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Apr. 7, 2010

Vol. 110, No. 11

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Sports Shorts

After starting the season 4–0, MEN’S LACROSSE dropped a 12–11 game to ­second-ranked North Carolina in Chapel Hill March 16. The Tarheels led 10­–5 late in the third quarter before Jack McBride ’11, above, scored two goals to spark Princeton’s comeback bid....Read more

Princeton’s winter champions

Seven winter teams clinched Ivy League titles between Feb. 27 and March 6. In addition to women’s basketball (p. 15), the Tiger men and women dominated in fencing, swimming and diving, and indoor track and field.Read more
Dan Mavraides '11 scored 11 points against Penn.

Men’s basketball tops Penn for 20th win

The second half of the men’s basketball season finale against Penn March 9 was not Princeton’s finest hour. After going on a 23­–0 first-half run and leading by as many as 28, the Tigers’ advantage dwindled to seven points with just over two minutes left. But...Read more
Addie Micir ’11 in   action vs. St. John’s.

Princeton falls to St. John's

Put the ball in the basket. That’s what the game is all about. There are lots of other skills involved in basketball — rebounding, passing, ball-handling — and the Princeton women matched sixth-seeded St. John’s in all of those aspects March 20 in the...Read more

Sprinting into history

One by one, players and coaches from the Ivy League-champion women’s basketball team climbed a ladder at Jadwin Gym, clipping sections of the net and posing for photos. It was a well-deserved ritual for the Tigers, who had just beaten Penn to finish a perfect...Read more
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