Princeton

Columbia guard Abbey Hsu holds her follow-through after a shot. Princeton guard Skye Belker turns her back to Hsu to box her out.

Who will win Ivy League Player and Rookie of the Year this season?

By Jenn Hatfield / February 21, 2024

Let’s list the top contenders — and consult the historical record

Caitlin Clark (22) is hoisted in the air by her Iowa Hawkeye teammates after setting the NCAA Division I women's basketball scoring record Thursday, Feb. 15, 2024, at Carver-Hawkeye Arena in Iowa City. PHOTO CREDIT/hawkeyesports.com

The Weekly Fast Break: Prepare to be the best

By Missy Heidrick / February 21, 2024

Caitlin Clark and South Carolina, but also Jordyn Jenkins and Lex Therien

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

Harvard guard Lola Mullaney stands on the perimeter near the Columbia bench and pulls the ball behind her head with both hands to pass toward the center of the court. Columbia guard Abbey Hsu stands on the 3-point line with her hands out to pressure Mullaney.

Six storylines to watch in Ivy League play

By Jenn Hatfield / January 3, 2024

Freshman point guards, Princeton’s defense, a crucial injury and more

Graphic with photo of Princeton's Madison St. Rose (23) celebrating during a game at Jadwin Gym. Text below reads "Setting the Ivy Table." Locked On Women's Basketball logo at top right. Headshots of guest Jenn Hatfield and host Howard Megdal at lower right.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: Breaking down Princeton, Columbia and the Ivy League battles ahead

By The Next / December 21, 2023

With so many newcomers on the league’s top teams, who will emerge at the top of the standings in 2024?

Princeton sophomore guard Madison St. Rose in a black princeton jersey with orange lettering and numbers faces up towards the camera with the ball against a Villanova defender in a white jersey, perpendicular to the camera.

Introducing to women’s college basketball: The Knife Kid

By Em Adler / December 17, 2023

Bringing the concept of a Knife Kid, the dangerous and mercurial teams that are never lacking in chaos, to the world of women’s basketball

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

Georgetown graduate assistant Bella Alarie holds a ball under her left arm and stands with several other members of the Hoyas' staff on the sidelines, watching players warm up.

Bella Alarie finds her way back to basketball as Georgetown graduate assistant

By Jenn Hatfield / November 14, 2023

Princeton great tries out coaching as she’s getting her masters

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