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Vol. LXV, No. 28
Wednesday, July 13, 2011
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(Photo Courtesy of Seton Hall Athletic Communications)

INSPIRATIONAL RETURN: Esmeralda Negron gives instruction last fall as an assistant coach for the Seton Hall women’s soccer team. Last month, Negron, a former Princeton University star who has scored more points (112) than any player, male or female, in school history, returned to her alma mater to serve as an assistant coach for the Tigers. Negron had served on the Seton Hall staff for the last four years and is replacing Scott Champ after he moved to the Arizona State to take an assistant coaching and recruiting coordinator position there.

PU Women’s Soccer Great Negron Aims to Inspire As She Returns to Alma Mater as Assistant Coach

Bill Alden

While tactics and preparation are key factors in coaching, Esmeralda Negron’s four years of working as an assistant for the Seton Hall women’s soccer program have taught her that winning players’ hearts is even more important.

PHS Alum Graham Thrives in Switch to Defense; Enjoying Role as Duke Women’s Lax Made Final 4

Bill Alden

During her stellar career with the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse program, Mie Graham stood out as a high-scoring midfielder.

Cordonnier Providing Power Hitting, Leadership As Post 218 Baseball Goes Through Growing Pains

Bill Alden

Giving up four runs in the top of the first inning to Robbinsville Post 530 last week, the Princeton Post 218 American Legion baseball team could have rolled over.

Building on Family’s Deep Ties to Princeton, Robinson Enjoying Stint in Summer Men’s Hoops

Bill Alden

Avery Robinson has visited Princeton many times over the years.

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