Beverly Schaefer

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL continued its Ivy League dominance in road games at Harvard and Dartmouth Jan. 30 and 31, winning by 50 and 18 points, respectively. Alex Wheatley ’16 made 13 of 19 field-goal attempts in the two games, scoring a total of 32 points.

MEN’S BASKETBALL split its first weekend set of Ivy games, falling by three points to Harvard Jan. 30 before beating Dartmouth, 64–53, Jan. 31.

Goalie Kimberly Newell ’16 stopped 32 shots as WOMEN’S HOCKEY upset No. 4 Harvard, 1–0, Jan. 31. Molly Contini ’17 scored the game’s lone goal.

WOMEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING won the final relay event to tie Harvard, 150–150, and beat Yale in the annual H-Y-P meet Jan. 30–31. MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING placed second, losing to Harvard but defeating Yale.

WOMEN’S SQUASH topped Yale, 5–4, Feb. 1, its first victory over a top-4 team since 2013.

Beverly Schaefer

BOB CALLAHAN ’77, the longtime men’s squash coach who led Princeton to three national championships and 11 Ivy titles, died Jan. 27 at age 59. Callahan was diagnosed with a brain tumor in 2012, weeks after his team’s come-from-behind win in the national title match that ended Trinity College’s 13-year championship reign. Callahan coached for 32 seasons, mentoring hundreds of Princeton players, including all five of his sons and the sport’s only four-time collegiate champion, Yasser El Halaby ’06.