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While Nassau Lemmings Didn’t Have Great Depth, Club Stepped Up in Maintaining Winning Tradition

While the Nassau Swim Club Lemmings didn’t have as much depth as in past summers, the team lived up to the program’s winning tradition. The Lemmings went 4-1 in Princeton…

Fueled by Disappointment at 2011 Rowing Worlds, PU Grad Stone Bounces Back to Make Olympics

Gevvie Stone had the chance to qualify for the Olympics last year in the women’s single sculls but came up agonizingly short. With the top 9 at the 2011 World…

Overcoming Injury and Relishing Underdog Role, PU Crew Alum Hendershot Achieves Olympic Dream

After helping the U.S. women’s four take gold last year at the 2011 World Rowing Championships in Bled, Slovenia, Sara Hendershot seemed to be on course for a shot at…

After Gaining Final Seat on U.S. Lightweight 4, PU Alum Prendes Helps Boat Make London Games

Robin Prendes is deadly serious about his rowing but he acted like a little kid when he qualified for the Olympics in the U.S. men’s lightweight four. “At the end,…

With Horan Maturing Into Top Shortstop, Leader, Post 218 Baseball Surges Down the Homestretch

In the summer of 2009, Beau Horan was a wet-behind-the-ears shortstop, trying to hold his own in his rookie season with the Princeton Post 218 American Legion baseball team. Since…

Propelled by Ettin’s Foul Shooting Prowess, University Radiology Advances in Title Defense

A lot of basketball players, even superstars like LeBron James and Shaquille O’Neal, have struggled when sent to the foul line at crunch time. But former Princeton High and current…

Competing at School, Club, National Level, Monaghan Rising Up the Water Polo Ladder

As a ten-year-old, Sophia Monaghan had her sights set on being a swimming star. But when her NJ Stingrays swim club coach suggested that she try out for the team’s…

After Hamstring Injury Nearly Ended Fencing Career, PU Alum Thompson Making Return Trip to Olympics

After producing a breakthrough performance in the epee at the 2004 Athens Olympics, Soren Thompson was looking to make more history four years later at the Beijing Games. The former…

Going on Hiatus From Princeton Studies, Scanlan Heading to London Olympics in Epee

Susie Scanlan still has three semesters to go before graduating from Princeton University but her U.S. passport is totally marked up and in need of an insert. For St. Paul,…

After Rocky Freshman Debut With Bryant Baseball, Former PDS Star Scott Produces Breakout Season

Jon Scott will long remember getting the initial hit of his Bryant University baseball career. Scott, a former Princeton Day School standout catcher, pounded out an RBI single in a…