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Clayton Helps PDS Boys’ Hockey Lift Its Game As Panthers Take 3rd Straight Rulon-Miller Crown

Even though the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team posted a 6-4 win over Rye Country Day (N.Y.) last Friday in the opening round of its Harry Rulon-Miller ’51 Invitational…

With Linzmayer Starring at Both Ends of Ice, PDS Girls’ Hockey Ends Drought at Invitational

Coming into last weekend, the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team hadn’t won its annual Harry Rulon-Miller ’51 Invitational since 2002, a drought that Robin Linzmayer and her senior classmates…

With Seniors Ready to Fill Void Left by Reed’s Exit PDS Boys’ Hoops Aiming to Maintain Winning Ways

Having ended his Princeton Day School boys’ basketball career last winter with a program record 2,102 points, Davon Reed can’t be replaced. But while superstar guard Reed, who is currently…

Focusing on Developing Fundamentals, Stuart Hoops Poised to Make Progress

As Dana Leary heads into her second season as the head coach of the Stuart Country Day School basketball team, she feels that the program is headed in the right…

PU Men’s Hoops Star Bray Makes Happy Return, Earning Ivy Accolade, Helping Tigers to 3 Wins

As the Princeton University men’s basketball team opened its season last month, T.J. Bray cut a forlorn figure. The senior captain and star guard was sidelined due to a fractured…

Wheatley Thriving in Move to Starting Lineup As PU Women’s Hoops Seeks Best Combination

For Alex Wheatley, moving into the starting lineup for the Princeton University women’s basketball team this winter has given her an increased sense of urgency. “That is different, that is…

PU Men’s Water Polo Fell Short of NCAA Berth; But 2nd Place in CWPA a Good Omen for Future

The Princeton University men’s water polo team had the CWPA (Collegiate Water Polo Association) Championship tournament in late November circled on its calendar from day one. “We were excited; our…

Aiming to Preserve Program’s Disciplined Style, Miller Excited to Take Reins of PHS Boys’ Hockey

Terence Miller boasts a wealth of experience around the Princeton High boys’ hockey team as he takes the helm of the program this winter. “I have been an assistant coach…

Despite Departure of Stellar Group of Seniors, PDS Boys’ Hockey Sees Another Big Winter

Last winter, a stellar group of nine seniors sparked the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey to a memorable campaign as the Panthers went 21-3-1 and shared the state Prep championship.…

Coach Bailey Focusing on Fundamentals In Taking Helm of PDS Girls’ Basketball

Kamau Bailey is a basketball lifer. Bailey was a high school hoops star in Denver, Colo. before going on to play at NYU. After graduation, he worked for the New…