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Princeton Men’s Soccer Posts 1-1 Weekend; Needs More Urgency Heading Into Ivy Play

Hosting Florida International (FIU) on Friday and Florida Gulf Coast University (FGCU) two days later, the Princeton University men’s soccer got off to a slow start in both contests. On…

Failing to Capitalize on Scoring Opportunities, PU Women’s Soccer Falls to Yale in Ivy Opener

A year ago, the Princeton University women’s soccer team rallied from an early deficit to pull out a 2-1 overtime win at Yale in the Ivy League opener. The bounces…

Sophomore Rosca Breezes to 1st Singles Crown at MCT; Helping PHS Girls’ Tennis Take 2nd in Team Standings

After finishing second at first singles at the Mercer County Tournament (MCT) last fall as a freshman and being seeded No.1 coming into this year’s tourney, it would have been…

With Two-Way Standout Helstrom Battling to the End, PHS Football Shows Fighting Spirit in Loss to WW/P-S

Even though the Princeton High football team trailed WW/P-S 27-7 last Friday night with a few minutes remaining in the game, Liam Helstrom wasn’t about to throw in the towel.…

Martinovic Makes Major Impact for PDS Girls’ Tennis, Starring at 2nd Singles as Panthers Take 3rd in MCT

For Maria Martinovic, joining the Princeton Day School girls’ tennis team after transferring from the Lawrenceville School has proved to be a good move. “I love the team, they are…

Sparked by Senior Star Travers’ Move to Forward PDS Field Hockey Tops Hun, Gets on Winning Roll

Mary Travers’ thoughts were centered on one present as she celebrated her 18th birthday last Thursday. With her Princeton Day School field hockey team mired in a three-game losing streak,…

Finding Home at Forward After Semester in India, Stevenson Emerging as Weapon for Hun Boys’ Soccer

Last fall, Tucker Stevenson was about 7,000 miles away from the Hun School boys’ soccer team as he did a semester in India. While Stevenson enjoyed that journey, he is…

Hun Field Hockey Needs to Become Goal Hungry In Order to Produce Another Stirring Late Run

After starting the season with three close losses, the Hun School field hockey team appeared to be turning the corner as it hosted Princeton Day School last Thursday. Building on…

Squandering a 22-3 Halftime Advantage, Tiger Football Falls to Lehigh in Opener

In 2012, the Princeton University football team opened its season by falling behind 17-0 to Lehigh at halftime. In the second half, the Tigers mounted a furious rally only to…

Heading West With 6-0 Record and Ranked No. 13, PU Men’s Water Polo Excited About Its Prospects

It didn’t take long for Luis Nicolao to realize that his Princeton University men’s water polo team might be something special this year. Hosting its annual Invitational at DeNunzio Pool…