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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…

Senior Star DiTosto Savors Final Campaign As PHS Boys’ Lax Makes Sectional Semis

This past winter, Matt DiTosto was primed for a big senior season for the Princeton High boys’ hockey team. But high-scoring forward DiTosto broke his hand in December, missing several…

Producing Superb Season Despite Unsettled Lineup, PHS Boys’ Tennis Ends Up 2nd in Sectional Tourney

In the beginning of the spring, the Princeton High boys’ tennis team didn’t seem destined to end up in the sectional finals. Losing four key players to graduation and dealing…

PDS Boys’ Tennis Earns Share of Prep B Title; Capping Bounce-back Season on a High Note

Coming into the state Prep B tournament last week, the Princeton Day School boys’ tennis team faced an uphill battle. PDS has been juggling its lineup over the last few…

PU Women’s Open Crew Wins Ivy Team Title; Bringing Momentum Into NCAA Championships

Coming into the Ivy League Championships regatta last Sunday, Lori Dauphiny was certain that her Princeton University women’s open crew varsity 8 faced a dogfight. “It was wide open, we…

PU Men’s Heavyweights Make Strides at Sprints; Aim to Continue Progress at IRA Championships

Greg Hughes has been fine-tuning the training approach for his Princeton University men’s heavyweight rowers this spring. “I would say there is a change in intensity, not volume,” said fourth-year…

PU Golfer Jarmas Plays Well at NCAA Regional In Fitting End to Breakthrough Junior Campaign

For Greg Jarmas, making the most of his summer vacation last year laid the foundation for a big junior campaign with the Princeton University men’s golf team. The Wynnewood, Pa.…

PHS Boys’ Lax Clicking on All Cylinders, Winning 1st MCT Title, Advancing in States

After suffering its first-ever loss to Allentown in early April, the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team was fired up for a rematch with the Redbirds in the Mercer County Tournament…