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With Nase Setting Tone Through Work Ethic; PU Men’s Lightweights Primed for IRA Regatta

During the early days of his rowing career, Tyler Nase watched the movie Gladiator to get pumped up for competition. “I used to do that a lot in high school,”…

PU Women’s Open Crew Wins Ivy Team Title; Bringing Momentum Into NCAA Championships

Coming into the Ivy League Championships regatta last Sunday, Lori Dauphiny was certain that her Princeton University women’s open crew varsity 8 faced a dogfight. “It was wide open, we…

PU Men’s Heavyweights Make Strides at Sprints; Aim to Continue Progress at IRA Championships

Greg Hughes has been fine-tuning the training approach for his Princeton University men’s heavyweight rowers this spring. “I would say there is a change in intensity, not volume,” said fourth-year…

Buoyed by Come-From-Behind Win in Ivy Tourney, PU Men’s Golf Shooting for Big Effort at NCAAs

Coming into the Ivy League Championship in late April, Will Green believed that his Princeton University men’s golf team was in the mix for the title. “It was wide open…

Tiger Women’s Lax Edged by Duke in OT at NCAAs, But Loss Doesn’t Diminish Strides Made by Program

Earlier in the spring, the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team appeared overmatched as it fell to such powerful non-conference foes as Georgetown and Maryland. But catching fire, the Tigers won…

After Getting Picked by KC Chiefs in NFL Draft, Tiger Standout Catapano Primed for Mini-Camp

In January, Mike Catapano knew he had to stand out on the practice field as he took part in the 88th annual East-West Shrine all-star college football game in St.…

Princeton Men’s Lacrosse Tops Cornell in Ivy Semis But Loses to Yale in Title Game, Shut Out of NCAAs

Even though his Princeton University men’s lacrosse team ended regular season play by falling 17-11 to Cornell on April 27, Chris Bates sensed things would be different when the teams…

Taking a Major Step in Bounce-Back Season, PU Women’s Lightweights Place 2nd in Sprints

Paul Rassam knew that his Princeton University women’s lightweight crew was going to hit some choppy water last spring. “I think some coaches are afraid to use the word rebuilding…

PU Women’s Water Polo Earns Return Trip to NCAAs; Sixth-Seeded Tigers to Face No. 3 UCLA in Quarters

Its quest to repeat as Eastern champions looked to be in serious jeopardy as the Princeton University women’s water polo team found itself trailing Hartwick College 7-3 at halftime in…

Ellis Enjoys Career Effort on Senior Day, Helping PU Women’s Lax Top Penn State

For Sam Ellis, being honored along with her classmates on the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team last Saturday for the program’s Senior Day triggered some deep emotions. “It is a…