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Princeton Athletics | February 3, 2014

Princeton goes perfect

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Princeton's top-ranked women's team completed a 13-0 weekend at the Northwestern Duals, the first time in five trips that the Tiger women emerged undefeated from the two-day competition. Princeton had lost to Notre Dame in each of its first four visits as well as Ohio State in each of its last three trips, but the Tigers defeated both Saturday. Princeton's dual-match winning streak now stands at 41 and dates back to last year's trip to Northwestern.

The Princeton women added two more wins against ranked opponents Sunday, against No. 7 Northwestern and No. 9 Temple, after scoring two such victories Saturday against No. 3 Notre Dame and No. 5 Ohio State.

Princeton's men added three wins Sunday to a 5-3 day Saturday to finish at 8-3 for the tournament. The competition was Princeton's last before the Ivy League Championship gets underway next weekend at Brown.

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