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Vol. LXIV, No. 22
 
Wednesday, June 2, 2010
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(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

PULLING NO PUNCHES: Princeton University men’s lightweight rowing star Jack Leonard, second from right, shows his determination as he pulls through a recent training session on Lake Carnegie. Senior captain Leonard was recognized for his accomplishments last week when he was named as one of the recipients of the William Winston Roper Trophy, the top award given to Princeton senior male athletes. This weekend, Leonard will look to end his college career on a high note as the Tiger lightweights compete in the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) national championship regatta at Cooper River near Cherry Hill, looking for their second straight crown.

Senior Star Leonard Primed to Give His All As PU Men’s Lightweights Seek 2nd IRA Title

Bill Alden

For Jack Leonard, a pivotal stretch of his career on the Princeton University men’s lightweight crew team took place indoors rather than on the water.

Working Together From Top to Bottom, PU Open Crew Program 3rd at NCAAs

Bill Alden

As the Princeton University women’s open crew got ready last Sunday for the championship round of the NCAA regatta, Lori Dauphiny made no effort to hide her emotions.

Showing Skill and Coolness Under Fire, PHS Golf Star Graham Wins TOC Title

Bill Alden

Although Fraser Graham carded a bogey on his first hole at the NJSIAA Tournament of Champions (TOC) last week, he wasn’t overly concerned.

PHS Boys’ Lax Misfires in State Title Game; As It Drops 7-6 Heartbreaker to Mendham

Bill Alden

The heat was on last Wednesday evening as the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team battled Mendham in the Group II state championship game at Ridge High.

PDS Boys’ Tennis Fell in Prep B Tourney But Karandikar Left Indelible Memories

Bill Alden

At the beginning of the spring, Rome Campbell knew that his Princeton Day School boys’ tennis team faced an uphill battle in its quest to win a sixth straight state Prep B title.


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