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Schreiber Enjoys Milestone Night for PU Men’s Lax, Tallying 100th Career Goal as Tigers Defeat Rutgers

Tom Schreiber is known for his laser-like focus on the field so it was out of character to see him wave to the crowd last Saturday as the Princeton University…

With Senior Smith Making Noise on Defense, PU Women’s Lax Tops Yale for 6th Straight Win

Colleen Smith is not afraid to make some noise on the field for the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team. “We emphasize the voice a lot,” said senior star defender and…

PU Women’s Open Crew Gets Off to Bumpy Start But Displays the Work Ethic to Right the Ship

In order to get on the water this spring, the Princeton University women’s open crew had to resort to some self-help. “The winter was a long one for us, we…

Tiger Softball Posts 3-1 Weekend at Yale, Brown, Gaining Confidence Heading into Ivy South Play

For the Princeton University softball team, its doubleheaders at Yale and Brown last weekend represented the chance to reinforce its self-image. “The team believes that it is going to be…

Ending Williams College Hockey Career on High Note, PHS Alum Vukasin Helped Ephs Win NESCAC Crown

Gabby Vukasin could see the end of her college hockey career approaching like a freight train and she wasn’t about to go out quietly. With her Williams College women’s hockey…

With Senior Corrado Catching Fire on Attack, PHS Boys’ Lax Produces Sizzling 5-0 Start

After emerging as a star midfielder for the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team over the last three years, Matt Corrado has moved up to attack for his senior campaign. Despite…

Sparked by Shane’s Excellence in Goal, PHS Girls’ Lacrosse Stifles PDS 15-6

An overcast afternoon turned into a chilly downpour as the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team played at Princeton Day School last Monday. But while players on the sidelines shivered and…

Featuring Talent Throughout the Lineup, PDS Boys’ Tennis Aiming for Big Spring

While the Princeton Day School boys’ tennis team hasn’t been on the court much so far this spring, Will Asch is cautiously optimistic. “I think we are going to be…

Doherty Comes Through When It Counts As PU Women’s Lax Tops Cornell in OT

As the rain pelted the area last Saturday afternoon, Anna Doherty found herself in a slippery situation for the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team. The high-scoring freshman attacker repeatedly misfired…

After Late Rally Falls Short in 11-10 Loss at Brown, PU Men’s Lax Focusing on Basics to Right the Ship

Playing at Brown last Saturday, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team got lulled to sleep a little bit. “It was kind of a perfect storm,” said Princeton head coach Chris…