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Vol. LXV, No. 38
Wednesday, September 21, 2011
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Sports

(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

GROUND CHUCK: Princeton University freshman running back Chuck Dibilio eludes a Lehigh tackler last Saturday evening in the Tigers’ season opener. Dibilio made quite a college debut, rushing for 86 yards on 14 carries and making a 26-yard touchdown reception. Dibilio’s heroics, though, weren’t enough as Princeton fell 34-22 to the Mountain Hawks. The Tigers will look to get into the win column when they host Bucknell (2-1) on September 24.

PU Football Falls to Lehigh in Season Opener But Sees Cause for Optimism Going Forward

Bill Alden

Last year, the Princeton University football team opened the season with a 35-22 loss at Lehigh.

Making Latest Stop in Field Hockey Journey PU Alum Franks Joins Tiger Staff as Assistant

Bill Alden

Nate Franks has taken a circuitous route as he has carved out a niche in the female-dominated world of American field hockey.

Lifted by Reilly’s Tenacity, Leadership, PHS Girls’ Soccer Produces 2-0-1 Start

Bill Alden

Since Katie Reilly’s athletic future lies in college lacrosse, she is bringing an extra intensity this fall as she plays in her final campaign with the Princeton High girls’ soccer team.

With Watts Providing Voice, Skill at Sweeper; PHS Field Hockey Showing Lots of Promise

Bill Alden

For Sydney Watts, moving to defense this season for the Princeton High field hockey team was a matter of helping the squad find its voice.

PDS Boys’ Soccer Undergoing Growing Pains As Younger Players Gain Valuable Experience

Bill Alden

With the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team locked in a scoreless tie in overtime last Wednesday at Peddie, the squad’s veterans tried to will the team to victory.


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