Photos: Beverly Schaefer

In addition to the men’s and women’s basketball teams, five Tiger squads won Ivy League titles this winter. Princeton has won or shared 11 championships — a league-best — in the 2010–11 academic year.

WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING   Megan Waters ’11, left in top photo, made her mark on the record book at the Ivy Championships Feb. 24–26, setting meet records in the 50- and 100-yard freestyle. Freshmen Andrea Kropp and Lisa Boyce won individual races, and Rachel Zambrowicz ’14, at right above, and Carolyn Littlefield ’11 won the 1-meter and 3-meter diving events, respectively.

MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING   With more than 7,800 points up for grabs at the Ivy Champ­ionships March 3–5, Princeton’s 5.5-point win over Harvard was the equivalent of a split-second finish at the wall. Colin Hanna ’11, at right above, was one of four Tiger swimmers to earn individual All-Ivy honors. Three-meter diving champion Stephen Vines ’13 was named Diver of the Meet.

WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD   Alexis Mikaelian ’13 won the mile and anchored the winning 4x800-meter relay team as Princeton repeated as champion at the Ivy Indoor Heptagonals Feb. 26–27. Other top performers included Tory Worthen ’13 (pole vault) and Ashley Higginson ’11 (3,000- and 5,000-meter runs). Higginson placed fifth in the 3,000 at the NCAA Championships March 12.

MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD   ­Princeton’s dominant performance at the Ivy Indoor Heptagonals included victories in seven of the nine individual track events, two of the three relays, and four of the six field events. The champion Tigers had a handful of silver medalists as well. In the mile, Mark Amirault ’11, pictured, and Kyle Soloff ’11 placed first and second, respectively.

WOMEN’S ­FENCING   In the round-robin Ivy­ fencing tournament at Jadwin Gym Feb. 12–13, saberist Eliza Stone ’13 posted a 16–2 record, helping her team to a perfect 6–0 mark and its second consecutive league title. Stone and epeeist Phoebe Caldwell ’13 were undefeated in Princeton’s 15–12 victory over second-place Columbia, the Tigers’ tightest contest of the weekend.