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Making a Rapid Ascent in Distance Running World, PU’s Curham Primed to Build on Superb Debut Season   

When it comes to running, Meghan Curham has come a long way in a short time. Curham, a native of Warren, N.J, only joined the track team during the spring…

After Solid Rookie Campaign for K.C. Chiefs, PU Alum Catapano Aiming to Be Dominant Force

It reads like something out of a Hollywood script — a late-blooming player from a smaller school gets picked near the end of the NFL draft and goes on to…

With PU Alum Reinprecht Showing Progress, U. S. Field Hockey Finishes 4th at World Cup

Katie Reinprecht was a little rusty when she played for the U.S. national field hockey team in the Pan American Cup last fall. Having taken a hiatus from the game…

Washburn Leaving PU to Guide Deerfield Rowing, Adding to Family Legacy of Coaching Prep Crew

His grandfather coached crew at the St. Andrew’s School (Del.) for 40 years and his father became a legend in New England rowing circles during his three decades guiding the…

After Sharpening Mound Mechanics, Mental Approach PU Grad Fagan Making Progress at Professional Level

After a frustrating junior season with the Princeton University baseball team in 2013, Michael Fagan took a hiatus from the game. “I got burned out and didn’t play over the…

Fogarty Excited to Take Helm of PU Men’s Hockey, Vows to Instill Trust, Enthusiasm, in Rebuilding Tigers

Ron Fogarty has proven that he can build a college hockey program from scratch. Starting the men’s hockey team at Adrian College in Michigan seven years ago, Fogarty experienced instant…

After 20 Years of Advancing Education Through Sports, Princeton AD Walters Enjoying Final Weeks in Office

Despite the seemingly idyllic scene as he lounged in his backyard a few weeks ago on Memorial Day, casually dressed in a t-shirt and shorts with birds chirping overhead and…

Producing Dominant Season in the Hammer Throw, PU Sophomore Ratcliffe Looking for NCAA Title

When Julia Ratcliffe was about 12, her father brought home a special surprise one day. “He said Julia I have got you a present,” said Ratcliffe, a native of Hamilton,…

Senior Gillis’ Leadership On and Off the Water Helped PU Men’s Heavyweights Become a Force

In taking the reins as the captain of the Princeton University men’s heavyweight crew this past fall, Will Gillis was determined to be there for the program’s younger rowers, on…

Feeding on Support at Nearby Mercer Lake, Princeton Men’s Heavyweights Shine at IRAs

With the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) national championship regatta being held at nearby Mercer Lake, the Princeton University men’s heavyweight crew was looking to feed on its supporters. “We were…