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Taking Major Step in Quest for National Relevance, PU Men’s Tennis in NCAAs for 1st Time Since 1998

In taking the helm of the Princeton University men’s tennis team three years ago, Billy Pate realized that he was becoming part of something special. “When I interviewed for the…

Junior Star Callaway Providing Big Goals As PHS Girls’ Lax Gets on Winning Track

When the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team lost to Lawrenceville last week to suffer its sixth straight defeat, it would have been easy to write off the squad’s chances to…

Sparked by Majeski’s Hitting Surge, PHS Baseball Tops WW/P-S, PDS

Moving up to the Princeton High varsity baseball team this spring as a senior, Steve Majeski got off to a slow start. But as the weather has warmed up, so…

PHS Softball Battling to the Final Out But Falling Short Due to Inconsistency

There is no question that the Princeton High softball team will battle to the final out. Last Thursday against WW/P-S, PHS fell behind 3-1 and 9-6 to tie it 9-9…

Sparked by Connection Between the Black Brothers, Undefeated Hun Boys’ Lax Primed for Stretch Run

When Owen Black scored a dazzling over-the-shoulder goal early in the fourth quarter to help the Hun School boys’ lacrosse pull out a 12-10 win over Montgomery last Thursday, it…

Lifted by Schintzler’s Production at Top of Order, Hun Baseball in the Hunt for MCT, MAPL Titles

With the Hun School baseball team locked in a 3-3 tie against the Hill School (Pa.) with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning last Wednesday, Pete Schintzler…

McMunn Stars as PU Women’s Lax Defeats Brown, Capping 7-0 Ivy Season, Prepping for Postseason Run

Erin McMunn’s senior season with Princeton University women’s lacrosse team nearly ended prematurely when her right leg was banged hard against Harvard in late March. The star attacker left the…

After Losing Early Lead in 15-10 Loss at Cornell, PU Men’s Lax Gets Rematch With Big Red in Ivy Semis

Needing a win at Cornell last Saturday to clinch the Ivy League title outright and earn the right to host the upcoming league tournament, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team…

Tiger Softball Falls Short of Ivy South Crown, But Believes Winning Culture Firmly in Place

It was a do-or-die situation for the Princeton University softball team last weekend and they were thrilled to be in that position. Playing a four-game set at Cornell, Princeton came…

Lilienthal Makes Big Debut With 1st Singles Title, Helping PHS Boys’ Tennis to a Strong 2nd at MCT

Noah Lilienthal looked like a freshman in over his head as he played in the first singles semifinal at the Mercer County Tournament last Thursday. The Princeton High freshman dropped…