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Overcoming Sloppy 1st Half at Columbia, Princeton Football Pulls Away to 38-6 Win

Anticipating a rainy day for its trip to Columbia last Saturday, the Princeton University football team prepared accordingly. “Since we started practice on August 24, I think we had a…

Sparked by Larkin’s Play at Both Ends of the Field, PU Women’s Soccer Ties Dartmouth, Stays Atop Ivies

Natalie Larkin acknowledges that moving up to college soccer has been intimidating at times. “I think the physicality is something you don’t really see at the club level,” said Larkin,…

Copeland Shows Finishing Touch With 2 Goals; But PU Field Hockey Falls to Syracuse in 2OT

The weekend started off on a shocking note for the Princeton University field hockey team. Heading north to upper Manhattan on Friday evening, the Tigers fell 3-2 at Columbia, their…

Late Rally Falls Short for Princeton Men’s Soccer As It Suffers OT Loss to Dartmouth in Ivy Opener

At around 6:15 on Saturday evening at Roberts Stadium, the players on the Princeton University men’s soccer team stood around glumly with heads bowed in unison as they listed to head…

Rosca, Lewis Lead the Way With Singles Titles As PHS Girls’ Tennis Finally Earns MCT Crown

Tennis star Christina Rosca has a lot on her plate this fall in her junior year at Princeton High. The defending New Jersey state high school singles champion, who has…

Powered by Buckley’s Blocking, Hard Running PHS Football Tops Lawrence in Improving to 4-0

As the fullback for the Princeton High football team, Colin Buckley knows that his main job is to open holes for star tailback Rory Helstrom. “I do a lot of…

Freshman Garcia Makes the Most of Opportunity, Scoring Goal to Help PDS Boys’ Soccer Edge Hun

Diego Garcia has faced some major challenges this fall in his freshman campaign with the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team. “It is a pretty hard level, facing kids way…

Martinovic Comes Through to Win 2nd Singles, Helping PDS Girls’ Tennis Place 4th at MCT

Advancing to the second singles final at the Mercer County Tournament last week gave Princeton Day School girls’ tennis star Maria Martinovic the chance for redemption on several levels. Last…

With QB Vadas Developing Comfort Level, Hun Football Tops Germantown Academy 42-21

It didn’t take long for Simon Vadas to develop a comfort level as he joined the Hun School football team this season. “It has been very smooth, the people here…

Thrilled to Be at Helm of Hun Girls’ Tennis, Beal Guides Raiders to 6th Place at MCT

Taking the helm of the Hun School girls’ tennis team this fall has given Cheryl Beal the chance to indulge in another aspect of her current sporting passion. “This is…