After qualifying for the NCAA Championships for the first time in program history, WOMEN’S WATER POLO finished in sixth place at the San Diego tournament and concluded its season with a 29–6 record.
WOMEN’S LACROSSE ended its season with a thrilling overtime win at eighth-ranked Penn State April 28. Despite three victories over teams ranked in the top 10 nationally, Princeton finished fifth in the Ivy League and 8–7 overall, failing to qualify for the conference tournament for the first time in three years.
MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD won the outdoor Heptagonal Championships at Penn May 5–6, completing the Ivy League triple crown — cross country, indoor track, and outdoor track titles — for a second straight season.
WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD placed second at Heps the same weekend, led by an outstanding performance by Eileen Moran ’12, who won the 100-meter and 200-meter races.
At the inaugural Ivy League Sprints May 13, WOMEN’S OPEN CREW won the team points title, but Harvard upset Princeton to win the first varsity race and the official Ivy League championship.
WOMEN’S TENNIS head coach Megan Bradley-Rose announced her resignation April 30. In three seasons, she led Princeton to a 44–25 record, including an Ivy League title in 2010.
SOFTBALL head coach Trina Salcido resigned May 1 after five seasons in charge of the team and three years as an assistant coach. Salcido led the Tigers to an Ivy League title and an NCAA tournament appearance in 2008 and finished with a career record of 81–136.