Courtesy Dattner Architects

The LENZ TENNIS CENTER, home of the men’s and women’s tennis teams, is undergoing a major reconstruction project to upgrade locker rooms, offices, meeting space, and viewing areas. Dattner Architects of New York City designed the new facility, shown in the rendering above. Work will not affect the playing courts and should be completed by the end of the academic year, according to Princeton’s Office of Design and Construction.  

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL rallied from a two-set deficit to beat defending Ivy League champion Penn 3–2 at the Palestra Oct. 1. The Tigers also topped Brown and Yale Oct. 8 and 9 to open the Ivy season 3–0.  

MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY standout Donn Cabral ’12 won the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational Oct. 2. Princeton placed third in the team standings, outrunning a trio of top-20 programs.

Goalkeeper Kristin Watson ’13 posted her third shutout of the year and Kalie Bartholomew ’12 headed in the winning goal as WOMEN’S SOCCER beat Brown Oct. 9. With a 3–0 Ivy record, the Tigers stood alone at the top of the league standings.

Lester Nare ’13 scored two goals and MEN’S SOCCER upset Brown 3–0 Oct. 9 at Roberts Stadium. Through 10 games, Princeton was 6–3–1 and 2–0 in Ivy play.

SPRINT FOOTBALL dropped its first four games, including a 10–6 loss to Mansfield Oct. 1, the Tigers’ best defensive game since 2005.

WOMEN’S GOLF freshman Kelly Shon shot an even-par 216 to finish sixth at the 54-hole Johnie Imes Invitational in Columbia, Mo., Oct. 4–5.