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Vol. LXV, No. 47
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
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(Photo by Stephen Goldsmith)

WINNING MESSAGE: Princeton University men’s basketball head coach Mitch Henderson addresses his players during a timeout last Saturday in Princeton’s 61-53 win over Buffalo. The victory improved the Tigers to 1-2 and gave Henderson the first win of his Princeton tenure. The Tigers were slated to host Elon on November 22 before playing in the Ticket City Legends Classic at Bucknell this weekend where it will play Bucknell on November 25, Morehead State on November 26, and West Alabama on November 27.

Tiger Men’s Hoops Rides Fast Start, Topping Buffalo To Earn 1st Victory

Bill Alden

Ian Hummer and his teammates on the Princeton University men’s basketball team had a chip on their shoulder when they hosted Buffalo last Saturday.

PU Football Falls to Dartmouth in Finale; Sees Hope Despite 2nd Straight 1-9 Season

Bill Alden

Despite going 2-18 in his first two seasons guiding the Princeton University football team, Bob Surace can see the light at end of the tunnel.

Polansky Adding Value Not Shown in Box Score; Helping Princeton Women’s Hoops to 4-0 Start

Bill Alden

If one just looks at the point column in the box score from the Princeton University women’s basketball team’s win over Villanova last Saturday, it doesn’t look like Tiger junior Lauren Polansky contributed much to the victory.

PHS Boys’ Soccer Falls in State Semis; But Loss Can’t Dim Superb Campaign

Bill Alden

Before the Princeton High boys’ soccer team started its state Group 3 semifinal game last week against Timber Creek, the PHS players kneeled as one on the field and clasped their arms around each other’s shoulders.

Showing Ability to Overcome Obstacles, Hun Football Wins MAPL Championship

Bill Alden

It started when Hurricane Irene flooded its field with Stony Brook waters cresting over the crossbars of its goal posts.


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