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BREAKING NEWS: Preseason Training

The Princeton University fall sports teams are starting preseason practice later this week. The Town Topics will be running profiles of Tiger football star Anthony Gaffney along with PU field…

BREAKING NEWS: Preseason Training

The Princeton High fall sports teams are starting preseason training this week. Squads from the Hun School, Princeton Day School, and Stuart Country Day School will be getting underway during…

Bringing Her Passion for Hockey Back to College, Princeton Alum Keady Joins Union Coaching Staff

During her playing days with the Princeton University women’s hockey team, Liz Keady gave her heart and soul to the program. Statistically, the Braintree, Mass. native showed her passion for…

Looking to Get the Most Out of His Game, Former PU Golf Star Jarmas Enters Pro Ranks

Greg Jarmas produced one of the more decorated careers in the history of the Princeton University men’s golf program by the time he graduated this past June. In 2013, the…

Going From Walk-On to Starter for Tufts Soccer, PHS Alum Halliday Primed to Build on Success

For Zach Halliday, competing in soccer beyond high school has been on his radar for a while. “I was thinking about college soccer, starting in the sixth or seventh grade,”…

Sharpening Her Voice as Cox for UCLA Rowing, PHS Alum Alden Makes NCAA Championships

Maddie Alden has no trouble voicing what’s on her mind, something I can attest to as her father. That trait combined with her petite stature led to suggestions before entering…

After Emerging as Starter for Babson Field Hockey, PDS Alum Urisko Aiming for Bigger Role This Fall

When Corinne Urisko headed to preseason camp last summer for her freshman season with the Babson College field hockey team, she was a bit apprehensive. “I was nervous, I didn’t…

After Solid Stint in NBA Summer League, PU Alum Bray Signs With Italian Pro Team

When T.J. Bray started his career with the Princeton University men’s basketball team in 2010, he didn’t see the Ivy League as his last stop in the game. “Coming into…

Sparked by Bailey’s Offensive Outburst, Winberie’s Edges King’s for Hoops Title

With its core of veterans utilizing their playoff savvy, Winberie’s pulled out a 60-57 nailbiter over King’s Pizzarama in the opener of the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball League…

With Simmons Thriving in Role of Player-Coach, Winberie’s Stuck Together for Second Title Run

While Kurt Simmons helped to start the Winberie’s team in the Princeton Recreation Department Men’s Summer Basketball League several years ago, he assumed a bigger leadership role this season. With…