The MEN’S and WOMEN’S FENCING teams each earned a share of the Ivy League titles at the league’s round-robin championship event at Cornell Feb. 6 and 7. The men posted a 4–1 record, sharing the title with Columbia and Penn, while the women were 5–1 and shared the title with Columbia and Harvard.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL won eight consecutive Ivy games after the January break, including a 92–83 overtime victory at Harvard Feb. 7. Alex Wheatley ’16 scored her 1,000th career point in the Harvard game, joining classmate Michelle Miller, who reached the milestone earlier this season.

WRESTLING finished the Ivy season with a 4–1 record after splitting a Feb. 13 doubleheader against Columbia and Cornell. The Tigers beat the Lions, 23–13, but lost 23–16 to the Big Red, who won their 14th consecutive league championship.

Megan Curham ’18
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WOMEN’S SQUASH finished the season with six consecutive wins for an 11–2 overall record. MEN’S SQUASH was 3–11 this year.

WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD standout Megan Curham ’18 and alumnae Carrie Dimoff ’05 and Sarah Cummings ’11 ran in the U.S. Olympic Marathon Team Trials in Los Angeles Feb. 13. Dimoff and Cummings finished 40th and 53rd, respectively, while Curham dropped out of the race after 17 miles. Curham, who is taking a year off from school, hopes to compete in the 10,000 meters at the Olympic trials in July.