Defending champion FENCING finished second to Penn State in the NCAA Championships March 20–23 in Columbus, Ohio. Three Tigers shared third place in their respective events: Jack Hudson ’16 in men’s epee, Gracie Stone ’16 in women’s saber, and Susannah Scanlan ’14 in women’s epee.
In the season-opener for ROWING on Lake Carnegie, the men’s heavyweight team beat Syracuse and Georgetown, and the third-ranked men’s lightweight squad took first ahead of the Hoyas. The women’s open team took second, three seconds behind Brown.
Both TRACK & FIELD teams won their outdoor-season debuts at the Walt Disney World Track & Field Open March 21–22, the women claiming 13 events and the men claiming nine. Julia Ratcliffe ’16 won the hammer with a throw of 66.31 meters at the Monmouth Invitational the next weekend, placing her at the top of the NCAA standings.
Erin McMunn ’15 scored four goals as WOMEN’S LACROSSE (6–3, 2–1 in Ivy play) topped Cornell 10-7 in overtime en route to the program’s 400th victory at Class of 1952 Stadium March 29.