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Vol. LXV, No. 8
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
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ON THE MONI: Princeton University men’s lacrosse midfielder Tyler Moni heads up the field in action last spring. The Tigers will be relying on the versatility of senior co-captain Moni, a former Princeton High standout who scored eight goals in 2010 and played both offensive and defensive midfield.

No. 7 PU Men’s Lax Opening at No. 8 Hofstra; Seeking More Consistency at Both Ends of Field

Bill Alden

Chris Bates didn’t give a glowing review to the preseason college men’s lacrosse show that recently aired on ESPN.

Princeton Women’s Hockey Focuses on Playing Well; Posts 2-0 Weekend, Will Host Quinnipiac in Playoffs

Bill Alden

Coming into last weekend, the Princeton University women’s hockey team knew that it would likely have to produce two victories to secure home ice for the upcoming ECAC Hockey playoffs.

With Graham Leading Offense, Goalie Berger On Fire, PHS Boys’ Hockey Tops Notre Dame for MCT Title

Bill Alden

When the Princeton High boys’ hockey team edged Notre Dame 5-4 in early January, Fraser Graham scored all five goals for the Little Tigers.

PHS Boys’ Swim Team Displays Formidable Depth, In Sinking Ocean for 3rd Straight Sectional Crown

Bill Alden

Even though the Princeton High boys’ swimming team started the Public B Central Jersey sectional final against Ocean last Friday by losing the 200 medley relay, Peter Deardorff wasn’t fazed.

Star Center Patterson Extends Senior Season; As PDS Girls’ Basketball Makes Prep B Final

Bill Alden

Tiffany Patterson is perfectly content with having her senior season on the Princeton Day School girls’ basketball team drag on a little bit longer.

Foster, Metro Relish Dillon Hoops Experience As Venerable League Celebrates 40th Birthday

Bill Alden

For Thatcher Foster and Jordan Metro, playing in the Dillon Gym Youth Basketball League was a highlight of growing up in Princeton.


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