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Two similar photos are shown side by side. At left, Harvard freshman Abigail Wright shoots a right-handed layup as Quinnipiac defenders are late to contest. At right, a black-and-white photo of former Princeton star Ellen DeVoe shooting a right-handed jump shot near the basket over an Adelphi defender's outstretched arm.

For Abigail Wright, Princeton is family — Harvard is home

By Jenn Hatfield / January 11, 2024

Harvard’s Wright faces Princeton program with many familial ties, including mom Ellen DeVoe

Princeton guard Madison St. Rose takes a left-handed jump shot from near the elbow. An Oklahoma defender jumps toward her with one arm outstretched to contest it.

How Princeton’s Madison St. Rose has ‘blossomed’ into one of the Ivy League’s best

By Jenn Hatfield / December 9, 2023

St. Rose was the Ivy League Rookie of the Year last season, but she wasn’t always confident or ready to attack. Now she’s both

Princeton guard Kaitlyn Chen dribbles the ball with her right hand and turns the corner against Indiana guard Sara Scalia.

What we learned about Princeton from games against Oklahoma, Indiana

By Jenn Hatfield / November 27, 2023

The Tigers split two games against ranked teams in a Thanksgiving tournament

Princeton guard Kaitlyn Chen shoots a right-handed midrange floater as Harvard forward Elena Rodriguez tries to contest with her right hand. Princeton forward Ellie Mitchell runs toward the basket while looking back at Chen.

2023-24 Ivy League preview

By Jenn Hatfield / October 28, 2023

Stars return leaguewide, and potential breakout players are waiting in the wings

Princeton guard Kaitlyn Chen tries to drive by Harvard's Lola Mullaney with her right hand. The text "Ivy preseason top 3" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked on Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked on Women’s Basketball: Breaking down the preseason top three Ivy League teams

By The Next / October 20, 2023

Lions and Tigers and Crimson, oh my!

Five Princeton players huddle, wrapping their arms around each other. An official walks past them, making a hand motion.

Era ends for Princeton, but it remains a program to be reckoned with

By Jenn Hatfield / March 23, 2023

‘Our nucleus, our glue, our everything’

Princeton guard Grace Stone is pictured all alone after hitting the game-winning shot, her hands at her sides and her mouth open.

‘Toughness transfers over’: Princeton uses familiar script to beat NC State in NCAA Tournament

By Jenn Hatfield / March 18, 2023

In an Ivy League first, Princeton wins NCAA Tournament opener for second straight year

Maggie Connolly sits on top of the rim, her arms outstretched, and celebrates an Ivy League Tournament title.

Princeton’s road to Ivy League Tournament title was familiar but hardly easy

By Jenn Hatfield / March 12, 2023

Harvard cements presence as current and future contender

What to watch for in the 2022 Ivy League Tournament

By Jenn Hatfield / March 10, 2022

Two-bid Ivy and Kathy Delaney-Smith’s last stand in play

‘Fail, do it again, fail, do it again’: The makings of an elite Princeton defense

By Jenn Hatfield / December 9, 2021

The Tigers are one of the nation’s top defensive teams—yet some early failures might help them get even better