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Junior Standout Hoy Enjoys Superb Weekend, But PU Baseball Goes 1-3 in First Ivy Action

After the Princeton University baseball team fell 4-3 to Brown early Sunday afternoon in its Ivy League opening doubleheader, the Tigers were determined to make amends in the nightcap. “If…

Sophomore Doherty Catches Fire with 7-Goal Week As Princeton Women’s Lax Splits With Cal, Delaware

Through the first seven games of the season, Anna Doherty had scored just two goals for the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team. Then last Wednesday, the sophomore midfielder from nearby…

With McLean Following in Smith’s Footsteps, PHS Girls’ Lax Tops Hun for 1st Win of 2015

Over the last few years, when one watched the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse  team, the No. 17 shirt was sure to catch the eye. The player wearing that jersey, gritty…

Featuring Core of Quality Performers, PHS Baseball Hoping for Solid Season

While the Princeton High baseball program doesn’t have strength in numbers, it boasts some talented players. “We are limited in depth, we only have 29 kids in the whole program,”…

With Lineup Full of Returning Starters, PHS Softball Primed to Improve in 2015

Considering the obstacles the Princeton High softball team has faced dealing with this wintry preseason, it is a good thing that the team features a core of seasoned veterans. “With…

Assuming Reins of PDS Boys’ Lax Program, D’Andrea Primed to Maintain Winning Ways

After serving as the assistant coach for the Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team for the last three years, Rich D’Andrea doesn’t have to make drastic changes as he assumes…

With Aslanian Making Immediate Impact, Hun Boys’ Lax Produces Sizzling 3-0 Start

Chris Aslanian and the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team didn’t show any opening day jitters as they started their season by hosting Don Bosco last Wednesday. With post graduate Aslanian…

Boasting Depth Around the Diamond, Hun Baseball Sees Chemistry as Key

As Bill McQuade enters his 45th season guiding the Hun School baseball team, that wealth of experience should come in handy as he looks to utilize the ample supply of…

Bringing Winning Mentality From PHS Tenure, O’Gorman Excited to Take Helm of Stuart Lax

For Kelsey O’Gorman, it has been an easy move, literally and figuratively, to take the helm of the Stuart Country Day School lacrosse program. O’Gorman, the former head coach of…

Historic Run Comes to End for PU Women’s Hoops, But 31-1 Team’s Legacy Unaffected by NCAA Loss

If there was any doubt that the Princeton University women’s basketball team had captured the imagination of those far and near with its 30-0 regular season, the scene at the…