Beverly Schaefer

WOMEN’S SOCCER coach Julie Shackford announced that the 2014 season will be her last at Princeton. Shackford has led the Tigers to six Ivy League championships and eight appearances in the NCAA College Cup, including in 2004, when her team reached the national semifinals. The 2014 Tigers improved to 1–1–2 with a 2–1 victory over Villanova Sept. 14.

Julian Griggs ’15 scored with 0:28 remaining to lead MEN’S SOCCER to a 5–4 win at Seton Hall Sept. 14. The Tigers were 1-1-1 in their first three games.

MEN’S WATER POLO won its first six contests, including a three-game sweep at the Princeton Invitational Sept. 6–7 and a 14–12 overtime victory over the University of California-Irvine Sept. 14.

MEN’S and WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY revived the traditional H-Y-P meet — an event that dates back to 1922 — in New Haven Sept. 12, and both Princeton squads finished first in the team standings. The Tiger women placed five runners in the top seven; Sam Pons ’15 led the way for the men, winning the individual title. It was the first men’s H-Y-P meet since 1997.