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Sports shorts: Winter updates

i-afb992907ef41cf27734ed5266dccd95-wb_sports.jpgA month after beating Pac-10 power Southern California, WOMEN’S BASKETBALL notched another win against a big-conference team, beating Wake Forest, 71-63, Dec. 31. Princeton (10-3) topped the Atlantic Coast Conference school on the road despite playing without star forward Niveen Rasheed ’13, who injured her knee in a Dec. 29 win over Davidson. Princeton plays La Salle Jan. 4 at Jadwin Gym.
MEN’S BASKETBALL will host Marist in its final game before the first-semester exam break Jan. 5. The Tigers (10-4) dropped a close game at 19th-ranked Central Florida Dec. 30. Before that, Princeton had won eight in a row, including six road games.
MEN’S HOCKEY will host Cornell Jan. 7 in a key ECAC Hockey matchup. Princeton (10-5-1, 6-3-1 ECAC) is unbeaten in its last six outings, including two wins that led to a tournament championship at the UConn Hockey Classic Dec. 29-30.

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Sports shorts: Kicking off the winter season

Addie Micir ’11 (Office of Athletic Communications)

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL is off to a 4-2 start that includes impressive wins over Southern California, Delaware, and Lehigh, and a pair of close losses at Rutgers and No. 22 Vanderbilt. Senior captain Addie Micir was the hero in the Southern Cal game Nov. 26, sinking two free-throws with five seconds remaining to put the Tigers on top, 60-59. She followed that performance with a 20-point game against Vanderbilt and an 18-point effort at Delaware in which she hit six of seven 3-point attempts. Through six games, Micir leads Princeton in 3-pointers (3.8 per game) and ranks second on the team in scoring (13.8 points per game).

In MEN’S BASKETBALL, Princeton has won its last two contests, scoring more than 80 points in back-to-back games for the first time since 1975. Against Siena Nov. 28, Dan Mavraides ’11 hit a clutch 3-pointer to send the game into overtime, and Kareem Maddox ’11 led Princeton with a remarkable all-around performance that included 30 points, 10 rebounds, and three blocks. At Lafayette Nov. 30, Ian Hummer ’13 made 10 of 12 field-goal attempts to lead the Tigers with 22 points in a convincing win over the Leopards.
MEN’S HOCKEY hosts Clarkson and St. Lawrence Dec. 3 and 4 in Princeton’s last two ECAC Hockey games before the league takes a hiatus for fall-term exams at most of the member schools. The Tigers have rebounded from a sluggish start, winning five of their last six games, including shutout victories over Harvard and Quinnipiac.

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Sports shorts: International Tigers

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Matt Striebel ’01, left, and Ryan Boyle ’04 (Photos courtesy U.S. Lacrosse)

MEN’S LACROSSE alumni Matt Striebel ’01 and Ryan Boyle ’04 are aiming to recapture the championship for the United States at the 2010 World Lacrosse Championships, beginning July 16 in Manchester, England. [US Lacrosse]

Todd Harrity ’12, the 2010 Ivy League Rookie of the Year in MEN’S SQUASH, won a bronze medal at the 2010 World University Games in Melbourne, Australia, July 13. Harrity lost to German Jens Schoor in the semifinals but topped Leo Au of Hong Kong in the third-place match. [College Squash Association]

Donn Cabral ’12 of the MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD team won the 3,000-meter steeplechase at the North America, Central America, and Caribbean Under-23 Championships in Miramar, Fla., July 10. Team USA dominated the medal count, earning more medals than the other 11 competing nations combined. [USA Track and Field]

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