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Princeton Women’s Soccer Wins NCAA Opener; Looks to Keep Rolling as It Battles Marquette

Even though the Princeton University women’s soccer team brought an 11-game winning streak into its NCAA opening round game at West Virginia, the host team wasn’t overly impressed. “I think…

Freshman Star Zajac Makes Immediate Impact; Helping Tiger Men’s Hockey to Weekend Sweep

For most hockey players, a year or two of junior hockey after high school is a prerequisite to success on the ice at the college level. Michael Zajac is proving…

After PU Men’s Hoops Deepened Bonds on Trip to Spain Senior Connolly Primed for Special Journey This Winter

Brendan Connolly believes that the Princeton University men’s basketball team gained a lot from its journey this past summer to Spain. “I think we got to work out what you…

After Making Strides Last Winter as Full-Time Starter, Miller Relishing Senior Season for PU Women’s Hoops

Even though the Princeton University women’s basketball team has gone 41-1 in Ivy League play over the last three seasons and was picked first in the league’s 2012-13 media preseason…

Displaying Consistent Work Habits, Team Concept PHS Boys’ Cross Country Wins Sectional Again

While Hurricane Sandy has disrupted life on many levels in the tri-state area over the last two weeks, the Princeton High boys’ cross country team was able to keep on…

Sparked by Brennan’s Tenacity in Midfield, PDS Field Hockey Advances to Prep B Final

Sarah Brennan had extra responsibility on her shoulders last Saturday as the Princeton Day School field hockey team hosted Newark Academy in the state Prep B semifinals. With midfield running…

Senior Star Blosser Seals the Deal in Win Over Penn As PU Women’s Soccer Wins Ivies, Earns NCAA Trip

With the Princeton University women’s soccer team locked in a 3-2 dogfight last Saturday against visiting Penn and an undefeated Ivy League season on the line, the ball bounced to…

Failing to Close Out Game for 2nd Straight Week, PU Football Falls to Penn as Ivy Title Hopes Dim

On paper, the Princeton University football team held a marked statistical edge as it hosted Penn last Saturday. The Tigers were ranked second in the Ivy League in both scoring…

After Topping Penn to Complete Perfect Ivy Campaign, No. 2 PU Field Hockey Ready to Pursue NCAA Crown

For the the second-ranked Princeton University field hockey team, its 7-0 win over visiting Penn last Saturday marked the final step in its cakewalk to the Ivy League title. In…

Despite Suffering Some Key Graduation Losses, PU Women’s Hoops Primed for an Ivy Four-peat

Lauren Edwards and Devona Allgood were two of the key building blocks for a Princeton University women’s basketball program that has dominated the Ivy League over the last three winters.…