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PU Water Polo’s Hoffenberg Primed to Be a Threat As U.S. Shoots for Gold at World Maccabiah Games

For Drew Hoffenberg, competing for the U.S. Junior National water polo team during his high school years hastened his development as a player. “It’s a lot of fun; you are…

PU Hoops Alum Micir Has Teaching in Her Genes, Excited to Start Coaching Career With Dartmouth

Even as Addie Micir was working overtime at Jadwin Gym to sharpen her skills for the Princeton University women’s basketball team, she sensed that coaching was in her future. “I…

Tiger Alum McGarvie Reilly Looking for Encore As U.S. Women’s Lax Defends World Cup Title

Holly McGarvie Reilly has been busy on many fronts since helping the U.S. squad win the gold medal at the 2009 Federation of International Lacrosse (FIL) Women’s World Cup. After…

After Superb Senior Season for PU Women’s Lax, Ellis Competing for Israeli Squad at World Cup

Sam Ellis and her teammates on the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team were fired up to get a chance to compete in the NCAA tournament this May. After falling to…

Franklin Ends PU Track Career in Blaze of Glory, Taking 5th in NCAA 10k, Earning All-America Status

Michael Franklin’s first 10,000 meters race for the Princeton University men’s track team didn’t go very well. “Coach [Steve] Dolan thought I could hang in there with a slow pace…

Princeton Track Star Hollimon Hit Right Note, Ending Tiger Career by Competing at NCAAs

While Austin Hollimon’s proficiency with musical notes in high school as a trombone player had him thinking about attending the Juilliard School of Music, a letter from a coach took…

PU Men’s Heavyweights Made 2 IRA Finals Demonstrating That Program Is a Rising Force

Last year, the Princeton University men’s heavyweight crew first varsity 8 just missed out on making the grand final at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) regatta. The Tigers fell to…

With Superb Group of Seniors Ending on High Note, PU Open Crew Takes 3rd Overall at NCAA Regatta

While Lori Dauphiny was excited to see her Princeton University women’s open crew compete at the NCAA championship regatta last weekend, there was a tinge of sadness as the program’s…

Adding to Family’s Special Princeton Tradition, PU Women’s Rower Morss Enjoys Superb Career

With her family history, Alex Morss seemed destined to end up at Princeton University. Both of her parents are Princeton alums along with her grandfather, an aunt, and an uncle.…

Tiger Women’s Golfer Shon Ends Historic Spring By Placing in Top Third at NCAA Championship

Kelly Shon has become used to carrying the torch on the golf course this spring. In late April, the Princeton University junior star won the Ivy League women’s individual crown…