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Tiger Women’s Lax Falls to Penn in Ivy Title Game; But Will Keep Fighting as It Makes NCAA Tourney

Mary-Kate Sivilli and her teammates on the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team had a special message written on their arms as they hosted Penn last Sunday in the championship game…

Undeterred by Second Defeat to Columbia, PU Men’s Lightweights Hyped Up for Sprints

Even through the Princeton University men’s lightweight varsity 8 crew fell to Columbia last Saturday to suffer its second defeat to the Lions this spring, Marty Crotty is not pushing…

McMunn Explodes for 7 Goals in Ivy Semis; Hopes Attack Can Keep Flowing in NCAAs

ay in the regular season finale for the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team. The star junior attacker managed just one goal on two shots as the Tigers fell 13-12 at…

PHS Softball Suffering Through Growing Pains But Young Players Gaining Valuable Experience

With the Princeton High softball team trailing Lawrenceville 8-0 in the fourth inning last Friday, Dave Boehm urged his players to relax. “It was just come out swinging,” said PHS…

Sticking Together On and Off the Field, PDS Girls’ Lax Makes Prep B Semifinals

For Morgan Foster and the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team, its state Prep B tournament opener last week against Montclair-Kimberley Academy wasn’t just the beginning of the postseason, it…

Junior Star Black Thrives in Playmaking Role As Hun Boys’ Lax Tops Peddie in Prep A Semis

Even though Brendan Black scored two goals as the Hun School boys’ lacrosse team topped visiting Peddie 13-5 last Monday in the state Prep A semis, the junior star prefers…

With Friedberg Growing Into Solid Contributor, Hun Baseball Aims to Show Progress in Postseason

Gideon Friedberg displayed his development as a hitter last Saturday as the Hun School baseball team hosted the Blair Academy. After looking overmatched against the Blair pitcher with two swings…

McBee Comes Up Big in CWPA Title Game But PU Women’s Water Polo Falls to Indiana

Molly McBee thrives under pressure, feeling that high-stakes contests have brought out the best in her as she has starred for the Princeton University women’s water polo team. “In my…

Cousens Ends Career on a High Note, Helping PU Softball to Sweep in Finale

The numbers 21, 19, and 2 were stenciled in purple near first base at the Class of 1895 Field as the Princeton University softball team hosted Cornell last Sunday in…

PU Men’s Lacrosse Falls to Cornell, Extinguishing Hopes for NCAA Bid

The last time the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team met Cornell, the rivals produced a battle for the ages as Princeton prevailed 14-13 in overtime in the 2013 Ivy League…