Having secured 18 wins in a row, a Top 25 National ranking, and its ticket to the Ivy League Tournament, the No. 21 Princeton women’s basketball team is showing nothing less of the desire to win this season.
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.
Princeton became the first Ivy League to win 500 Ivy League Championships.
John Lovett ’19, the first ever Princeton football player to win the Bushnell Cup twice, won the Ivy League championship in 2018. After signing with the Kansas City Chiefs last year as an undrafted free agent, he is now a Super Bowl champion.
The Daily Princetonian spoke with members of 10 varsity athletic teams about their music selection during games, warmups, practices, and in the locker room. Whether for a sport played on a field, on a court, on the ice, or in the water, each team follows its own unique traditions and must-play songs.
Princeton women’s volleyball’s season came to an end Friday night after a three-set loss to Penn State in the NCAA tournament.
Junior Clare Lenihan put the icing on top of an incredible season with the game-winning kill for the women’s volleyball team — one that punched its ticket to the NCAA tournament.
After losing to Yale in the final game of the season, Princeton women’s volleyball will face the Bulldogs again in the Ivy Playoff game with an NCAA tournament bid on the line.
Princeton women’s volleyball (13–6 overall, 9–1 Ivy) went 2–0 this weekend, beating Cornell 3–2 and Columbia 3–1.