Travis Stefanik ’22, Richmond Aririguzoh ’20, Brianna Shvets ’22

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


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. 

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


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. 

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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.