The Spokesman

Underrated fencing team has victorious season

Michael Gennari and Staff, Staff Writer

March 13, 2016

Fencing remains one of the most underrated sports at our school, though the PDS fencing teams have had an extremely successful year so far. The teams have stepped up their game, with the boys’ varsity squad boasting a record...

2016 Olympics: The road to Rio

Maria Tkacz, Staff Writer

March 13, 2016

The summer of 2016 is approaching rapidly, bringing with it the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. In Brazil, preparation is in full swing, and the anticipation is tangible all around the world. However, as with all major events,...

Freshmen refect on joining Upper School sports teams

Helen Mehreteab, Staff Photographer

March 13, 2016

The Princeton Day School Class of 2019 is making its presence felt on our sports teams. Four freshmen, Coby Auslander (ice hockey), Isabel Hogshire (soccer), Craig Wrenn (basketball), and David “Diggy” Coit (basketball) gave...

Panthers devour Big Red

Coby Gibson, Sports Editor

March 13, 2016

The Lawrenceville versus Princeton Day School games have always been exciting. This is true in every sport that we have played against each other and the rivalry goes back to the founding of PDS. In the past, Lawrenceville has histor...

Should all teams host a JV squad?

Elaynah Jamal and Bridget Kane

March 13, 2016

When the girl’s varsity basketball team had its first tryouts in the winter of 2013, the turnout of freshmen and sophomores was measly. That season of girls basketball was particularly special because it was head coach Kamau...

Athlete of the Month: Isabel Meyercord

Oliver McIntosh, Staff Writer

March 13, 2016

In the fourth year of her athletic career at Princeton Day School, senior varsity captain and the Spokesman’s Athlete of the Month, Isabel Meyercord, emerged at the beginning of her final year in the Upper School ready to take ...

A closer look at the Rams’ move to Los Angeles

Sam Bernardi, Staff Writer

March 13, 2016

After 21 years in St. Louis, the Rams are headed back to their home from 1946-1994, Los Angeles. In a long, complicated, and messy process, Rams owner Stan Kroenke got what he wanted, despite breaking the hearts of St. Louis football...

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