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Vol. LXV, No. 5
Wednesday, February 2, 2011
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FED EXPRESS: Princeton University men’s hockey star Taylor Fedun sends the puck up the ice in recent action. Last Friday, senior captain and defenseman Fedun scored two first period goals to help the Tigers top St. Lawrence 5-3.

Despite Pulling Out Wins at St. Lawrence, Clarkson, PU Men’s Hockey Still Looking to Pick up the Pace

Bill Alden

Having gone 6-1-1 in its last eight games before a 16-day exam break, the Princeton University men’s hockey team picked up where it left off when it resumed action by hosting Sacred Heart last week.

PU Men’s Hoops Shows Maturity in Yale Win Brings 2-0 Ivy Mark Into Clash With Harvard

Bill Alden

It was the kind of game that a less mature Princeton University men’s basketball team might have lost.

Leading visiting Yale 62-50 with 6:39 left in the second half last Saturday, Princeton got outscored 13-2 and found itself clinging to a one-point lead with 1:30 remaining in regulation.

Ex-Gym Rat Stentz Heading Rec Department Employing Work Ethic, ‘Do-Right’ Approach

Bill Alden

Upon moving to Princeton in 1982, it took Ben Stentz about 24 hours to come in contact with the town’s Recreation Department.

“We had lived in Northern Jersey for a while and we moved to Princeton in January,” said Stentz, a grade schooler at the time.

Samse Finds Home in Move to Defense; Helping PDS Boys’ Hockey Top PHS 5-1

Bill Alden

As a captain for the Princeton Day School boys’ ice hockey team, Skye Samse is focused on doing what is best for the squad as a whole.

This season, Samse has made a big personal sacrifice for the good of the team.

With Godwin Displaying Versatility, Heart, PDS Girls’ Basketball Rallies to Edge Hun

Bill Alden

Although the Princeton Day School and the Hun School are a few miles apart, their girls’ basketball programs have traveled in different circles recently.


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