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Displaying Team Unity, Strong Work Ethic, No. 7 PU Field Hockey Primed for Big Season

For the Princeton University field hockey team, its daily theme comes down to one word — work. The Tigers are working on playing faster, being better off the ball all…

After Narrowly Missing Ivy Title Last 2 Years, PU Men’s Soccer Determined to Get Over Hump

In each of the last two seasons, the Princeton University men’s soccer team came agonizingly close to winning the Ivy League. In 2012, Princeton posted a 4-1-2 league record but…

Entering Last Season With PU Women’s Soccer, Coach Shackford Hoping for Memorable Finale

Julie Shackford feels like a college senior again as she looks ahead to coaching the Princeton University women’s soccer team this fall. In August, Shackford announced that her 20th campaign…

Boasting Chemistry, Big-Game Experience, PHS Field Hockey Figures to be Powerhouse

Heather Serverson doesn’t have to wait for the season to begin to know that her Princeton High field hockey team is on the same page. PHS features a battle-tested core…

Aiming to Rebound from Subpar Postseason Run, PHS Boys’ Soccer Primed to Achieve Big Things

In 2013, the Princeton High boys’ soccer team displayed flashes of superb play but the proud squad fell short of its usual standard of postseason success. Used to contending for…

With Alum Rodriguez Taking the Helm, PHS Girls’ Soccer Sees Business as Usual

Val Rodriguez (nee Davison) played an integral part in the success of the Princeton High girls’ soccer team from 2000-03. Starring as a tough and skilled sweeper, Rodriguez helped the…

PDS Girls’ Soccer Has Bull’s Eye on Its Back In Wake of Winning First MCT Championship

Coming off a frustrating 4-9-4 season in 2012, the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team didn’t appear to be a championship contender last fall. But producing a dramatic reversal of…

Featuring a Blend of New Faces, Key Veterans PDS Field Hockey Emphasizing Total Team Effort

A quartet of skilled seniors, Sarah Brennan, Emma Quigley, Mary Travers, and Emily Goldman, carried the bulk of the scoring load last fall as the Princeton Day School field hockey…

Rebounding From Injury to Regain Spot on U.S. 8, Former PU Star Robbins Primed for Rowing Worlds

Starting rowing as a walk-on to the Princeton University women’s open crew program in 2009, Heidi Robbins has enjoyed an astonishing rise up the sport’s ladder. Robbins, a native of…

Going From Out of the Picture to Double Gold, Princeton’s Reelick Stars at U-23 Rowing Worlds

Erin Reelick was originally on the outside looking in this spring when it came to the U.S. U-23 rowing program despite emerging as a star for the Princeton University women’s…