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In the Wake of Helping U.S. 4 Take 3rd at U23 Worlds, Gillis Primed to Lead PU Heavyweight Crew to Big Year

For Will Gillis, competing at the Royal Henley Regatta in 2009 outside of London with the Green Lake Crew club as a high schooler changed the course of his rowing…

Benefitting From Second Stint at Devils Summer Camp, Ambrosia Sees Big Winter Ahead for PU Men’s Hockey

Growing up as an ice hockey star in Chatham, N.J., Mike Ambrosia closely followed two teams in his home state. “One of my older cousins went to Princeton and growing…

PU’s Johnson Cements Her Status as Top Goalie, Making U.S. Squad for Junior Worlds Water Polo

Ashleigh Johnson didn’t waste any time making an impression this past February as she started her career with the Princeton University women’s water polo team. Starring in her college debut…

Princeton Alum Ellis Enjoyed Representing Israel As Squad Took 8th in Women’s Lax World Cup Debut

Having first visited Israel when she was 10, Sam Ellis came back to the country last month. The return trip, though, was no vacation as Ellis was in Tel Aviv…

With Princeton’s Hoffenberg Filling Playmaking Role, Team USA Water Polo Takes Gold at Maccabiah Games

Drew Hoffenberg knew that Team USA had plenty of talent but he wasn’t sure how the squad would stack up against the competition on the eve of starting play in…

After Falling Just Short of Spot in London Olympics, PU Alum Higginson Primed for Worlds Steeplechase

Ashley Higginson’s dream of competing in the 2012 Summer Olympics died in the backstretch at Hayward Field last July as she placed fourth in the steeplechase at the U.S. trials,…

PU Alum McGarvie Reilly Sparks Defense, Helping U.S. Women’s Lax to World Cup Title

As the U.S. squad underwent its final preparations before starting play in the 2013 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Women’s World Cup, Holly McGarvie Reilly was cautiously optimistic. “It was…

PU Mourns Passing of Football Legend Kazmaier, Touched by his Sterling Character, Athletic Greatness

In a week where the sports headlines were dominated by sordid tales of a racial slur uttered by Riley Cooper of the Philadelphia Eagles, Alex Rodriguez’s impending suspension from baseball…

Saving Her Best for Last in Senior Season With PU Fencing, Stone Looks to Keep Rolling at World Championship Meet

In her first three seasons on the Princeton University fencing team, Eliza Stone had already put together a glittering resume. The Chicago, Ill. native had placed eighth, second, and third…

Inspired by Tales of Medieval Knights to Start Fencing, PU Epeeist Holmes Aiming to Shine at World Tourney

As a grade schooler, Katharine Holmes was fascinated with tales of Middle Ages derring-do. “When I was nine, I loved reading books about medieval times and I wanted to be…