After 15 years of waiting to beat Princeton (4-9, 3-1 Ivy), the Bears (8-4, 1-3) will have to wait another year, as they lost to the Tigers 4-0 on Saturday.
Women’s soccer will have to keep searching for a conference win after suffering a 2-0 loss against the Crimson.
After a series of close conference losses, the volleyball team bounced back nicely this weekend, taking down Columbia and Cornell in five-set thrillers.
For the second year in a row, the Tigers scored a late goal to nip Bruno Sunday and claim the 2014 Ivy crown.
The men’s soccer team landed squarely in the middle of the Ivy League standings after Saturday’s match with Harvard ended in a 1-1 draw.
Over its past two Ivy League games, the football team has established a theme: not playing a complete game.
After two losses on the road last weekend, the women’s volleyball team will return to the Pizzitola Center to battle both Columbia and Cornell this weekend.
Goalie Shannon McSweeney ’15 needs only two saves to become career saves leader, forward Meghan O’Donnell ’15 needs only one more goal, three more points.
For his efforts in Bruno’s second victory of the year, Strachan has been named The Herald’s Athlete of the Week.
Hidden behind the headlines, the gifts and the thunderous ovations was one unsettling and undeniable truth: Derek Jeter was no longer Derek Jeter.