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Getting on Same Page With New Coaching Staff, Princeton Softball Produces Encouraging 6-3 Start

Lisa Sweeney had a good feeling about her Princeton University softball team before it even played a game this spring. “We went into the first weekend with confidence,” said first-year…

PHS Boys’ Winter Track Produced Highlights In Building Solid Foundation for Spring Season

While Ben Samara had an eye on the spring as he coached the Princeton High boys’ winter track team, his athletes made the most of the indoor season. “I think…

Utilizing Blend of Good Chemistry and Depth, Hun Boys’ Hoops Enjoyed Memorable Winter

For the Hun School boys’ basketball team, the Peddie School gym became its home away from home this winter. Between three tournaments and a regular season appearance, Hun ended up…

PDS Girls’ Hoops Struggled This Winter; Hoping to Apply Lessons Going Forward

For the Princeton Day School girls’ basketball team, its late-season victory at Hamilton provided a glimpse of the squad’s potential. “To beat a very athletic team like that in their…

With Hummer Leading the Way in His Jadwin Finale, PU Men’s Hoops Tops Harvard, Takes 1st in Ivy Race

  In its two Ivy League losses this season, the Princeton University men’s basketball team showed plenty of heart but failed to make enough big plays to avoid defeat. Falling…

Barrett, Connolly Fueled by Senior Night Emotion; Helping Tiger Men’s Basketball Defeat Dartmouth

Will Barrett started his career with the Princeton University men’s basketball team as a member of the Class of 2013 but a foot injury set him back a year. Brendan…

PU Women’s Hoops Sees Ivy Win Streak End But Still Poised for 4th Straight Championship

All good things must to come to an end and so it was for the Princeton University women’s basketball team last Friday at Harvard. After winning 33 straight Ivy League…

PU Men’s Hockey Comes Up Big in New England; Earns Home Ice for ECACH Playoffs Against Cornell

Entering last weekend, the Princeton University men’s hockey team was in position to finish anywhere from seventh to 10th place in the final ECAC Hockey standings. But heading on the…

PU Men’s Lax Shows Poise in Beating Johns Hopkins; No. 5 Tigers Must Keep Focus to Excel in Busy Week

Playing at storied Homewood Field against high-powered Johns Hopkins last Friday evening, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team knew it was going to be hit with an early barrage. The…

Junior Lloyd Ties Tiger Single-Game Assist Record, Triggering Offense as PU Women’s Lax Tops USC

Sarah Lloyd didn’t score a goal but she proved to be a catalyst as the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team topped Southern California 18-13 last Sunday. The junior midfielder passed…