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Coach Bailey Focusing on Fundamentals In Taking Helm of PDS Girls’ Basketball

Kamau Bailey is a basketball lifer. Bailey was a high school hoops star in Denver, Colo. before going on to play at NYU. After graduation, he worked for the New…

After 2 Straight 10-Victory Seasons, PDS Girls’ Hockey Raising the Bar

While the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team has established itself as a solid program, Lorna Gifis Cook is setting the bar higher for her squad this winter. “I think…

Hun Boys’ Hockey Welcoming New Faces But Poised to Continue Winning Tradition

Although the Hun School boys’ hockey team is experiencing some major roster turnover, Ian McNally is bringing a lot of confidence into the winter. “We lost seven seniors, two post-graduates,…

Coming Off MAPL Championship Campaign, Hun Boys’ Hoops Has Potential for Another Run

Coming together at the right time, the Hun School boys’ basketball team produced a memorable stretch drive last winter. The Raiders won the Mid-Atlantic Prep League (MAPL) tournament and advanced…

Featuring Roster Stocked With Speed, Skill, Hun Girls’ Hoops Looking to Run and Gun

The hurry-up offense has become the rage at all levels of football and the Hun School girls’ basketball team is planning to take a page out of the gridiron playbook…

Tiger Football Falls to Dartmouth in Finale But Takes Pride in Championship Campaign

When the Princeton University football team fell behind 21-0 at Dartmouth last Saturday, it wasn’t fazed. After all, Princeton had rallied from a 17-0 deficit at Brown in October and…

Freshman Goalie Phinney Shows Poise, Growth As PU Men’s Hockey Splits With No. 5 Quinnipiac

Colton Phinney faced a big challenge last Friday as he made the third start of his career for the Princeton University men’s hockey team. The freshman goalie was between the…

With Junior Guard Hazel Finding His Form, Tiger Men’s Basketball Produces 3-1 Start

Ben Hazel and the Princeton University men’s basketball team got off to a slow start last Wednesday against visiting Lafayette. Princeton trailed the Leopards 36-31 at halftime as junior guard…

Tiger Women’s Hockey Endures Rough Weekend, Will Need to Show Toughness on Trip to Minnesota

It didn’t take long for things to go awry when the Princeton University women’s hockey team hosted No. 8 Clarkson last Friday. The Tigers yielded a goal 29 seconds into…

PU Field Hockey Saved Its Best for Last; Taking Winding Path to NCAA Quarters

While the Princeton University field hockey team had a bull’s eye on its back this fall as defending national champions, the players didn’t view that as a burden. “They are…