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Hitting the court at Jadwin Gym last Saturday night, the Princeton men's basketball team was looking to make it two straight wins in Ivy League play while Cornell was merely aiming to regain some self-respect.
Last Sunday, Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Bill Cowher engineered one of the biggest NFL playoff upsets in years as he guided his club to a stunning 21-18 win over the Indianapolis Colts, moving to within one win from the second Super Bowl appearance of his tenure.
During the early years of his wrestling career, Tom Frantzen didn't seem to be on track to become a champion.
In his eighth grade season in 2001-02 for the John Witherspoon Middle school team, Frantzen captained the squad but contributed no victories as he went winless. A year later, Frantzen's slump continued as he went 0-5 in his freshman season at Princeton High.
It was a week that started with so much promise for the Hun School girls' basketball team.
Playing at powerful Peddie School on January 13, Hun raced out to a 16-point lead in the first half over the 10-time state Prep A champions.
A disturbing vision flashed through Drew Godwin's head as he went down with a badly sprained ankle just days before he was to start his senior season with the Princeton Day School boys' hoops team.