WOMEN’S BASKETBALL extended its conference winning streak to 27 games with routs of Cornell and Columbia Feb. 1–2. As the Ivy’s only unbeaten team at 3–0, Princeton was in good shape for its fourth straight league title.

No. 1-ranked WOMEN’S SQUASH swept No. 4 Penn Jan. 30 and eked past No. 3 Yale on the road Feb. 2 to improve its overall record to 9–0, including 5–0 in league play.

MEN’S SQUASH also maintained its No. 1 ranking, winning at No. 4 Yale Feb. 2 and beating Brown the following day to move closer to a repeat Ivy championship.

WOMEN’S SOCCER star forward Jen Hoy ’13 was drafted by the Chicago Red Stars of the new National Women’s Soccer League Jan. 18. MEN’S SOCCER defender Mark ­Linnville ’13 was picked in the MLS Supplemental Draft Jan. 22 by the Philadelphia Union, which employs Antoine Hoppenot ’12.