Running back Chuck Dibilio ’15 was named Ivy League Rookie of the Year, the first Princeton FOOTBALL player to win the honor since 1983. He rushed for 1,068 yards this season, but the Tigers finished the year 1–9 for the second straight season — and 1–6 in the Ivy League — with a 24–17 loss at Dartmouth Nov. 19.
Senior Donn Cabral earned All-America honors for the second consecutive year and MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY finished 19th in the team standings at the NCAA Championships in Terre Haute, Ind., Nov. 21. All-American Alex Banfich ’12 finished fifth individually for WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL was 7–3 through Dec. 13 after starting the season with six consecutive wins, beating Marist (68–51) Nov. 21 and Villanova (56–41) Nov. 19. Standout forward Niveen Rasheed ’13 led the team in scoring, averaging 16.8 points and eight rebounds per game.
A 64–60 loss to Drexel University Dec. 10 snapped a three-game winning streak for MEN’S BASKETBALL, which defeated Rutgers (59–57), Lafayette (69–54), and West Alabama (66–42). The team was 5–6 after beating Rider Dec. 14.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY took back-to-back victories on the road against Yale (5–1) and Brown (3–0) Dec. 2 and 3, ending a six-game winless streak, but fell 3–0 to Quinnipiac Dec. 10.