Eliza Stone ’13, a national champion in saber
Eliza Stone ’13, a national champion in saber
PHOTO: BEVERLY SCHAEFER

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S FENCING won its first combined national title in program history, beating 24 other teams at the NCAA Championships in San Antonio March 21–24. All six of Princeton’s competing women earned All-American honors, led by Eliza Stone ’13, who won the individual NCAA championship in saber. Jonathan Yergler ’13 and Susannah Scanlan ’14 also reached the individual finals in men’s and women’s epee, respectively.

Lisa Boyce ’14 finished 13th in the 100-yard freestyle at the WOMEN’S ­SWIMMING NCAA Championships March 23, setting an Ivy League record. MEN’S ­SWIMMING finished in the top 30 at the NCAAs in the 400-yard medley relay and the 400-yard freestyle relay March 28–30.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE finished March with victories over No. 12 Johns Hopkins and No. 11 Cornell. The Tigers were 3–0 in the Ivy League and tied for first with Penn and Dartmouth.

With a 3–0 victory over St. Francis March 28, MEN’S VOLLEYBALL clinched a spot in the four-team EIVA playoffs.