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Vol. LXV, No. 50
Wednesday, December 14, 2011
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(Photo by Frank Wojciechowski)

ROAD TEST: Princeton University men’s basketball payer Ian Hummer makes an inside move in recent action. Last Wednesday, Hummer banged in a last-second lay-up to provide the margin of victory as Princeton nipped Rutgers 59-57. Three days later, the Tigers fell 64-60 at Drexel as Hummer scored a team-high 18 points. Princeton, now 4-6, will continue an extended road swing when it plays at Rider on December 14 and at Northeastern on December 18. Over a two-month span between December 7 and February 4, the Tigers will play 12 of 13 games away from home.

Starting Road Swing With Thrilling Win at Rutgers, Princeton Men’s Basketball Primed for Trip to Rider

Bill Alden

It was the first stop on an extended road swing for the Princeton University men’s basketball team and it exemplified the pitfalls of playing in an unfriendly environment.

PU Women’s Hockey Drops 2 to Quinnipiac; Needs to Show More Toughness After Break

Bill Alden

In last year’s ECAC Hockey quarterfinals, the Princeton University women’s hockey team battled Quinnipiac tooth and nail but couldn’t overcome the Bobcats.

Starting Five Needs to Display Character For PHS Boys’ Hoops to Have Big Season

Bill Alden

Over the past few years, the Princeton High boys’ basketball team has utilized a run-and-gun approach to develop into a consistent winner.

Denise Follows in Footsteps of Brothers; Helps PDS Boys’ Hockey Win Invitational

Bill Alden

As a grade schooler, Conrad Denise went all out as a fan at the Princeton Day School Invitational hockey tournament.

With Ofner Showing Finishing Touch, PDS Girls’ Hockey Making Progress

Bill Alden

Coming into its annual invitational tournament, the Princeton Day School girls’ hockey team had a clear point of emphasis.


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