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After Missing Out on Postseason in 2014, PU Men’s Lacrosse Going Back to Basics

Coming off a disappointing 7-6 season last spring with five of those losses coming by a total of seven goals, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team is getting back to…

Sparked by Williams’ Fighting Spirit in Reserve Role, No. 16 PU Women’s Hoops Routs Cornell, Now 21-0

Reserve forward Taylor Williams looks to shake things up when she enters the game for the Princeton University women’s basketball team. “I am a fighter, I am scrappy,” said Williams,…

Defenseman Mahoney Enjoys Big Senior Weekend As PU Women’s Hockey Sweeps Colgate, Cornell

For Brianne Mahoney, playing last weekend in the final regular season home games of her career with the Princeton University women’s hockey team sparked a desire for a return engagement.…

Sophomore Brown’s Outstanding Finishing Touch Helped Trigger Hun Boys’ Hockey Prep Title Run

Blake Brown was especially happy to see Evan Barratt return to action for the top-seeded Hun School boys’ hockey team as it hosted fourth-seeded Montclair Kimberley Academy last week in…

Hun Boys’ Hockey Defeats Mo-Beard 5-3, Earning First State Prep Title Since 1996

Facing second-seeded Morristown-Beard last Thursday in the state Prep championship game, the top-seeded Hun School boys’ hockey team was serenaded by derisive chants of “overrated, overrated” by the fans at…

With Borden Providing a Lift Off the Bench, Sizzling Hun Boys’ Hoops Primed for MAPL

Kyle Borden wasn’t in the starting lineup for the Hun School boys’ basketball team when it hosted Metuchen High last Wednesday but he was confident he would impact the game.…

Kane’s Hot Shooting Makes the Difference As PHS Boys’ Basketball Defeats Trenton

For the Princeton High boys’ basketball team, pulling out a win over a strong Allentown team last Wednesday gave it a lift as it hosted Trenton two days later. “The…

Senior Bell Looking to Enjoy Stretch Drive As Stuart Hoops Heads Into Postseason Play

Harlyn Bell liked how things were going as the Stuart Country Day School basketball team battled the George School (Pa.) to a 12-12 stalemate through two quarters last Friday. “I…

PDS Boys’ Hoops Loses in Prep B Quarters, Aims to Play Spoiler Role in County Tourney

Playing at third-seeded Montclair Kimberley Academy in the state Prep B quarterfinals last Sunday, the sixth-seeded Princeton Day School boys’ basketball team enjoyed a solid offensive performance. Featuring three players…

With Koelzer Thriving in Switch to Defense; PU Women’s Hockey Edges No. 4 Harvard 1-0

Kelsey Koelzer established herself as a solid offensive player last winter for the Princeton University women’s hockey team. The 5’9 native of Horsham, Pa, scored 10 points in six goals…