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Vol. LXV, No. 21
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
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(Photo Courtesy of Princeton Crew/Tom Nowak)

POWER STROKE: Princeton University women’s open crew star Lauren Wilkinson competes in a race this spring. Senior stroke Wilkinson has helped the top-ranked Princeton first varsity eight go undefeated and win the Eastern Sprints this season. This weekend, the Tigers will look to run the table as they compete in the NCAA championship regatta at Sacramento, Calif.

Senior Star Wilkinson Striving for Perfection As No. 1 PU Open Crew Competes in NCAAs

Bill Alden

Lauren Wilkinson isn’t easily satisfied when it comes to her rowing.

PU Quarter-Miler Eddy Heading Into Homestretch, Looking to Come Up Big at NCAA Regional Meet

Bill Alden

“I got a letter at the tail end of sophomore year and the summer before junior year from the Princeton track coach,” said Eddy, a native of Asheboro, N.C. “Getting that letter was the first time I thought about running in college.”

Dudeck’s Work Ethic Reflected Team Mentality As Hun Baseball Captured Prep A Championship

Bill Alden

Finding himself mired in a batting slump earlier this spring, Hun School baseball star David Dudeck responded by putting his nose to the grindstone.

PHS Boys’ Lax Drops Thriller in MCT Title Game, Hopes Experience Will Steel It for State Tournament

Bill Alden

Trailing Notre Dame 6-3 heading into the fourth quarter of the Mercer County Tournament championship game last Wednesday evening, the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team looked out of synch.

Lifted by Percarpio’s Emergence at 2nd Singles PHS Boys’ Tennis Makes Sectional Semifinals

Bill Alden

It only took two sets but Eddie Percarpio had to dig deep to win his match at second singles for the Princeton High boys’ tennis team in its state tourney opener last week.

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