TATUM GEE ’22 scored twice in a two-minute span late in the second half — once on a pass from Heather MacNab ’25 and later on a breakaway run from midfield — to lead women’s soccer to a 3-1 comeback win at George Mason Sept. 2. The Tigers started the season 5-0-1, including a tie at No. 8 Georgetown and a win at No. 9 Rutgers — their first victory against a top-10 team since 2017.
ANTONIO KNEZ ’23 saved 22 shots in the men’s water polo team’s 12-5 win over George Washington Sept. 4, tying the Princeton record for saves in a game set by Ryan Melosini ’19 in 2017. Knez, a native of Dubrovnik, Croatia, earned second-team All-Northeast Water Polo Conference honors as a freshman in 2019.
SARAH FILLIER ’24 scored three goals and assisted on three others to help Canada to a perfect 4-0 record and the gold medal in the IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship, held in Calgary Aug. 20–31. Claire Thompson ’20 also played for the Canadian team, which defeated the United States 3-2 in the gold-medal game. Fillier and Thompson are Princeton’s first women’s hockey world champions since goalie Megan Van Beusekom ’04 won gold with the U.S. in 2009.