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Vol. LXV, No. 12
Wednesday, March 23, 2011
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(Photo by Stephen Goldsmith)

CATFIGHT: Princeton University men’s basketball player Douglas Davis heads to the basket last Thursday in Princeton’s NCAA round of 64 clash against Kentucky at the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa, Fla. Junior guard Davis, a former Hun School standout, scored 13 points but it wasn’t enough as 13th-seeded Princeton dropped a 59-57 nailbiter to No. 4 Kentucky. The Tigers led the Wildcats by five points twice during the second half but lost on a last-second layup by Kentucky freshman star Brandon Knight.

Nearly Producing Another NCAA Shocker for the Ages, PU Men’s Basketball Drops 59-57 Nailbiter to Kentucky

Bill Alden

The photo of a screaming Mitch Henderson leaping through the air is the iconic image of the stunning 43-41 upset posted by the 13th-seeded Princeton University men’s basketball team over No. 4 UCLA in the opening round of the 1996 NCAA tournament.

Johnson’s Deep Love for Tiger Men’s Hoops Came Through in Emotional Press Conference

Bill Alden

When it comes to Princeton University men’s basketball, Sydney Johnson wears his heart on his sleeve.

PU Women’s Hoops Can’t Handle the Pressure In Falling to Georgetown at NCAA Tournament

Bill Alden

Over the last 20 minutes of its NCAA tournament opening round clash against fifth-seeded Georgetown last Sunday, the No. 12 Princeton University women’s basketball team outscored the Hoyas 35-31, shooting 45.5 percent from the field and making just four turnovers.

PHS Hockey Star Graham, PDS Hoops’ Smukler Get Nod as Town Topics’ Top Winter Performers

Bill Alden

Tim Campbell harbored some concern about whether senior forward Fraser Graham would be a little rusty at the beginning of the season for the Princeton High Boys’ hockey team.


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