Princeton’s Senior Bella Alarie was selected by the Dallas Wings on Friday night with the fifth pick in the 2020 WNBA Draft. Alarie, a three-time Ivy League Player of the Year, is the second Princeton player ever selected in the WNBA Draft.
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.
Princeton men’s hockey faced a tough match against No. 1 Cornell this weekend, suffering from a 5–3 defeat. The Big Red placed pressure on the Tigers offensively, outshooting them 36–15.
A career-best 27 points from Ryan Schwieger helped Princeton men’s basketball take down Penn in the Ivy League opener.
Princeton outshot Colorado College 42–22 and killed seven penalties, but they still lost the game 7–2 at Baker Rink Friday night.
After a last-second Arizona State three left Princeton men’s basketball on a five-game losing streak to start the season, the Tigers found a win against Bucknell.
On Saturday, Princeton lost for the first time in nearly two years, falling 27–10 to Dartmouth at Yankee Stadium.
Three interceptions and 20 second-half points helped Princeton defeat Harvard on homecoming weekend.
In an old school style win, Princeton football (4-0, 1-0 Ivy) bested non-conference foe Lafayette (0-6) with a combination of suffocating defense and bruising running in a 28-3 win Friday night.
Princeton’s defense held Columbia to ten points and 232 total yards, and the Tigers bounced back from a halftime deficit to win their Ivy opener.