With a sweep of Yale and Brown March 8 and 9, WOMEN’S BASKETBALL won its fourth consecutive Ivy League title and became the first team in league history to earn four straight bids to the NCAA tournament. Princeton finished the regular season at 22–6 overall and 13–1 in the conference, giving the seniors a four-year record of 54–2 in Ivy play.

MEN’S BASKETBALL’s Ian Hummer ’13 moved into second place on Princeton’s all-time scoring list, behind Bill Bradley ’65, with 23 points in a critical home victory over Harvard March 1. But defeats at Yale and Brown March 8 and 9 eliminated the Tigers from Ivy League title contention. They finished second in the conference at 10–4 (17–11 overall).

WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING won its 11th conference title in 14 years, finishing first at the Ivy League Championships at DeNunzio Pool Feb. 28–March 2. MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING claimed its fifth straight Ivy League championship March 7–9, avenging a regular-season defeat by edging Harvard for first place.

Todd Harrity ’13, the 2011 MEN’S SQUASH national champion, returned to the national tournament’s individual final March 2 before losing in three games.