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Staff Picks: Women's Basketball at Cornell, Columbia

The women’s basketball team (14–5 overall, 5–2 Ivy League) has a big weekend coming up, with another chance to beat the Cornell Big Red (9–11, 2–5) on Friday, Feb. 3 and the opportunity for a rematch against the Columbia Lions (17–3, 6–1) on Saturday, Feb. 4. Senior sports writer Isabel Rodrigues ’23 and sports contributor Allison Ha ’25 offer their picks for this weekend’s contests.

The women’s basketball team (14–5 overall, 5–2 Ivy League) has a big weekend coming up, with another chance to beat the Cornell Big Red (9–11, 2–5) on Friday, Feb. 3 and the opportunity for a rematch against the Columbia Lions (17–3, 6–1) on Saturday, Feb. 4. Senior sports writer Isabel Rodrigues ’23 and sports contributor Allison Ha ’25 offer their picks for this weekend’s contests.


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Suffocating defense propels women’s basketball to massive win over Yale, 79–30

“The defensive piece was more like the Princeton defense that we’ve been working on,” head coach Carla Berube told The Daily Princetonian after the game. “We show it in practice every day, we work really hard at it. So it’s good to see it shown in the game today.”

“The defensive piece was more like the Princeton defense that we’ve been working on,” head coach Carla Berube told The Daily Princetonian after the game. “We show it in practice every day, we work really hard at it. So it’s good to see it shown in the game today.”


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Women’s basketball falls to Columbia in overtime, shuts down Cornell

A late comeback forced overtime against Columbia, but the Tigers ultimately suffered their first defeat to the Lions since 2008. The next day, they made quick work of Cornell to get their first win of the Ivy League season.

A late comeback forced overtime against Columbia, but the Tigers ultimately suffered their first defeat to the Lions since 2008. The next day, they made quick work of Cornell to get their first win of the Ivy League season.


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Women’s basketball snaps record 42-game Ivy win-streak with loss at Harvard

The Tigers trailed nearly the entire game in the loss, despite a number of runs that cut the Crimson lead late. It was the team’s first loss in the Ivy League since February 2019.

The Tigers trailed nearly the entire game in the loss, despite a number of runs that cut the Crimson lead late. It was the team’s first loss in the Ivy League since February 2019.


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STONE COLD: Women's basketball ekes out 56–54 victory over Rhode Island

A late charge drawn by first-year guard Madison St. Rose opened the door for Stone’s buzzer-beating layup, the first buzzer-beater for the Tigers in two decades.

A late charge drawn by first-year guard Madison St. Rose opened the door for Stone’s buzzer-beating layup, the first buzzer-beater for the Tigers in two decades.


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Women's basketball posts double-digit wins over Delaware and Rutgers as non-conference season winds down

"We've had games where we played a really great first half and then we've had games where we played a really great second half," senior guard Julia Cunningham said. "We're trying to kind of pull that all together where we're playing 40 minutes of our best basketball."

"We've had games where we played a really great first half and then we've had games where we played a really great second half," senior guard Julia Cunningham said. "We're trying to kind of pull that all together where we're playing 40 minutes of our best basketball."


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Women’s basketball drops a heartbreaker to No. 6 UConn

“Getting to play against really good players who know the game well, it was a test for us,” junior guard Kaitlyn Chen said. “I think it’s going to be really good for us moving forward.”

“Getting to play against really good players who know the game well, it was a test for us,” junior guard Kaitlyn Chen said. “I think it’s going to be really good for us moving forward.”


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