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Gifted PU Midfielder Reinprecht Raises Level of Game; Aiming to Help U.S. Field Hockey Taste Olympic Glory

Over her first three years with the Princeton University field hockey team, Katie Reinprecht distinguished herself as a gifted playmaker. The midfielder from North Wales, Pa. was the Ivy League…

Providing Technical Expertise to U.S. Field Hockey, PU Assistant Coach Franks Headed to London Games

Nate Franks had just about given up on his dreams of going to the London Olympics as this spring rolled around. The Princeton University field hockey assistant coach had been…

With Brown Showing No Mercy to Alma Mater, Team TB Defeats PYS in Summer Men’s Hoops

Anthony Brown enjoyed a fine career with the Princeton High boys’ basketball team. But when Brown took the court for Team TB last Monday in the Princeton Recreation Department Summer…

Sweeney Brings Winning Background In Taking Helm of Princeton Softball

It was a bit of a lark when Lisa Sweeney hooked on as a volunteer coach for the Lehigh University softball program for the 2010 season. “It was my fifth…

Olentine Progressing With Dartmouth Men’s Lacrosse, PHS Alum Aiming to Be Go-To Player for Big Green

During his record-setting career with the Princeton High boys’ lacrosse team, Mike Olentine was a crowd pleaser. The elusive, skilled attacker Olentine scored a program-record 140 points in his senior…

Finding Home With Dartmouth Water Polo Club, Princeton Resident Carstensen Ends With a Bang

Coming out of the Lawrenceville School in 2008, Princeton resident Haley Carstensen had the chance to play water polo for some college varsity programs. But when Carstensen got accepted to…

Shorter Helps West Post Win in Sunshine Football; Credits Camaraderie as Team Snaps Losing Streak

Eric Shorter only made one catch for six yards but he was all smiles after the 16th Annual Sunshine Football Classic all-star game last Thursday evening. For recently graduated Princeton…

Showing Resolve After Rocky Start in District Play; Princeton Little League 10s Advances to Final Six

It looked like the Princeton Little League 10-year-old all stars may have been in over their heads last week when they started play in the District 12 tournament. Princeton started…

Edwards Helps Winberie’s Get Measure of Revenge As It Tops University Radiology in Summer Hoops

Chris Edwards and the Winberie’s/Miller Lite team ended their 2011 campaign in the Princeton Recreation Department Summer Men’s Basketball League on a sour note. After going undefeated in the regular…

Taking Next Step Up Swimming Ladder, PU’s Boyce Competing in Olympic Trials

Lisa Boyce started swimming at age 6 and it didn’t take long for her to establish a long-term plan in the sport. “When I was 8 years old, I knew…