With a weekend sweep at Columbia and Cornell Feb. 24–25, MEN’S BASKETBALL clinched at least a share of its first Ivy League championship since 2011. The Tigers were a perfect 12–0 in Ivy games heading into the final weekend of the regular season.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL won its eighth straight game Feb. 24 against Columbia, securing a bid to the Ivy’s four-team postseason tournament. Princeton lost to Cornell the following night and held an 8–3 league record with three games remaining.
Carrington Akosa ’18 and Charlie Volker ’19 finished first and second, respectively, in the 60-meter dash, helping MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD to the team title at the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships at the Armory in New York Feb. 25–26. WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD tied for fourth after leading the team standings after the first day of the meet.
Goalie Steph Neatby ’20 made 117 saves in three games for WOMEN’S HOCKEY — including 60 in a triple-overtime loss in game one — as the Tigers won two of three against Quinnipiac Feb. 24–26 and advanced to the ECAC semifinals.
MEN’S HOCKEY swept Brown and Yale Feb. 24–25 to finish the regular season 13–13–3, the Tigers’ best record since 2010–11.
Parker Dixon ’20 was named the national player of the week in MEN’S VOLLEYBALL after averaging 4.4 kills per game in Princeton’s wins over the New Jersey Institute of Technology and George Mason Feb. 14 and 18.