Nicole Venema ’23, Carly Bullock ’20, Sam Ellis ’21

Photo: Beverly Schaefer


NICOLE VENEMA ’23 of the women’s swimming team won titles in the 50-yard, 100-yard, and 200-yard freestyle events as Princeton surged past Harvard to win the Ivy League championship meet for the first time since 2015. Venema tied for High Point Swimmer of the Meet honors with teammate Ellie Marquardt ’23 (another three-event winner) and Harvard freshman Felicia Pasadyn. The Tigers also had a 7–0 dual-meet record against Ivy opponents. 

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CARLY BULLOCK ’20 scored a hat trick against Brown and added two more goals against Yale as Princeton women’s hockey dominated both opponents in its final regular-season weekend Feb. 21–22. Bullock, who led Princeton with 26 goals this season, became the ninth Tiger to total 150 points in her career (goals and assists). The team set a program record with 22 wins in the regular season.

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SAM ELLIS ’21 of the men’s track and field team ran the indoor mile in 3:57.66 at Boston University’s Valentine Invitational Feb. 15, breaking Bill Burke ’91’s school record of 3:58.7, set at the 1991 Millrose Games. Ellis is the fifth Princetonian to run the mile in under four minutes as an undergraduate, joining Burke, Joe Stilin ’12, Peter Callahan ’13, and Michael Williams ’14.