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No. 15 Women’s hockey (3–3–0 overall, 1–3–0 ECAC) picked up two wins over the weekend, topping Syracuse (15–11–6, 11–4–1 CHA) 4–2 on Friday night before shutting them out 1–0 on Saturday. Junior forward Sarah Fillier led the Tigers with four points (one goal, three assists) across the two games, while first-year goalie Taylor Hyland and sophomore goalie Jennifer Olnowich each got a win in net.
First-year forward Emerson O’Leary scored twice and junior forward Sarah Fillier tacked on another as No. 19 women’s hockey (1–3–0 overall, 1–3–0 Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference) picked up their first win of the year 3–2 at No. 21 Brown (3–2–1, 2–2–0 ECAC) on Nov. 4. The Tigers came close to making it two in a row against No. 1 Yale (4–0–0, 4–0–0) on Nov. 5, as first year goalie Taylor Hyland made 41 saves in a tight 2–0 loss in New Haven.
Princeton women’s hockey (0–2–0 overall, 0–2–0 Eastern Collegiate Athletic) opened their season on a tough note, losing to No. 4 Colgate (10–1–0, 1–1–0 ECAC) 5–1 on Friday night, then falling just short against Cornell (3–1–0, 1–1–0) 3–1 on Saturday night. The Tigers scored just two goals in the two games, despite outshooting their opponents in both. Sophomore goalkeeper Jennifer Olnowich started both games, stopping 44 out of the 51 shots she faced.
The No. 9 Princeton Tigers beat the University of Montreal Carabins 1–0 Sunday afternoon in a preseason tune up. Sophomore forward Mia Coene scored the lone goal for the Tigers, while sophomore goalie Jennifer Olnowich (9 saves) and first-year goalie Taylor Hyland (13 saves, win) combined for a shutout in goal. The game also marked the return of junior forward Sarah Fillier, who missed all of last season training with the Canadian Olympic team.
Women’s soccer (4–0–2 overall, 0–0–0 Ivy) dropped a tough match 2–0 to visiting Louisiana State (5–1–2 overall, 0–0–0 Southeastern) on Thursday night. Forward Angelina Thoreson and midfielder Wasila Diwura-Soale each scored for LSU, who were undefeated on the season before a loss Sunday against Rutgers (8—0—0).
On Wednesday, April 20, junior attack Kate Mulham scored five goals as No. 12 women’s lacrosse (9–3, 4–0 Ivy League) pulled out a back-and-forth 15–13 win over Penn (4–9, 1–4). Midfielder Maria Themelis led the Quakers with four goals.
Max Véronneau ’19 signed a one-year deal with the San Jose Sharks of the National Hockey League on April 14.
The Tigers are continuing to slide.
Men’s and Women’s at Fencing NCAA Championships
Senior attacker Chris Brown played the hero for No. 3 Princeton men’s lacrosse (5–1, 1–0 Ivy League) as they won 21–20 in overtime at home against No. 6 Penn (3–2, 0–1). Brown scored with 2:15 to go in the sudden-death extra period for his sixth goal of the game, and it was the winning point for the Tigers.
Another Princetonian is bringing home a gold medal.
Corey Andonovski, a senior forward for the men’s hockey team, has signed an entry-level contract (ELC) with the Pittsburgh Penguins from the National Hockey League (NHL). While the exact terms of the deal have not been released at the time of publication, the contract will kick in for the 2022–2023 season.
Just one day after the women’s hockey team (13–15–5, 9–10–3 Eastern College Athletic Conference) was knocked out of the playoffs, the men’s team (8–21–2, 7–14–1 ECAC) also dropped out of the postseason.
The clock struck midnight for women’s hockey on Friday as Yale ended the Tigers’ Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) playoff run with a 3–1 loss in New Haven.
Men’s hockey (8–19–2, 7–14–1 ECAC) suffered its second straight shutout on Sunday, Feb. 27 as they finished the regular season with a 3–0 loss to Harvard (17–9–3, 14–6–2). The Tigers will now turn their focus to Union, who will host them for a best-of-three playoff series this coming weekend.
The Tigers have shocked the collegiate hockey world.
Things are trending in the wrong direction for the Tigers heading into the ice hockey postseason.
After nearly two years off, the Tigers are back.
Things are not headed in the right direction for the Tigers as they approach the postseason.
Men’s ice hockey (8–14–2 overall, 7–9–1 ECAC) suffered a tough 7–3 loss at home to rival Dartmouth (5–17–3, 4–12–2) on Monday evening. This marks Princeton’s first loss to an Ivy League opponent this season, as they were previously undefeated in the league. This game is also the third in the past five in which the Tigers have given up seven goals.