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Senior Rasheed Focusing on Wins, Not Milestones As PU Women’s Hoops on Track for 4th Ivy Title

Niveen Rasheed’s shot was off last weekend but that didn’t upset the senior star for the Princeton University women’s basketball team. Although Rasheed hit just 11-of-36 shots for a 30…

Freshman Deardorff Displays Competitive Fire As PHS Girls’ Swimming Goes Down Fighting

Madeleine Deardorff and her teammates on the Princeton High girls’ swimming team looked forward to the challenge posed by Chatham last Thursday in the Public B Central Jersey sectional finals.…

With Andronov Developing Comfort Level, Speed, PHS Boys’ Swimming Wins 5th Straight Sectional

For Daniel Andronov, joining the Princeton High boys’ swimming team last year as a junior proved fortuitous on many levels. The quiet Andronov, who transferred from Edison High, enjoyed the…

Sparked by Okorodudu’s Breakout Efforts, PDS Boys’ Hoops Advances in Prep B, MCT

For Chris Okorodudu, joining the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team this winter as a junior has proven to be an inspired move. “It has been great; it has been…

PDS Boys’ Hockey Wraps Up Winter to Remember As Senior Standouts Leave Indelible Mark on Program

Cody Triolo and Rob Colton took different journeys but arrived at the same destination last week after the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team played its last game this season…

With Goalie Mase Riding Emotional High, PDS Girls’ Hockey Takes 4th at WIHLMA

Daisy Mase lost a lot of sleep after she transferred to the Princeton Day School in the fall of 2010 and became the starting goalie for the PDS girls’ hockey…

Sparked by Sizzling Play From Goalie Condon, Tiger Men’s Hockey Sweeps Colgate, Cornell

  Coming into last weekend’s trip north to Colgate and Cornell, the Princeton University men’s hockey team hadn’t exactly been road warriors. The Tigers went 1-7-3 in their first 11…

Hummer Moves Up PU Men’s Hoops Scoring List But Tigers See Ivy Home Winning Streak Snapped

Ian Hummer moved up two spots on the career scoring list for the Princeton University men’s basketball team last Friday as the Tigers hosted Brown. The senior forward scored 15…

Senior Standout Cooke Saving Her Best for Last As PU Women’s Hockey Fights for Playoff Spot

After scoring a total of 11 goals in her first three seasons on the Princeton University women’s hockey team, Kelly Cooke has saved her best for last. The gritty 5’1…

PHS Boys’ Hoops Focusing on Fundamentals As It Girds for County, State, Tournament Play

For the Princeton High boys’ basketball team, last week proved to be a good preview of the challenges it will face in postseason play. PHS started the week by rallying…