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Vol. LXIII, No. 36
Wednesday, September 9, 2009
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FAST START: Princeton University women’s soccer freshman striker Jen Hoy races up the field in her college debut last Friday evening against Hofstra. Hoy picked up an assist in the game as Princeton fell 2-1. Two days later, Hoy got another assist as the Tigers edged St. John’s 2-1. Hoy will look to keep up her fast start as Princeton heads west to play at Utah on September 9 and at Wyoming on September 11.

With Speedy Freshman Hoy Setting the Pace, PU Women’s Soccer Splits Opening Weekend

Bill Alden

After shaking off some butterflies as she made her college debut for the Princeton University women’s soccer team, Jen Hoy rolled her sleeves up to her shoulders and went to work.

The speedy forward dashed on several runs through the Hofstra defense as the teams met last Friday evening at Roberts Field.

Seven minutes into the contest, Hoy took a pass from teammate Stephanie Iantorno and slotted it to Barb Previ, who banged in a goal.

Using Versatility to Carve Out NFL Career, PU Alum Norman Back at OL for Jaguars

Ed Benkin

It isn’t easy staying in the NFL for nearly a decade. It’s even harder when you’re a low-round draft pick out of Princeton University.

But Dennis Norman has beaten the odds.

Espousing a Band of Brothers Mentality, PHS Football Primed for Battles Ahead

Bill Alden

The 2001 television miniseries Band of Brothers detailed the exploits of a gritty parachute regiment in World War II.

The story focuses on the mental and physical hurdles faced by the soldiers and their efforts to overcome such obstacles.

For the Princeton High football team, suffering through a four-game losing streak last fall after starting 5-1 has led the players to adopt the attitude dramatized in the TV classic.

Despite Another Round of Graduation Losses, PHS Boys’ Soccer Aims to Reload, not Rebuild

Bill Alden

Wayne Sutcliffe has a distinct sense of deja vu as he gets his Princeton High boys’ soccer team ready for another campaign.

For yet another year, PHS is dealing with heavy graduation losses after a superb season.

Stuart Field Hockey Needs to Find Finishers as It Shoots to Maintain Winning Tradition

Bill Alden

Last fall, the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team had a good idea where its goals were going to come from.

Led by productive senior stars Caroline Passano and Jackie Gaudioso-Radvany, the Tartans advanced to the Mercer County Tournament championship game for the sixth straight year on the way to an 18-6 season.

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