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With Butler Igniting Late Rally in Win Over Yale, PU Women’s Hockey Gets Back on Right Track

  With the Princeton University women’s hockey team having lost six of seven games heading into exam break last month, the players needed to recharge their batteries. “I definitely think…

Connolly Provides Spark Off the Bench As Tiger Men’s Hoops Edges Columbia

On Friday night, Brendan Connolly hardly left the bench as the Princeton University men’s basketball team topped visiting Cornell 76-59. The 6’11, 255-pound senior center played one minute and had…

With Calof’s Hot Play Gaining National Attention, PU Men’s Hockey Primed for ECACH Stretch Run

Andrew Calof picked up right where he left off as the Princeton University men’s hockey team hosted Sacred Heart last Sunday in returning to action after a lengthy exam break.…

Returning From Exams With 71-33 Win Over TCNJ, Tiger Men’s Basketball Excited for Ivy Campaign

As the Princeton University men’s basketball team team returned to action after a 15-day hiatus due to exams by hosting The College of New Jersey last Sunday, Mitch Henderson didn’t…

Even Though TCNJ Men’s Hoops Routed by PU, PHS Alum Ettin Savors Jadwin Gym Appearance

Last season, Skye Ettin scored a team-high 15 points as The College of New Jersey men’s basketball team fell 79-68 to Princeton at Jadwin Gym. This past Sunday, former Princeton…

Accomplishing Dream of Playing D-I Hockey, PDS Alum Ofner Making Strides for Sacred Heart

Megan Ofner was constantly on the go during her years with the PDS girls’ hockey team. Ofner emerged as a pivotal player from the moment she hit the ice for…

After Helping PHS Boys’ Swimming to State Crown, Sprint Star Kuhlik Getting Up to Speed for Emory

Matt Kuhlik didn’t see himself heading south as he considered which college swimming program to join. “I was looking at small schools in the north like Amherst, Williams, and Dartmouth,”…

Applying Valuable Lessons From Choate Experience, Princeton Native Herr Starring for Trinity Ice Hockey

Cheeky Herr had some growing up to do when she arrived at Choate Rosemary Hall (Conn.) in the fall of 2008. “It was definitely hard to be at boarding school,”…

Continuing Recent Run of Success Against Penn, PU Men’s Hoops Defeats Quakers in Ivy Opener

Penn-Princeton is one of the most storied rivalries in men’s college basketball but the Tigers have taken the drama out of the series in recent years. Coming into last Saturday’s…

Miller Makes Solid Ivy Debut for PU Women’s Hoops As Tigers Start Title Defense by Defeating Penn 77-47

While the Princeton University women’s basketball team hit some bumps in the road as it prepared for Ivy League play, the Tigers quickly got into cruise control as they hosted…