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Vol. LXV, No. 49
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
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(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

GOING OFF: Princeton University men’s hockey star Andrew Calof, right, battles for the puck in a game last season. Over last weekend, Calof tallied two goals and an assist, helping Princeton beat Rensselaer 5-3 on Friday and tie No. 9 Union 3-3 a day later. The Tigers, now 4-7-2 overall and 3-5-1 in ECAC Hockey play, host Harvard on December 10 before playing at Quinnipiac on December 11.

With Calof Regaining Finishing Touch Tiger Men’s Hockey Making Progress

Bill Alden

After earning Ivy League Co-Rookie of the Year honors last winter, Princeton University men’s hockey star Andrew Calof experienced a bit of a sophomore slump in the early stages of this season.

Sparked by Koon’s Energy Off the Bench, Princeton Men’s Hoops Rolls Past Lafayette

Bill Alden

It didn’t take long for Princeton University men’s basketball freshman forward Denton Koon to make an impression on the Tiger coaching staff.

Welcoming Back Cast of Veteran Stars, PHS Boys’ Swim Team Should Be a Hit

Bill Alden

On paper, the Princeton High boys’ swimming team appears to be a surefire contender for a state championship.

With Senior Star Peck Triggering Offense, PHS Boys’ Hockey Tops WW/P-S in Opener

Bill Alden

Kirby Peck felt a little extra weight on his shoulders last Thursday as the Princeton High boys’ hockey team opened the season.

Stuart Hoops Emphasizing Balance Featuring an Inside-Out Approach

Bill Alden

Over the past few seasons, the Stuart Country Day School basketball team featured a guard-oriented attack.


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