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With Grant in 2nd Year at Head Coach, Stuart Lax Expecting to Make Progress

For Caitlin Grant, things are running like clockwork in her second season as the head coach of the Stuart Country Day School lacrosse team. “I think last year was a…

Tiger Women’s Hoops Heading to Texas, Will Face Florida State in NCAA Opener

Last March, the Princeton University women’s basketball team took a ninth seed into the NCAA tournament and lost a 67-64 heartbreaker to No. 8 Kansas State. On Monday evening, four-time…

Callahan Refuses To Be Derailed by Foot Injuries, Anchors PU Men’s Track to NCAA Relay Title

As Peter Callahan waited to get the baton for his 1,600-meter anchor leg in the distance medley relay (DMR) earlier this month at the NCAA Indoor Championships, he went through…

With Junior Strabo Starring at Shortstick Middie, PU Men’s Lax Answering Defensive Questions

Jack Strabo knows that he is not going to draw the spotlight through his role as a shortstick defensive midfielder for the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team but he isn’t…

Heading South for Annual Spring Break Jaunt, PU Baseball Sees Trip as Rehearsal for Ivy Play

Although the Princeton University baseball team dropped three of four games at Stetson earlier this month in its second weekend of action this season, Scott Bradley drew a lot of…

Winter Review: PDS Boys’ Hoops Star Reed, PHS Girl Swimmers Get Nod as Town Topics’ Leading Winter Performers

Last winter, Davon Reed had to deal with a lot of hoopla as the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball star was the object of an intense recruiting battle among several…

Showing Special Resilience, Upbeat Mentality, PHS Girls’ Hockey Endured Tough Campaign

Even though the Princeton High girls’ hockey team went winless this winter, Christian Herzog saw a special toughness in his players. “We were like the Joe Pesci character (Nicky Santoro)…

PDS Girls’ Ice Hockey On the Upswing, Aiming to Become a Force in WIHLMA

Even though the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team won 10 games for the second straight season, Lorna Gifis Cook believes her squad made progress this winter. “Overall, I was…

Displaying the Resolve That Exemplifies Senior Group, Polansky Helps PU Women’s Hoops to 4th Ivy Crown

  In one respect, Lauren Polansky has experienced an agonizing winter in her final season with the Princeton University women’s basketball team. The gritty point guard and two-time Ivy League…

Failing to Capitalize on Scoring Opportunities, PU Men’s Hockey Falls to Cornell in Playoffs

Rob Kleebaum and his teammates on the Princeton University men’s hockey team worked hard to earn home ice for the opening round of the ECAC Hockey playoffs. “I thought our…