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With Sophomore Keller Emerging as a Star, PU Baseball Opens Ivy Title Defense in Style

As a freshman last spring, Alec Keller was part of the supporting cast for a Princeton University baseball team that came through with the Ivy League title. Adjusting to college…

Late Rally by PU Women’s Lax Falls Short As Tigers Lose 13-12 to Cornell in Overtime

Chris Sailer wasn’t surprised to see her Princeton University women’s lacrosse team locked in a nailbiter against visiting Cornell last Saturday. “Cornell has nine seniors out there; they have experience…

Tiger Men’s Heavyweight Crew Wins Opener, Primed for Childs Cup Test Against Penn, Columbia

Greg Hughes wasn’t expecting anything fancy when his Princeton University men’s heavyweight first varsity started its 2012 regular season campaign by hosting Georgetown and Syracuse last Saturday on Lake Carnegie.…

Battle-Tested PHS Baseball on Same Page; Believes Experience Factor Will Be Pivotal

Dave Roberts is confident that he is on the same page with his players on the Princeton High baseball team as the squad heads into the 2012 season. “This is…

After Struggling Through Transition Year, PDS Baseball Ready to Make a Big Jump

Working a bunch of new players into its lineup last spring, the Princeton Day School baseball team went through a transition phase. After struggling to a 4-14 mark in 2011,…

PDS Softball Program Short on Numbers But Long on Pluck in Fighting Uphill Battle

It was the top of the fifth inning last Thursday and the Princeton Day School softball team trailed 13-1 as it hosted Morrisville High (Pa.) in its season opener. But…

After Late Surge to Prep A Crown Last Spring, Hun Baseball Aims to Pick Up Where It Left Off

In 2011, the Hun School baseball team saved its best for last. Going through a 2-3 stretch in the middle of the season, the Raiders caught fire and rode that…

With Stuart Lax Ushering in Youth Movement, New Coach Grant Focusing on Fundamentals

As a freshman at Notre Dame High in 2002, Caitlin Grant decided to give lacrosse a try. Grant took to the game and went on to have a fine career…

Demonstrating Composure and Persistence, PU Men’s Lax Edges Yale in 5-OT Thriller

When the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team dropped a 1-goal decision to North Carolina earlier this month, Chris Bates pointed to the Tigers’ lack of composure in the clutch as…

Putting 2011 Disappointment in Rear View Mirror, Princeton Men’s Lightweights Top Navy in Opener

The 2011 postseason left a bitter taste for a proud Princeton University men’s lightweight program that is used to performing its best when it matters most. After having swept the…