Princeton

Blake Dietrick, Lakin Roland, Leslie Robinson and Camille Zimmerman hold up one finger to celebrate winning a Red Bull 3x3 event.

Instant chemistry: How four Ivy League alumnae came together to play – and grow – 3×3 basketball

By Jenn Hatfield / September 18, 2022

‘They’re what I love about basketball,’ said WNBA point guard-turned-fan Natasha Cloud

Carrie Moore and Dalila Eshe picture, along with the teaser title 'Is it time for #TwoBidIvy' for the Locked on Women's Basketball Podcast discussing the Ivy League

Locked on Women’s Basketball: A two-bid Ivy League?

By The Next / June 10, 2022

New coaches, challengers to Princeton’s reign, and whether the Ivy League will be a two-bid league

Carrie Moore and Dalila Eshe

How Harvard’s Carrie Moore and Yale’s Dalila Eshe will shake up the Ivy League

By Jenn Hatfield / May 15, 2022

Moore and Eshe are trailblazers off the court and looking to end Princeton’s reign on it

Princeton guard Abby Meyers (1) drives against Indiana guard Ali Patberg (14) in a second-round NCAA Tournament game on March 21, 2022, in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo credit: Princeton Athletics/Sideline Photos)

Princeton star Abby Meyers commits to Maryland

By Jenn Hatfield / April 15, 2022

The Potomac, Maryland, native follows Harvard’s Katie Benzan as Ivy League graduate transfers playing for the Terps

Princeton guard Abby Meyers (1) drives against Indiana guard Ali Patberg (14) in a second-round NCAA Tournament game on March 21, 2022, in Bloomington, Indiana. (Photo credit: Princeton Athletics/Sideline Photos)

‘They’re that good’: Princeton’s season is over, but it made a lasting impression

By Jenn Hatfield / March 24, 2022

And the Tigers are built to last

Jakia Brown-Turner, Kai Crutchfield, and Elissa Cunane face away from the camera and towards the court, jumping and celebrating.

Daily Briefing — March 22, 2022: SUPREM-ACC-Y — ACC teams cruise to Sweet Sixteen

By Em Adler / March 22, 2022

Oklahoma where the Mabrey comes sweepin’ down the plain

‘Our redemption game’: How star guards, defense and joy helped Princeton topple Kentucky

By Jenn Hatfield / March 20, 2022

Princeton was Kentucky’s ‘poison Ivy’ in an NCAA Tournament game for the ages

Two pictures, side-by-side. On the left, Olivia Miles drives by a defender. On the right, Nyara Sabally stands on one foot as she is in the middle of taking a quick jump shot in the paint.

Daily Briefing — March 20, 2022: SUPER-NOVA — Villanova topples BYU in upset-filled Saturday

By Em Adler / March 20, 2022

Ring the Bell-mont

‘I love a good rivalry’: How the Ivy League Tournament final foreshadowed even more to come

By Jenn Hatfield / March 13, 2022

Princeton wins again, but much of the league is young and primed to build on tournament experience

NaLyssa Smith, midair, releases a jump shot tightly contested by Madi Williams, who outstretches a hand in Smith's face

Daily Briefing — March 13, 2022: It’s Selection Sunday

By Em Adler / March 13, 2022

Big 12 wings go off in career efforts