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Vol. LXV, No. 26
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
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(Photo Courtesy of PU’s Office of Athletic Communications)

READY TO HELP: Pete Callahan heads to the ball in a game last fall in his senior season on the Princeton University men’s soccer team. Callahan, a Princeton High alum, was a valued member of the Tiger men’s soccer and squash teams over his college career. He also made valuable contributions off the field, throwing himself into a slew of service activities around the Princeton campus. Last month, he was named as one of the four recipients of the Art Lane Award, which is given to honor selfless contribution to sport and society by an undergraduate athlete.

Taking Lessons from Rowing at PU, Coaching at Hun, Davis Helped Stanford Women’s Lightweights to Title

Bill Alden

Over the past three years, Madeline Davis been riding a wave of success in the world of rowing.

In the spring of 2009, Davis wrapped up a stellar career with the Princeton University women’s lightweight program by helping the Tigers take silver at the Eastern Sprints. That summer, she rowed at the World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Racice, Czech Republic.

Making Return to NCAA Stomping Grounds, Tierney Guided Denver Men’s Lax to Final 4

Bill Alden

Bill Tierney is back east this month at some of his old stomping grounds, working at the elite “Top 205” lacrosse camps in the Baltimore area.

On Memorial Day weekend, the former Princeton University men’s lacrosse head coach and current University of Denver boss, returned to another stomping ground as he guided the Pioneers to the NCAA Final 4.

Working on Father’s Staff for Denver Men’s Lax Tierney Saw Different Side of Final 4 Journey

Bill Alden

While Trevor Tierney was enjoying his role as the defensive coordinator for the Denver Outlaws of Major League Lacrosse two summers ago, he was thinking about taking a shot at college coaching.

PHS Alum Bryant Goes From Walk-on to Star; Emerging as Top Freshman for Michigan Lax

Bill Alden

Doug Bryant faced an uphill battle as he tried to play college lacrosse for the University of Michigan varsity club team this past spring.

“I was not recruited by Michigan, I talked to the coach and he said I could walk on,” said Bryant, a former Princeton High lax star whose college choice came down to Pomona (Calif.), Vanderbilt, and Michigan.

Princeton Little League 12s Show Resilience; Rebounding From Loss in District 12 Opener

Bill Alden

As the Princeton Little League 12-year-old all star team opened play last Sunday afternoon in the District 12 tournament, the club followed the blueprint that has made it formidable in recent years.


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