Jack Hudson ’16
Jack Hudson ’16
Beverly Schaefer

MEN’S AND WOMEN’S FENCING finished fourth in the NCAA Championships March 19–22 — the program’s fifth consecutive top-four finish. Ten Tigers earned All-America honors: Anna Van Brummen ’16 and Isabel Ford ’16 (women’s épée); Ashley Tsue ’17 (women’s foil); Allison Lee ’18 and Gracie Stone ’16 (women’s saber); Jack Hudson ’16, above, and Alex House ’17 (men’s épée); Thomas Dudey ’18 (men’s foil); and Edward Chin ’18 and Peter Pak ’17 (men’s saber).

Jordan Lippetz ’17 shot a 2-over-par 146 in two rounds to lead WOMEN’S GOLF to the team title at the Low Country Intercollegiate in Hilton Head Island, S.C., March 21–22.

MEN’S LACROSSE improved to 6–1 with an 11–10 win over Yale March 21. The Tigers took an 11–7 lead early in the fourth period, but Yale scored three straight goals to cut the lead to one. Princeton goalie Eric Sanschagrin ’15 saved the Elis’ last shot at a tying goal with 1:30 remaining.

WOMEN’S WATER POLO won seven of eight games in its trip to California March 14–21, improving to 21–2. The Tigers’ March 21 win over Whittier was head coach Luis Nicolao’s 400th on the women’s side. Nicolao also has won 341 games with the Tiger men.