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Vol. LXV, No. 15
Wednesday, April 13, 2011
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(Photo Courtesy of Princeton Crew/Tom Nowak)

LIGHT SOURCE: The top-ranked Princeton University men’s lightweight first varsity crew heads to victory over Georgetown and Columbia earlier this month in the Fosburgh Cup regatta at Lake Carnegie. Pictured from left are six-seat Tyler Nase, seven-seat Steve Cutler, stroke Robin Prendes, and coxswain Mike Perl.

Maintaining Their Championship Standards, No. 1 PU Men’s Lightweights Off to Hot Start

Bill Alden

With the Princeton University men’s lightweight crew having swept the Eastern Sprints and Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) national regattas the last two years, Marty Crotty knows that his rowers want to maintain high standards.

Johnson’s Sudden Exit From Tiger Men’s Hoops Has Left Followers of Storied Program Perplexed

Bill Alden

It was the hot topic last week whenever any members of the Princeton University men’s basketball nation crossed paths.

Sparked by Haughton’s Playmaking, PHS Girls’ Lacrosse Starting to Roll

Bill Alden

Although Mia Haughton certainly didn’t want to see the Princeton High girls’ lacrosse team start the season with a loss, the squad’s opening day 8-6 setback to WW/P-N may turn out to be a blessing in disguise.

Featuring a Core of Steady Veterans, PHS Boys’ Tennis Appears Formidable

Bill Alden

While the Princeton High boys’ tennis team may not have a headliner this spring like such past stars as Chris Hoeland or Matt Ullmann, the squad features balance and depth.

Senior Pyne Blossoming Into Star, Leader As Hun Softball Produces Promising Start

Bill Alden

For MacKenzie Pyne, becoming a star on the Hun School softball team required patience and diligence.

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