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Tiger Women’s Lax Edged by Duke in OT at NCAAs, But Loss Doesn’t Diminish Strides Made by Program

Earlier in the spring, the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team appeared overmatched as it fell to such powerful non-conference foes as Georgetown and Maryland. But catching fire, the Tigers won…

With Andres Becoming a Defensive Force, PHS Boys’ Lacrosse Rolls Into MCT Semis

It took a while for Jackson Andres to develop a comfort level last spring in his freshman season on the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team. “Last year I was a…

After Breaking Through With 10th Win, PHS Softball Tops Hightstown in MCT

For the Princeton High softball team, 10 was the magic number this spring. After having tied the program single-season record for victories with nine wins in 2012, PHS had its…

Gaining Valuable Experience at County Meet, Youthful PHS Girls’ Track 7th in Standings

After guiding his Princeton High girls’ track squad to the team title last spring at the Mercer County Championships, Jim Smirk had different goals coming into this year’s meet last…

Hun Boys’ Lax Falls in Prep A Final But Headed in the Right Direction

Even though the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team trailed Lawrenceville 17-6 last Monday with under two minutes left in the fourth quarter of the state Prep A championship game, Greg…

Riding Superb Mound Effort From McManimon, PDS Baseball Wins 1-0 in Prep B Quarterfinals

Coming into its state Prep B quarterfinal contest last Monday against visiting Montclair Kimberley Academy (MKA), the Princeton Day School baseball team seemed destined for a quick exit. PDS brought…

Lisk Making Most of Final Campaign at PDS; Helping Panthers Boys’ Lax to Big Postseason

As Bump Lisk and his teammates on the Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse  took the field from the team’s Senior Day game against Blair Academy last Wednesday, they brought a…

After Getting Picked by KC Chiefs in NFL Draft, Tiger Standout Catapano Primed for Mini-Camp

In January, Mike Catapano knew he had to stand out on the practice field as he took part in the 88th annual East-West Shrine all-star college football game in St.…

Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Tops Cornell in Ivy Semis But Loses to Yale in Title Game, Shut Out of NCAAs

Even though his Princeton University men’s lacrosse team ended regular season play by falling 17-11 to Cornell on April 27, Chris Bates sensed things would be different when the teams…

Taking a Major Step in Bounce-Back Season, PU Women’s Lightweights Place 2nd in Sprints

Paul Rassam knew that his Princeton University women’s lightweight crew was going to hit some choppy water last spring. “I think some coaches are afraid to use the word rebuilding…