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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…

Excited to Return Home After Long Odyssey Princeton Men’s Hockey Edges Rensselaer

Since it last played at home on November 22, the Princeton University men’s hockey team has been on quite an odyssey. The Tigers traveled to Connecticut where they played Quinnipiac…

With Freshman Koelzer Displaying Shooting Prowess, PU Women’s Hockey Sweeps 2-Game Set with UConn

For Kelsey Koelzer, figuring out the best way to utilize her talent has been a major challenge as she goes through her freshman season with the Princeton University women’s hockey…

PU Men’s Hoops Showing Calm Under Fire, Confident as It Heads Into Ivy Opener at Penn

Even though the Princeton University men’s basketball team squandered a 15-point lead against Kent State last week and found itself trailing 66-65 with less than a minute left, Will Barrett…

After Gaining Experience, Wins in Non-Conference Slate, PU Women’s Hoops Starting Bid for 5th Ivy Title at Penn

For Courtney Banghart, the point of the non-conference schedule is more about exposing her Princeton University women’s basketball team to a wide range of competitive situations than piling up wins.…

After Promising Mound Debut With Atlanta Braves, PU Alum Hale Looking to Spend 2014 in the Majors

Heading into 2013, David Hale was just hoping to get a chance to pitch for the Atlanta Braves. “I wanted to put myself in a position for a September call-up…

Princeton Men’s Hockey Goes 0-2 at Florida Event But Sees Rays of Hope Heading Into the New Year

  Heading to the Sunshine State as it returned to action after the holiday break, the Princeton University men’s hockey team competed last weekend in the Florida College Classic in…