Despite putting up an impressive performance early on in the Collegiate Water Polo Association title gameon Sunday, the No.
For the last two years, Princeton has been used to being No. 1 in Collegiate Water Polo Association Southern Division play.
The women’s water polo team pulled off a three-peat today in Cambridge, Massachusettson Sunday.
It has been almost a month since the Tigers have played in their home water in DeNunzio Pool, but Princeton, which has not lost a league match in two years, has taken its winning ways on the road.
No. 19 Princeton and No. 14 Georgetown have always had a contentious history between their women’s lacrosse programs.
Since the beginning of the NCAA women’s water polo championship 13 years ago, one team is crowned as the best in the nation every May.
After two months away from the courts, the No. 4 women’s squash (7-3) returned to Jadwin Gymnasiumon Saturdayto kick off an action-packed weekend. On SaturdayPrinceton faced off against 10th-ranked Brown, the first of the trio of top-10 teams they played over the two days.
It was a busy weekend on the road for the squash teams, as the Tigers opened Ivy League play with mixed results. On Saturday, the Tigers traveled to Boston, where the No.
Sophomore Isabella Bersani has a win under her belt already this season as she and the women’s squash team have jumped out to a perfect start.
The women’s squash team extended its win streak this weekend, dropping George Washington in the nation’s capital on Saturday.