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Starting ECACH Play With Sweep of Cornell, Colgate, PU Women’s Hockey Aims to Stay Hot as It Hosts RIT

Unsettled by some travel issues, the Princeton University women’s hockey team lost its way early in its season opener at Penn State on October 26. The Tigers surrendered two first…

PU Men’s Hockey Goes 0-1-1 on Opening Weekend; New Faces Shine in Coach Fogarty’s Debut at Helm

For the Princeton University men’s hockey team, it was a fresh start in more ways than one as the Tigers opened the season by playing Yale last Friday in the…

Senior Goalie Reimitz Starred in MCT Semis Epic, Making Crucial Saves, Booting in Clinching PK

Laurenz Reimitz prefers a minimum of drama when he is playing goalie for the Princeton High boys’ soccer team. “I usually like a quiet game, it is the one most…

Displaying a Blend of Toughness and Chemistry, PHS Boys’ Soccer Wins MCT Title in PK Shootout

While going into overtime in a championship game can be a nerve-wracking proposition, the Princeton High boys’ soccer team was undaunted as it faced that prospect against Allentown last Saturday…

With Junior Quarterback Beamer on Target, PHS Football Rolls to 43-0 Win at Robbinsville

Cruising past Robbinsville 43-0 last Thursday evening, the Princeton High football team posted its second rout in a matter of days. The previous Saturday, PHS rolled to a 50-0 victory…

PDS Girls’ Soccer Edges Mo-Beard for Prep B Title, Coming Together to Avenge Frustrating 2013 Finale

Abby Atkeson acknowledges that the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team wasn’t on the same page early this fall. “In the beginning of the season, we had a hard time…

Sparked by Maziarz’s Leadership, Production, Hun Girls’ Soccer Advances to Prep A Finals

Ashley Maziarz and her teammates on the Hun School girls’ soccer team were determined to leave it all on the field when they faced Peddie last Thursday in the state…

Continuity Paid Dividends for Stuart Tennis As Battle-Tested Tartans Enjoyed Solid Fall

Katherine Stoltenberg had a comfort level with the Stuart Country Day School tennis team right from the start this fall. “We didn’t graduate anybody,” said Stuart head coach Stoltenberg. “Everyone…

Producing Three Top-10 Finishes at Head of Charles, Mercer Rowing Solidifies Standing as Elite Program

In crew circles, the venerable Head of Charles in Boston is one of the premier events on the calendar, often called the biggest regatta in the world as it annually…

With McSherry Coming Up Big Despite Sore Ankle, Tiger Men’s Soccer Edges Harvard, Stays in Ivy Race

After starting the first 12 games of the season, Brendan McSherry found himself on the bench for the Princeton University men’s soccer team as it hosted Harvard last Saturday evening.…