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After Posting a Disappointing 4-9-4 Record Last Fall, PDS Girls’ Soccer Primed to Resume Winning Ways

After a superb four-year stretch that saw the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team go 49-23-3 with two state Prep B titles, the program hit some hard times last fall.…

After Taking Lumps with Freshman-Laden Team, Stuart Field Hockey Should Gain From Experience

Even though the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team won only three games last fall, the players didn’t get discouraged. “Granted we went 3-14-1 but the girls didn’t come…

Bucking Family Trend of Competing for Harvard Teams, PDS Alum Jenkins Staying Home for Tiger Field Hocke

In 2009, Mariel Jenkins headed to Harvard to join the school’s women’s lacrosse team after a stellar career at Princeton Day School. Two years later, her younger sister, Sydney, followed…

After Completing Family Trip Around the World, PU Soccer Alum Marsch Returns to Alma Mater

Jesse Marsch and his young family recently returned from the trip of a lifetime, traveling around the world for five months and visiting 29 countries. As the former Princeton University…

Making Sudden Impact for Hamilton Football, PHS Alum Mitko Aiming to Be Game Changer

During his senior season with Princeton High football team in 2011, Alex Mitko gave a vivid display of his leadership and grit. Mitko started the year at quarterback and led…

PHS Alum Levy Adds Chapter to Rich Family History, Earning Maccabiah Gold on the Way to F&M Hoops

As Lior Levy prepared this summer to start his basketball career at Franklin and Marshall, he embarked on an overseas hoops adventure that both sharpened his skills and added a…

Former PHS Star Watts Bringing Versatility In Making Debut for Amherst Field Hockey

During her grade school years, Sydney Watts’ favorite recreational activity was riding horses. But things changed for Watts when she entered the John Witherspoon Middle School in the fall of…

After Solid Debut for Connecticut College Field Hockey, PDS Alum Ozarowski Primed for Sophomore Campaign

Carly Ozarowski kept her options open when she began considering college field hockey programs a few years back. “I started thinking about it sophomore year and it became more concrete…

In the Wake of Helping U.S. 4 Take 3rd at U23 Worlds, Gillis Primed to Lead PU Heavyweight Crew to Big Year

For Will Gillis, competing at the Royal Henley Regatta in 2009 outside of London with the Green Lake Crew club as a high schooler changed the course of his rowing…

Benefitting From Second Stint at Devils Summer Camp, Ambrosia Sees Big Winter Ahead for PU Men’s Hockey

Growing up as an ice hockey star in Chatham, N.J., Mike Ambrosia closely followed two teams in his home state. “One of my older cousins went to Princeton and growing…