TRAVIS STEFANIK ’22 won the 184-pound match against Cornell to clinch Princeton wrestling’s first team win over the Big Red since 1986. The Tigers’ Feb. 9 victory also secured at least a share of the Ivy League championship, the program’s first title in 34 years and the 500th Ivy title for Princeton in all sports.
RICHMOND ARIRIGUZOH ’20 converted two free throws with 3.9 seconds on the clock to push men’s basketball ahead for a 70–69 win over Harvard Feb. 1. The Tigers opened the Ivy season with four straight wins before Cornell ended that streak with a 73-62 win in Ithaca Feb. 8. Princeton bounced back to win Feb. 9 at Columbia, where Aririguzoh scored 16 points, making eight of his nine field-goal attempts.
BRIANNA SHVETS ’22 upset the nation’s top-ranked singles player, Ashley Lahey of Pepperdine, to lead the women’s tennis team to its third win over a ranked opponent this season. Shvets and partner Nathalie Rodilosso ’21 also won their doubles match against Pepperdine, which was No. 6 in the team rankings.The Tigers, who opened the spring with wins over No. 17 Washington and No. 11 Southern California, climbed to No. 9 in the Feb. 13 ITA national poll.