MEN’S BASKETBALL won its last four games, including a thrilling comeback win over Columbia March 7 in which Princeton scored the final 11 points to edge the Lions 85–83.
WOMEN’S LACROSSE opened Ivy League play with an 8–5 win over Dartmouth March 7. The Tigers improved to 4–0 for the first time since 2008.
MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING led from start to finish in the Ivy Championships Feb. 26–28, winning three individual events and all five relays.
At the EIWA Championships March 6–7, WRESTLING standouts Abram Ayala ’16, Jordan Laster ’17, and Chris Perez ’16 earned NCAA bids and Princeton placed seventh in the team standings. Brett Harner ’17 and Jonathan Schleifer ’18 received at-large NCAA bids.
MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD won the Ivy Indoor Heptagonal Championships at Harvard Feb. 28–March 1, outpacing second-place Cornell by 63 points — the largest margin of victory in meet history. Carrington Akosa ’18 won the 200-meter dash. Greg Leeper ’17, right, led a 1–2–3 Tiger finish in the long jump. WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD finished third, behind Harvard and Columbia.