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Senior Meland Has Superb Game in Baker Finale But PU Men’s Hockey Drops Heartbreaker to Yale

For Eric Meland and his classmates on the Princeton University men’s hockey team, there was a short-term goal when they took the ice at Baker Rink for Senior Night. “We…

Going From Field Hockey Goalie to Star Attacker, Frosh Gersoff Helps PU Women’s Lax Win Opener

Last fall, Anya Gersoff did her best to thwart shooters as a goalie for the Princeton University field hockey team. Freshman Gersoff yielded only one goal in a back-up role…

PU Women’s Hockey Falters Late at Yale; Loss Snaps 11-Year ECACH Playoff Streak

For the Princeton University women’s hockey team, the task last weekend was clear. If the Tigers won their games at Brown and Yale, they would clinch eighth place in the…

PHS Boys’ Swimming Shows Competitive Fire But Rally Falls Just Short in State Semis Loss

Even though the Princeton High boys’ swimming team was rarely tested as it cruised to the state Public B semifinals, Greg Hand made sure that his swimmers kept focused. “The…

With Senior Levy Enjoying Solid Final Season, PHS Boys’ Hoops Aiming for State Tourney Run

For Lior Levy, things have come together in his senior season with the Princeton High boys’ basketball team. The 6’8 center is averaging a team-high 14.0 points a game for…

PDS Boys’ Hoops Drops Nailbiter in Prep B Final But Reed’s Heroics Lifted Panthers Into Spotlight

Davon Reed hit the floor soon after the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team fell 47-45 to host Pennington last Thursday in the state Prep B championship game. The senior…

Sparked by Senior Stalwarts Szeker and Vukasin, Hun Boys’ Hockey Team Wins IHL Championship

After having lost in double overtime to Pennington in the Independence Hockey League (IHL) championship game last winter, the Hun School boys’ hockey team was on a mission this season…

Losing Defensive All-Americans to Graduation, Princeton Men’s Lax Will Need Offense to Shine

  They were a trio of stars who not only formed the backbone of the defense for the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team but also helped the proud program make…

Learning Lessons From Disappointing 2012 Season, PU Women’s Lax Primed for Return to Postseason

While missing out on postseason play last spring left the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team with an empty feeling, Chris Sailer believes the experience gave her players a fuller appreciation…

Tiger Women’s Squash Falters at Howe Cup Tourney; But Positives Outweigh Minuses in Ivy Title Campaign

Gail Ramsay could sense that there was something special about her Princeton University women’s squash team before the season even began. Taking a trip to South Africa last October, the…