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Vol. LXV, No. 43
Wednesday, October 26, 2011
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(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

ON HIS WATCH: Bob Prier is all smiles this past May as he was introduced as the new head coach of the Princeton University men’s ice hockey team. The Prier era will get underway this weekend when the Tigers play in the Ivy Shootout at Hanover, N.H. where they will face No. 10 Yale on October 28 and Brown the next day in non-conference contests. Prier, a former star player and assistant coach at St. Lawrence, took over the Tiger program after Guy Gadowsky left to be the head coach at Penn State.

Princeton Men’s Hockey Starting Prier Era As It Faces Yale, Brown in Ivy Shootout

Bill Alden

Bob Prier has hit the ground running since taking the helm of the Princeton University men’s ice hockey team this past May.

With Junior Mikaelian Moving to Head of Pack; PU Cross Country Aims to Go Home Free at Heps

Bill Alden

Alexis Mikaelian knows she is filling some big shoes as she moves to the head of the pack this season for the Princeton University women’s cross country team.

Lamb’s Wonder Strike Makes the Difference As PHS Boys’ Soccer Rallies in MCT Quarters

Bill Alden

In 2010, the Princeton High boys’ soccer team had to fight for its life to slip past Notre Dame in the Mercer County Tournament semifinals.

Cen Shows Consistency at 1st Singles to the End As PHS Girls’ Tennis Falls in Group 3 Semifinals

Bill Alden

As the first singles player for the Princeton High girls’ tennis team, Sarah Cen has no problem going it alone.

Lopez-Ona Shows Her Rapid Development As PHS Field Hockey Wins County Opener

Bill Alden

Emilia Lopez-Ona has proven to be a quick study when it comes to field hockey.


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