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Men’s basketball leads the Ivy League after 73–54 win against Brown

Princeton's men's basketball team faced a tough loss to Yale on Friday night, but came back powerfully in their 73–54 win against Brown on Saturday. Sophomore Ethan Wright had an especially strong performance, finishing the game with 21 points. The Tigers now take back the top spot in the Ivy League. 

Men's basketball to continue Ivy play against Columbia, Cornell

Although Princeton’s two opponents are in the back half of the Ivy League standings, their strong home records suggest that this weekend will be no cakewalk. However, the Tigers, currently on a six-game win streak, have beaten tougher opponents this season.

Women's tennis drubs Yale, Brown, clinches Ivy League title

As a general rule, Princeton women’s tennis doesn’t lose. A dominant weekend saw the Tigers lose only two sets en route to trouncing both Brown and Yale 4–0 in matches. The weekend was a fitting end to a fantastic season. The team finished 18–4 overall and 7–0 in the Ivy League and snagged the League title for the second consecutive year.

Men’s tennis walks away from Columbia-Cornell weekend winless

Entering the weekend with a 2–1 Ivy League record and in contention for the Ivy League title, Princeton men’s tennis (18–9 overall, 2–3 Ivy League) faced the 16th-ranked Columbia Lions (14–3, 4–0) at home on Friday and then traveled to Ithaca to take on Cornell (13–8, 4–0) on Sunday.