Friday Sports Roundup: Spring Sports Wind Down
Written by Bwog Staff
With baseball and softball already finished for the year, other sports teams are moving into their final competitions. Read last weekend’s results, including men’s golf winning the Ivy title, here.
Rowing: After falling last weekend for the first time this spring, the heavyweight team has its final cup race, against Navy on Sunday morning. The woemn’s team closes out their cup races against Northeastern tomorrow morning.
Tennis: The men’s tennis team has qualified for the NCAA Tournament, and will face the University of Miami on May 8. They’ll bring with them four All-Ivy recipients, including Rookie of the Year Haig Schneidermann, first-team honoree Bogdan Borta, and second-team honorees Jon Wong and Mihai Nichifor.
Archery: The archery team claimed 8 of 12 All-East spots, which is determined by adding scores from three different tournaments during the year. The eight members included all six spots in the women’s recurve division, led by sophomore Margot Sturchin.
Lacrosse: Although the women’s lacrosse team finished 1-6 in Ivy play, a 15-14 win over Bucknell on Tuesday (behind four goals from Holly Glynn) gave the Lions an overall record of 9-7, the program’s most wins ever in a season.
Track & Field: After several posting NCAA-qualifying times at the Penn Relays, the track and field team looks to build momentum at the Princeton Elite Meet today and tomorrow in Princeton, New Jersey, before next weekend’s Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.