Olivia Hompe ’17
Beverly Schaefer

WOMEN’S LACROSSE won its final two Ivy League games at Columbia and Brown April 23 and 30 to share the league championship with Penn. Attacker Olivia Hompe ’17, goalie Ellie DeGarmo ’17, and defender Liz Bannantine ’16 were named to the All-Ivy team. The Tigers received an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships and were slated to face Massachusetts in the opening round May 13. 

For the third straight year, WOMEN’S TENNIS captured the Ivy championship. Led by senior Amanda Muliawan, who was 5–2 against Ivy opponents in the top singles spot, the Tigers clinched the title with a 5–2 win at Cornell April 17. 

MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD standout Adam Bragg ’16 set an Ivy record in the pole vault, clearing 18 feet, 1¾ inches to win the league title at the Ivy Heptagonal Championships May 7. Princeton finished second in the meet, 54 points behind Cornell.

BASEBALL won the Ivy’s Gehrig Division with a 13–7 regular-season record, earning home-field advantage for the best-of-three Ivy Championship Series against Yale May 14–15.