Arturo Rodrigues and Marie-Eve Hebert came to the Hun School swim team this season with vastly different backgrounds in the sport.
Hebert arrived at Hun this fall from Quebec with 10 years experience as a swimmer, most of which has been spent swimming at a high level. Rodrigues arrived at Hun this fall from Belgium with no experience in competitive swimming.
Hun basketball player Jada Jones ’19 joined an exclusive club on January 16thtallying 1,000 points in her high school career, an outstanding achievement last accomplished by a female player at Hun in 2007. A team captain, she got her thousandth point with a free throw in a 55-38 win over Hightstown High School.
In discussing his Hun School ice hockey team, coach Ian McNally smiles when thinking about how physically imposing the Raiders have gotten this year. “In general we’re kind of bigger and older than we’ve been, and it’s nice,” McNally said. “Usually you’re looking at the other team going out for warm-ups and thinking, ‘We’re in a little bit of trouble,’ when you see their size. But I imagine there’s some teams watching us going through warm-ups this year and they’re saying ‘Uh oh,’ and he’s a big reason why.”
The Hun School of Princeton is an independent, coeducational, private day and boarding college preparatory school. Student-centered, hands-on learning prepares students for the global community in which they will live and work.