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Sparked by Superb Efforts From Polansky, Helmstetter, PU Women’s Basketball Finally Breaks Rutgers Hex

Lauren Polansky knew what she was getting into as the Princeton University women’s basketball team prepared to play Rutgers while Kristen Helmstetter had no idea that she was destined to…

With Injury-Plagued Mucha Finding Her Form, PU Women’s Hockey Headed in Right Direction

After leading the Princeton University women’s hockey team in scoring as a freshman in the 2010-11 season, Olivia Mucha’s second college season didn’t go as well. The 5’5 forward played…

Sparked by Kinney’s Brilliant Slap Shot Goal, PU Women’s Hockey Rallies to Top Ohio State

Alex Kinney likes to hone her long range shooting on a daily basis, sometimes to the amusement of her teammates on the Princeton University women’s hockey team. “I do that…

With Bowen Relishing New Starting Role, PU Women’s Basketball Making Progress

After falling to Marist on November 17 to suffer their first defeat of the season, Megan Bowen and her teammates on the Princeton University women’s basketball team were determined to…

PU Men’s Hockey Produces Weekend Split; Needs to Make Quicker Starts to Get Rolling

Even though the Princeton University men’s hockey team has only played eight games this season, the Tigers have proven they can fight back from a deficit. In a win over…

Displaying Its Special Blend of Chemistry, Talent PU Field Hockey Edges UNC for 1st NCAA Crown

Katie Reinprecht felt awful last Sunday morning just hours before the Princeton University field hockey team was slated to face the University of North Carolina in the NCAA Championship game.…

Despite Falling to Dartmouth in Season Finale, PU Football Proud of Its Dramatic Improvement

At about 2 last Saturday afternoon, things were falling into place for the Princeton University football team. The Tigers had jumped out to a 14-0 lead over visiting Dartmouth and…

After Falling to Rutgers for 2nd Straight Defeat, Princeton Men’s Hoops Needs to Work Out Kinks

For the Princeton University men’s basketball team, its non-conference schedule is designed to be a minefield, providing an array of challenges to sharpen the squad for Ivy League play. Last…

Ignited by Davis’ Pivotal 100-yard Interception Return, PU Football Tops Yale to Stay in Ivy Race, Earn Bonfire

It is the kind of game-changing play that the Princeton University football team has failed to produce in recent seasons. With Princeton locked in a 7-7 tie at Yale last…

Rallying From Early Deficit to Defeat Virginia 5-2, No. 2 PU Field Hockey Earns Spot in NCAA Final 4

In late October, the second-ranked Princeton University field hockey team got a scare as it pulled out a 2-1 win over No. 7 Virginia. When the programs met again last…