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Refusing to Let Knee Injury Derail Senior Season, Gassaway Providing Punch for PU Women’s Lax

Jaci Gassaway was primed for a big senior season with the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team as the Tigers’ top returning goal scorer and a co-captain. But a month before…

With MacDonald Diversifying his Offensive Game, PU Mens’ Lax Tops Yale to Get Back on Right Track

Mike MacDonald established himself as scoring threat last spring in his freshman season on the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team. The 6’1, 190-pound attackman scored 30 points on 22 goals…

Gallagher Excited to Take Helm of PHS Football, Hitting the Ground Running In Rebuilding Effort

As Charlie Gallagher takes the helm of the Princeton High football program, he has some good coaching role models around him. “We have a lot of great programs at high…

Showing Enthusiasm Despite Recent Struggles, PHS Baseball Shooting for .500 Campaign

Even though the Princeton High baseball team has struggled in recent years, its players are excited for the 2013 season. “There is a lot of renewed enthusiasm,” said Princeton head…

Boasting Several New Faces, Renewed Hunger, Hun Baseball Looking to Rebound this Spring

In the wake of a disappointing 2012 season, Bill McQuade senses a renewed hunger around his Hun School baseball team this spring. “They think they could have done better,” said…

With Senior Leaders Displaying Desire, Hun Softball Primed for Special Season

Kathy Quirk didn’t have to wait until this spring to see something special in her Hun School softball team. “They did a weightlifting program over the winter with our new…

Aiming to Build on Last Spring’s Strong Finish, PDS Girls’ Lax Excited About 2013 Prospects

After struggling to a 0-5 start last spring, the Princeton Day School girls’ lacrosse team caught fire and ended with a 9-9 record. PDS head coach Jill Thomas believes her…

With Grant in 2nd Year at Head Coach, Stuart Lax Expecting to Make Progress

For Caitlin Grant, things are running like clockwork in her second season as the head coach of the Stuart Country Day School lacrosse team. “I think last year was a…

Tiger Women’s Hoops Heading to Texas, Will Face Florida State in NCAA Opener

Last March, the Princeton University women’s basketball team took a ninth seed into the NCAA tournament and lost a 67-64 heartbreaker to No. 8 Kansas State. On Monday evening, four-time…

Callahan Refuses To Be Derailed by Foot Injuries, Anchors PU Men’s Track to NCAA Relay Title

As Peter Callahan waited to get the baton for his 1,600-meter anchor leg in the distance medley relay (DMR) earlier this month at the NCAA Indoor Championships, he went through…