Bella Alarie ’20, Myles Stephens ’19, Ryan Kuffner ’19

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BELLA ALARIE ’20 set Ivy League single-game records with 45 points and 20 field goals in women’s basketball’s 79–64 win at Columbia Feb. 1. She also blocked four shots, upping her career total to 160 and passing Princeton record-holder Ellen DeVoe ’86, who was on hand to congratulate Alarie. The following day at Cornell, Alarie scored 21 points in another Princeton win. Alarie broke her arm in preseason practice and missed nine games as the Tigers stumbled to a 2–7 start. After her return, the team won eight of its next nine games.

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MYLES STEPHENS ’19 scored 17 points and grabbed 13 rebounds in men’s basketball’s 55–43 win over Columbia Feb. 1. Stephens added 15 points the following night, including four in overtime, as the Tigers beat Cornell and improved to 4–0 in Ivy play.

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RYAN KUFFNER ’19 scored his 68th career goal, a new Princeton record, in the first period of men’s hockey’s 3–1 loss at Clarkson Feb. 2. John Cook ’63 had held the top spot on the program’s goal-scoring list for 56 years. In his junior year, Kuffner set Princeton’s single-season record for goals with 29. Kuffner and teammate Max Véronneau ’19 have each climbed to the program’s top five for career points.