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Fading Down Stretch After Building 3-Goal Lead, Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Loses 10-9 at Dartmouth

On the face of things, it seemed like the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team took a step forward when it topped Rutgers 13-8 last week. But upon closer review, Princeton…

While Henderson Made It to Atlanta for Final 4, PU Men’s Hoops’ Frustrating Finish Still Stings

While the Princeton University men’s hoops coach enjoyed the action as he took in the semis at the Georgia Dome, disappointment lingered over the fact that a bad weekend had…

Tiger Softball Goes 1-3 in Penn Series; But Determined to Keep Fighting Hard

Playing at Penn last weekend in a pivotal four-game Ivy League South series, the Princeton University softball team was determined to get off to a strong start. “They threw A.C.…

Fueled by Lopez-Ona’s Energy, Finishing Touch, PHS Girls’ Lax Pulls Away to Win Over WW/P-S

Emilia Lopez-Ona was huffing and puffing a bit as she caught her breath after helping the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team edge WW/P-S last Thursday. The junior star had reason…

PHS Boys’ Lacrosse Falls to Allentown; But Showing Strong Desire to Improve

While Peter Stanton was disappointed to see his Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team lose to Allentown last week, he liked how his players responded to the setback. “We certainly had…

Sparked by Infusion of Precocious Newcomers, PDS Boys’ Tennis Emerging as Title Contender

While the addition of a talented crop of freshmen to a tennis team would normally be a harbinger of good things to come down the road, the arrival of three…

Sparked by Senior Wells’ Production, Leadership, Hun Baseball Rebounding From Tough 2012 Season

Stevie Wells is a power hitter but he wasn’t looking to crush the ball as he came up for the Hun School baseball team against Hill last Wednesday in the…

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…