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Callahan Refuses To Be Derailed by Foot Injuries, Anchors PU Men’s Track to NCAA Relay Title

As Peter Callahan waited to get the baton for his 1,600-meter anchor leg in the distance medley relay (DMR) earlier this month at the NCAA Indoor Championships, he went through…

With Junior Strabo Starring at Shortstick Middie, PU Men’s Lax Answering Defensive Questions

Jack Strabo knows that he is not going to draw the spotlight through his role as a shortstick defensive midfielder for the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team but he isn’t…

Heading South for Annual Spring Break Jaunt, PU Baseball Sees Trip as Rehearsal for Ivy Play

Although the Princeton University baseball team dropped three of four games at Stetson earlier this month in its second weekend of action this season, Scott Bradley drew a lot of…

Displaying the Resolve That Exemplifies Senior Group, Polansky Helps PU Women’s Hoops to 4th Ivy Crown

  In one respect, Lauren Polansky has experienced an agonizing winter in her final season with the Princeton University women’s basketball team. The gritty point guard and two-time Ivy League…

Failing to Capitalize on Scoring Opportunities, PU Men’s Hockey Falls to Cornell in Playoffs

Rob Kleebaum and his teammates on the Princeton University men’s hockey team worked hard to earn home ice for the opening round of the ECAC Hockey playoffs. “I thought our…

PU Women’s Lax Tops Brown in Ivy Opener As McMunn Becomes More Goal-Oriented

As a freshman on the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team last spring, Erin McMunn utilized her passing skills to make an immediate impact. The attacker passed for a team-high 30…

With Frosh Ambler Making Immediate Impact, Tiger Men’s Lax Featuring High-Octane Offense

Even though the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team trailed Villanova 10-8 heading into the fourth quarter last week, Ryan Ambler and his Tiger teammates weren’t feeling any sense of panic.…

Doomed by Uncharacteristic Defensive Lapses, Tiger Men’s Basketball Knocked Out of Ivy Race

Coming into last weekend, the Princeton University men’s basketball team controlled its own destiny. Sitting in first place in the Ivy League standings with a one-game edge on second-place Harvard…

Getting on Same Page With New Coaching Staff, Princeton Softball Produces Encouraging 6-3 Start

Lisa Sweeney had a good feeling about her Princeton University softball team before it even played a game this spring. “We went into the first weekend with confidence,” said first-year…

With Hummer Leading the Way in His Jadwin Finale, PU Men’s Hoops Tops Harvard, Takes 1st in Ivy Race

  In its two Ivy League losses this season, the Princeton University men’s basketball team showed plenty of heart but failed to make enough big plays to avoid defeat. Falling…