PATRICK BRUCKI ’21, wrestling in the 197-pound bout, defeated Lehigh’s Jake Jakobsen 7–4 to complete Princeton’s win over the eighth-ranked Mountain Hawks Nov. 30 — the Tigers’ first win over a top-10 team in more than three decades. Brucki, an NCAA Championships qualifier as a freshman last year, won individual bouts in each of Princeton’s first five dual meets, a challenging stretch in which the Tigers faced four of the country’s top 15 teams.
CARLY BULLOCK ’20 netted her team-leading 12th goal as women’s hockey shut out Union, 4–0, Dec. 8. With the win, Princeton extended its unbeaten streak to 12 games, matching a team record set in the 2015–16 season. The Tigers opened their schedule with a pair of losses at No. 2 Wisconsin but quickly rebounded and climbed to the top of the ECAC Hockey standings with an 8–0–2 conference record.
Men’s basketball’s DEVIN CANNADY ’19 scored 20 points or more in four of his first five games after returning from injury, including a 28-point performance in a win at Maine Nov. 28. Cannady ranks third on the program’s all-time list for 3-pointers made, behind Brian Earl ’99 and Douglas Davis ’12.