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Vol. LXV, No. 18
Wednesday, May 4, 2011
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(Photo by Stephen Goldsmith)

SLAMMING SAM: Princeton University baseball player Sam Mulroy awaits a pitch in recent action. Junior catcher/outfielder Mulroy’s clutch hitting helped Princeton take three-of-four games from Cornell last weekend as the Tigers clinched the Gehrig Division crown and home-field advantage for the upcoming Ivy League Championship series against Rolfe Division winner Dartmouth.

Mulroy Helps PU Baseball Clinch Division, Tigers to Host Dartmouth in Ivy Title Series

Bill Alden

Sam Mulroy and his teammates on the Princeton University baseball team weren’t fazed when they got blanked 5-0 last Friday in the first game of a doubleheader to visiting Cornell.

Senior Goalie Tochihara Savoring Every Moment; Aims to Prolong Tiger Lax Career at Ivy Tourney

Bill Alden

Erin Tochihara has kept busy this spring for the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team.

Former PHS Star Curtis Comes Home; Wins Heptathlon Gold at Penn Relays

Bill Alden

Kelly Curtis essentially begged her way into the Penn Relays.

Chai Goes Out With Bang in 1st Doubles As PHS Boys’ Tennis Takes 5th in MCT

Bill Alden

For Princeton High boys’ tennis senior star Jesse Chai, making the finals at first doubles at the Mercer County Tournament last week was a matter of saving his best for last.

Blair Hits 100-Goal Mark in Win Over HoVal As PHS Girls’ Lacrosse Fights Through Grief

Bill Alden

Achieving the 100-goal mark in her career on Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team seemed like a reach for Taylor Blair, considering that she didn’t play at all as a sophomore due to a knee injury.

Junior Star Seitz Makes 1st Singles Finals Again; Leading Hun School Boys’ Tennis to 6th at MCT

Bill Alden

Chris Seitz was hoping that the third time would be the charm for him when it comes to the Mercer County Tournament.


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