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Producing Stunning 4th Quarter Rally for the Ages, Princeton Football Shocks Harvard, Takes Ivy Lead

When the Princeton University football team played at Harvard last fall, it put 39 points on the board but it wasn’t enough as the Crimson piled up 56. Last Saturday,…

Developing Greater Trust Across the Board, PU Men’s Hockey Aims to Resume Winning Way

For the Princeton University men’s hockey team, rebounding from a frustrating 2011-12 campaign that saw it go 9-16-7 comes down to developing greater trust across the board. Princeton head coach…

With Senior Sheehy Showing Sense of Urgency, PU Women’s Soccer Moves Closer to Ivy Crown

Even though the Princeton University women’s soccer team was knotted in a scoreless draw with visiting Harvard last Saturday evening as the second half started, Tiger senior star Rachel Sheehy…

Princeton Women’s Ice Hockey Opens With 2 Wins; But Needs to Improve as It Hosts Dartmouth, Harvard

The Princeton University women’s ice hockey team didn’t have to wait long to be bailed out by freshman goalie Kimberly Newell. Playing at Rochester Institute of Technology last Friday evening…

PHS Girls’ Tennis Falls Just Short of State Title But Has Bright Future With Bevy of Young Stars

The sun was setting behind the trees ringing the tennis courts at Mercer County Park last Wednesday but the Princeton High girls’ tennis team battled on as it faced Mendham…

PHS Freshman Rosca Makes Smashing Debut; Starring at Top of Singles Lineup for Little Tigers

Christina Rosca may be just a freshman but she holds herself to a high standard. After beating Hopewell Valley’s Natalie Kawalec 6-2, 6-2 last week in first singles in the…

Despite Doubts About Prospects for PHS Girls’ Tennis, Senior Captain Cahill-Sanidas Enjoys Dream Season

Maddie Cahill-Sanidas feared that her senior campaign with the Princeton High girls’ tennis team was going to be a rough ride. “Honestly, coming into the season, I wasn’t thinking we…

Progressing From Benchwarmer to Senior Standout, Goldsmith Helps PHS Boys’ Soccer Win MCT Opener

In 2011, Jeremy Goldsmith rode the bench as the Princeton High boys’ soccer team won the Mercer County Tournament. Last Friday, senior midfielder Goldsmith starred as fourth-seeded PHS rolled to…

With Young Runners Making Big Impact, PHS Girls’ Cross Country Enjoying Success

Coming into this fall, Jim Smirk knew that he needed some young runners to come through in order for his Princeton High girls’ cross country team to maintain its winning…

Triggered by Goldman’s Deadly Finishing Touch, Top-Seeded PDS Field Hockey Rolls in MCT Opener

Emily Goldman and her teammates on the Princeton Day School field hockey weren’t about to take Nottingham lightly when the two teams met last Friday in the opening round of…