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Squeezing More Out of its Practice Sessions, PU Men’s Heavyweights Seeing the Dividends

Having guided his Princeton University men’s heavyweight varsity 8 to the grand finals in both the Eastern Sprints and the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) national championship regatta last spring, Greg…

Greenman’s Return to Coaching Proves Memorable As PU Hoops Alum Helped American to Patriot Title

After serving as an assistant coach for the Princeton University men’s basketball team from 2007-10, Scott Greenman left his alma mater and took on another role in the college hoops…

Former PDS Boys’ Hoops Superstar Reed Enjoyed Solid Debut Campaign for Miami

At times, Davon Reed seemed to be a man among boys during his stellar career with the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team. Starring from day one as a freshman…

Maintaining Program’s Winning Tradition, PHS Boys’ Tennis Primed for MCT Run

For the Princeton High boys’ tennis team, its match last Wednesday against Robbinsville proved to be a good early season wakeup call. Getting pushed hard by the Ravens, PHS prevailed…

Campisi Relishing Role as Senior Captain; Aiming to Help PHS Softball Play Sharper

Even though the Princeton High softball team fell behind Hamilton 6-0 last Friday, Jessica Campisi was confident that PHS could get back into the game. “Over the course of the…

Building on Superb Effort in Loss to Hun, PDS Boys’ Lacrosse Topples Rutgers Prep

In recent years, the annual boys’ lacrosse clash between Princeton Day School and the Hun School squads has produced a series of nailbiters. When the foes met last week for…

With Pontrella Providing Offensive Punch, Hun Baseball Produces Encouraging 4-2 Start

After playing on the Hun School’s junior varsity baseball team in 2013, Justin Pontrella struggled in the early going this spring as he made the move up to the varsity.…

Sparked by Stevenson’s 2-Way Skills in Midfield, Hun Boys’ Lacrosse Edges PDS in 8-7 Thriller

As a longstick midfielder, Tucker Stevenson knows that playing strong defense is his primary responsibility for the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team. But the versatile junior star likes to employ…

Hun Boys’ Tennis Showing Improvement, Looking Forward to Competing at MCT

While the Hun School boys’ tennis dropped all three of its matches last week, Todd Loffredo wasn’t discouraged. “We have had a busy week; we had illnesses and absences so…

Schreiber Enjoys Milestone Night for PU Men’s Lax, Tallying 100th Career Goal as Tigers Defeat Rutgers

Tom Schreiber is known for his laser-like focus on the field so it was out of character to see him wave to the crowd last Saturday as the Princeton University…