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Former PHS Goalkeeper Ullmann Thrives at Next Level, Setting Records for MIT Women’s Soccer in Debut Season

Lauren Ullmann gave up a score in the first 21 minutes of her career with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology women’s soccer team but the former Princeton High standout goalkeeper…

After Ending 2013 on a Down Note With 1st Loss, PHS Boys’ Hockey Looking to Be More Consistent

Terence Miller was disappointed on several levels when the Princeton High boys’ hockey team had to postpone its game against Steinert last Friday due to the snowstorm that hit the…

Starting 2014 With Frustrating Loss at Robbinsville, PHS Boys’ Hoops Needs More Intensity, Execution

Mark Shelley experienced an uncomfortable sense of déjà vu as his Princeton High boys’ basketball team played at Robbinsville last Saturday. After ending 2013 with a 65-41 defeat at Morristown,…

Hun Boys’ Hockey Takes 2nd at Purple Puck Event; Gaining Extra Confidence for the Challenges Ahead

For the Hun School boys’ hockey team, its trip last week to the Purple Puck Tournament in Washington, D.C. could put it on the road to big things later this…

After Promising Mound Debut With Atlanta Braves, PU Alum Hale Looking to Spend 2014 in the Majors

Heading into 2013, David Hale was just hoping to get a chance to pitch for the Atlanta Braves. “I wanted to put myself in a position for a September call-up…

Princeton Men’s Hockey Goes 0-2 at Florida Event But Sees Rays of Hope Heading Into the New Year

  Heading to the Sunshine State as it returned to action after the holiday break, the Princeton University men’s hockey team competed last weekend in the Florida College Classic in…

After Splitting First 2 Games of 2013-14 Season, PHS Boys’ Hoops Aims for More Consistency

Last winter, the Princeton High boys’ basketball team opened the season by dropping an overtime nailbiter at Hopewell Valley. As PHS tipped off its 2013-14 campaign at Allentown, it found…

With Senior Captain Gates Setting Good Example, PHS Wrestling Shows Fighting Spirit in Early Action

As the sole captain of the Princeton High wrestling team, James Gates is looking to set a good example for his younger teammates. “Wrestling is just all about putting in…

Stepping Up to Tough Competition in New England, PDS Boys’ Hockey Primed for Challenging January

Stepping up in class, the Princeton Day School boys’ hockey team got off to a rough start last month as it competed in the Barber Tournament in Massachusetts, trailing Middlesex…

Sparked by Potent, Balanced Offensive Attack, PDS Girls’ Hockey Bringing 6-1 Record Into 2014

Lorna Gifis Cook was confident that her Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team would eventually develop a potent offensive attack this season. But with the Panthers having produced a 6-1…