Abby Meyers ’22 has been the leading scorer — and the most consistent one — for the Ivy League-champion women’s basketball team, averaging 17.8 points and contributing at least 11 points in every game this season. Meyers was selected as one of 10 semifinalists for the Becky Hammon Mid-Major Player of the Year Award in late February. Princeton is 12-0 in Ivy play with two games remaining (home vs. Penn March 4 and at Harvard March 6) and has outscored league opponents by more than 27 points per game. The Tigers will be the top seed in the Ivy League Tournament in Cambridge, Massachusetts, March 11-12.
Andrei Iosivas ’22 won six of the seven heptathlon events and broke the meet record for points, helping the Princeton men’s track and field team to win its seventh consecutive title at the Ivy Heps Championships, held at the Armory in New York City Feb. 26-27. Other Tiger event winners included Sam Ellis ’22 (mile run and 800-meter run), Christian Brown ’22 (60-meter hurdles), Ibrahim Ayorinde ’23 (200-meter run), Michael Phillippy ’22 (400-meter run), Harrison Witt ’25 (1,000-meter run), C.J. Licata ’22 (shot put), Aviram Shwarzbard ’22 (long jump), and Sondre Guttormsen ’23 (pole valult).
Chloe Fox-Gitomer ’23 won top honors in the women’s saber with a 12-2 record in the Ivy League’s round-robin fencing championships Feb 12-13. Princeton won the team title, defeating all six of its Ivy rivals, and will head into the postseason with an undefeated dual-meet record. Two Princeton freshmen were the top Ivy competitors in their respective weapons: Maia Weintraub in foil and Jessica Lin ’25 in epee.