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Displaying Scoring Balance, Stifling Defense, PU Men’s Water Polo Produces Superb 8-1 Start

Things started on a down note for the Princeton University men’s water polo team as it competed in its first full weekend of Southern Division action. The Tigers fell 10-9…

Smallzman Keys Stifling Defensive Effort As PHS Football Shines in Moving to 2-0

With Harris Field packed last Friday evening as the Princeton High football team played under lights specially brought in for Homecoming festivities, the school’s studio band got the fans on…

Lifted by Dijkgraaf’s Emergence as Key Threat, PHS Boys’ Soccer Looking Like Title Contender

Jurriaan Dijkgraaf and the Princeton High boys’ soccer team appeared to be on cruise control as they jumped out to a 2-0 lead over Ewing last Saturday. “We got off…

Reilly’s Hustle at Midfield Setting Tone As PHS Field Hockey Piling Up Wins

As the Princeton High field hockey team hit the field Saturday to host Stuart Country Day, it was riding a wave of emotion from the weekend’s Homecoming festivities. “We were…

Sparked by Pinheiro’s Skill, Leadership, PDS Boys’ Soccer Showing Improvement

Marco Pinheiro is determined to get the most out of his senior year on the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team. “I am trying to attack more and with the…

With Freshman Borden Making Early Impact, Hun Girls’ Soccer Showing Plenty of Promise

Kara Borden and her teammates on the Hun School girls’ soccer team were out of synch in the early going as they hosted Germantown Academy (Pa.) last week. “In the first…

Stuart Field Hockey Showing Resilience, Aims to Improve Communication, Defense

Playing at powerful Princeton High last Saturday, the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team dug an early hole, yielding a goal in the first five minutes of the contest.…

Taking Care of Business in Smith’s Debut, Hun Football Routs Wyoming Seminary

The Hun School football team approached its season opener at Wyoming Seminary (Pa.) last Saturday like a business trip. “We went out there the night before,” said Hun head coach…

After Producing Ivy Title Campaign Last Fall, Tiger Football Focused on Self-Improvement

In 2013, the Princeton University football team answered the question of whether it was ready to compete for an Ivy League title in resounding fashion. Overpowering its foes by scoring…

After Thriving in Move to Linebacker for PU Football, Senior Co-Captain Zeuli Primed for Memorable Finale

After playing defensive back in his first two seasons with the Princeton University football team, Mike Zeuli was switched to linebacker last fall. It didn’t take long for Zeuli to…