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Vol. LXV, No. 24
Wednesday, June 15, 2011
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(Photo Courtesy of PU’s Office of Athletic Communications)

HEALING POWER: Princeton University track star Mark Amirault powers to the finish line in a race during his Tiger running career. After dealing with injury woes that sidelined him as a freshman and slowed his progress as a sophomore, Amirault emerged as a standout. The Walpole, Mass. native won two titles at the Indoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships and three at the Outdoor Heps. He also anchored the 4xMile relay team which won the Championship of America at this year’s Penn Relays. Last weekend, he finished his Princeton career by taking 12th in the 5,000 at the NCAA championship meet to earn second-team All American status.

PU Track Star Amirault Overcame Injury Woes Packing Titles, Awards Into Homestretch of Career

Bill Alden

Based on his high school resume, it looked like Mark Amirault would be a star distance runner from the day he arrived at Princeton University in 2007.

Even Though PU Baseball Went Winless at NCAAs, Grabowski Proud of Team’s Competitive Mentality

Bill Alden

Matt Grabowski didn’t have a defined role on the pitching staff for the Princeton University baseball team this spring and that suited him fine.

PHS Softball Continued Upward Trend; Making States Again, Tying Wins Record

Bill Alden

While the Princeton High softball team was fired up to make its second straight state tournament appearance, the lead-up to its first round game at Holmdel was less than ideal.

Wolf Ends Tenure as Stuart Athletics Director; Proud of Program’s Titles, Sterling Reputation

Bill Alden

Cheryl Wolf made quite a change in 1997 when she took over as the Athletics Director at the Stuart Country Day School after coaching lacrosse and field hockey the previous 21 years at Cornell University.

Ivy Inn’s Chase of 4th Crown Is Main Focus As Summer Men’s Hoop Tips Off 23rd Season

Bill Alden

Its name has been shortened but the team will again cast a long shadow over the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball League.


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