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Continuing Her Meteoric Rise in the 1,500, PU’s Feldman Places 5th at NCAA Meet

For much of her sports career at Haddonfield High School in suburban Philadelphia, track was a sidelight for Greta Feldman, simply a means for her to stay in shape for…

PU Track Star Cabral Wins NCAA Steeplechase; Now Running After a Spot in Summer Olympics

After placing second in the steeplechase at the NCAA Championships the last two years, Princeton University distance star Donn Cabral knew he was the hunted one as he competed in…

Ending PU Track Career by Competing at NCAAs, Distance Star Leung Aiming for Peak Performance

Brian Leung headed into the mountains to prepare for his final year of distance running at Princeton University. “This summer went smoothly; a bunch of teammates and I went out…

Reflecting Ups and Downs of Transition Season, PU Men’s Heavyweights Inconsistent at IRAs

For the Princeton University men’s heavyweight rowers, their performance last week at the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) national championship regatta turned out to be a reflection of a transition season…

Embracing the Responsibility of the Stroke Seat; Silveira Setting Tone for PU Heavyweight Crew

Some rowers shy away from the stroke seat and the accompanying responsibility to initiate the cadence for a boat but not Ian Silveira. “I like the feeling that there is…

Senior Cox Flavin Faces Pressure Head-On, Helping PU Open Crew Place 4th at NCAAs

When Lila Flavin reflects on her Princeton University career, one of the major lessons that comes to her mind centers on mental toughness. “I think what they say about Princeton…

Going From Walk-on to Star for Haverford Baseball; PHS Alum Miranda Produces Record-Setting Spring

Nick Miranda had a modest goal when he took the field for the season opener this spring in his sophomore campaign with the Haverford College baseball team. “Playing in Florida,…

Finishing PU Women’s Track Career in Style, Senior Sprinter Moran Makes Historical Impact

Eileen Moran is not the quickest sprinter out of the blocks. “My start is not the very best; I have trouble with reaction,” said Moran, a senior star for the…

Stuart Alum Baker Goes From Walk-on to Stroke Seat In Becoming Mainstay for PU Women’s Open Crew

During her sports career at Stuart Country Day School, Katie Baker liked to keep busy, starring at field hockey, basketball, and lacrosse. Entering Princeton University in the fall of 2008,…

Former Rutgers Star Lloyd Comfortable at PU As U.S. Women’s Soccer Trains at Roberts Stadium

During her All-American soccer career at Rutgers University Carli Lloyd enjoyed some fierce battles against local rival Princeton. “There was probably the most amount of yellow cards during our games,”…