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Princeton University roundup

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The Princeton University men’s basketball ran its winning streak to three with a 73-52 victory over George Washington last Saturday at Jadwin Gym.

With the victory, the Tigers are now 4-2 on the season.

Myles Stephens scored 19 points, to go along with 11 rebounds, to lead four Tigers in double-figures in the triumph over the Colonials. Devin Cannady scored 16 points, while Jose Morales and Richmond Aririguzoh chipped in with 13 points apiece.

The Tigers will face St. John’s on Sunday at 1 p.m. at Madison Square Garden as part of the Holiday Festival.

The Princeton women’s basketball team snapped a seven-game losing streak with a 65-57 victory over Davidson on Sunday at Jadwin Gym. Carlie Littlefield led the Tigers with 22 points, while Sydney Jordan had 14 points and Gabrielle Rush added 12 points and 10 rebounds.

Princeton, which is now 2-7, will be the host to Quinnipiac on Saturday at 7 p.m. at Jadwin Gym.

The Princeton men’s ice hockey  team fell to 3-6-1 when it dropped a pair of games to Quinnipiac last weekend. The Tigers lost on the road, 3-0, last Friday before dropping a 6-3 decision at Baker Rink on Saturday. Jackson Cressey scored a pair of goals in the loss at home.

Princeton, which has now lost five straight games, will be home this weekend when it plays Arizona State in games at Baker Rink on Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m.

The Princeton women’s ice hockey team improved to 7-2-3 with a pair of victories  over Quinnipiac last weekend. The Tigers won, 3-2, at Baker Rink on Friday night before posting a 4-1 win on the road on Saturday.

Claire Thompson scored a pair of goals in the victory on Friday night. Sarah Fillier scored a pair of goals in the triumph on Saturday. Princeton is on the road this weekend, playing at RPI on Friday and at Union on Saturday.

The Princeton men’s swim team won the team championship at the Bruno Invitational at Brown over the weekend. Charlie Mins won the 3-meter diving event, while Princeton also won the 800-meter relay with the team of Charles Leibson, Murphy McQuet, Joshua Brown and Jonathan Pollack.

The Princeton women’s swim team finished second at the Bruno Invitational at Brown. The Tigers trailed only the host school in the team standings. Stephanie Nelson won the 200 backstroke, Regan Barney won the 400 individual medley, and Carolyn MacFarlane won the 3-meter diving event.

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