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Big dance weekend: Men move on to Sweet 16!

In a weekend for the Tiger history books, Princeton’s men’s and women’s teams both roared into Round 2 of the NCAA Tournament. The men then advanced to the Sweet 16 with a decisive win over Missouri Saturday. The women’s relentless comeback against Utah fell short Sunday, closing out a remarkable season.

Just after the men’s game Saturday, Patrick Glory made Tiger history as the first Princeton wrestler in 72 years to become NCAA Champion. Game stories and Sweet 16 updates at goprincetontigers.com.

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