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Vol. LXV, No. 42
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
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(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

WEB GEM: Princeton University women’s ice hockey goalie Rachel Weber guards the crease in action last winter. Pressed into the starting lineup last season due to injury, Weber emerged as a star, posting a goals against average of 1.77 and six shutouts on the way to earning second-team All-ECACH and All-Ivy League honors and the Tiger team MVP award. The Hudson, Wisc. native set a program and ECAC Hockey record with a scoreless streak of more than 289 minutes. The Tigers are depending on their senior goalie to provide more of the same this winter. Princeton opens its 2011-12 season by hosting No. 8 Northeastern (4-0) on October 21 and Niagara (2-4) a day later.

With Star Goalie Weber Primed for Senior Year, Princeton Women’s Hockey Exuding Optimism

Bill Alden

Rachel Weber took over as the starting goalie for the Princeton University women’s hockey team eight games into last winter.

PU Football Takes Step Back in Loss to Brown; Must Execute Better to Produce Upset at Harvard

Bill Alden

Two weeks ago, the Princeton University football team found itself trailing Columbia 7-3 in the first quarter after a Tommy Wornham pass was picked off and returned for a touchdown.

PHS Girls’ Tennis Wins Sectional Title; Hopes to Keep Rolling in State Final 4

Bill Alden

One is elegant and quiet while the other is athletic and chatty.

With Senior Star Davis Leading Stingy Defense, PHS Boys’ Soccer Ready for Tournament Run

Bill Alden

Sporting a mohawk haircut with lines shaved on the side of his head, Ben Davis stands out along the backline for the Princeton High boys’ soccer team.

Lipski Enjoying Rare Soccer Opportunity In Getting Stuart Program Up and Running

Bill Alden

Megan Lipski has spent most of her life in and around the game of soccer.

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