Bob Callahan ’77
Bob Callahan ’77
PHOTO: BEVERLY SCHAEFER

Bob Callahan ’77 announced his retirement April 12 after 32 years as the MEN’S SQUASH head coach. Callahan, who underwent surgery to remove a brain tumor in March 2012, led the Tigers to 11 league championships and three national titles. He was inducted into the U.S. Squash Hall of Fame last October.

With a 14–6 rout of Harvard in its home final April 19, MEN’S LACROSSE clinched a berth in the four-team Ivy League Tournament. The victory improved Princeton’s record to 8–4 (and 3–2 in the Ivy League), with all four losses coming by one goal.

WOMEN’S WATER POLO won its second straight Southern Championship April 13–14, defeating Brown 12–4 in the final. Ashleigh Johnson ’16 made 44 saves while allowing only 10 goals in the three-game tournament.

Julia ­Ratcliffe ’16
Julia ­Ratcliffe ’16
PHOTO: BEVERLY SCHAEFER

WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD’s Julia ­Ratcliffe ’16 broke her own Ivy League record in the hammer throw at the Larry Ellis Invitational April 19. Her throw of 225 feet, 9 inches was the nation’s second-best as of April 22.

Despite a home loss to George Mason April 20, MEN’S VOLLEYBALL entered the EIVA playoffs with a 13–9 overall record.