WOMEN’S LACROSSE (12–7) topped Penn State 16–13 in the first round of the NCAA tournament before losing to Virginia 13–11 in the second round.

WOMEN’S TENNIS scored its first NCAA tournament victory, a 4–3 win over Arizona State. In the second round, the Tigers (19–6) gave No. 2 Alabama a run for its money before bowing to the Crimson Tide, 4–2.

Damon McLean ’14 won the outdoor Heptagonals triple jump for the third year in a row as MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD was edged out by Cornell, 149–142.33, for the Heps title. WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD placed fifth at the Heps, and Julia Ratcliffe ’16 was named Most Outstanding Field Performer after winning the hammer throw.

Two-time first-team All-America defensive lineman Caraun Reid ’14 became the highest-drafted Princeton FOOTBALL player in nearly five decades May 10 when the Detroit Lions selected him in the fifth round.

MEN’S HOCKEY head coach Bob Prier resigned May 12. In three seasons at Princeton, Prier’s teams had a combined record of 25–58–12.