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After Helping PHS Boys’ Swimming to State Crown, Sprint Star Kuhlik Getting Up to Speed for Emory

Matt Kuhlik didn’t see himself heading south as he considered which college swimming program to join. “I was looking at small schools in the north like Amherst, Williams, and Dartmouth,”…

Applying Valuable Lessons From Choate Experience, Princeton Native Herr Starring for Trinity Ice Hockey

Cheeky Herr had some growing up to do when she arrived at Choate Rosemary Hall (Conn.) in the fall of 2008. “It was definitely hard to be at boarding school,”…

With Yu Overcoming Pain to Win 2 Races, PHS Boys’ Swimming Defeats Notre Dame

It was a clash of titans when the undefeated Princeton High boys’ swim team hosted once-beaten Notre Dame last week with both squads having been ranked in the top 20…

PHS Girls’ Swimming Emerging as a Force, Looking Formidable in Rout of Notre Dame

For much of the winter, the Princeton High girls’ swim team has been flying under the radar as attention has been focused on its male counterparts and their quest for…

Having Taken Some Lumps in the Early Going, PHS Boys’ Hockey Making Traditional Late Run

In recent years, the Princeton High boys’ hockey team has displayed a penchant for peaking as the season heads into January and February. Going 0-2-1 in its last week of…

Although PHS Boys’ Hoops Mired in Slump, Little Tigers Still Hoping for Big Stretch Drive

In producing a 5-2 start this season, the Princeton High boys’ basketball team employed a winning formula of balanced scoring and stifling defense. A case in point came last week…

Clicking Well at Both Ends of the Floor, Hun Boys’ Basketball on a Hot Streak

Playing at rival Peddie earlier this month, the Hun School boys’ basketball team hit a bump in the road as it fell 62-55 to the Falcons. But it turns out…

Continuing Recent Run of Success Against Penn, PU Men’s Hoops Defeats Quakers in Ivy Opener

Penn-Princeton is one of the most storied rivalries in men’s college basketball but the Tigers have taken the drama out of the series in recent years. Coming into last Saturday’s…

Miller Makes Solid Ivy Debut for PU Women’s Hoops As Tigers Start Title Defense by Defeating Penn 77-47

While the Princeton University women’s basketball team hit some bumps in the road as it prepared for Ivy League play, the Tigers quickly got into cruise control as they hosted…

Tiger Men’s Hockey Earns Weekend Split Optimistic About Prospects for 2nd Half

Starting last weekend off with a bang, the Princeton University men’s hockey team scored on a Will MacDonald goal 25 seconds into their game against visiting Union last Friday. But…