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Apr. 6, 2011

Vol. 111, No. 10


Sports shorts

MEN’S LACROSSE faced top-10 opponents in each of its first three games and emerged with a 1–2 record. Princeton lost 11–9 at Hofstra Feb. 26, beat Johns Hopkins 8–3 March 5, and fell 9–5 to North Carolina March 11.   WOMEN’S LACROSSE opened Ivy League play...Read more
 Todd Harrity ’13

Harrity ’13 wins national title

In late November, men’s squash standout Todd Harrity ’13 dropped a pair of games but won both of his matches in the opening weekend of Princeton’s season. Over the next four months, he would not drop another game, defeating a steady procession of the best...Read more

Princeton’s winter champs

In addition to the men’s and women’s basketball teams, five Tiger squads won Ivy League titles this winter. Princeton has won or shared 11 championships — a league-best — in the 2010–11 academic year. WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING   Megan Waters ’11, left...Read more
Addie Micir ’11

History repeats as women’s ­basketball falls in NCAA opener

On March 20, 2010, the women’s basketball team — coming off a stellar regular season in which it outscored its Ivy League competition by 21.6 points per game — allowed 65 points to a Big East foe in a disappointing NCAA Tournament loss. On March 20, 2011,...Read more
 Douglas Davis ’12 hit the game-winning shot against Harvard and scored 13 points against Kentucky.

Men’s basketball drops a heartbreaker to Kentucky

When the Princeton men’s basketball season ended, one basket shy of all the Tigers had worked for, Sydney Johnson ’97 — who profoundly despised losing as both a player and a coach — did something unexpected: He allowed his team to say goodbye. Before...Read more
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