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With Freshman Ace Goeke Bringing the Heat, Hun Softball Generates Blistering 5-1 Start

Alexis Goeke started her softball career as a catcher but eventually decided that she didn’t want her older brother to be the only star pitcher in the family. “I started…

Yergler Ends Princeton Fencing Career in Style Adding NCAA Team Title to Go With Epee Crown

It didn’t take long for Jonathan Yergler to make an impact on the national scene in fencing. Taking up the sport at age seven after showing a propensity to play…

PU Men’s Lax Loses Thriller to Syracuse; Determined to Get Back on Winning Track

As Chris Bates reflected on how his Princeton University men’s lacrosse team fell 13-12 to Syracuse last Saturday, he felt a little like boxer Joe Frazier after he lost to…

Renewing Hostilities in Series Against Navy, PU Men’s Heavyweight Crew Sinks Midshipmen

It was a renewal of hostilities that had been eagerly anticipated by the Princeton University men’s heavyweight crew team. After a six-year hiatus in its series against Navy, Princeton was…

PHS Boys’ Tennis Working Through Injuries; But Confident of Maintaining Winning Ways

For Sarah Hibbert, the die is usually cast by the time the regular season rolls around for her Princeton High boys’ tennis team. The preseason is devoted to challenge matches…

PDS Baseball Juggling Lineup This Spring But Things Are Already Falling Into Place

While Ray O’Brien is doing some juggling with his Princeton Day School baseball squad, he is confident things will fall in place as the spring unfolds. “It is going to…

Stuart Lacrosse Is Showing Cohesive Play, Needs to Focus on Developing Toughness

Morgan Foster was never able to get into a groove last spring in her freshman season with the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team. Hobbled by a groin injury, Foster…

PDS’s Denise Helps PYHA Into U.S. Quarterfinals, As Hockey Teams Make Memories at Nationals

Conrad Denise has plenty of experience being around the USA Hockey National Championships. “I have watched nationals four times when my older brothers played,” said Denise, whose older brothers, John…

Lifted by Murphy’s Emergence as a Face-off Star Tiger Men’s Lax Tops Brown, Girds for Syracuse

Early in his lacrosse career, Justin Murphy seemed destined for obscurity. “Basically in high school, I was a sophomore trying to make varsity and trying to get on the field…

Former Hun Star Ford Displays His Versatility, Sparking Princeton Baseball to Sweep of Brown

Mike Ford showed his flair for multi-tasking on the diamond as the Princeton University baseball team swept visiting Brown in an Easter Sunday doubleheader. In Game 1, junior Ford, a…