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With Sophomore Lopez-Ona Emerging as Star, PHS Boys’ Lax Primed for State Tournament

Coming into his sophomore season on the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team, Johnny Lopez-Ona knew that he had to make things happen on his own. After a promising freshman campaign…

Despite Superb Effort From Goalie Shane, PHS Girls’ Lacrosse Edged in MCT Semis

Mira Shane didn’t waste any time showing that she meant business as the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team played at Notre Dame in the Mercer County Tournament semifinals last Thursday.…

Making Big Progress Under New Coach Cook, Hun Girls’ Lax Produces Solid 7-8 Campaign

There was some crying when the Hun School girls’ lacrosse team lost 12-7 to WW/P-N in the Mercer County Tournament earlier this month but Liz Cook was smiling inside. “For…

Displaying Its Prowess at Both Ends of the Field, Tiger Women’s Lax Advances to NCAA Quarters

In putting together a six-game winning streak heading into the start of NCAA tournament last weekend, the Princeton University women’s lacrosse had demonstrated that it could excel at both ends…

PU Women’s Lax Defeats Penn in Ivy Title Game, Playing Its Best Heading Into NCAA Tournament

For the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team, its final game at Class of 1952 Stadium last season turned into a nightmare. Facing Penn in the 2014 Ivy League tournament championship…

MVP Hompe Provided Energy, Finishing Touch As Tiger Women’s Lax Rolled in Ivy Tourney

Olivia Hompe was initially feeling out of rhythm last Friday evening as the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team battled Harvard in the Ivy League tournament semifinals. “Early in the first…

Princeton Men’s Lax Falls to Yale in Ivy Title Game, Then Dealt Another Setback as Denied Bid to NCAAs

For Chris Bates, the prayer that talks about one having the serenity to accept things that can’t be changed and having the courage to change things that he can has…

Taking Major Step in Quest for National Relevance, PU Men’s Tennis in NCAAs for 1st Time Since 1998

In taking the helm of the Princeton University men’s tennis team three years ago, Billy Pate realized that he was becoming part of something special. “When I interviewed for the…

Junior Star Callaway Providing Big Goals As PHS Girls’ Lax Gets on Winning Track

When the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team lost to Lawrenceville last week to suffer its sixth straight defeat, it would have been easy to write off the squad’s chances to…

Sparked by Majeski’s Hitting Surge, PHS Baseball Tops WW/P-S, PDS

Moving up to the Princeton High varsity baseball team this spring as a senior, Steve Majeski got off to a slow start. But as the weather has warmed up, so…