Beverly Schaefer

Center Zach Finley ’10, above, led MEN’S BASKETBALL with 13 points, but the Tigers fell to Penn, 60–47, in their season finale March 11. Princeton beat Columbia March 7 to snap a 9-game losing streak before losing its last two games to Ivy-champion Cornell and the rival Quakers.

Meagan Cowher ’08 scored 31 points in WOMEN’S BASKETBALL’s final game, an 85–78 loss at Penn March 11. Cowher’s career total of 1,671 points ranks second on Princeton’s all-time list.

WOMEN’S SWIMMING won its third consecutive Ivy League championship March 2. Brett Shiflett ’09 capped her Ivy career with wins in the 100- and 200-yard freestyle, and Alicia Aemisegger ’10 was named the meet’s Most Outstanding Swimmer after winning three individual events, including the 1,650-yard freestyle, in which she broke the Ivy record by more than 18 seconds. MEN’S SWIMMING finished second, behind host Harvard, at the Eastern Intercollegiate Swimming League championships March 6–8.

On March 2, WOMEN’S INDOOR TRACK captured its first Ivy League Indoor Heptagonals championship since 1998, edging Brown and Cornell after recording a key win in the 4-by-800-meter relay. MEN’S INDOOR TRACK finished second at the Heps meet, behind host Cornell.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY lost a best-of-three quarterfinal series to No. 9 Clarkson, two games to one, in the ECAC Hockey playoffs Feb. 29–March 2.

Katie Lewis-Lamonica ’08 scored seven of the WOMEN’S LACROSSE team’s 13 goals in a 13–8 victory over No. 3 Duke March 8. Princeton also beat Johns Hopkins, 7–5, in its season opener March 1 and topped Rutgers, 16–8, March 5.