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McBee Comes Up Big in CWPA Title Game But PU Women’s Water Polo Falls to Indiana

Molly McBee thrives under pressure, feeling that high-stakes contests have brought out the best in her as she has starred for the Princeton University women’s water polo team. “In my…

Cousens Ends Career on a High Note, Helping PU Softball to Sweep in Finale

The numbers 21, 19, and 2 were stenciled in purple near first base at the Class of 1895 Field as the Princeton University softball team hosted Cornell last Sunday in…

PU Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Cornell, Extinguishing Hopes for NCAA Bid

The last time the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team met Cornell, the rivals produced a battle for the ages as Princeton prevailed 14-13 in overtime in the 2013 Ivy League…

Senior Star Lopez-Ona Hits 300-Goal Mark; As PHS Girls’ Lacrosse Defeats Allentown

For Emilia Lopez-Ona, getting the 300th career goal in her Princeton High girls’ lacrosse career didn’t come easy. After scoring her fifth goal against visiting Allentown last Thursday with 22:20…

Sparked by Halliday’s Explosive Play, PHS Boys’ Lax Primed for Postseason

Kevin Halliday’s propensity for dazzling runs to goal made him one of the deadliest scorers in recent years for the Princeton High boys’ soccer team. Halliday’s finishing ability caught the…

Devulapalli Guts Out 2nd Place at 2nd Singles; Helping PDS Boys’ Tennis Finish 3rd at MCT

Neeraj Devulapalli was ready to go the distance as he competed in his final Mercer County Tournament for the Princeton Day School boys’ tennis team. After winning his two preliminary…

With Mitchell Stepping Up at 3rd Singles, PHS Boys’ Tennis Places 4th at Counties

Lucas Mitchell got a big surprise last Tuesday when he arrived to compete for the Princeton High boys’ tennis team in the opening day of the Mercer County Tournament. Having…

Shorthanded PDS Baseball Taking Its Lumps, But Sticking Together and Battling to the End

Taking a 4-2 lead into the top of the seventh inning over Gill-St. Bernard’s last Wednesday, the Princeton Day school baseball team was on the verge of a much-needed win.…

Senior Standout Barratt Bringing Positive Energy As Hun Girls’ Lax Goes Through Growing Pains

Bri Barratt and the Hun School girls’ lacrosse team came out firing as they hosted the Mercersburg Academy (Pa.) last Saturday. “Our first two minutes were great; we were up…

Having Made History as Legendary Princeton Athlete, Mollie Marcoux Named as School’s First Female AD

When she was a senior at Princeton University in 1990-91, Mollie Marcoux wrote her thesis on the history of women in sports. The choice of subject was appropriate in view…