PHOTO: BEVERLY SCHAEFER

MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING won a fourth-straight Ivy League championship (above, the team celebrates with a dip in DeNunzio Pool) at home March 1–3. Jon Christensen ’12 won all three individual events in which he competed, setting an Ivy League record in the 100-yard breaststroke. Stevie Vines ’13 was named the meet’s top diver.

MEN’S BASKETBALL won its last four games of the regular season, including a 62–52 victory over Penn March 6 that denied the Quakers a share of the Ivy League title. The Tigers finished 10–4 in conference play and defeated Evansville 95–86 in the College Basketball ­Invitational before losing 82–61 to Pittsburgh in the quarterfinals March 13.

Jaci Gassaway ’13 scored 15 goals in her first four games for WOMEN’S LACROSSE, which started the season  with two blowout wins and two tight losses. MEN’S LACROSSE also split its first four games, with close defeats to ­second-ranked Johns Hopkins March 2 and eighth-ranked North Carolina March 10.

To cap a strong indoor season for MEN’S TRACK & FIELD, Peter Callahan ’13 and Donn Cabral ’12 earned All-America honors at the NCAA Championships March 9-10. Cabral finished eighth against tough competition in the 5,000-meter race, while Callahan came in sixth in the mile.

For the first time in 25 years, WRESTLING hosted the regional EIWA Championships at Jadwin Gym. Garrett Frey ’13 reached the 125-pound championship and finished second at the March 3–4 event, qualifying for the NCAAs for a third straight year. Teammates Daniel Kolodzik ’12 and Adam Krop ’14 also earned bids to the nationals.