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PU Softball Has Lost Weekend in New England, Aims to Get Momentum With Columbia Twin Bills

Even though it won three straight games before heading to New England last weekend for doubleheaders at Dartmouth and Harvard, the Princeton University softball team realized that it needed more…

Tiger Men’s Lacrosse Falls at Stony Brook, Looks to Raise Its Game for Ivy Stretch Drive

Coming off a tough 10-8 loss to Brown, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team seemed to be back on the winning track in the early stages of its game at…

Making It Through Challenging Preseason, PHS Boys’ Tennis Primed for Big Spring

Instead of the usual preseason focus on fine-tuning her players’ games and setting a lineup, Sarah Hibbert has faced a different challenge as she has gotten her Princeton High boys’…

Buoyed by Battle-Tested Defensive Unit, PHS Boys’ Lax Produces Promising Start

As the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team looks to rebuild its attack, a seasoned defense has been the squad’s calling card. In getting off to a promising 2-1 start, PHS…

Markey Stars in Goal for PDS Boys’ Lacrosse, Helping Panthers to Victory in D’Andrea’s Debut

After serving as the backup goalie for the Princeton Day School boys’ lacrosse team the last three years, Chris Markey started between the pipes as the Panthers opened the season…

With Senior McManimon Back at Full Strength, PDS Baseball Opens Season With 4 Straight Wins

Cole McManimon is looking to make up for lost time this spring in his senior season with the Princeton Day School baseball team. The Lehigh-bound pitching ace missed most of…

Hun Baseball Stumbles in Loss to Lawrenceville, But McQuade Still Upbeat About Team’s Prospects

Everything clicked for the Hun School baseball team in its season opener at Academy of New Church (Pa.). Hun rolled to a 19-1 victory in the March 30 contest, pounding…

Hun Girls’ Lacrosse Showing Progress; Earns First Win Under New Coach Cook

As the Hun School girls’ lacrosse team prepared for its game against Rutgers Prep last week, it was primed to break into the win column. “We were confident with our…

Sanschagrin Stifles High-Powered Brown But PU Men’s Lax Falls Short in 10-8 Loss

As the ESPNU announcers introduced the television broadcast of the clash between the No. 10 Princeton University men’s lacrosse team and No. 13 Brown last Sunday, the focus was on…

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…