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No. 4 PU Men’s Heavyweights Cruise Past Navy, Bring 2-0 Record Into Historic Childs Cup Regatta

Greg Hughes knew he had something special on his hands with the Princeton University men’s heavyweight crew before it even hit the water this spring. “The guys worked hard, we…

PU Softball Has Lost Weekend in New England, Aims to Get Momentum With Columbia Twin Bills

Even though it won three straight games before heading to New England last weekend for doubleheaders at Dartmouth and Harvard, the Princeton University softball team realized that it needed more…

Tiger Men’s Lacrosse Falls at Stony Brook, Looks to Raise Its Game for Ivy Stretch Drive

Coming off a tough 10-8 loss to Brown, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team seemed to be back on the winning track in the early stages of its game at…

Sanschagrin Stifles High-Powered Brown But PU Men’s Lax Falls Short in 10-8 Loss

As the ESPNU announcers introduced the television broadcast of the clash between the No. 10 Princeton University men’s lacrosse team and No. 13 Brown last Sunday, the focus was on…

Junior Standout Hoy Enjoys Superb Weekend, But PU Baseball Goes 1-3 in First Ivy Action

After the Princeton University baseball team fell 4-3 to Brown early Sunday afternoon in its Ivy League opening doubleheader, the Tigers were determined to make amends in the nightcap. “If…

Sophomore Doherty Catches Fire with 7-Goal Week As Princeton Women’s Lax Splits With Cal, Delaware

Through the first seven games of the season, Anna Doherty had scored just two goals for the Princeton University women’s lacrosse team. Then last Wednesday, the sophomore midfielder from nearby…

Historic Run Comes to End for PU Women’s Hoops, But 31-1 Team’s Legacy Unaffected by NCAA Loss

If there was any doubt that the Princeton University women’s basketball team had captured the imagination of those far and near with its 30-0 regular season, the scene at the…

Miller Shrugs Off Lingering Effects of Virus, Sparking PU Women’s Hoops to 1st NCAA Win

As the Princeton University women’s basketball team prepared for its NCAA first round contest against Wisconsin-Green Bay last Saturday, Michelle Miller wasn’t up to par. “I had a fever on…

Displaying Grit in Pulling Out Another 1-Goal Win, No. 10 PU Men’s Lacrosse Edges No. 11 Yale 11-10

When Princeton University men’s lacrosse head coach Chris Bates reviewed the tape of his team’s game against Yale last Saturday, he saw plenty of room for improvement. “When we looked…

While Perplexed by Only Being Seeded 8th With 30-0 Mark, Princeton Women’s Hoops Focused on NCAA Breakthrough

In late November, the Princeton University women’s basketball team practiced at the University of Maryland’s XFINITY Center as it prepared for a game at American University. Now after completing a…