GEORGE HUHMANN ’20, the first Princeton men’s volleyball player to win the EIVA Player of the Year award, made 25 kills in the league championship match against Penn State April 20, including the final point in the Tigers’ five-set victory. Princeton won the EIVA title for the first time since 1998 and was slated to face Barton College in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament April 25.
BRIANNA SHVETS ’22, playing in the No. 2 singles position, won a pair of matches in straight sets to help Princeton women’s tennis defeat Brown and Yale in the final weekend of Ivy League play April 20 and 21. The Tigers captured the league title with a perfect 7–0 record for the second straight year and earned the Ivy’s bid to the NCAA Tournament.
EVAN QUINN ’20 shot a one-over-par 72 in the final round of the Ivy Men’s Golf Championships in Egg Harbor, N.J., April 21, earning second place in the individual standings and helping Princeton edge Columbia, 875–876, for the team title. It was the second time in five years that the championship came down to a single stroke. In 2015, Penn narrowly defeated the Tigers, 885–886. In women’s golf, Maya Walton ’20 tied for fifth place at the Ivy Championships, and Princeton placed fourth.