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Hun Field Hockey Needs to Become Goal Hungry In Order to Produce Another Stirring Late Run

After starting the season with three close losses, the Hun School field hockey team appeared to be turning the corner as it hosted Princeton Day School last Thursday. Building on…

Squandering a 22-3 Halftime Advantage, Tiger Football Falls to Lehigh in Opener

In 2012, the Princeton University football team opened its season by falling behind 17-0 to Lehigh at halftime. In the second half, the Tigers mounted a furious rally only to…

Seeing a Good Fit With His Hard-Nosed Style, PU Alum Moore Joins Bruins Organization

Espousing a philosophy centering on hard work, tenacious play, and skill, the Boston Bruins have written some inspiring chapters in the franchise’s storied history in recent years. The Bruins won…

Heading West With 6-0 Record and Ranked No. 13, PU Men’s Water Polo Excited About Its Prospects

It didn’t take long for Luis Nicolao to realize that his Princeton University men’s water polo team might be something special this year. Hosting its annual Invitational at DeNunzio Pool…

Sparked by Blair’s Production in the Midfield, PHS Boys’ Soccer Displaying Winning Form

John Blair quickly assumed the role of set-up man for Princeton High boys’ soccer team this fall, picking up three assists in the first two games of the season. But…

Junior Star Herring Showing Coolness Under Fire As PHS Field Hockey Looks for Better Intensity

With two years of varsity experience under her belt for the Princeton High field hockey team, Lucy Herring is calmer in the heat of battle. “I think as a freshman…

With Senior Star Murray Serving as 2-Way Threat, PDS Girls’ Soccer Produces Sizzling 6-0 Start

Brit Murray was ready to shoulder more responsibility this fall in her senior campaign with the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team. Having established herself as a pillar of the…

Hun Football Falls to Seton Hall Prep in Law’s Debut But Encouraged by Display of Physicality, Firepower

While John Law couldn’t be sure what was going to happen last Saturday in his debut as the head coach of the Hun School football team, he already knew that…

Undergoing Some Growing Pains in 0-4 Start, Hun Girls’ Soccer Determined to Play Tougher

Over the last decade, the annual showdown between the Hun School and Princeton Day School girls’ soccer teams has featured a number of tight games. As Hun took the field…

Achieving a Childhood Ambition by Playing PU Football, Senior Co-Captain Bhaya Aiming for Big Final Campaign

For Phillip Bhaya, playing for the Princeton University football team is something he envisioned doing as a grade schooler growing up in nearby Haddonfield. “I can actually remember coming here…