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With Superb Group of Seniors Ending on High Note, PU Open Crew Takes 3rd Overall at NCAA Regatta

While Lori Dauphiny was excited to see her Princeton University women’s open crew compete at the NCAA championship regatta last weekend, there was a tinge of sadness as the program’s…

Adding to Family’s Special Princeton Tradition, PU Women’s Rower Morss Enjoys Superb Career

With her family history, Alex Morss seemed destined to end up at Princeton University. Both of her parents are Princeton alums along with her grandfather, an aunt, and an uncle.…

PDS Alum Jenkins Undeterred by Knee Injury, Ends Harvard Lax Career With All-Ivy Honors

For Mariel Jenkins, blazing speed was her calling card as she starred for the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team and then joined the Harvard women’s squad. After a promising…

With Senior Celestin Leading Defense to the End, PHS Girls’ Lax Falls to Mendham in Sectional Final

Even though the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team trailed Mendham by three goals last Wednesday in the North Jersey Group III sectional final, Ciara Celestin wasn’t concerned. “In our Sparta…

Stuart Lacrosse Showed Growth This Spring; Young Squad Excited About Future Prospects

Showing its potential, the Stuart Country Day lacrosse team blanked the Solebury School (Pa.) 11-0 in the last week of the season. “We came together defensively, the goalie [Harlyn Bell]…

Men’s Summer Hoops Tipping Off 25th Season; Featuring New Faces Along With Popular Stalwarts

The Community Park basketball courts will be getting a facelift this week with cracks being repaired and the surface getting a paint job. On June 10, the courts will get…

Tiger Women’s Golfer Shon Ends Historic Spring By Placing in Top Third at NCAA Championship

Kelly Shon has become used to carrying the torch on the golf course this spring. In late April, the Princeton University junior star won the Ivy League women’s individual crown…

Senior Hamrick Aiming to Make Every Stroke Count As Tiger Women’s Open Crew Competes at NCAAs

Competing at the 2012 NCAA championships at nearby Mercer Lake, Molly Hamrick and her teammates on the Princeton University women’s varsity open 8 were hoping for some home cooking. Instead,…

With Nase Setting Tone Through Work Ethic; PU Men’s Lightweights Primed for IRA Regatta

During the early days of his rowing career, Tyler Nase watched the movie Gladiator to get pumped up for competition. “I used to do that a lot in high school,”…

With Jacobs Firing Away Through Cloudburst, PHS Girls’ Lax Tops Sparta in Sectional Semis

Liz Jacobs wasn’t about to let rain slow her down as she took the field last Thursday for the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team as it hosted Sparta in the…