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Beth Garcia


No. 1 Maryland stops No. 8 Princeton short of 2nd-straight NCAA title

The No. 8 field hockey team staged an impressive comeback against No. 9 Penn State in the first round of the NCAA tournament Saturday but fell to top-ranked Maryland in the quarterfinals the next day, failing to defend its 2012 national title. Princeton (14-5 overall, 7-0 Ivy League) received an automatic bid to the tournament after sweeping the Ivy League but drew Penn State(13-6, 5-1 Big Ten), which had handed the Tigers a 4-3 loss earlier in the season, and Maryland (22-1, 6-0 ACC), the host and favorite to win the tournament. "We got put in a really tough bracket, and we gave it our all," senior back Amanda Bird said.

Tigers go for 18th straight Ivy win

Capping off a run of five straight away games, the field hockey team will hit the road for its third consecutive weekend to take on Harvard and Albany.

Tigers look to rebound

On Saturday evening, the women’s soccer team will travel to Hanover, N.H. to compete against Ancient Eight rival Dartmouth.

No. 1 UConn poses major challenge for Princeton

This weekend, the No. 12 field hockey team will take the field in two important games. Princeton (4-2 overall, 1-0 Ivy League) will host Ivy League rival Yale (2-4, 0-1) on Friday evening at 7 p.m.