Princeton University will not allow student-athletes who withdraw this spring to preserve an extra year of eligibility, Athletic Director Mollie Marcoux announced in an email on Thursday to spring sport athletes.
The Ivy League Presidents announced on March 11 that all Ivy League athletic events through the remainder of the academic year will be cancelled due to further developments in the outbreak of COVID-19.
The Ivy League Presidents made the decision to cancel the men’s and women’s basketball tournament.
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 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.
Men's Volleyball will face Penn State on Friday and Saint Francis on Saturday. Princeton beat the Nittany Lions in the finals of the EIVA Championships last April — the Tigers defeated St. Francis in the semifinals of that same tournament.