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Featuring a Bevy of New Faces in New Places, PHS Girls’ Soccer Will Have Different Look

For the Princeton High girls’ soccer team, this fall is going to be about new faces in new places. “The whole 11 looks different, said PHS head coach Greg Hand,…

After Coming a Long Way Last Season, PHS Field Hockey Primed to Go Further

Although the Princeton High field hockey team came a long way last fall as it posted a 10-6 record, Heather Serverson thought her squad should have gone even further. “We…

Relying on Offensive Balance, Work Ethic PDS Girls’ Soccer Has Potential for Big Fall

Over the past four years, Janie Smukler provided the finishing touch for the Princeton Day School girls’ soccer team. But now that four-year starter Smukler is at Emory University after…

Despite Undergoing Big Youth Movement, PDS Boys’ Soccer Showing Tactical Acumen

Saying goodbye to seven seniors from last year’s squad, the Princeton Day School boys’ soccer team is undergoing a youth movement by necessity. Longtime PDS head coach Malcolm Murphy initially…

With Arndt Instilling Professional Attitude, PDS Field Hockey Showing Focus on Detail

Having played on the U.S. National Team from 1999-2004, Tracey Arndt is introducing some sophisticated concepts as she takes the helm of the Princeton Day School field hockey team. Arndt,…

Excitement Surrounding Stuart Field Hockey With Venerable Bruvik Returning as Head Coach

After a superb tenure that included multiple Prep and Mercer County Tournament (MCT) titles, Missy Bruvik stepped down in 2006 from her post as the head coach of the Stuart…

Welcoming Back U.S. Team Stars and Opening New Field, No. 4 Princeton Field Hockey Primed for Special Season

This fall, the Princeton University field hockey team will be opening its sparkling new Bedford Field, a state-of-the-art Astroturf facility adjacent to the Class of 1952 Stadium. In the view…

Drawing Motivation From Last Fall’s Frustrations, PU Men’s Soccer Aiming to Regain Winning Ways

Jim Barlow will tell you that there is not much difference between first place and the cellar in Ivy League men’s soccer. “We know how even the league is,” said…

Relying on Better Depth, Senior Leadership; PU Women’s Soccer Looking for Rebound

Looking at the statistics, it would appear that the Princeton University women’s soccer team produced another solid campaign in 2011. The Tigers outscored their foes 27-26 on the season, generating…

Ammon Gives His All at Washington Capitals Camp; Making Impression After Missing Out Last Summer

Andrew Ammon was excited to get invited to the Washington Capitals prospect camp last summer. But the Princeton University men’s hockey star never got the chance to go. An injury…