Princeton recruit Amir Bell is ready to lead his senior season.
The exact location has yet to be announced but Georgetown will play Oregon in the Armed Forces Classic this November. Hoya head coach John Thompson III guested on ESPN 980 recently, talking about Otto Porter's draft prospects, Roy Hibbert's development and other topics.
While in town for Reunions, Craig Robinson spoke with the Daily Princetonian.
I'm guessing T.J. Bray doesn't need to see another tennis racquet for a good while.
Ian Hummer worked out with the Phoenix Suns and has at least four more workouts scheduled. This brief evaluation of Hummer's skills is a fair one.
Tiger assistant Marcus Jenkins took part in the NCAA-Black Coaches and Administrators Achieving Coaching Excellence Program.
Princeton recruit Peter Miller received Northfield Mount Hermon's Richard Valentine Award, which is "the highest athletic honor given to an NMH student-athlete."
I've been thinking about Pete Carril repeatedly in the wake of the Mike Rice and Julie Hermann controversies, but Sean Gregory is the first former Princeton player to mention how Carril "walked the tightrope" with his tactics.
Here is the name of Princeton's new Director of Basketball Operations.
Harvard assistant Yanni Hufnagel left the Crimson staff for a job with Vanderbilt.
Will Venable leads San Diego with five home runs this season, including a shot to right that confused everyone. Venable is hitting .391 at the plate in his past 10 games, homering thrice.
In the minor leagues, Chris Young made his longest start (and perhaps his best start) so far with AAA Syracuse.
Judson Wallace was blogging again in advance of Barcelona Regal's appearance at the Euroleague Final Four. Wallace's team fell to rivals Real Madrid in the semis and lost by one to CSKA Moscow in the consolation game.
Nancy Lieberman's son is transferring to Richmond.
You can watch Princeton recruit Steven Cook in the 3rd Annual Chicago United Hoops Classic: Southside vs. Westside.
Start your week with the senior season highlights of Princeton recruit Henry Caruso, who was named third team all-state by Cal-Hi Sports.
Will Venable lined his third home run of the season yesterday and you can see the footage here. Venable's hitting just .216 in 30 games for the Padres.
Have you ever wondered if T.J. Bray can dunk? Your question has been answered.
A New Jersey guard claims 19 offers, including one from Princeton. There's a small forward from the Philly suburbs who also apparently has been offered by the Tigers.
The NCAA has approved a measure that allows teams to start their practice schedules two weeks earlier. It looks like most seasons will start around September 27 but this new rule "would allow schools to make their own judgment about the starting time when practice begins."
For those who asked about incoming Princeton president Christopher Eisgruber in relation to athletics, there's this quote: "I was a big fan of our basketball team in particular when I was a student here, just as I am now."
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