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With Currier Emerging as Potent Midfield Force, Tiger Men’s Lax Tops Manhattan 14-4 in Opener

Hailing from Canada, Zach Currier felt at home as snow fell throughout the second half when the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team opened its season by hosting Manhattan last Saturday.…

Overcoming Big Deficit to Take 2nd Half Lead, Tiger Men’s Hoops Falters Late in Loss to Yale

Hosting Ivy League co-leader Yale last Saturday, the Princeton University men’s basketball team knew it needed a win to make it a three-horse race for the league title at the…

PU Men’s Hockey Posts Undefeated Weekend; Showing Toughness Heading Into Stretch Run

Although the Princeton University men’s hockey team started February by losing 2-0 at Colgate and 4-2 at Cornell, Colton Phinney saw the weekend as a step in the right direction.…

After Missing Out on Postseason in 2014, PU Men’s Lacrosse Going Back to Basics

Coming off a disappointing 7-6 season last spring with five of those losses coming by a total of seven goals, the Princeton University men’s lacrosse team is getting back to…

Sparked by Williams’ Fighting Spirit in Reserve Role, No. 16 PU Women’s Hoops Routs Cornell, Now 21-0

Reserve forward Taylor Williams looks to shake things up when she enters the game for the Princeton University women’s basketball team. “I am a fighter, I am scrappy,” said Williams,…

Defenseman Mahoney Enjoys Big Senior Weekend As PU Women’s Hockey Sweeps Colgate, Cornell

For Brianne Mahoney, playing last weekend in the final regular season home games of her career with the Princeton University women’s hockey team sparked a desire for a return engagement.…

With Koelzer Thriving in Switch to Defense; PU Women’s Hockey Edges No. 4 Harvard 1-0

Kelsey Koelzer established herself as a solid offensive player last winter for the Princeton University women’s hockey team. The 5’9 native of Horsham, Pa, scored 10 points in six goals…

Legendary PU Squash Coach Callahan Passes Away, Leaving Unforgettable Legacy of Success and Dignity

The squash complex on the ‘C’ level of Princeton University’s Jadwin Gym has a subterranean feel, located two floors below Carril Court. But for 32 years, a special light emanated…

After Stellar Career for PU Men’s Soccer, Porter Heading to Montreal Impact of MLS

Cameron Porter has proven he can excel at both soccer and his studies. Joining the Princeton University men’s soccer team in 2011, Porter has enjoyed success on the pitch and…

Sparked by Senior Hazel’s Play Off the Bench, Tiger Men’s Hoops Moves to 2-1 in Ivy Action

Ben Hazel knows he can’t waste any time when he comes off the bench for the Princeton University men’s basketball team. “Coach (Mitch Henderson) just preaches being aggressive from the…