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As Tiger Women’s Soccer Defends Ivy Crown, It Needs Talented Offense to Reach Its Potential

Coming into the 2012 season, Julie Shackford was comforted by the fact that her Princeton University women’s soccer team included eight seniors. Asserting that teams who excel typically have a…

Despite Graduation Losses From State Title Team, PHS Boys’ Soccer Still Has Plenty of Firepower

Last fall, a group of 12 seniors helped the Princeton High boys’ soccer team enjoy a season to remember as the Little Tigers went 18-3-1 on the way to tying…

Aiming to Build on Historical 2012 Campaign, PHS Girls’ Soccer Showing Dedication, Spirit

Making history in 2012, the Princeton High School girls’ soccer team went 14-1-1 over its last 16 games on the way to winning the program’s first-ever Central Jersey Group III…

Boasting Strong Players All Over the Field, PHS Field Hockey Should Be Formidable

On one hand, the graduation of Sydney Watts has left a gaping void for the Princeton High field hockey team. The skilled Watts, who is now playing at Amherst College,…

Sparked by a Quartet of Senior Leaders, PDS Field Hockey Aiming for Title Run

As Tracey Arndt heads into her second year at the helm of the Princeton Day School field hockey program, she believes the team is ahead of where it was at…

PDS Boys’ Soccer Can Produce Skilled Play, But Needs to Step Up When Things Get Rough

Malcolm Murphy has a sense of deja vu as he assesses the state of his Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team. “It is the same as last year,” said longtime…

After Posting a Disappointing 4-9-4 Record Last Fall, PDS Girls’ Soccer Primed to Resume Winning Ways

After a superb four-year stretch that saw the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team go 49-23-3 with two state Prep B titles, the program hit some hard times last fall.…

After Taking Lumps with Freshman-Laden Team, Stuart Field Hockey Should Gain From Experience

Even though the Stuart Country Day School field hockey team won only three games last fall, the players didn’t get discouraged. “Granted we went 3-14-1 but the girls didn’t come…

Bucking Family Trend of Competing for Harvard Teams, PDS Alum Jenkins Staying Home for Tiger Field Hocke

In 2009, Mariel Jenkins headed to Harvard to join the school’s women’s lacrosse team after a stellar career at Princeton Day School. Two years later, her younger sister, Sydney, followed…

After Completing Family Trip Around the World, PU Soccer Alum Marsch Returns to Alma Mater

Jesse Marsch and his young family recently returned from the trip of a lifetime, traveling around the world for five months and visiting 29 countries. As the former Princeton University…