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Falling Just Short of Ivy Crown by 2-1 Loss to Yale, PU Women’s Hockey Turns Focus to ECACH Playoffs

While the Princeton University women’s hockey team has consistently made the ECAC Hockey playoffs, it hasn’t been in the chase for the Ivy League title in years. Coming into this…

Sparked by 5-Goal Outburst From Slifer, PU Women’s Lax Edges Loyola in Opener

Erin Slifer didn’t find an offensive rhythm right away when the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team opened its season by hosting Loyola last Saturday. “I think it took a couple…

PU Men’s Hockey Goes 0-2 in Final Home Weekend, But Senior Kroshus Has Relished College Experience

Coming into the final regular season home weekend of his career with the Princeton University men’s hockey team, Tom Kroshus was hoping for a quick start. Instead, the Tigers fell…

With Senior Defenseman Seelagy Growing Into a Star, Hun Boys’ Hockey Wins 2nd Straight County Crown

When Danny Seelagy joined the Hun School boys’ hockey program as a freshman in 2011, there were only enough players to fill out a varsity team. With coach Ian McNally…

PHS Girls’ Swimming Falls in State Final But Loss Can’t Dim Magnificent Campaign

Tears weren’t being shed by the members of the Princeton High girls’ swimming team last Sunday afternoon on the deck of The College of New Jersey pool even though they…

PHS Boys’ Hockey Loses in MCT Semifinal, Hoping to End Winter on High Note in States

Having lost twice to Notre Dame in the regular season, getting outscored by a combined 13-1 margin, the Princeton High boys’ hockey team was looking to fine-tune things as the…

After Winning Ivy Title, Making NCAA Run Last Year, PU Women’s Lax Raising the Bar Coming Into 2015

The temperatures dipped into the teens last Friday but the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team wasn’t fazed by the prospect of another frigid training session. “We have been outside every…

With Currier Emerging as Potent Midfield Force, Tiger Men’s Lax Tops Manhattan 14-4 in Opener

Hailing from Canada, Zach Currier felt at home as snow fell throughout the second half when the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team opened its season by hosting Manhattan last Saturday.…

Overcoming Big Deficit to Take 2nd Half Lead, Tiger Men’s Hoops Falters Late in Loss to Yale

Hosting Ivy League co-leader Yale last Saturday, the Princeton University men’s basketball team knew it needed a win to make it a three-horse race for the league title at the…

PU Men’s Hockey Posts Undefeated Weekend; Showing Toughness Heading Into Stretch Run

Although the Princeton University men’s hockey team started February by losing 2-0 at Colgate and 4-2 at Cornell, Colton Phinney saw the weekend as a step in the right direction.…