For the third time in four years, MEN’S SWIMMING captured the Ivy League title. The Tigers won the final four events of the championship meet, held March 5–7 at DeNunzio Pool, to extend their lead over second-place Harvard. Doug Lennox ’09 scored wins in the 100-yard and 200-yard butterfly events, shattering his own meet records in both.

In WOMEN’S SWIMMING, Princeton athletes won five individual titles and three relays at the Ivy League Championships Feb. 26–28 in East Meadow, N.Y., but the Tigers placed second in the team standings behind Harvard. Alicia Aemisegger ’10, the Swimmer of the Meet for the third consecutive year, has won nine Ivy individual titles in nine tries.  

MEN’S and WOMEN’S TRACK each finished second to Cornell at the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships Feb. 28-March 1. Duane Hynes ’09, the heptathlon champion, and David Slovenski ’12, who won the pole vault by clearing a meet-record 17 feet, 3.5 inches, shared the Most Outstanding Performer award in the men’s meet. For the women, Sarah Cummings ’11 and Jessica Kloss ’09 won top honors in the 5,000-meter run and pole vault, respectively.  

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL won its final five games, including a 72–55 rout of Penn March 10, to finish the year 14–14 and 9–5 in Ivy play.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE suffered its first loss of the season March 7 when host Duke scored the decisive goal in the final minute of a 13–12 game. Prince-ton had won its previous two games against Johns Hopkins (13–9, Feb. 28) and Rutgers (9–8, March 4).

MEN’S LACROSSE won its first four games, including victories against two top-10 teams, Johns Hopkins (14–8, Feb. 28) and the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (6–5, March 6). On April 4, the Tigers will take part in the Inside Lacrosse Big City Classic, a six-team showcase at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Princeton plays Syracuse at 2:30 p.m. in the second game of the tripleheader.