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Vol. LXIII, No. 28
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
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COACH ON THE FIELD: Michele DeJuliis yells out encouragement in her role as an assistant coach for the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team. Wearing another hat, DeJuliis starred in the midfield as the U.S. national team recently won the Women’s Lacrosse World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic. DeJuliis served as the captain of the team and scored nine points in the tournament, including the game winner in the U.S.’s 8-7 win over defending champion Australia in the gold medal game.

Persevering to Become National Team Captain, DeJuliis Helps U.S. Win World Cup Lax Gold

Bill Alden

Failure is not a word associated with Michele DeJuliis and her lacrosse career.

PU Alum McGarvie Starts Post-Grad Career By Earning Gold With U.S. Women’s Lax

Bill Alden

Holly McGarvie didn’t get the chance to catch her breath after graduating from Princeton University early last month.

Two days after the commencement ceremony, the Tiger women’s lacrosse star headed to Baltimore to take part in the final training camp for the U.S. national team before it jetted off to Prague, Czech Republic for the Women’s Lacrosse World Cup.

The five-day camp turned into a cram session as the U.S. team worked to get in synch after not having been together since February.

PU Hoops’ Greenman Returning to Israel; Coaching U.S. Team in Maccabiah Games

Bill Alden

Over the last two years, Scott Greenman has soaked up plenty of knowledge, getting into coaching by serving on the staff of the Princeton University men’s basketball team.

“I think I have learned a lot; it is very rewarding,” said Greenman, a former Tiger hoops standout who earned first-team All-Ivy League honors as a senior in the 2005-06 season.

“I enjoy the daily interaction with players. I like helping them improve and seeing them take a jump.”

Cordonnier Helps Post 218 Hang in There; Young Club Produces Wins Down the Stretch

Bill Alden

Luke Cordonnier felt arm weary and didn’t have his best stuff as he pitched for the Princeton Post 218 American Legion baseball team last Thursday evening.

But Cordonnier, a rising junior at Princeton High, didn’t have any quit in him as he battled Lawrence Post 414 at Smoyer Park.

“I pitched Tuesday and Saturday so I was little fatigued,” said the red-haired Cordonnier. “My curveball hasn’t been my best pitch but it was on today. It was breaking a lot better.”

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