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Sparked by Hallowell’s Relentless Play at Midfield, Stuart Field Hockey Headed in the Right Direction

Over her first two years with the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team, Amy Hallowell helped anchor the Tartan backline. This fall, junior Hallowell has moved up to the…

With Freshman Sanner Emerging as Key Weapon, PU Men’s Soccer Tops Dartmouth to Extend Streak

Thomas Sanner has been looking forward to getting his first taste of Ivy League men’s soccer for a few years. The Indianapolis, Ind. native has followed the career of his…

Showing Belief in Producing Breakout Effort, PU Football Routs Columbia 33-6 in Ivy Opener

While the naysayers may have been bashing the Princeton University football team after it blew a late lead in losing 21-20 to Georgetown on September 21 and falling to 0-2,…

After Forging Underdog Tale for UMass Hockey; PYHA Alum Moore Looking to Make Pro Ranks

It only lasted 1:34 on senior night for the University of Massachusetts men’s ice hockey team but it made years of toil and perseverance worthwhile for Kevin Moore. For Moore,…

Sparked by Smith’s Versatility, Clutch Play, PHS Girls’ Soccer Rounding Into Superb Form

Dana Smith played sweeper along the back line for much of the game as the Princeton High girls’ soccer team hosted Hamilton last Thursday. But when Hamilton scored a goal…

Displaying Depth in Dealing With Adversity, PHS Boys’ Cross Country Wins at Passaic Meet

With senior star Luke Bozich sidelined by an ankle injury, the Princeton High boys’ cross country team faced an uphill battle as they competed in the Passaic County Coaches Invitational…

Lifted by Quigley’s Offensive Production; PDS Field Hockey Cruises Past Blair 5-0

After losing to Lawrenceville last Thursday to suffer their first defeat of the season, Emma Quigley and her teammates on the Princeton Day School field hockey squad knew they had…

With Breander-Carr Back to Full Speed, Hun Girls’ Soccer Gaining Momentum

Olivia Breander-Carr wasn’t quite at full speed last fall for the Hun School girls’ soccer team after suffering an ACL injury in 2010. This season, though, the junior midfielder/defender is…

Finding a Nice Rhythm in Transition Game, Hun Field Hockey Gets on Winning Streak

When the Hun School field hockey team started the season with a 1-0 loss to WW/P-S, it looked like its defense was ahead of the offense. But the Raider attack…

PU Football Suffers Crushing Loss to Georgetown; Vows to Bounce Back for Ivy Opener at Columbia

For DiAndre Atwater, getting a shot at playing running back for the Princeton University football team as it hosted Georgetown last Friday night was special on many levels. Freshman Atwater,…