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Tiger Men’s Hockey Hurt by Mental Lapses, Posts 0-2 Weekend Heading Into Exam Brea

Starting its final weekend before a 17-day exam hiatus, the Princeton University men’s hockey team came out fighting as it hosted defending national champion Union last Friday. Princeton battled the…

After Missing Last Season Due to Hip Operation, Contini on Scoring Tear for PU Women’s Hockey

Molly Contini had to scuttle her first attempt at playing her sophomore season for the Princeton University women’s hockey team. Hampered by a hip injury, Contini withdrew from Princeton before…

With Curran-Groome Providing Steadying Hand, PHS Girls’ Basketball Produces Solid 4-4 Start

With the Princeton High girls’ basketball team having come off a tough loss to Ewing, Catherine Curran-Groome and her teammates were looking to bounce back last Friday night when they…

Sophomore Star Lewis Assuming Lead Role As PDS Boys’ Hoops Making Improvement

Although he is just a sophomore, Chase Lewis has a lot on his shoulders this winter for the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team. As the lead guard and one…

Finding a Home With PDS Girls’ Basketball, Freshman Kane Emerging as Key Performer

Bridget Kane has been around basketball a long time for someone who is only a freshman in high school. As the daughter of longtime Lawrenceville School boys’ hoops head coach…

Although Hampered by Lack of Depth, PDS Girls’ Hockey Showing Progress

The Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team found itself shorthanded as it hosted the Hill School (Pa.) last Wednesday but it had nothing to do with players being sent to…

With Robb Maturing Into Inside Force, Hun Boys’ Hoops Gets on Winning Track

After enjoying a fine career for the North Catholic High boys’ hoops team in Pittsburgh, Dominic Robb came to the Hun School this year as a post-graduate to mature as…

Building on Last Year’s Milestone Campaign, Tiger Wrestling Aiming to be National Power

Last season, the Princeton University wrestling team produced a remarkable reversal of fortune, posting an 11-4 record after going 2-13 a year before. The team’s turnaround helped the Tigers rise…

Looking to Build on Victory Over Union, PU Women’s Hockey Facing Critical Week

Coming off the holiday break by playing at Rensselaer last Friday, it quickly became clear that the Princeton University women’s hockey team wasn’t up to speed. “It was tough because…

PU Men’s Hoops Looks Rusty in Loss to Wake, Vows to Be Sharper for Ivy Opener Against Penn

Playing at Wake Forest on New Year’s Eve, the Princeton University men’s basketball team was looking to end 2014 on a high note. The Tigers jumped out to a 14-11…