Copyright Beverly Schaefer

Copyright Beverly Schaefer

Katherine Dineen ’09, above, scored three goals for WOMEN’S HOCKEY in a home game against Yale Jan. 11, but the Bulldogs surged ahead with two unanswered goals in the third period to beat Princeton, 5–3. The Tigers bounced back to shut out Brown, 2–0, the following night. Away from Baker Rink, Princeton’s Sasha Sherry ’11 helped the United States win gold at the Under-18 Women’s World Champ-ionships in Calgary Jan. 7–12. Sherry scored one goal and assisted on two others in the five-game tournament. 

With a 6–2 win at Brown Jan. 12, MEN’S HOCKEY improved to 5–0 in Ivy League games, taking a two-game lead over Cornell in the Ivy standings. The Tigers, who last earned a share of the league title in 1999, have not won the Ivy crown outright since 1953.

MEN’S BASKETBALL fell at Lehigh Jan. 6 and against Lafayette in overtime Jan. 9, extending its school-record losing streak to 12 games. WOMEN’S BASKETBALL opened Ivy play with a 69–57 win over Penn Jan. 12. Addie Micir ’11 led the Tigers with a career-high 22 points. 

Adam Hugh ’09, a star of Princeton’s TABLE TENNIS CLUB, placed eighth at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in Philadelphia Jan. 11–13. Hugh won three of his 11 round-robin matches against America’s top players.

In WOMEN’S SQUASH, Princeton’s Amanda Siebert ’10 defeated Trinity’s Tehani Guruge to win the Constable Invita-tional at Jadwin Gym Jan. 13. Casey Riley ’08 won the second flight, beating teammate Joanna Scoon ’09.