Pete Souza, official White House photo

The 2013 national champion FENCING team enjoyed a demonstration by President Obama as 2012–13 NCAA champions — including the Princeton FIELD HOCKEY team — were honored at the White House March 10. Twelve members of the men’s and women’s fencing teams qualified for the 2014 NCAA Championships March 20–23 in Columbus, Ohio.

MEN’S BASKETBALL won six of its last seven games to tie for third place in the Ivy League, five games behind champion Harvard. Guard T.J. Bray ’14 scored 18 points in the Tigers’ 70–65 win over Penn in the final regular-season game March 11. Princeton won 20 games for the fourth time in the last five seasons.

WRESTLING placed 12th overall at the EIWA championships in Philadelphia March 9, sending five wrestlers to the medal podium. Abram Ayala ’16 finished fifth to earn a spot in the NCAA championships March 20–22.

After Ashleigh Johnson ’16 and Diana Murphy ’16 earned Collegiate Water Polo Association/ Southern Division weekly honors, the No. 8-ranked WOMEN’S WATER POLO team extended its winning streak to 14, sweeping the Harvard Invitational March 9.