MEN’S LIGHTWEIGHT CREW added to Princeton’s history of success at the Henley Royal Regatta, edging the Brown freshman heavyweights to win the Temple Challenge Cup July 5. It was the first Princeton lightweight boat to win at Henley since 1973. Nine Princeton boats have won Henley titles, beginning in 1948 when the Princeton lightweight eight won the Thames Cup.
WOMEN’S OPEN CREW coxswain Ariel Frost ’10 led the U.S. women’s eight to a silver medal at the Under-23 World Championships July 26. Incoming freshman Molly Hamrick won gold with the U.S. women’s eight at the World Junior Championships Aug. 8.
MEN’S LACROSSE alumnus Josh Sims ’00, a midfielder for the Denver Outlaws, scored six goals in the Major League Lacrosse championship game Aug. 23. The Outlaws lost 10–9 to the Toronto Nationals.
Scott Greenman ’06, an assistant coach of MEN’S BASKETBALL, made his head-coaching debut at the Maccabiah Games in Israel in July. Greenman’s U.S. boys earned a silver medal in the 17- and 18-year-old division, losing to Israel by two points in the tournament final.
Princeton FIELD HOCKEY was ranked No. 7 in the Kookaburra/NFHCA Division I preseason poll. The Tigers, who reached the NCAA quarterfinals and finished with a 17–3 record in 2008, are scheduled to face seven other top-20 teams this season.