The Tigers were defeated by Yale University this weekend in their first Ivy League game of the season. Another loss this season most likely means the team will be out of championship contention.
Women’s soccer defeated William and Mary 1—0 on Sunday. Goalie Natalie Grossi tied the Ivy League record for all-time shutouts.
Princeton women’s soccer struggled on the road against Maryland, ultimately falling by three goals
Men’s lacrosse was defeated by Cornell 14–13 on Saturday. While the loss marked the end of the road for the Tigers this season, individual players posted impressive numbers.
Men’s lacrosse defeated Harvard University 19—15 on Saturday, an essential win for their playoff dreams. Junior attacker and captain Michael Sowers had 10 points, bringing his career total to 247 and tying the program’s all-time record.
Three teams won conference championships and NCAA berths this weekend. Check out the recap to see who!