Karlie Lund ’19
Beverly Schaefer

WOMEN’S HOCKEY won 10 consecutive games entering the January exam break, including six in a row at Hobey Baker Rink. Freshman Karlie Lund leads the Tigers in scoring with nine goals and 13 assists in the first 18 games of her collegiate career.

MEN’S BASKETBALL opened Ivy League play with a dramatic 73–71 overtime win at Penn Jan. 9. The Tigers rebounded from a five-point deficit early in the overtime period, scoring the game’s final seven points. Amir Bell ’18 led Princeton with a career-high 28 points.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL finished on the losing end of a two-point game in its Ivy opener at Penn Jan. 9. Princeton had two chances to take the lead with three-point attempts in the closing seconds but fell, 50–48, to the Quakers.

DENNA LAING ’14, a forward on the National Women’s Hockey League’s Boston Pride, sustained a severe spinal cord injury during the Outdoor Women’s Classic at Gillette Stadium Dec. 31. According to a statement released by her family, Laing had limited movement in her arms and no feeling in her legs. Pro athletes and college teams responded with supportive messages and photos on Twitter, tagged #14Strong in reference to Laing’s uniform number at Princeton. Laing also communicated via social media, thanking her supporters and sharing updates from her rehab at Mass General Hospital.