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Despite Superb Offensive Display From Ambler, Princeton Men’s Lax Falls 15-9 to Johns Hopkins

Ryan Ambler and his teammates on the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team liked their chances as they headed into the second quarter of their clash with Johns Hopkins last Saturday.…

Hompe Enjoys Breakout Game for PU Women’s Lax, Exploding for 6 Points in OT Defeat to Georgetown

Olivia Hompe struggled to find an offensive rhythm in the first two games of her career with the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team. The highly touted freshman attacker from New…

Thriving in Unaccustomed Spoiler Role, Princeton Men’s Hoops Tops Yale, Brown

Over the last two seasons, Yale has been a major thorn in the side for the Princeton University men’s basketball team. Last year, Yale swept Princeton in the rivals’ two…

Princeton Women’s Hockey Fights to the End, Dropping Nailbiters in Getting Swept by Cornell

On paper, it would appear that the Princeton University women’s hockey team ended the season with a whimper, getting swept in a best-of-three ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series last weekend by…

Rising to the Occasion in State Tournament, PHS Boys’ Hockey Nearly Makes Quarters

Coming into the Public B state tournament, the Princeton High boys’ hockey team brought a chip on its shoulder. “When the seedings came out and we were No. 21 we…

PHS Girls’ Hoops Ends Season on a High Note, Topping Lawrence in MCT Consolation Contest

For Dan Van Hise, seeing his Princeton High girls’ basketball team defeat Lawrence High 35-24 in its season finale was a case of better late than never. “They finally played…

Hun Boys’ Hockey Achieves Title Double, Adding IHL Crown to MCT Championship

When the Hun School boys’ hockey team found itself tied 3-3 with Academy of New Church (Pa.) after two periods in the Independence Hockey League (IHL) title game last week,…

With MacDonald Catching Fire for PU Men’s Lax, Tigers Rally to Beat Hofstra, Gird for No. 7 Hopkin

Coming into its season opener Saturday against visiting Hofstra, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team was looking to its highly touted offense to set the tone. But it was an…

Tiger Men’s Hoops Squanders 1st Half Lead, Faltering Down the Stretch in Loss to Harvard

Pete Miller’s performance mirrored how things went for the Princeton University men’s basketball team as it hosted Harvard last Saturday. In the first half, the freshman forward scored five points…

Tiger Men’s Hockey Has Rough Senior Weekend But Two-Time Captain Berger Relishes PU Career

Jack Berger got his final weekend of action at Baker Rink for the Princeton University men’s hockey team off to a good start. The senior star forward and team captain…