WOMEN’S OPEN ROWING won its second consecutive Ivy League championship, outpacing Brown and Yale in the varsity eight final May 14 on the Cooper River. The Tigers’ top boat was undefeated heading into the NCAA Championships May 26–28 at Mercer Lake in nearby West Windsor. 

MEN’S HEAVYWEIGHT ROWING finished third, behind Yale and Harvard, at the Eastern Sprints in Worcester, Mass., May 14. WOMEN’S LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING also won bronze at the Eastern Sprints, and MEN’S LIGHTWEIGHT ROWING placed fifth.

At the Ivy Outdoor Heptagonal Championships in New Haven, Conn., May 6–7, MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD edged Cornell by seven points, 156–149. The contest came down to the final event, the decathlon, in which a pair of Princeton freshmen — Harry Lord and Justice Dixon — placed third and fifth, respectively, pushing the Tigers ahead. WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD placed third in the team standings, and Julia Ratcliffe ’17 won her fourth Ivy Heps hammer-throw championship, becoming the first athlete to win the event four times.

Maya Walton ’20 of the WOMEN’S GOLF TEAM birdied the final three holes of the NCAA Regional at the University of Georgia May 8–10, climbing the leaderboard to tie for fifth place and earn an individual bid to the NCAA Championships. Princeton placed 11th among 18 teams competing in the regional tournament.