Harvard shut out MEN’S HOCKEY 3–0 at Baker Rink March 6, ending Princeton’s ECAC Hockey playoff bid in the quarterfinal round. WOMEN’S HOCKEY also finished its season against Harvard, losing on the road to the Crimson in the ECAC Hockey quarterfinals Feb. 27.

MEN’S SQUASH freshman Todd Harrity lost in straight sets to top-seeded Colin West of Harvard in the final of the national individual championships March 7. Harrity was the first freshman to reach the final since Yasser El-Halaby ’06 won the title in 2003. The Princeton men finished third at the College Squash Association team championships Feb. 19–21. WOMEN’S SQUASH placed fifth in the Howe Cup, the sport’s team championship, Feb. 28.

WOMEN’S TENNIS improved to 9–4 and climbed to No. 27 in the national rankings with consecutive wins over Minnesota, William & Mary, and Marshall.

Freshman Pat Schwagler’s 31 kills lifted MEN’S VOLLEYBALL to a 3–2 win over Springfield. The Tigers won seven of their first 12 matches.

WRESTLING standout Garrett Frey ’13 finished second in the 125-pound division at the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association meet March 7, earning a bid to the NCAA Championships. Princeton was 3–2 against Ivy teams, its first winning record in league competition since 1987.