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PU Women’s Hoops Dealing With Injuries But Hopes to Gain From the Experience

When the Princeton University women’s basketball team played at Villanova last Wednesday, the Tigers didn’t show their usual zip in the early going. Digging an early 15-8 hole, the Tigers…

State Title Campaign in the Rear View Mirror, PHS Boys’ Swimmers Excited About New Challenges

Although the Princeton High boys’ swimming team produced a season for the ages last winter, going undefeated on the way to the program’s first state Public B title, the squad…

With Upbeat Senior Group Setting Positive Tone, PHS Girls’ Swimming Showing Competitive Zeal

For the Princeton High girls’ swimming team, posting a solid win over Lawrence last week could portend some big things to come. “I think we did well; we got a…

PHS Girls’ Hoops Makes Progress in Opener As Senior Star Muflam Provides Inspiration

Jocabed Muflam was not about to give up even though the Princeton High girls’ basketball team trailed Hopewell Valley by more than 20 points in the waning moments of last…

PHS Boys’ Hoops Falls in Shelley’s Debut But Displays Plenty of Energy, Resilience

While the Princeton High boys’ basketball team didn’t deliver a win to new head coach Mark Shelley in his debut at the helm of the program last Friday at Hopewell…

Displaying Good Depth, Positive Chemistry, Hun Boys’ Hockey Produces Superb 4-1-1 Start

Last winter ended in disappointing fashion for the Hun School boys’ hockey team as it fell 2-1 to Pennington in overtime in the Independence Hockey League (IHL) title game. Getting…

Hun Girls’ Hoops Showing Positive Attitude As It Battles Through Challenging Schedule

After battling a formidable Lawrenceville squad to a 27-27 standstill at halftime last week, the Hun School girls’ basketball team ran into some adversity in the second half. Having trouble…

Although PU Men’s Hockey Falls Twice to Quinnipiac, Tigers See Plenty of Positives Going Into Winter Break

Jack Berger and his teammates on the Princeton University men’s hockey squad got an up close and personal view last weekend of what is making Quinnipiac one of the hottest…

Losing the Rebounding Battle Down the Stretch, PU Men’s Basketball Falls to Drexel, Drops to 3-5

Boasting a roster with 10 players 6’7 or taller, the Princeton University men’s basketball team believes it should be an inside force this winter. But the Tigers have been held…

PU Women’s Hockey Needs Holiday Break, After Ending 2012 With 3 Straight Defeats

For the Princeton University women’s hockey team, the holiday break couldn’t come at a better time. The Tigers stumbled as they ended the 2012 portion of their schedule, dropping three…