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Senior Charlie Minns was named Career High Point Diver of the meet at the Ivy League Championships.

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Men’s swimming and diving finishes second at Ivy League Championships

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.

SPORTS | March 3

Men’s track & field team display their Ivy League Indoor Champions banner.
Photo courtesy of GoPrincetonTigers.com

Weekend Review: March 1, 2020

The Prince Sports Editors outline the Princeton Athletics events over the weekend. The men’s track and field team secured a team victory today at the Indoor Ivy League Championships with 173 points. Softball competed at the George Washington Tournament in Washington, D.C. The Tigers had to close wins against Georgetown University (7–6) and Towson University (4–3) on Friday, a 5-3 loss against Georgetown on Saturday, and a 7–5 loss against GW  and a 11–9 win over Morgan State on Sunday. Women’s basketball secure regular season Ivy League title after 81-39 win over Brown and 64-49 win over Yale. Baseball lost all four games against Penn State (18–1, 4–3, 13–1, 4–2).

SPORTS | March 1

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The women’s hockey team after their win against Yale on Senior Day.
Photo Credit: Owen Tedford / The Daily Princetonian

Women’s hockey begins ‘second season’ against Quinnipiac in ECAC Quarterfinals

The Bobcats left their mark in Princeton’s record books in 2017 when they defeated the Tigers 3–2 in triple OT of game one in the ECAC Quarterfinals, the longest game in Tiger history. Since then, however, Princeton has dominated them, snuffing that 2017 team by winning the next two in the series, and then winning five of the six meetings since.

SPORTS | February 27

Credit: Beverly Schaefer / goprincetontigers.com
Caption: Gracie Joyce follows through after shot during her doubles match at the Blue Gray Classic.

Weekend Review: Feb. 23, 2020

The Prince Sports Editors outline the Princeton Athletics events over the weekend. The weekend's highlights include: No. 5 women's tennis defeats Yale 4–1 at Blue Gray National Tennis Classic; No. 28 men’s tennis capped out their weekend at the Blue Gray National Tennis Classic in Alabama with a 4–0 win over No. 46 ranked University of Arizona; No. 9 Princeton women’s lacrosse was defeated by No. 8 Virginia on Saturday in the home opener for the Tigers; No. 4 men's squash loses to No. 2 Trinity to close out regular season competition; Women's squash loses 6–1 to no. 1 Harvard in squash national team finals. The article also features lacrosse's Chris Brown as the male athlete of the week, and swim and dive's Mimi Lin as female athlete of the week.

SPORTS | February 23

Credit: Beverly Schaefer / goprincetontigers.com
Caption: Bella Alarie prepared for play in Saturday's game against Dartmouth.

Women’s basketball remains undefeated in Ivy League after 87–55 victory over Dartmouth

The Princeton women's basketball remains undefeated in the Ivy League after an 87–55 win against Dartmouth. Princeton only had a two-point lead by the end of the first half, but secured a decisive victory throughout the second half thanks to the Tiger defense. Senior forward Bella Alarie hurt her knee in the beginning of the game, but came back strong for the rest of the game, scoring 28 points in 26 minutes of play.  Sophomore guard Grace Stone also received a career-high 16 points during the game. The Tigers will be facing their rival, Penn, on Tuesday night. 

SPORTS | February 23