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BELLA ALARIE ’20 scored 25 points and grabbed 11 rebounds in women’s basketball’s 75–55 win over Penn at the Palestra Jan. 11, the Ivy League opener for both teams. It was Alarie’s 38th game with double-digit scoring and rebounding. Entering the two-week break for exams, Princeton had a 13-1 record and a pair of top-25 rankings — No. 23 in the USA Today Coaches’ Poll and No. 25 in the Associated Press Poll. The Tigers have outscored their opponents by an average of 21 points per game. 


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Wrestling’s PATRICK GLORY ’22 defeated Northwestern’s Michael DeAugustino 4–0 in the 125-pound final at the Midlands Championships Dec. 30, becoming Princeton’s third individual champion at the tournament in the last two seasons. The Tigers finished fifth in the team standings, earning points for third-place finishes by Quincy Monday ’22 (157 pounds) and Patrick Brucki ’21 (197 pounds).


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Swimmer ELLIE MARQUARDT ’23 won the 500-yard freestyle at Princeton’s Big Al Invitational Dec. 8 with a time of 4:40.56 — second-best in school history, behind All-American Alicia Aemisegger ’10. Marquardt also won the 400-yard individual medley and 1,650-yard freestyle and led off two winning relay teams for the Tigers.