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Keeping Focus on Daily Improvement, PU Women’s Lax Primed for Big Spring

If the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team can stay in the present, it could have a bright future. “The kids are really focused on everyday; they are playing well and…

Sizzling Dietrick Produces Back-to-Back Career Nights, Leading PU Women’s Hoops to Sweep of Brown, Yale

Blake Dietrick misfired when the Princeton University women’s basketball team lost to Harvard last month. The junior guard hit just 3-of-15 shots as the Tigers fell 78-68 to the Crimson,…

Squandering Good Start on Senior Day, PU Women’s Hockey Falls 5-3 to Yale

For the Princeton University women’s hockey team, its annual Senior Day regular season home finale got off to a good start as the Tigers hosted Yale last Saturday. After the…

Senior Standout Yu Calmly Takes Care of Business As PHS Boys’ Swimmers Win 6th Straight Sectional

While his teammates on the Princeton High boys’ swimming team whooped it up on the deck at the Neptune Aquatics Center last Friday after winning the Public B Central Jersey…

With Frosh Tang Thriving Under Playoff Pressure, PHS Girls’ Swimmers Win Sectional Championship

Even though Melinda Tang is a freshman, she embraced the high stakes atmosphere as the Princeton High girls’ swimming team faced Lawrence last Friday in the Public B Central Jersey…

Making Transition to Official Team Status, PHS Fencing Building Solid Foundation

For Theo Varga, substituting to teach a gym class at Princeton High in 2012 set him on a path which helped a new program gain a foothold in the school’s…

Triolo Gives Her All in McGraw Rink Finale, Helping PDS Girls’ Hockey to Senior Night Win

For Colby Triolo, the idea of taking up ice hockey at Princeton Day School started as kind of an offhand quip. “I was practicing my interview for coming to PDS…

Rebounding From Tough OT Setback, Hun Girls’ Hoops Makes Prep A Semis

On the eve of its state Prep A tournament opener last Wednesday, the Hun School girls’ basketball team suffered a heartbreaking loss to powerful Lodi Immaculate. Rallying from a 14-7…

Princeton Resident Moran Heading to Bucknell Crew; Taking Lessons From Peddie Hoops, Rowing Career

When Leah Moran entered the Peddie School in 2010, the Princeton resident dreamed of someday playing college basketball. Joining the perennial Prep A champion girls’ hoops program, Moran hoped to…

Former NFL Player Morey Plans to Be Quick Study In Taking Helm of Struggling PU Sprint Football Team

Sean Morey spent a few hours last Saturday evening cleaning the carpet in the Princeton University sprint football office in the B level at Jadwin Gym. As the former Brown…