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Former Hun Star Ford Displays His Versatility, Sparking Princeton Baseball to Sweep of Brown

Mike Ford showed his flair for multi-tasking on the diamond as the Princeton University baseball team swept visiting Brown in an Easter Sunday doubleheader. In Game 1, junior Ford, a…

With Senior Midfielder Davis Coming Up Big, No. 14 PU Women’s Lax Moves to 3-0 in Ivy Play

Charlotte Davis is focused on making her senior season with the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team something special. “I think it has been since 2004 when we won the Ivy…

PU Women’s Open Crew Passes Early Test But Has Plenty of Room for Improvement

Lori Dauphiny knew that her Princeton University women’s open crew first varsity faced a good test last weekend in its season-opening regatta. Hosting Ohio State and longtime Ivy League rival…

PHS Boys’ Lax Will Be a Work in Progress; Confident of Jelling Into Something Special

While things have been unsettled for the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team in the preseason, Peter Stanton is confident things will come together for the squad as the weather warms…

With O’Gorman Thriving in Move to Head Coach, PHS Girls’ Lax Primed to Continue Winning Ways

It didn’t take long for Kelsey O’Gorman to feel comfortable in her role as the new head coach of the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team. “I was an assistant coach…

Boasting Mix of Experience, Solid Newcomers, PHS Softball Poised for Breakthrough Season

Last spring, the Princeton High softball team took some major steps in the right direction. The Little Tigers matched the program record for single-season victories with nine and won a…

After Stirring Run to MCT Title Game Last Spring, PDS Boys’ Lax Has High Expectations for 2013

Rob Tuckman didn’t want to leave anyone behind when he took his Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team to Hilton Head, S.C. in mid-March for its annual preseason trip. “I…

Hun Boys’ Lacrosse Struggles in Opener But New Coach Whitlow Sees Promise

Opening the season against Springside Chestnut Hill Academy (Pa.) and playing its first game under new head coach M.V. Whitlow, the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team showed a stingy defense…

Sanborn Moving Up to Helm of Hun Girls’ Lax, Looking to Teach Lessons On and Off the Field

After serving as an assistant coach for the Hun School girls’ lacrosse team the last two years, Haley Sanborn is enjoying a smooth transition in taking the helm of the…

Cold Shooting Dooms PU Women’s Basketball As Tigers Fall 60-44 to Florida State in NCAAs

Courtney Banghart experienced an uncomfortable feeling of deja vu as her Princeton University women’s basketball team trailed Florida State 31-19 at halftime last Sunday in the opening round of the…