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Having Made History as Legendary Princeton Athlete, Mollie Marcoux Named as School’s First Female AD

When she was a senior at Princeton University in 1990-91, Mollie Marcoux wrote her thesis on the history of women in sports. The choice of subject was appropriate in view…

With Cutting Enjoying an Unforgettable Senior Day, PU Women’s Lax Tops Dartmouth to Win Ivy Crown

The chant could be heard throughout one end of Class of 1952 Stadium last Saturday after Princeton University women’s lacrosse team topped Dartmouth. The Princeton players repeatedly hollered “Ivy Champs,…

Senior Standout Rigler Leading Diversified Attack As PU Women’s Water Polo Aims for CWPA Title

Katie Rigler got an eye-opening experience this fall in preparing for her senior season with the Princeton University women’s water polo team. The Fullerton, Calif. native took part in the…

Senior Star Keller Going Out on a High Note As PU Baseball Wraps Up Season This Week

When the Princeton University baseball team won its first four Ivy League games this spring, Alec Keller wasn’t surprised. “We knew we were going to be good,” said Princeton senior…

Furious Rally Comes Up Short for PU Men’s Lax As Tigers Fall to Harvard, Lose Shot at Ivy Tourney

For the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team, losing 9-8 at Harvard last Saturday was a punch to the gut. Falling behind 7-1, Princeton made a valiant rally but came up…

Despite Hitting the Road Most of Spring, PHS Baseball Heading in Right Direction

Things seemed out of whack last Wednesday at Steinert High’s Rich Giallella Field as the Princeton High baseball team was clad in their home white uniforms and batted last. There…

Sparked by Blake’s Production, Leadership, Hun Softball Growing Into Confident Club

For Julia Blake, staying in the present has helped her produce some big moments this spring for the Hun School softball team. Last Thursday, with Hun locked in a 0-0…

Stuart Lacrosse Drops 13-12 Nailbiter to Hun; Sees Loss as Evidence of Big Things to Come

When the Stuart Country Day School lacrosse team played the Hun School in 2012, it wasn’t much of a contest as the Tartans fell 17-6 to their crosstown rivals. Things…

With Fletcher Developing Into Offensive Force, PDS Boys’ Lacrosse Primed for Stretch Drive

Even though he is just a sophomore, Connor Fletcher knew that he had to step up this spring for the Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team. With PDS losing eight…

Fueled by Orban’s Clutch Finishing Touch, PU Men’s Lacrosse Posts 2 Critical Victories

Having lost a pair of one-goal games in the last two weeks of March, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team was moments away from another excruciating defeat as it hosted…

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