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PU Baseball Drops Out of Title Contention, Aiming to Have Fun Down the Homestretch

Looking to get back into the Gehrig Division, the Princeton University baseball team started its four-game set against Columbia last weekend with a bang. Rallying from a 3-2 deficit in…

With Junior Lis Emerging as Offensive Force, PHS Girls’ Lacrosse Heading in Right Direction

“I am more confident than I have been in the past,” said midfielder Lis. “I think last year I might have gone in to draw the defense and pulled and…

Sophomore Gray Shows Her Versatility As PHS Softball Tops PDS for 1st Win

Nancy Gray is just a sophomore but she has already proven to be a jack of all trades for the Princeton High softball team. After starting at catcher in her…

After PDS Girls’ Lax Rolls to 3-0 Start, It Shows Youth in Defeats to Hill, Hun

Despite having 12 freshmen on its roster, the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team came roaring out of the gate this season. The youthful Panthers rolled to wins in its…

Boasting One of Its Deeper Squads in Years, PDS Boys’ Tennis Primed for MCT Success

Will Asch believes that tennis is on the upswing in the Mercer County area. “There are a lot of good youth programs around like Nassau and PTC with some really…

Star Goalie Levine Shuts the Door on Lawrenceville As Hun Boys’ Lax Rolls to 18-9 Win over Big Red

There was a lot of buzz surrounding the clash last Saturday between the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team and local rival Lawrenceville. Many in the lax community had the date…

Buoyed by Senior Dwyer’s Steadying Influence, Hun Girls’ Lax Rallies to Edge PDS in OT Thriller

As a four-year starter for the Hun School girls’ lacrosse team, Erica Dwyer looks to be a steadying influence on the field for the squad. “I calm everything down,” said…

Sparked by Fassl’s Consistent Play, Hun Softball Produces Solid 3-1 Start

Julie Fassl and her teammates on the Hun School softball team weren’t about to give up even though they fell behind perennial nemesis Peddie 5-0 in the second inning last…

Hun Boys’ Tennis Produces Promising Start, Responding Well to New Head Coach Nuse

For Joan Nuse, taking over the Hun School boys’ tennis program after coaching the girls’ team at the school for 26 years has proven to be a good fit. “It…

No. 4 PU Men’s Heavyweights Cruise Past Navy, Bring 2-0 Record Into Historic Childs Cup Regatta

Greg Hughes knew he had something special on his hands with the Princeton University men’s heavyweight crew before it even hit the water this spring. “The guys worked hard, we…