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Vol. LXV, No. 16
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
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BREAKING OUT: Princeton University men’s lacrosse player Jeff Froccaro looks for an opening in recent action. Last week, sophomore midfielder Froccaro came up big as the Tigers posted a 11-10 win over Rutgers on April 12 and then beat Dartmouth 8-4 last Saturday. He scored three goals in the win over the Scarlet knights and then matched his career high with four goals against the Big Green. Coming into the week, Froccaro had scored a total of five goals in the Tigers’ first eight games. Princeton, now 4-6 overall and 2-2 in Ivy League play, hosts Harvard (7-5 overall, 1-3 Ivy) on April 23.

PU Men’s Lax Tops Rutgers, Dartmouth; Primed for Pivotal Clash Against Harvard

Bill Alden

Things looked bleak on several levels for the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team as it played at local rival Rutgers last week.

PU Women’s Lacrosse Runs Out of Time; Late Rally Falls Short in Loss to Harvard

Ed Benkin

It was the hot topic last week whenever any members of the Princeton University men’s basketball nation crossed paths.

PHS Softball Struggling to Find Rhythm; Blanks Hamilton to Get Into Win Column

Bill Alden

Last Thursday, the Princeton High softball team found itself trailing Hightstown 10-2 after four innings.

With Olsson Finding a Home on Attack Unit, PDS Boys’ Lacrosse Produces Promising Start

Bill Alden

Tyler Olsson has bounced back and forth between midfield and attack during his time with the Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team.

Sparked by Weeks’ Prolific Scoring, Hun Girls’ Lacrosse Making Progress

Bill Alden

Kate Weeks honed her lacrosse skills last summer by playing for the New Jersey South regional team in national competition.


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