Field Hockey All-Time Ivy League Championships

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 05/29/2013
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Year Record Tournament Finish

1981

 12-4-1, 5-1 Ivy (co-champion)  AIAW First Round 
1982  12-3-1, 6-0 Ivy  NCAA First Round
1991  8-4-5, 3-1-2 Ivy (co-champion)  
1994  12-4, 6-0 Ivy  NCAA First Round
1995  14-4, 6-0 Ivy  NCAA Quarterfinals 
1996  18-4, 6-0 Ivy  NCAA Championship Game 
1997  16-4, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Semifinals 
1998  17-3, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Championship Game
1999  11-6, 6-1 Ivy  
2000  14-4, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Quarterfinals 
2001  17-3, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Semifinals 
2002  12-7, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Quarterfinals 
2003  12-6, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA First Round
2005  9-9, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA First Round 
2006  12-7, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Quarterfinals 
2007  13-5, 6-1 Ivy  NCAA Play-In Game 
2008  17-3, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Quarterfinals 
2009  16-3, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Semifinals 
2010  14-5, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Quarterfinals 
2011  10-8, 6-1 Ivy  NCAA First Round 
2012  21-1, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Champion
2013  14-5, 7-0 Ivy  NCAA Quarterfinals

Notes about the program:

•  Field hockey was one of the original women’s varsity sports introduced at Princeton in the 1971-72 academic year. The others were basketball, crew, squash, swimming and tennis.

• Princeton, which became the first Ivy League school to advance to the NCAA championship game in 1996, won the program and league’s first NCAA championship in 2012. The Tigers have advanced to the NCAA Final Four in four times (1996, 1997, 1998, 2012).

• Three times the Tigers played for the NCAA title. They won their first title when the then-No. 2 Tigers defeated No. 1 North Carolina, 3-2, on Nov. 18, 2012.  Princeton has been invited to the NCAA tournament a total of 18 times. Princeton has played in 13 quarterfinals, six semifinals and three championship games.

• Amy MacFarlane ’98, Katie Reinprecht ’13, Kathleen Sharkey ’13, Michelle Cesan ’14 and Julia Reinprecht ’14 are the only players in Ivy League field hockey history to earn four first-team All-Ivy honors.   

• Beth Bozman was named the 1996 National Field Hockey Coaches Association Coach of the Year. Kristen Holmes-Winn captured the award in 2012.

• Princeton set single-season marks for wins (21) and assists (78) in 2012, and points (284) and goals (109) in 1996.

• Princeton hosted the National Field Hockey Championships in 1979 and finished sixth.
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