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With Veterans Sherburne, Koon Providing Balance, Tiger Men’s Hoops Defeats Florida A&M in Opener

After more than a month of preseason practices, the wait was over for the Princeton University men’s basketball team as it hosted Florida A&M last Sunday to tip off the…

Princeton Men’s Hockey Mired in Slump; But Confident It Can Turn Things Around

Hosting defending national champion Yale last Friday, the Princeton University men’s hockey team dug an early hole. The Tigers yielded two unanswered goals in the first period and trailed 5-1…

With Ealy Taking Bigger Role in Attack, PHS Boys’ Soccer Makes Sectional Semis

Over the last two seasons, Chase Ealy has been a threat from left back for the Princeton High boys’ soccer team. But with senior midfielder John Blair getting sidelined for…

While PHS Girls’ Soccer Fell Short in States, Senior Star Smith Proud of Fighting to the End

Dana Smith expected her career with the Princeton High girls’ soccer team to extend beyond last Thursday when the third-seeded Little Tigers hosted No. 11 Hightstown in the Central Jersey…

PHS Boys’ Cross Country 2nd in Sectional As Focused Training Pays Big Dividends

Mark Shelley liked what he saw from his Princeton High boys’ cross country team as it got ready to compete in the Group III Central Jersey sectional meet last Saturday.…

Relishing Final Month With Hun Girls’ Soccer, Braender-Carr Sparked Run to Prep A Title Game

Olivia Braender-Carr’s senior season with the Hun School girls’ soccer team got off to a rocky start. Hampered by injuries and with young players taking their lumps as they were…

Lifted by Epperly’s Record-Breaking Passing Display, PU Football Routs Cornell to Take 1st in Ivy Title Race

The press box at Princeton Stadium was unusually crowded last Saturday, teeming with NFL scouts in town to get a closer look at Cornell’s record-setting senior quarterback Jeff Mathews. But…

Drawing Motivation From Last Season’s Bad Finish, PU Men’s Hoops Excited to Start 2013-14 Campaign

Last season ended with a thud for the Princeton University men’s basketball team as it fell to Yale and Brown on the final regular season weekend to fall out of…

Reloading in the Wake of Heavy Graduation Losses, Tiger Women’s Hoops Primed for Another Title Run

It was a quartet that took the Princeton University women’s basketball program to new heights. The squad’s Class of 2013 — two-time Ivy League Player of the year Niveen Rasheed,…

Defenseman Alleva Provides Energy, Production As PU Women’s Hockey Splits With Cornell, Colgate

When the Princeton University women’s hockey team fell behind visiting No. 3 Cornell 5-0 in the first period last Friday at Baker Rink, it looked like the Tigers were in…