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Miller Shrugs Off Lingering Effects of Virus, Sparking PU Women’s Hoops to 1st NCAA Win

As the Princeton University women’s basketball team prepared for its NCAA first round contest against Wisconsin-Green Bay last Saturday, Michelle Miller wasn’t up to par. “I had a fever on…

Displaying Grit in Pulling Out Another 1-Goal Win, No. 10 PU Men’s Lacrosse Edges No. 11 Yale 11-10

When Princeton University men’s lacrosse head coach Chris Bates reviewed the tape of his team’s game against Yale last Saturday, he saw plenty of room for improvement. “When we looked…

Learning Lessons From Setback at Virginia, No. 13 PU Women’s Lax Defeats Harvard

After winning its first four games of the season, the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team hit a roadblock on a trip to Virginia earlier this month. Playing a powerful University…

Hun Boys’ Hockey Star Brown, PHS Swimmer Berloco Earn the Nod as Town Topics’ Top Winter Performers

Standing at 5’8 and weighing 140 pounds, Blake Brown doesn’t immediately catch the eye as the Hun School boys’ hockey team takes the ice. But when the puck is around…

Working Through Challenges of Wintry Preseason, PHS Boys’ Lax Plans to Warm Up as Spring Unfolds

The seemingly interminable winter hitting the area has had a chilling effect on the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team as it prepares for the upcoming season. “It has been a…

Schlesinger Taking Helm of PHS Girls’ Lax; Sees Discipline as Key to Maintaining Success

In taking the helm of the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse program, David Schlesinger knows that he walked into a good situation. “The preseason has been great, the girls are wonderful,”…

Hun Boys’ Lax Focusing on Building Trust, Sees Team Unity as Key to Taking Next Step

The watchword around the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team this spring is trust. “We need to focus on team building more than ever and developing trust,” said Hun head coach…

Cook Excited to Guide Hun Girls’ Lacrosse, Taking Positive Approach in Rebuilding Effort

By the end of last spring, Liz Cook was ready to take a hiatus from coaching high school lacrosse. “I was a Princeton Day School varsity coach, I was coaching…

While Perplexed by Only Being Seeded 8th With 30-0 Mark, Princeton Women’s Hoops Focused on NCAA Breakthrough

In late November, the Princeton University women’s basketball team practiced at the University of Maryland’s XFINITY Center as it prepared for a game at American University. Now after completing a…

Making 2nd Trip to NCAA Wrestling Meet, PU’s Ayala Primed for Championship Run

Coming into his freshman year at Princeton University in 2012, Abram Ayala had enjoyed a swift rise in the wrestling world. First competing in the sport as a sophomore at…