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Lussi Makes Striking Debut for PU Women’s Soccer; Earning Ivy Honors as Tigers Beat Richmond, Army

It didn’t take long for freshman forward Tyler Lussi to make an impact for the Princeton University women’s soccer team. Playing in the season opener last Friday night against visiting…

Junior Star Evans Shows Offensive Aggressiveness, Helping No. 3 PU Field Hockey Top Duke, Fairfield

Allison Evans and her teammates on the Princeton University field hockey team were frustrated heading into halftime last Saturday in their game against visiting Fairfield. Even though third-ranked and defending…

Tiger Men’s Soccer Opens With Loss at FDU, Hoping to Find Rhythm as It Hits Busy Stretch

Jim Barlow knew that his Princeton University men’s soccer team faced a stern test when it opened its season at Fairleigh Dickinson last Friday night. FDU brought a 2-0 record…

After Winning Program’s 1st NCAA Championship, Princeton Field Hockey Not Resting on Its Laurels

In 2011, the Princeton University field hockey team dealt with the absence of four key players who spent the year away from school training with the U.S. national program. Despite…

Buoyed by Spring Journey to Barcelona, PU Men’s Soccer Preparing for Title Run

The Catalonia region of northeastern Spain is a soccer hotbed, boasting FC Barcelona, one of the top pro clubs in the world, and its legendary superstar Lionel Messi. This past…

As Tiger Women’s Soccer Defends Ivy Crown, It Needs Talented Offense to Reach Its Potential

Coming into the 2012 season, Julie Shackford was comforted by the fact that her Princeton University women’s soccer team included eight seniors. Asserting that teams who excel typically have a…

Bucking Family Trend of Competing for Harvard Teams, PDS Alum Jenkins Staying Home for Tiger Field Hocke

In 2009, Mariel Jenkins headed to Harvard to join the school’s women’s lacrosse team after a stellar career at Princeton Day School. Two years later, her younger sister, Sydney, followed…

After Completing Family Trip Around the World, PU Soccer Alum Marsch Returns to Alma Mater

Jesse Marsch and his young family recently returned from the trip of a lifetime, traveling around the world for five months and visiting 29 countries. As the former Princeton University…

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…