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Making 2nd Trip to NCAA Wrestling Meet, PU’s Ayala Primed for Championship Run

Coming into his freshman year at Princeton University in 2012, Abram Ayala had enjoyed a swift rise in the wrestling world. First competing in the sport as a sophomore at…

No. 13 PU Men’s Lax Posts 17-11 Win at Penn, As Sharpshooting Orban Triggers the Offense

Kip Orban had scored a goal in 29 straight games for the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team until he was held scoreless two weeks ago in an 11-4 loss at…

Displaying a Special Team Chemistry, Tiger Softball Produces Promising Start

Even though the Princeton University softball started its season by losing four of five games at the Florida Atlantic tournament last month, the players displayed a spirit that could carry…

Leaving Coaching to Join U.S. Sledding Program, PHS Alumna Curtis Moving Up Skeleton Ranks

After wrapping up an All-American track career at Springfield College, Kelly Curtis seemed to have found her calling. The former Princeton High track and basketball star took a position as…

PDS Boys’ Hoops Competes to Final Whistle As Coach McLean Wraps Up Superb Tenure

When the Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team faced Hightstown in a Mercer County Tournament consolation game last month, it was not just the season finale, it was the end…

Dealing With Adversity on a Daily Basis, Hun Girls’ Basketball Battled to the End

For the Hun School girls’ basketball team, its regular season game against Peddie in late January was embarrassing. Trailing 40-19 at halftime, the Raiders went on to suffer a 74-40…

Hun Boys’ Hoops Had Plenty of Highlights But Came Up Short in Postseason Action

While the Hun School boys’ basketball team showed flashes of brilliance this winter, it didn’t take the final step. “It was good not great, we did some good things and…

Developing Work Ethic Over Marathon Season, Stuart Hoops Sees Dividends Down the Road

Taking the helm of the Stuart Country Day School basketball program, Justin Leith met with his players before the season to make sure that they were ready to make a…

Wilson Comes Up Big in His Jadwin Finale With Key 3 As PU Men’s Hoops Rallies for Win Over Columbia

Clay Wilson has distinguished himself as a deadeye outside shooter over his four seasons with the Princeton University men’s basketball team. Coming into the regular season home finale against Columbia…

PU Men’s Lax Stifled in 11-4 Loss to Maryland, Determined to Rebound in Ivy Opener at Penn

It was a classic case of an unstoppable force meeting an immovable object when the 10th-ranked Princeton University men’s lacrosse team played at No. 9 Maryland last Saturday. Coming into…