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Bringing Work Ethic, Toughness on a Daily Basis, Richardson Leading PU Open Rowing into NCAAs

Faith Richardson started her high school sports career as a cross country star for Wellesley High near Boston. But after suffering a series of injuries, she took up rowing in…

Tiger Men’s Golfer Prchal Earns Ivy Crown, Continuing His Growth Into a Star Performer

Playing in the Ivy League Championship in 2013 as a freshman, Quinn Prchal got off to an inauspicious start. “I was six-over for the first six holes,” said Prchal. “I…

Hun Boys’ Lax Earns 1st Prep A Crown Since 1998 As Donovan Triggers 14-6 Win over Lawrenceville

It was lights, camera, action for the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team as it started last week by facing Haverford School (Pa.) in the championship game of the Inter-Ac Challenge.…

Buoyed by Meekins’ Doubles Play, Leadership, PDS Boys’ Tennis Wins 3rd Straight Prep B Crown

While most tennis players aspire to be singles stars, Josiah Meekins relished playing doubles throughout his career with the Princeton Day School boys’ squad. “I was coming off eighth grade…

With Frosh Singles Star Lilienthal Leading the Way, PHS Boys’ Tennis Advances to Group 3 State Final

Noah Lilienthal was nervous as he took the court for the Princeton High boys’ tennis team at first singles in the Group 3 state semifinals against undefeated Tenafly last Wednesday…

With Senior Goalie Shane Battling Hard to the End, PHS Girls’ Lax Falls to HoVal in Sectional Semis

Bringing an 8-12 record and a two-game losing streak into the state tournament, the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team seemed destined for an early exit. But PHS senior goalie Mira…

Showing Strength From Sprints to Distance Events, PHS Girls’ Track Finishes 4th at Sectional Meet

Featuring strength from the sprints to the distance events, the Princeton High girls’ track team used that balance to excel last weekend at the Central Jersey Group 3 sectional meet.…

Tiger Men’s Heavyweight Rowing Shows Depth, Winning Team Title at Sprints as It Girds for IRAs

In posting wins over Harvard and Brown down the stretch of the regular season, the Princeton University men’s heavyweight varsity 8 crew showed speed and a flair for drama. Against…

PU Women’s Lax Falls to Duke in NCAA Quarters, But Loss Doesn’t Dim What Tigers Achieved in 2015

In stifling sixth-seeded Stony Brook 8-4 in the second round of the NCAA tournament earlier this month, the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team produced a superior defensive effort. Last Saturday,…

Tiger Women’s Open Crew 3rd at Ivy Regatta, Making Case for Shot at NCAA Championships

Lori Dauphiny knew that her Princeton University women’s open varsity 8 crew was in for a dogfight at the Ivy League championship regatta last weekend at Cooper River in Pennsauken,…

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