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Welcoming Back U.S. Team Stars and Opening New Field, No. 4 Princeton Field Hockey Primed for Special Season

This fall, the Princeton University field hockey team will be opening its sparkling new Bedford Field, a state-of-the-art Astroturf facility adjacent to the Class of 1952 Stadium. In the view…

Drawing Motivation From Last Fall’s Frustrations, PU Men’s Soccer Aiming to Regain Winning Ways

Jim Barlow will tell you that there is not much difference between first place and the cellar in Ivy League men’s soccer. “We know how even the league is,” said…

Relying on Better Depth, Senior Leadership; PU Women’s Soccer Looking for Rebound

Looking at the statistics, it would appear that the Princeton University women’s soccer team produced another solid campaign in 2011. The Tigers outscored their foes 27-26 on the season, generating…

Ammon Gives His All at Washington Capitals Camp; Making Impression After Missing Out Last Summer

Andrew Ammon was excited to get invited to the Washington Capitals prospect camp last summer. But the Princeton University men’s hockey star never got the chance to go. An injury…

Princeton Men’s Basketball Traveling to Spain; Sees Trip Enhancing Chemistry, Sharpening Skills

In addition to spending countless hours on the basketball court honing his skills, Princeton University men’s hoops star T.J. Bray has been studying Spanish for years. “I took Spanish in…

Local Standout Copeland Achieving Dream, Starting Career With Princeton Field Hockey

In early August, Princeton University field hockey players, Julia and Katie Reinprecht, achieved their goal of making the Olympics as they played for the U.S. team in the London Summer…

Matheson’s Goal Gives Canada Women’s Soccer Bronze; Princeton Athletes End London Olympics With 7 Medals

Diana Matheson helped lead the Princeton University women’s soccer team reach unprecedented heights when it advanced to the 2004 College Cup national semifinals. Last Thursday, the 2008 Tiger alum’s brilliance…

Going From Fan to Star for Philadelphia Union PU Soccer Alum Hoppenot Turning Heads in MLS

Last year, Antoine Hoppenot enjoyed heading down the road from Princeton to PPL Park in Chester, Pa. to root for the Philadelphia Union of Major League Soccer (MLS). So when…

Taking Leadership Role With U.S. Hockey Program, Princeton’s Kampersal Guiding U-18 Women’s Squad

Figuring that he was pretty much out of the loop when it came to the U.S. women’s hockey program, Jeff Kampersal wasn’t expecting to be pressed into service any time…

After 3rd Prospects Camp With Ottawa Senators, PU Hockey’s Sdao Getting Comfortable With Club

After getting drafted by the Ottawa Senators in the seventh round of the 2009 National Hockey League Entry Draft, Michael Sdao continues to get acquainted with the club. The rising…