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Paced by Lussi’s Scoring Outburst, PU Women’s Soccer Routs Brown

After leading the Princeton University women’s soccer team with 10 goals in 2013 as a freshman, Tyler Lussi found herself in a scoring drought this fall. Lussi scored only one…

Princeton Football Falls 31-30 at Colgate, Aims to Bounce Back as It Hosts Brown

Showing a distressing penchant for falling behind early in games last season even as it went 8-2, a major point of emphasis for the Princeton University football team in 2014…

Rebounding From Disappointing Loss to Dartmouth, PU Men’s Soccer Rallies for Wins over Rutgers, Brown

After suffering a heartbreaking 2-1 overtime loss to Dartmouth in its Ivy League opener on October 4, the Princeton University men’s soccer team could have felt sorry for itself. Instead,…

Making Switch From Soccer to Football, Hawes Emerges as Standout for 5-0 PHS

Joe Hawes didn’t want to spend the fall of his senior year sitting on the bench for the Princeton High boys’ soccer team. Realizing that he had hit a dead…

Sparked by Ealy’s Energy, Skill at Striker, PHS Boys’ Soccer Primed for Tests Ahead

Chase Ealy covered a lot of territory for the Princeton High boys’ soccer team last Thursday as it hosted Nottingham. The senior striker raced up and down the field, making…

PHS Boys’ Cross Country Working Through Injury, Aims to Be at Full Strength for Postseason Events

For Mark Shelley, getting the best out of his Princeton High boys’ cross country team this fall is about marshaling his resources. “We have been battling some injuries over the…

With Senior Star McDonald Catching Fire, PHS Field Hockey Rolling Into Counties

Hampered by a lingering hamstring injury, Campbell McDonald got off to a slow start this fall for the Princeton High field hockey team. But getting up to speed with her…

Trio of Seniors Providing Positive Leadership As PDS Field Hockey Fights Through Rough Fall

Borrowing a page from the U.S. Marines playbook, “the few, the proud” motto applied as the Princeton Day School field hockey team celebrated its Senior Day last week. Through attrition…

Returning to Hun Girls’ Soccer After Hiatus, Barus Making the Most of Senior Campaign

After being plagued by injury in the first two years of her career with the Hun School girls’ soccer team, Becky Barus decided to take a break from the game…

Leach Showing Drive to Win in Final Season, Propelling Hun Field Hockey on Late Surge

Vicki Leach felt things were a little out of synch in the early going as the Hun School field hockey hosted Lawrence last Wednesday. “We were just playing a little messy,…