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Vol. LXI, No. 30
 
Wednesday, July 25, 2007
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ACROSS THE POND: The Princeton University men's heavyweight crew blasts through the water during their superb 2006 season which saw the top boat win the Eastern Sprints and take the Ladies Plate Challenge at the Henley Royal Regatta in England. One of the members of that crew, recent Princeton grad Will England, is heading to Scotland this week to compete for the U.S. men's eight in the U-23 World Rowing Championships at Strathclyde, Scotland.

PU Crew Standout England Heading to Scotland Aiming to Help U.S. Men Prevail at U-23 Worlds

Bill Alden

In his first couple of years at the Phillips Academy in Massachusetts, Will England's main athletic outlets were soccer and lacrosse.

But at the urging of his older sister, Hannah, a rower at Princeton University, England decided to give crew a shot.

After hitting the water, it didn't take long for England to realize that his athletic destiny had been forever changed.

PU Alum Stone Ready for Scull Session as She Rows for U.S. in Under-23 Worlds

Bill Alden

Gevvie Stone knew she had to step up this past spring in her senior season with the Princeton University women's open crew team.

As one of the few returners on the varsity eight boat in the wake of a 2006 season that saw Princeton go undefeated on the way to the NCAA championship, Stone was determined to help the program's younger rowers.

Former PU Field Hockey Star Martirosian Takes Long Journey to Make U.S. Team

Bill Alden

After graduating from Princeton University in 2005, Natalie Martirosian set off to Kazakhstan to apply some of the knowledge she gained as a Slavic Literature major.

Working in the communications department of the Eurasia Foundation, Martirosian had her hands full dealing with press relations, using both English and Russian on a daily basis.

Princeton Little League 10s Made Final 9, Utilizing Togetherness, Fighting Spirit

Bill Alden

It had been a long, long day for the Princeton Little League 10-year-old all stars.

Princeton's game against West Windsor in the District 12 Final Nine on July 17 had been delayed for more than an hour due to a cloudburst with the teams not hitting Sayen Field in Hamilton until 9:15 p.m.


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