Amber Wang ’19 scored under par in two of three rounds en route to winning the individual title at the Ivy League WOMEN’S GOLF Championships in Orlando, Fla., April 21–23. Princeton dominated the team competition, combining for a 27-over-par 891, 31 strokes better than second-place Harvard. Alison Chang ’20 placed second, three strokes behind Wang, and Hana Ku ’17 tied for third, five strokes behind Wang.
MEN’S GOLF placed third at the Ivy Championships in Greenwich, Conn., April 21–23, led by Alex Dombrowski ’17, who carded four birdies and an eagle in a final-round 67 to place second in the individual standings.
Bret Lundgaard, an assistant coach at the University of Tennessee, was named the new head coach of WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING April 19. Lundgaard is also a coach for the USA Swimming National Team, where he has guided the training of Olympic breaststroker Molly Hannis, a Tennessee alumna.
SOFTBALL won three of four games against Columbia April 21 and 22 to improve to 13–3 in Ivy play and clinch its second-straight Ivy South Division title.
WOMEN’S OPEN ROWING edged Yale by 1.2 seconds April 15 in a matchup of the top two crews in the Northeast.
Colby Chanenchuk ’18 scored in double-overtime to lead WOMEN’S LACROSSE to a 12–11 win over Cornell April 22. The Tigers were in a three-way tie for first place in the Ivy League heading into the final weekend of league play.
MEN’S LACROSSE standout Michael Sowers ’20 scored two goals and assisted on three others in a 12–9 win over Harvard April 22. Sowers increased his season point total to 70, breaking the record for an Ivy freshman.