Seven of Princeton’s spring teams won league championships by mid-May, with three rowing teams still competing for titles.
WOMEN’S GOLF, led by individual champ Victoria Liu ’25, edged second-place Columbia by three strokes in the Ivy League Tournament, held in Ringoes, New Jersey.
WOMEN’S LACROSSE was a perfect 9-0 in Ivy games, including the league tournament, and three seniors won major Ivy awards: Kyla Sears (attacker of the year), Marge Donovan (defender of the year), and Sam Fish (goaltender of the year).
WOMEN’S LIGHTWEIGHT CREW, stroked by Sarah Fry ’24, won the first-varsity eight at Eastern Sprints by nearly five seconds.
SOFTBALL won 17 of 21 Ivy games, earning the regular-season title and home-field advantage in the league championship series against Harvard. Alexis Laudenslager ’23 led all Ivy pitchers with a 1.96 earned-run average.
WOMEN’S TENNIS won its third straight Ivy team title, posting a 6-1 record in league matches. Two Tigers — Daria Frayman ’23 and Victoria Hu ’25 — were among the 64 women selected for the NCAA singles tournament.
MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD completed a triple crown — Ivy titles in cross-country and indoor and outdoor track and field — with its victory at the Ivy Heptagonals in New Haven. The Tigers won 12 events in the meet.
MEN’S VOLLEYBALL upset Penn State in the semifinals and NJIT in the finals to win the Eastern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association tournament for the first time since 1998. Ben Harrington ’24 was named tournament MVP.