Cambridge, Massachusetts – Perfect twice.
Princeton’s women’s basketball team became the first team in the history of the Ivy League to finish the season 14-0 after beating Harvard 73-53 in a postponed match at the Laviets Pavilion on Sunday afternoon.
Eli Mitchell led four players in double digits with 15 points, and Abby Meers added 14 for the Tigers (22-4, 14-0), who tore off 15 straight wins ahead of the Ivy semifinals on Friday night against the Raspberries (13). -13, 7-7).
How dominant was coach Carla Berube’s club?
Princeton nearly sweated in the Ivy League, winning all 14 games with a double-digit score. The closest that the team came up with was Yale in the 61-49 competition in New Haven on February 19th.
The Tigers won their 14 competitions with an average of 27 points. They bypassed the other seven league teams 993-615, averaging 70.9-43.9 before winning.
Berube has yet to lose to Ivy in either season and has an overall record of 48-5.
Even if Princeton suffers a shocking defeat this weekend, he will almost certainly get a big bid for the NCAA tournament. ESPN bracemaker Charlie Cream has safely singled out the Tigers in field number 10.
Ryder 14, Delaware 6
NEWARK, DAL. – Alex Diamantes had four races, Jake Barberry Hamred, and the Bronx (6-4) broke the skid in three games, defeating the Blue Chickens (4-6) to avoid a swing.
Rutgers 8, VCU 0
RICHMAND, Virginia – Nick Chimila made his second home run of the season, Josh Kurada-Grauer knocked out in four passes, and the Scarlet Knights (9-1) won for the sixth straight time with a win over Rams (3-7).
UMass Lowell 3, Ryder 0
Ryder 11, Hampton 8
NORFOLK, Va Hampton.
Notre Dame 4, Rutgers 3
Rutgers 9, George Washington 8
LYNCHBURG, Virginia – The Scarlet Knights (13-7) released the first of nine innings on the 23rd issue of Fighting Irish, but bounced back and defeated Colonial in the second game. Kyle Bock scored Homer from three rounds at the top of the seventh to rally the Rutgers for his only win of the day.