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Former PDS Star Epstein Enjoyed Special Spring; Capping Middlebury Lax Career With Final 4 Run

It was a message that Hannah Epstein and her teammates on the Middlebury College women’s lacrosse team saw everyday this spring. “We sat at the captains’ house before the season…

Mitko’s Leadership, Playmaking for PHS Earns Him Spot in Sunshine Football Game

After enduring a 0-10 season in his junior year on the Princeton High football team in 2010, Alex Mitko was looking forward to the season opener at Northern Burlington last…

Following in Footsteps of Older Brother, PHS’s Barsamian Playing in Sunshine Football

Two summers ago, Jeff Barsamian enjoyed the action at the Sunshine Football Classic all-star game, sitting in the stands at The College of New Jersey as his older brother, Trevor,…

With Eisenberg Showing His Versatility, Post 218 Baseball Gets on Winning Track

It may have been early evening but the temperature was hovering in the 90s last Thursday as pitcher Jacob Eisenberg toed the rubber for the Princeton Post 218 American Legion…

Levy Displays Polished Offensive Game As PYS Pulls Stunner in Summer Hoops

Lior Levy and the Princeton Youth Sports (PYS) team knew they faced a stern challenge when they took on the PA Blue Devils last Monday in the Recreation Department Summer…

Hubbard Selected to U.S. Lacrosse Hall of Fame; Cementing His Place in Lore of the Game, PU History

The numbers speak for themselves when it comes to Jesse Hubbard’s place in lacrosse history. During his career with the Princeton University men’s lacrosse program from 1995-98, the sharp-shooting Hubbard…

Columbia Alum Griffith Finding Home at PU; Moving Up to Coaching Post for Women’s Hoops

As Megan Griffith wrapped up her high school basketball career 10 years ago and considered her options for college ball, playing in the Ivy League wasn’t high on her list.…

Curtis Adds to Family’s Springfield Legacy Wrapping Up Track Career as All-American

Kelly Curtis is well aware of her family’s special athletic legacy at Springfield College. Her father, John was an All-American split end for the Massachusetts school in 1970 while her…

PDS’s Linzmayer Shows Her Versatility, Drive Competing in Rowing and Hockey Nationals

Hockey has been Robin Linzmayer’s passion since grade school but getting hurt on the ice two winters ago helped her find another sporting love. “I injured the meniscus in my…

University Radiology Starts Well in Summer Hoops As It Looks to Prove that 2011 Title Was No Fluke

Even though the University Radiology team was seeded second entering the playoffs last year in the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball League, many thought the team wasn’t ready for…