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Vol. LXV, No. 17
Wednesday, April 27, 2011
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STARTING POINT: Mitch Henderson makes a point last Thursday at the press conference where he was introduced as the new head coach of the Princeton University men’s basketball program. Henderson, a 1998 Princeton alum and standout point guard for the Tigers, is replacing former teammate Sydney Johnson, who recently left his alma mater to take over the Fairfield men’s hoops program. Henderson has spent the last 11 years as an assistant coach for the Northwestern University men’s hoops team under former Princeton mentor Bill Carmody.

Former PU Standout Henderson Comes Home To Take Helm of Tiger Men’s Hoops Program

Bill Alden

Four years ago, Mitch Henderson was passed over when Sydney Johnson was chosen as the head coach of the Princeton University men’s basketball team.

Gadowsky Leaving PU Men’s Ice Hockey To Launch Penn State’s New D-I Program

Bill Alden

Guy Gadowsky knows what it takes to build a struggling ice hockey program into a winner.

Featuring Core of Veterans, Talented Newcomers, PHS Boys Track Overcoming Graduation Losses

Bill Alden

There are certain sports programs like Ohio State football and Kentucky men’s basketball who rarely have down years, exemplifying the philosophy “we don’t rebuild, we reload.”

Sparked by Smith’s Focus and Clutch Play, Hun Baseball Coming Together Quickly

Bill Alden

Brandon Smith doesn’t let his mind wander when he gets ready to bat for the Hun School baseball team.

Goalie Frieder Exuding Confidence, Toughness As PDS Girls’ Lacrosse Surges Into Homestretch

Bill Alden

Confident, strong, and tough. Those are the words that Jill Thomas hollered repeatedly at her players on the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team last Thursday as it hosted Lawrenceville.


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