CHRIS SAILER, head coach of women’s lacrosse, won her 400th game in Princeton’s season opener against Temple Feb. 16. Sailer, now in her 33rd season with the Tigers, is the second Division I women’s coach to win 400 and the first who has won all 400 at the same school. After the game, players and alumnae wore commemorative T-shirts as they congratulated Sailer on the field. “It was amazing,” she told The Trentonian, “and I feel a lot of love right now.”
ADAM KELLY ’19 won the weight throw for the second straight year, helping Princeton men’s track and field earn its fifth consecutive team title at the Ivy Heptagonal Championships Feb. 23–24. With a final throw of 22.12 meters, Kelly edged Brown’s Owen Russell, who threw a personal-best 21.93 meters in the final round.
RYAN SCHWIEGER ’21 scored a career-high 23 points in men’s basketball’s Feb. 22 win over Cornell and then led the Tigers again the following night, scoring 20 points and making all four of his 3-point attempts in a win against Columbia. Schwieger started both games in place of Devin Cannady ’19, the Tigers’ top scorer, who was attending to a personal matter, according to head coach Mitch Henderson ’98.