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Vol. LXV, No. 35
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
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(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

PYROTECHNICS: Princeton University field hockey star Alyssa Pyros controls the ball in a game last fall. The Tigers will need a big year from senior midfielder Pyros, an honorable mention All-Ivy League performer in 2010, as they look to win a seventh straight Ivy League title. Princeton opens regular season play this weekend by playing at Bucknell University on September 2 and at American University two days later.

Despite 4 Top Guns Spending Year With U.S. Team, PU Field Hockey Still Shooting to Extend Ivy Reign

Bill Alden

They were the core four of the Princeton University field hockey team last fall as it won its sixth straight Ivy League title and advanced to the NCAA quarterfinals.

Former PHS Star Medalia Enjoying Home Front, Primed for Senior Season with PU Field Hockey

Bill Alden

Although May-Ying Medalia grew up just miles away from Princeton University, it took her a while to feel at home when she started there as a freshman in the fall of 2008.

Hoppenot’s Brilliance Makes Him a Marked Man As PU Men’s Soccer Kicks Off Ivy Title Defense

Bill Alden

Antoine Hoppenot comes into the fall as a marked man for the Princeton University men’s soccer team.

After Forging Winning Partnership with Kampersal, Bourbeau Leaves PU Women’s Hockey to Head Brown

Bill Alden

When Amy Bourbeau joined the staff of the Princeton University women’s hockey program in 1999 as an assistant coach, she didn’t view the job as a long-term proposition.

After Starring at Brown and Turning Focus to Family, Morey Excited to Join Tiger Women’s Hockey Staff

Bill Alden

Coming from a small town in Ontario, Cara Morey didn’t appear to be on track for athletic stardom at an Ivy League school.


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