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Five PU Women’s Standouts Share von Kienbusch Award

Princeton University seniors Lisa Boyce, Michelle Cesan, Julia Reinprecht, Susannah Scanlan, and Kelly Shon were named last week as winners of the 2014 C. Otto von Kienbusch Award. The C.…

Five Princeton Senior Male Athletes Named as Roper Trophy Winners

Princeton University seniors Tom Hopkins, Alec Keller, Damon McLean, Caraun Reid, and Tom Schreiber were named last week as the 2014 recipients of the William Winston Roper Trophy. The award…

After Getting Picked by Detroit Lions, PU Star Reid Getting NFL Indoctrination

Caraun Reid will be among the more than 1,000 graduating seniors congregating next Tuesday in front of Nassau Hall for Princeton University’s 267th commencement ceremony. While many of the graduates…

After Moving to Stroke for PU Women’s Open 8, Senior Reelick Hopes to Win 2nd NCAA Crown

Kelsey Reelick started this spring in the back of the Princeton University women’s open varsity 8, rowing from the bow seat. But after an opening day loss to Brown, senior…

Exceeding Expectations With Record-Setting Effort, PU Women’s Open Varsity 8 Crew Takes Ivy Crown

After the Princeton University women’s open crew varsity 8 lost to Brown and Virginia in the first two weeks of the season, Lori Dauphiny decided to do some tinkering. “The…

Displaying Competitive Fire, Racing Savvy, PU Men’s Heavyweights Take 3rd at Sprints

Seeing his Princeton University men’s heavyweight varsity 8 crew go to Brown in its regular season finale gave Greg Hughes confidence heading into the Eastern Sprints. “There were a lot…

Slow Start Dooms Princeton Women’s Lacrosse As Tigers Fall to Virginia in NCAA Tournament

For the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team, its NCAA assignment last weekend included a cast of familiar characters. The Tigers faced Penn State in the first round on Friday, just…

With Senior Stroebel Looking to End on High Note PU Women’s Lightweights Primed for IRA Regatta

Maggie Stroebel demonstrated plenty of athletic versatility as a high schooler. A native of Saukville, Wisc., Stroebel lettered four times in track and cross country and twice in basketball for…

Sparked by Graff’s Excellence at Top of Lineup, Princeton Women’s Tennis Primed for NCAA Run

A 1998 match between pro tennis stars Lindsay Davenport and Steffi Graf changed the course of Lindsay Graff’s life. “When I was 5, I was watching TV and Lindsay Davenport…

Tiger Women’s Lax Falls to Penn in Ivy Title Game; But Will Keep Fighting as It Makes NCAA Tourney

Mary-Kate Sivilli and her teammates on the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team had a special message written on their arms as they hosted Penn last Sunday in the championship game…