Princeton men’s swimming and diving took home second place at the four-day-long Ivy League Championships in Providence, Rhode Island. Multiple strong performances, across both individual and relay events, allowed the Tigers to accumulate a total of 1231 points. Raunak Kholsa was honored as High Point Swimmer of the meet and Charlie Minns was named Career High Point Diver.
Women's hockey advanced to the ECAC Semifinals after a double overtime win against Quinnipiac. The win for Princeton means that they are much more likely to make an NCAA appearance this year, but they will be facing Clarkson in the Semifinals this weekend.
Twenty-five games in, the team has remained true to its word. The Tigers (24–1, 12–0 Ivy) used dominant defensive performances to beat Brown and Yale this weekend and secure the regular season Ivy League title.
This past weekend, the No. 6 women’s hockey team played its last weekend of the regular season hosting to Ivy League foes, Brown and Yale. Princeton ended the regular season with a sweep before the ECAC Tournament begins.
The opening day of the Houston tournament in Houston, Texas saw the softball team split a pair of games — winning against Syracuse 6–4 and losing to Houston 11–1. Louisiana Tech defeated the Tigers 6–3 on the second day of the tournament.
Princeton women’s swimming and diving dominated the Ivy League meet to win their 23rd Ivy League Championship, a league-best record. Princeton finished with 1,569 points, as the competition saw multiple Tigers break school, league, and pool records across the four-day event.
Sohie Cantine is now the only woman in Princeton’s program history to rank top 10 all-time in the mile, 1K, and 3K. Sam Ellis finished at the Boston University Valentine Invitational with a mile time of 3:57:66, a new school record.
Women's basketball isn’t done dominating just yet. With their No. 1 scoring defense paving the way, they haven’t lost during the first half of Ivy League play. With a 15-game winning streak and 7–0 conference record, the Tigers dominated Yale and Brown this weekend.
Wrestling walked away from a Saturday, Dillon Gymnasium doubleheader against Penn and Drexel — Pennsylvania’s top two Division I programs — with back-to-back victories. The 33–6 and 22–16 wins cemented Princeton as the sole Ivy League champion and earned the team its first undefeated Ivy League season since 1986.