Richmond Aririguzoh ’20, Maggie Connors ’22, Grace Doyle ’21

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


RICHMOND ARIRIGUZOH ’20 totaled 37 points and 16 rebounds in two games against Penn as men’s basketball opened its Ivy League season with a pair of wins over the defending-champion Quakers. Aririguzoh, in his first season as the starting center, also made two key free throws in the final minute when the Tigers upset then-No. 17 Arizona State on the road Dec. 29. Through Jan. 13, he led all Ivy players in field-goal percentage, converting 66.3 percent of his shots.

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MAGGIE CONNORS ’22 scored two goals and assisted on two others as women’s hockey, ranked No. 5 in the nation, shut out No. 4 Cornell, 5–0, in Ithaca Jan. 11. Connors added two more goals the following night in a 4–4 tie at Colgate, which extended Princeton’s program-best unbeaten streak to 18 games.

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


GRACE DOYLE ’21 dropped the first two games of her Jan. 13 match against Yale’s Aishwarya Bhattacharya, but she came back to sweep the final three and spark the women’s squash team’s 5–4 victory over the Bulldogs. Princeton was a perfect 9–0 in its first nine matches, including another 5–4 victory against Trinity Jan. 10. Freshman Andrea Toth rallied to score the clinching win in that match.