WOMEN’S BASKETBALL forward Niveen Rasheed ’13 led Princeton in scoring and rebounding as the Tigers opened the season 7–2, their best start since 1995–96. Princeton averaged 72 points per game in its first nine contests.

With consecutive wins against Lafayette and UNC Greensboro, MEN’S BASKETBALL evened its season record at 4–4. Through Dec. 15, Douglas Davis ’12 led the Tigers in scoring with 12.5 points per game.  

Goalie Zane Kalemba ’10 made a career-high 45 saves as MEN’S HOCKEY topped the University of Massachusetts, Lowell, 3–2 Dec. 12. The win ended Princeton’s six-game losing streak.  

WOMEN’S HOCKEY lost two games at Syracuse Dec. 11–12 and dropped to 7–8–1 for the season.

Princeton WRESTLING opened the season 3-3, notching dual-meet wins against Franklin & Marshall, the Virginia Military Institute, and the Merchant Marine Academy.