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Junior Star Evans Shows Offensive Aggressiveness, Helping No. 3 PU Field Hockey Top Duke, Fairfield

Allison Evans and her teammates on the Princeton University field hockey team were frustrated heading into halftime last Saturday in their game against visiting Fairfield. Even though third-ranked and defending…

Tiger Men’s Soccer Opens With Loss at FDU, Hoping to Find Rhythm as It Hits Busy Stretch

Jim Barlow knew that his Princeton University men’s soccer team faced a stern test when it opened its season at Fairleigh Dickinson last Friday night. FDU brought a 2-0 record…

New Head Coach Gallagher Exuding Confidence As PHS Football Looks to Be More Competitive

Things have been hectic for Charlie Gallagher as he has taken the helm of the Princeton High football program. “I tried to prepare as much as I could over the…

Aiming to Produce Another Stellar Season, PHS Girls’ Tennis Cruises to a 2-0 Start

Surpassing expectations last fall, the Princeton High girls’ tennis team produced a season to remember as it went 20-1 and advanced to the Group III state championship match. Picking up…

PDS Field Hockey Falls to Germantown in Opener; Hopes Competition Will Sharpen It for Tests Ahead

Tracey Arndt possesses extensive experience with Pennsylvania field hockey, having starred at Pennsbury High and then going on to Penn State where she earned All-American honors. Last week, Arndt’s Princeton…

Hun Girls’ Soccer Aiming to Be Opportunistic As New Head Coach Hallac Takes the Helm

  During her four-year tenure coaching the Weston High (Conn.) girls’ soccer team, Joanna Hallac had to be creative. “We were a smaller school in a good league but we…

With Seniors Determined to End on High Note, Hun Boys’ Soccer Seeking Reversal of Fortune

With the Hun School boys’ soccer team coming off a disappointing 5-13 season last fall, the squad’s veterans are determined to lead a reversal of fortune. “I think the seniors…

Hun Field Hockey Boasts Talented Foundation, But Needs to Play Together to Have Big Season

Kathy Quirk acknowledges that her Hun School field hockey team hasn’t been looking like a powerhouse in preseason play. But with the program having established a penchant for strong finishes…

After Winning Program’s 1st NCAA Championship, Princeton Field Hockey Not Resting on Its Laurels

In 2011, the Princeton University field hockey team dealt with the absence of four key players who spent the year away from school training with the U.S. national program. Despite…

Buoyed by Spring Journey to Barcelona, PU Men’s Soccer Preparing for Title Run

The Catalonia region of northeastern Spain is a soccer hotbed, boasting FC Barcelona, one of the top pro clubs in the world, and its legendary superstar Lionel Messi. This past…