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Beth Yeager in a game against UConn.
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Weekend recap: Women’s volleyball wins 10th straight, field hockey shuts out Dartmouth

Staff writers Julia Ngyuen and Nolan Musslewhite and Head Sports Editor Tom Salotti recap the Tigers wins and losses from the weekend.

Staff writers Julia Ngyuen and Nolan Musslewhite and Head Sports Editor Tom Salotti recap the Tigers wins and losses from the weekend. 


Juniors Yurian Quinones (left) and Keller Maloney (right) scored in Saturday's home game against Harvard.
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Men’s water polo goes 2-1 in conference openers against Harvard, Brown, MIT

Men’s water polo ended their eight-game winning streak with a disappointing 10–8 loss to No. 15 Harvard Crimson on Saturday, but bounced back with a 12–8 win against Brown that evening and a 15–5 victory over MIT on Sunday.

Men’s water polo ended their eight-game winning streak with a disappointing 10–8 loss to No. 15 Harvard Crimson on Saturday, but bounced back with a 12–8 win against Brown that evening and a 15–5 victory over MIT on Sunday.


The women's soccer team meets in a quick circle before starting the second half of their game against Yale Saturday night. The score was still 0–0 at this point.
Natalia Maidique / The Daily Princetonian

Football crushes Stetson, Women’s soccer shuts out Yale: The Weekend Recap

Staff writers Nolan Musselewhite and Julia Nguyen, as well as Head Editor Tom Salotti, recap the Tigers’ wins and losses this weekend.

Staff writers Nolan Musselewhite and Julia Nguyen, as well as Head Editor Tom Salotti, recap the Tigers’ wins and losses this weekend. 


Anna Durak (left) and teammate Macey Mannion (right) on the beach in Virginia. 
Photo courtesy of Anna Durak

‘Creating our competitive identity’: Women’s swimming and diving sets eyes on the fall

Coming off a dominant win at the Ivy League championships in 2020, the Princeton women’s swim and dive team was looking forward to defending their title in 2021. Instead, COVID-19 forced the cancellation of the entire season. Now back on track, the team looks forward to next season to try and remain on top. 

Coming off a dominant win at the Ivy League championships in 2020, the Princeton women’s swim and dive team was looking forward to defending their title in 2021. Instead, COVID-19 forced the cancellation of the entire season. Now back on track, the team looks forward to next season to try and remain on top. 


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