Stephen Soerens ’15
Stephen Soerens ’15
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Stephen Soerens ’15 MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD completed a rare “triple crown” May 10, winning the Ivy League’s outdoor, indoor, and cross country titles in the same year. The Outdoor Heptagonal Championships came down to the final event, a victory by Stephen Soerens ’15 in the decathlon that gave Princeton a 1.5-point edge over Cornell. WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD finished second at Heps, led by Megan Curham ’17, who finished first in the 5,000- and 10,000-meter runs.

Yale edged MEN’S LACROSSE, 11–10, in the Ivy League Tournament final May 3, capturing the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The Tigers finished 9–6 overall and shared the Ivy’s regular-season championship with Brown and Cornell.

WOMEN’S TENNIS fell to South Carolina, 4–3, in the opening round of the NCAA Championships May 9. Lindsay Graff ’15, Alanna Wolff ’17, and Katrine Steffensen ’18 earned individual wins for the Tigers.

MEN’S TENNIS earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Championships — its first postseason appearance since 1998. The Tigers lost 4–1 to Minnesota in the opening round May 8.