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Women's basketball knew that if they were going to have a shot at winning the regular season title, they would have to steal some wins on the road. This weekend proved that they had the talent and mindset to go into enemy territory and walk out with a win.
Continuing a late-season surge, the men’s hockey team defeated conference foes St. Lawrence and Clarkson this weekend. The first marks just the next Princeton victory over a ranked opponent, while the second featured an overtime dagger from freshman defender Derek Topatigh.
For the second year in succession, both the Princeton men and women’s fencing teams came home with the Ivy League Championship Title. This year’s Ivy League Round-Robins were hosted by the Penn Quakers at the Tse Ping-Cheng Cheung Ling Sports Center in Philadelphia.
The Princeton Women’s Water Polo team advanced its winning streak to 6-0 with victories over Claremont-Mudd-Scripps, St. Francis-Brooklyn, and George Washington University in the Bison Invitational this past weekend, Feb. 11 and 12, at the Kinney Natatorium.
The men’s volleyball team opened EIVA conference play with a pair of strong performances. On Feb. 10, the Tigers upset last year EIVA-finalist Saint Francis University in a thrilling five-set match. The team then returned to Dillon Gym the following day, and almost pulled off a even bigger stunner by forcing No. 14-ranked Penn State to five sets. While the Nittany Lions eventually rallied, the weekend showed that the Princeton squad would be a strong contender in the playoff race.
Coming off a monumental season last year, the Princeton wrestling team has high expectations for its performance this season. Bolstered by a strong corps of returning NCAA qualifiers, spearheaded by All-American Brett Harner, and featuring a tough freshman class led by standout wrestler Matthew Kolodzik, the Tigers have cracked into the top 25 numerous times and have been recognized as one of the nation’s most vibrant programs.
With two close wins last weekend against Dartmouth (4-15 overall, 1-5 Ivy) and Harvard (12-7, 4-2), as well as a mid-week win over Penn (7-12, 0-6), the men’s basketball team (13-6, 6-0) comes home leading the Ivy League; these wins extended Princeton’s win streak to nine games. Now, at 6-0, the Tigers remain one of only a small handful of undefeated teams in conference play in the country, no small feat on their part. The last time Princeton hit the 6-0 mark, the team won the Ancient Eight.
Both the Cornell (8-4 overall, 3-2 Ivy) and Princeton (9-2, 3-2) women’s squash teams are looking to set program records for wins in Ivy League play this weekend. The Tigers are set to travel to Ithaca this Friday to play against the Big Red, a game that will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Cornell's Belkin International Squash Courts.
The Princeton track and field teams were busy this Intersession competing at the Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet, Multi-Event Meet, and the Villanova Wildcat Invitational. The Tigers had several standout individual performances and impressive team efforts as end of season competition draws near.
The Princeton women’s tennis team started off strong in their match against Wake Forest (6-2, 0-0 in-conference) but failed to pull off a victory, falling 5-2 in a hard-fought match this past Sunday and losing their third straight game after a red-hot start to the year.
Last Saturday in their last regular-season meet of the season, the women’s swimming and diving team suffered big losses against both the Bulldogs and the Crimson.
What’s the exact opposite of the remarkable 5-0 start the Tigers are enjoying this season? And the opposite of an eight-game winning streak, with victories against the likes of Harvard, Dartmouth, Yale, and Brown? Well, if we are looking in the Ivy League, Penn comes about as close as it gets.
Dear Princetonian children, I hope this letter finds you well from the sacred and noble University of Pennsylvania. Our president, Ms. Amy Gutmann, left your school back in 2004 to pursue a career at what she decisively determined to be the nation's superior institution, so I hope you will forgive my condescending nature towards you folks — perfectly intelligent tenants of a top-50 university yourselves.
The Princeton men’s ice hockey team kept busy over intersession, traveling to Philadelphia for a non-conference matchup against Penn State, as well as continuing conference play with games against Yale and Brown. The team enjoyed a successful stretch, with an upset victory over No. 4 Penn State and a win and a tie against Yale and Brown, respectively.
Fresh off of finals week, the Princeton Tigers aced perhaps their biggest test of the season to date.