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Vol. LXV, No. 19
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
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PUTTING UP THEIR DUKES: Princeton University women’s lacrosse star Cassie Pyle heads to goal in recent action. Last Saturday, junior midfielder Pyle scored two goals to help Princeton edge James Madison 11-10 in the opening round of the NCAA tournament. The victory over the Dukes improved the Tigers to 12-6 and set up a quarterfinal contest at top-seeded and defending national champion Maryland (19-1) on May 21.

PU Women’s Lax Edges JMU in NCAA Opener; Earning Shot at No. 1 Maryland in Quarterfinals

Bill Alden

For the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team, its game at James Madison University in mid-March turned out to be one of its worst days of the season.

Learning From Last Year’s Disappointment, No. 1 PU Open Crew Wins Eastern Sprints

Bill Alden

Last spring, the Princeton University women’s open crew first varsity boat ran the table in the regular season, posting a 12-0 record.

Prier Thrilled to Be Guiding PU Men’s Hockey: Vows to Maintain Tigers’ Freewheeling Style

Bill Alden

This past March, Bob Prier helped coach the St. Lawrence men’s hockey team to an upset of the Princeton University squad in the first round of the ECAC Hockey playoffs.

PU Hoops Alums Savage, Lake Teaming Up To Go the Distance in Fight Against Cancer

Bill Alden

Shortly after Noah Savage started working for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s (LLS) Team in Training last fall, he realized that he could give more to the non-profit organization.

With Blair Exploding for 8 Goals, PHS Girls’ Lax Wins MCT Crown

Bill Alden

Taylor Blair went to the prom on Friday evening but she wasn’t about to party into the wee hours of the night.

Distance Star Smart Taking Leading Role As PHS Boys’ Track Heads Into Home Stretch

Bill Alden

In 2010, distance runner Zaid Smart had the luxury of going under the radar for Princeton High boys’ track team.


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