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With Senior Smith Getting Back to Full Speed, PU Women’s Hoops Cruises Past Binghamton

After missing most of her junior season on the Princeton University women’s basketball team with a stress fracture in her right leg, Mariah Smith is just getting up to speed…

Executing Better in Loss at No. 3 Minnesota State, PU Men’s Hockey Aiming to Improve Consistency

Playing at third-ranked Minnesota State last Friday night in Mankato, the Princeton University men’s hockey team came out flying. “The first period against Mankato was everything we have asked them…

Lifted by Wheatley’s Production in the Paint, PU Women’s Routs Georgetown, Moves to 8-0

Alex Wheatley and her teammates on the Princeton University women’s basketball squad brought a little extra fire into their game against visiting Georgetown last Saturday. “I think it was losing to…

Local Product Davis Notches 1st Career Goal But PU Men’s Hockey Falls to No. 9 Harvard

For Tommy Davis, his freshman season on the Princeton University men’s hockey team last winter turned into a lost year. Hampered by a concussion, the highly-touted defenseman only played in…

Rankin’s Return to Action Helps Spark Offense As PU Men’s Hockey Splits with Michigan State

After being sidelined over the previous two weekends, Kyle Rankin returned  to the ice with a bang for the Princeton University men’s hockey team as it hosted Michigan State last…

Junior Goalie Newell Stands Out in Losing Cause As PU Women’s Hockey Falls Twice to Minnesota

Kimberly Newell takes a business-like approach to playing goalie for the Princeton University women’s hockey team. “My goalie coach [John Zdunkiewicz] calls it going to work,” said Newell. “We talk…

PHS Tennis Superstar Rosca, Hun Football’s Sharp Get Nod as Town Topics’ Standout Fall Performers

Christina Rosca wasn’t sure if she had enough time to play for the Princeton High girls’ tennis team this fall. Rising up to the mid-20s in the national 18-and-under rankings,…

Princeton Women’s Hoops Tops American, Entertaining the First Family in the Process

Looking at the Princeton University women’s basketball schedule, its game at American University last Sunday didn’t appear to be anything special. While American, a member of the Patriot League, went…

Getting Overwhelmed on the Line of Scrimmage, Tiger Football Falls 41-10 to Dartmouth in Finale

Coming into its season finale last Saturday against visiting Dartmouth, the Princeton University football team was looking to play the spoiler role. Entering the final weekend, Dartmouth was in second…

Princeton Men’s Water Polo Falls in CWPA Final; As Superb Campaign Ends with Disappointment

After suffering an 11-9 loss to St. Francis in the 2013 CWPA (Collegiate Water Polo Association) championship game, the Princeton University men’s water polo team seemed poised to take the…

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