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Former NFL Player Morey Plans to Be Quick Study In Taking Helm of Struggling PU Sprint Football Team

Sean Morey spent a few hours last Saturday evening cleaning the carpet in the Princeton University sprint football office in the B level at Jadwin Gym. As the former Brown…

With Freshmen Duo of Weisz, Cook Coming Up Big, Tiger Men’s Hoops Tops Cornell to Get 1st Ivy Win

On Friday evening, the Princeton University men’s basketball team squandered a 13-point first half lead in losing 53-52 to Columbia, seeing its prospects for an Ivy League title take a…

After Desultory Effort in 7-1 Defeat to St. Lawrence, PU Men’s Hockey Shows Fight in 4-3 Loss to Clarkson

While it has been a rough winter for the Princeton University men’s hockey team as it has sunk to the cellar of the ECAC Hockey standings, the Tigers may have…

Senior Butler Shows Sense of Urgency With Key Assist As Princeton Women’s Hockey Edges Dartmouth 3-2

For Sally Butler, her next-to-last regular season weekend at Baker Rink started on a down note as the Princeton University women’s hockey team dropped a 3-2 heartbreaker to Harvard last…

PU Women’s Hoops Sluggish in Loss to Harvard, But Gets Back on Track With Win over Dartmouth

When the Princeton University women’s basketball team found itself trailing Harvard 44-30 at halftime last Friday, senior co-captain Kristen Helmstetter decided it was time for some words of wisdom. “I…

Coming Off 5th Place Finish at NCAA Tourney, PU Women’s Water Polo Primed for Big Season

Luis Nicolao is facing a problem in guiding his Princeton University women’s water polo team that would be the envy of most coaches. With Princeton coming off a 28-6 season…

PU Men’s Hoops Shakes Off Rust in Rout of Kean; Tuning Up for Big Weekend at Harvard, Dartmouth

Having come through his first exam period of his college career, Princeton University men’s basketball freshman star Spencer Weisz was anxious to get back on the court. Even though Princeton…

Wilkinson Embracing His Newest Challenge In Taking Helm of Princeton Men’s Squash

Sean Wilkinson is not one to shy away from a challenge. Growing up in Zimbabwe and establishing himself as one of the top junior squash players in the country, Wilkinson…

Starting Its Drive for a 5th Ivy Crown in Style, PU Women’s Hoops Dismantles Penn 84-53

For senior star Kristen Helmstetter, there was high emotion as she hit the floor last Saturday for the Princeton University women’s basketball team when it played at Penn in the…

Hurt by Lack of Aggressiveness in the Paint, PU Men’s Hoops Falls in Ivy Opener at Penn

In its last trip to the state of Pennsylvania, the Princeton University men’s basketball team pulled off one of the great comebacks in program history. Trailing by 20 points at…