Princeton (3-0) won 27 of 28 individual games, with junior Hallie Dewey rallying from an early 1-0 hole to claim a 3-1 victory at a career-high No. 3 spot.
Senior Libby Eyre claimed a 3-0 win at the top spot, which included a 12-10 victory in the third game against Damindhi Udangawa, and sophomore Rachel Leizman followed with a win at the No. 2 spot in which she dropped only nine individual points.
Princeton got two wins from its freshman class, including one from Gabriella Garr, who dropped only two points in her career debut at the No. 8 spot. Tara Harrington, Isabella Bersani and Libbie Maine also got their first wins of the season during the win in Philadelphia.
Princeton will close out the 2013 portion of its schedule Saturday morning when it heads to Washington D.C. for an 11 am match against George Washington.
Princeton 9, Drexel 0
1 – Libby Eyre d. Damindhi Udangawa 2,4,10
2 – Rachel Leizman d. Mary Fung-A-Fat 2,3,4
3 – Hallie Dewel d. Elisabeth Money (10),3,5,4
4 – Alex Sawin d. Maria Diagama 4,6,5
5 – Alexandra Toth d. Laura Rahauser 4,6,7
6 – Tara Harrington d. Kaitlyn Money 4,6,7
7 – Isabella Bersani d. Kiran Vasudevan 1,5,5
8 – Gabriella Garr d. Davila Thompson 1,1,0
9 – Libbie Maine d. Courtney Sabo 3,4,2