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Vol. LXI, No. 34
Wednesday, August 22, 2007
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(Photo courtesy of the Sports Physical Therapy Institute)

HEALING ART: Marc Nowak of the Sports Physical Therapy Institute in Princeton works with a member of the USRowing national team. This week, Nowak, the official physical therapist for the U.S. national team, is tending to the rowers' needs at the 2006 World Rowing Championships in Munich, Germany.

Princeton-Area Physical Therapist Nowak Embarks on Latest Journey With USRowing

Bill Alden

When Marc Nowak entered a masters program in physical therapy in the early 1980s, he saw it as a stepping stone to medical school.

But it didn't take him long to realize that he had found his life's calling.

Training Full Time With Oregon Track Club, PU Alumna Ferrell Starring on World Stage

Bill Alden

Cack Ferrell produced one of the greatest distance running careers in Princeton University history.

The willowy native of Minneapolis, Minn. was a six-time All-American in cross country and track and field.

Ferrell, a two-time Athlete of the Meet at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, capped her Princeton career by earning the C. Otto van Keinbusch Award as the top senior female student-athlete at the school.

As PU Football Starts Preseason Camp Hun Alum Gallagher Aims to Stand Out

Bill Alden

Pat Gallagher hardly ever came off the field during his career as a star offensive and defensive lineman for the Hun School football team.

Matriculating across town to the Princeton University football team in 2005, Gallagher has found himself in a supporting role during his first two falls with the Tigers, riding the bench as the program has shot to the top of the Ivy League.

Herr Displays Her Cheekiness on the Ice, Starring at U.S. Hockey Development Camp

Bill Alden

The word "cheeky" is defined in the dictionary as meaning impudent or contemptuously bold.

For Princeton resident Julia "Cheeky" Herr, that boldness has come out on the ice as she proved to be a precocious hockey player soon after she got out of the crib.

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