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Senior Star Blosser Seals the Deal in Win Over Penn As PU Women’s Soccer Wins Ivies, Earns NCAA Trip

With the Princeton University women’s soccer team locked in a 3-2 dogfight last Saturday against visiting Penn and an undefeated Ivy League season on the line, the ball bounced to…

Failing to Close Out Game for 2nd Straight Week, PU Football Falls to Penn as Ivy Title Hopes Dim

On paper, the Princeton University football team held a marked statistical edge as it hosted Penn last Saturday. The Tigers were ranked second in the Ivy League in both scoring…

After Topping Penn to Complete Perfect Ivy Campaign, No. 2 PU Field Hockey Ready to Pursue NCAA Crown

For the the second-ranked Princeton University field hockey team, its 7-0 win over visiting Penn last Saturday marked the final step in its cakewalk to the Ivy League title. In…

Despite Suffering Some Key Graduation Losses, PU Women’s Hoops Primed for an Ivy Four-peat

Lauren Edwards and Devona Allgood were two of the key building blocks for a Princeton University women’s basketball program that has dominated the Ivy League over the last three winters.…

Aiming to Maintain Program’s Winning Tradition, Tiger Men’s Basketball Has Sights Set on Ivy Title

Mitch Henderson isn’t coy in setting forth what he hopes to see from his Princeton University men’s basketball team this winter. “The expectation is that we are supposed to win…

Focusing on Being More Productive With the Puck, PU Men’s Hockey Facing Cornell in Home Opener

While losing twice in the season-opening Ivy Shootout didn’t hurt the Princeton University men’s hockey team as the games didn’t count in the ECAC Hockey standings, it gave the Tigers…

After One-Week Hiatus Due to Hurricane Sandy, High School Teams Scrambling to Wrap Up Fall Season

The wide swath that Hurricane Sandy cut through the Garden State hit the sporting world as the superstorm wreaked havoc on the local high school athletics schedule just as the…

Achieving Goal of Ending on High Note, PDS Girls’ Tennis Earns Prep B Crown

In 2011, the Princeton Day School girls’ tennis team won the team title at the Mercer County Tournament but faltered at the state Prep B tourney. After falling short of…

PU Football Comes Up Just Short in Loss at Cornell, Now Faces Pivotal Ivy Clash Against Visiting Penn

In the wake of the Princeton University football team’s miraculous fourth quarter comeback in its recent win over Harvard, Bob Surace sounded a note of caution. As he reflected on…

PU Men’s Soccer Edged 1-0 at Cornell, Ivy Title Hopes Hanging by a Thread

As the Princeton University men’s soccer team prepared for a pivotal Ivy League contest at Cornell, the Tigers faced a series of challenges. In addition to dealing with the stress…