All the pieces in place for Princeton
Tigers' No. 9 seed is highest ever for an Ivy League women's team
PRINCETON, N.J. -- Building a women's basketball program in the Ivy League that is capable of competing on a national level isn't easy. Neither, by the sound of things, is a branch of economics dealing with statistical methods used to study well, let's just say numbers. Not all of us went to Princeton.
But the intersection of those two truths arrives when you hear just how excited Princeton senior Lauren Edwards gets in talking about the toughest class of her four ...
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