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ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH: Princeton University junior defender Brett Westgarth controls the puck in a recent game. Last Friday, Westgarth contributed an assist as the Tigers stunned two-time defending national champion Denver University 4-1 in the opening round of the Wells Fargo Denver Cup. Westgarth was named to the All-Tournament team along with his brother, Kevin. The Tigers ended up falling 5-1 in the title game to fourth-ranked Boston College.

Tiger Men's Hockey Pulls Stunner in Denver, Looks to Ride That High Against Yale, Brown

By Bill Alden

It appeared that the Princeton University men's ice hockey team was headed for a Rocky Mountain low as it played in the Wells Fargo Denver Cup tournament.

Perseverance Pays Off for Senior Star O'Brien; Princeton Women's Hoops Poised for Ivy Run

By Bill Alden

It hasn't been an easy road for Katy O'Brien and her senior classmates on the Princeton University women's basketball team.

Sparked by Return of Senior Point Guard Greenman, Tiger Men's Hoops Shows Progress in Rutgers Loss

By Bill Alden

Over the last three weeks, Scott Greenman has cut a forlorn figure as he sat on the bench in street clothes while the Princeton University men's basketball team struggled mightily.

Tartacoff Provides Leadership, Offensive Spark but Hun Girls' Hoops Drops Nailbiter at ESCIT

By Bill Alden

Ali Tartacoff didn't sulk when she fouled out in overtime as the Hun School girls' basketball team battled Trenton Catholic last Friday in the title game of the Eastern States Christmas Invitational Tournament (ESCIT).

With Senior Star Godwin Returning From Injury, PDS Boys' Hoops Looks to Get Over Hump

By Bill Alden

With high-scoring senior guard Drew Godwin having been sidelined with an ankle injury since before the season opener, the Princeton Day School boys' basketball team has been forced to mix and match.