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Vol. LXII, No. 11
Wednesday, March 12, 2008
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WILL TO WIN: Princeton University men’s hockey junior star Brett Wilson controls the puck in recent action. Wilson, a second-team All-Ivy League performer at forward, figures to be a key performer as second-seeded Princeton hosts No. 7 Yale this weekend in a best-of-three ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series. There are tickets remaining for the March 14 and 15 games and they can be purchased at the ticket office in Jadwin Gym.

PU Men’s Hockey Hosting Yale in Playoffs; Aims to Use Balance, Speed to Top Bulldogs

Bill Alden

It was a rare sour note in the uplifting winter produced by the Princeton University men’s hockey team.

Lewis-Lamonica Storms to 7-Goal Effort as PU Women’s Lax Upsets No. 3 Duke

Bill Alden

Last Wednesday night, Katie Lewis-Lamonica was sidelined by an injured right ankle as the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team cruised to an easy 16-8 win over Rutgers.

Despite the storm that hit the area Saturday, the senior star had the feeling that her ankle was not going to bother her as the seventh-ranked Tigers hosted No. 3 Duke.

PU Women’s Swimming Does Special Things as Freestyle Star Shiflett Reaches Potential

Bill Alden

There was a sense of excitement surrounding the Princeton University women’s swimming team as it looked forward to the 2007-08 season.

Feeling that the team had potential to do big things, longtime Princeton head coach Susan Teeter had T-shirts made for her athletes which read “On the Verge of Something Special.”

PDS Boys’ Hoops Produced Turnaround; Earned Respect in Tying for Patriot Crown

Bill Alden

It was February 12 and a snowstorm snarled traffic around Princeton.

But inside the Princeton Day School gym, things were at a fever pitch as the PDS boy’s basketball team hosted cross-town rival Princeton High in the opening round of the Mercer County Tournament.

Princeton Elite Union U-17s Head to Dallas, Primed for International Soccer Competition

Bill Alden

Over the past year, the Princeton Elite Union Under-17 boys’ soccer team has proven itself against some of the best competition on the East Coast.

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