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No. 1 Trinity downs men's squash

Marcus Cowie was tired. Trinity had already claimed the regular-season national squash championship earlier in the afternoon, streaking to a 7-1 lead entering the final match Saturday at Jadwin Gym.Princeton (9-1) had lost, but there was a new battle now transpiring on court No.

SPORTS | 02/21/2000

Retooled defense keys w. hoops' sweep through Empire State

Much like a person rummaging through a lost-and-found bin, the women's basketball team has finally felt the euphoria of locating a long-lost item.This weekend, the team rediscovered its defense en route to its first Ivy League weekend sweep of the season.Friday night in New York City, Princeton (6-17 overall, 3-6 Ivy League) knocked off Columbia (4-16, 3-5) in a 62-44 slugfest.

SPORTS | 02/20/2000

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Q&A: Julia Beaver

Julia Beaver is the junior No. 1 for the women's squash team. She recently sat down with staff writer Sara Conrath.'Prince': How has it felt the past two years winning the national championship?

SPORTS | 02/17/2000

W. water polo tops Villanova

After losing a 3-1 halftime lead last night and facing a suddenly hot Villanova team, the freshman-laden women's water polo team could have folded.Princeton (1-0 overall, 0-0 Collegiate Water Polo Association) responded like veterans, however, and came back to score eight of the last nine goals to take a 12-5 victory at DeNunzio Pool.The Tigers came back from a 4-4 tie and dominated the second half, pulling away with a surge over a Wildcat team that looked lethargic in the latter stages of the game."It's good to have the first game out of the way," head coach Luis Nicolao said.

SPORTS | 02/16/2000