Princeton Tigers women's lacrosse

The Princeton Tigers women's lacrosse team is a NCAA Division I college lacrosse team representing Princeton University as part of the Ivy League. They play their home games at Class of 1952 Stadium in Princeton, New Jersey.[2]

Princeton Tigers women's lacrosse
Founded1973
UniversityPrinceton University
Head coachChris Sailer (since 1987 season)
StadiumClass of 1952 Stadium (capacity: 4000)
LocationPrinceton, New Jersey
ConferenceIvy League
NicknameTigers
ColorsBlack and Orange[1]
         
NCAA Tournament championships
1994, 2002, 2003
NCAA Tournament Runner-Up
1993, 1995, 2000, 2004
NCAA Tournament Final Fours
1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004
NCAA Tournament appearances
1983, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019
Conference Tournament championships
2011, 2015, 2017, 2018, 2019
Conference regular season championships
1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

Historical statistics

Overall
Years of Lacrosse46
1st Season1973
Head Coaches3
All-Time Record461-237-7
Ivy League games
Ivy League season W-L record (Since 1980)189–66-1
Ivy League Titles16
Ivy League Tournament Titles4
NCAA Tournament
NCAA Appearances26
NCAA W-L record36-23
Final Fours12
Championship Games7
NCAA National Championships3

*Statistics through 2018 season

Individual career records

Reference:[3]

Record Number Player Years
Goals195Olivia Hompe2014-17
Assists91Erin McMunn2012-15
Points282Olivia Hompe2014-17
Ground balls289Julie Shaner1998-01
Draw controls152Sarah Lloyd2011-14
Caused turnovers171Rachael Becker2000-03
Saves731Erin O'Neill1993-96
Save %.667Katherine Wolf1975-77
GAA6.16Leila Saddic1990-92

Individual single-season records

Record Number Player Year
Goals75Olivia Hompe2017
Assists38Colby Chanenchuk2017
Points110Olivia Hompe2017
Ground balls118Barbara Russell1981
Draw controls67Abigail Gusten1995
Caused turnovers58Cristi Samaras1998
Saves235Ellie DeGarmo2017
Save %.667Katherine Wolf1977
GAA3.20Abby Westervelt1978

Seasons

References:[4][5]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
AIAW (Independent) (1973–1979)
1973 Penny Hinckley 0-2
1974 Penny Hinckley 3-3
1975 Penny Hinckley 2-5-1
1976 Penny Hinckley 2-5-1
1977 Penny Hinckley 3-4
1978 Betty Logan 6-1-3
1979 Betty Logan 9-3-1AIAW Quarterfinal
AIAW (Ivy League) (1980–1981)
1980 Betty Logan 10-5-14-2-14thAIAW Consolation Winner
1981 Betty Logan 7-53-34th
NCAA Division I (Ivy League) (1982–present)
1982 Betty Logan 6-64-2T-3rd
1983 Betty Logan 8-74-2T-2ndNCAA Quarterfinal
1984 Betty Logan 2-122-4T-4th
1985 Betty Logan 1-111-5T-5th
1986 Betty Logan 3-102-4T-5th
1987 Chris Sailer 3-91-5T-6th
1988 Chris Sailer 7-72-4T-4th
1989 Chris Sailer 14-35-12ndNCAA Semifinal
1990 Chris Sailer 14-25-12nd
1991 Chris Sailer 11-63-3T-3rd
1992 Chris Sailer 13-44-23rdNCAA Semifinal
1993 Chris Sailer 15-35-1T-1stNCAA Runner-up
1994 Chris Sailer 16-16-01stNCAA Champions
1995 Chris Sailer 14-35-12ndNCAA Runner-up
1996 Chris Sailer 13-36-01stNCAA Semifinal
1997 Chris Sailer 7-75-1T-1st
1998 Chris Sailer 12-56-12ndNCAA Semifinal
1999 Chris Sailer 12-56-12ndNCAA Quarterfinal
2000 Chris Sailer 15-46-12ndNCAA Runner-up
2001 Chris Sailer 14-56-1T-1stNCAA Semifinal
2002 Chris Sailer 19-17-01stNCAA Champions
2003 Chris Sailer 16-46-1T-1stNCAA Champions
2004 Chris Sailer 19-17-01stNCAA Runner-up
2005 Chris Sailer 13-56-12ndNCAA Quarterfinal
2006 Chris Sailer 12-66-1T-1stNCAA Quarterfinal
2007 Chris Sailer 10-75-23rdNCAA First Round
2008 Chris Sailer 13-55-2T-2ndNCAA Quarterfinal
2009 Chris Sailer 14-46-12ndNCAA Quarterfinal
2010 Chris Sailer 6-104-3T-3rd
2011 Chris Sailer 12-75-2T-3rdNCAA Quarterfinal
2012 Chris Sailer 8-74-35th
2013 Chris Sailer 10-76-12ndNCAA First Round
2014 Chris Sailer 12-76-1T-1stNCAA Second Round
2015 Chris Sailer 16-47-01stNCAA Quarterfinal
2016 Chris Sailer 11-66-1T-1stNCAA First Round
2017 Chris Sailer 15-46-1T-1stNCAA Quarterfinal
2018 Chris Sailer 13-66-1T-1stNCAA Second Round
Total:461-237-7 (.660)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Postseason Results

The Tigers have appeared in 25 NCAA tournaments. Their postseason record is 36-23.[6]

Year Seed Round Opponent Score
1983--First Round
Quarterfinal
Dartmouth
Temple
W, 12-10
L, 6-16
1989--Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Virginia
Harvard
W, 6-5
L, 5-7
1992--Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Temple
Harvard
W, 11-6
L, 5-10
1993--Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Penn State
Maryland
Virginia
W, 11-7
W, 7-6
L, 6-8 (ot)
1994--Semifinal
Final
Virginia
Maryland
W, 14-13 (ot)
W, 10-7
1995--Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Temple
Dartmouth
Maryland
W, 14-8
W, 13-8
L, 5-13
1996--Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Penn State
Maryland
W, 13-9
L, 5-6
1998--Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Georgetown
#1 Virginia
W, 12-11
L, 7-8
1999#4QuarterfinalPenn StateL, 7-8
2000#2Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Duke
#3 James Madison
#1 Maryland
W, 9-8 (3ot)
W, 15-9
L, 8-16
2001#5First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
#12 Cornell
#4 Dartmouth
#1 Maryland
W, 14-4
W, 10-4
L, 7-14
2002#2First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Le Moyne
Notre Dame
#3 North Carolina
#1 Georgetown
W, 25-3
W, 11-5
W, 16-2
W, 12-7
2003--First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Le Moyne
Ohio State
#1 Loyola (MD)
#3 Virginia
W, 19-1
W, 17-8
W, 5-3
W, 8-7 (ot)
2004#1First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Colgate
Dartmouth
Vanderbilt
#2 Virginia
W, 18-6
W, 6-5 (ot)
W, 11-3
L, 4-10
2005#8First Round
Quarterfinal
Maryland
#1 Northwestern
W, 16-8
L, 6-8
2006--First Round
Quarterfinal
#2 Virginia
#7 Dartmouth
W, 8-7
L, 6-7 (2ot)
2007--First Round#3 VirginiaL, 10-19
2008#8First Round
Quarterfinal
Vanderbilt
#1 Northwestern
W, 14-10
L, 11-18
2009#8First Round
Quarterfinal
Georgetown
#1 Northwestern
W, 15-9
L, 9-16
2011--First Round
Quarterfinal
#8 James Madison
#1 Maryland
W, 11-10
L, 6-15
2013--First RoundDukeL, 9-10 (2ot)
2014--First Round
Second Round
Penn State
#6 Virginia
W, 16-13
L, 11-13
2015--First Round
Second Round
Quarterfinal
Fairfield
#6 Stony Brook
#3 Duke
W, 18-8
W, 8-4
L, 3-7
2016--First RoundMassachusettsL, 12-13 (ot)
2017#5Second Round
Quarterfinal
Cornell
#4 Penn State
W, 11-9
L, 12-14
2018--First Round
Second Round
Syracuse
#4 Boston College
W, 12-11 (2ot)
L, 10-16

References

  1. "Logo & Brand Assets | Princeton University Office of Communications". Retrieved September 25, 2018.
  2. "Class of 1952 Stadium". Go Princeton Tigers. Retrieved October 19, 2017.
  3. "Women's Lacrosse Individual Records". Go Princeton Tigers. Retrieved October 20, 2017.
  4. "Women's Lacrosse All-Time Results". Go Princeton Tigers. Retrieved October 20, 2017.
  5. "Women's Lacrosse NCAA Tournament". Go Princeton Tigers. Retrieved October 20, 2017.
  6. "Women's Lacrosse NCAA Tournament". Go Princeton Tigers. Retrieved October 22, 2017.
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