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1976 Penn/Princeton program.

For just $0.74 more than it would have set me back walking in to Jadwin Gym 34 years ago, I picked up a copy of the above Penn/Princeton program on eBay this week.

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Friday News:

Behind a game-high 14 points and 11 rebounds from Mason Rocca, Armani Jeans Milano advanced to the Lega A finals with a 65-59 win over Pepsi Caserta.

Chris Young is one of a trio of frustrated aces sidelined by shoulder injuries.

Sports and Life Ramblings mentions an awkward encounter between John Thompson III and a Georgetown recruiting target at the All-Met banquet.

In a Star Ledger article about the hiring of Avery Johnson as the new head coach of the Nets, Armond Hill is recommended as a possible addition to Johnson's staff, mentioning that Hill has been primarily responsible for Rajon Rondo's development with the Celtics this season.

Tuesday News:

ESPN has published a College Basketball Encyclopedia that (among many other things) ranks all eligible teams from 1-330. Princeton is #85 overall, the #25 program of the 1960s.

The Providence Journal has a piece about the divergent paths of Armond Hill and Brown star Eddie Morris.

Judson Wallace shares a new blog post on the Euroleague web site.

Friday News:

Robert Burke has landed at American University, filling the assistant coach position vacated by Mike Brennan.

Georgetown now knows who it will be playing in Big East play this coming season.

In addition to Pete Carril coaching the Sacramento NBA Summer League team, Armond Hill will be assisting the Celtics' squad in Orlando.

Saturday News:

Armond Hill was selected for induction into the New York City Basketball Hall of Fame. A ceremony will be held on September 24th at the New York Athletic Club.

Chris Mooney is on Twitter. Follow him to find out the latest from the Spiders' head man.

Super Bowl Sunday News:

In addition to our recap, there are two pieces on Princeton's victory over Harvard - one on and the other on

Georgetown (12-8) lost their fifth straight, 94-82 at Marquette. The Golden Eagles and Hoyas were tied at halftime, before the home team pulled away.

How about Northwestern (12-7)? Three weeks after losing by 29 at Wisconsin, the Wildcats got 26 from Craig Moore and bested the Badgers by three.

Oregon State (10-10) won the Civil War over Oregon, 57-54. Roeland Schaftenaar banked in a 30 foot three pointer to keep the Ducks at bay.

Mercer (11-10) beat Salem 75-61. The Vikings had 25 assists on their 33 field goals.

Denver (9-12) led for the first 38:40 in Alabama, but were caught by Troy at the end of regulation and passed in overtime.

Despite 36 points from David Gonzalvez, Richmond fell 74-65 at Temple.

Princeton recruit Will Barrett had nine as Central Bucks South improved to 17-3.

Bill Doyle of the Worcester Telegram & Gazette calls Armond Hill the brains behind the Boston Celtics' offense.

Around the Ivy League: Cornell (14-6 / 4-0) kept rolling, limiting Yale (7-11 / 2-2) to 23% shooting in a 64-36 win. Columbia (7-11 / 2-2) held off Brown (6-12 / 0-4), 65-59. With a three point win, Dartmouth (4-14 / 2-2) ended a 12 year losing streak against Penn (5-11 / 1-1). Dan Biber converted an old-fashioned three point play with eight seconds left.

Sunday News:

Today's Game: Concordia (5-13 / 3-5) vs. Princeton (4-8 / 0-0)
Location: Jadwin Gym - Princeton, NJ
Time: 5:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: This is the first meeting between the two teams.
Last meeting: This is the first meeting between the two teams.

Concordia Princeton
0-3 Home Record 2-4
3-6 Away Record 2-4
2-4 Neutral Record 0-0
N/A RPI 310
N/A Sagarin 297
N/A Pomeroy 267
65.2 Points / Game 58.2
71.8 Points Allowed / Game 60.0
.419 FG% .413
.655 FT% .721
.329 3PT FG% .350
39.6 Rebounds / Game 33.7
12.4 Off. Rebounds / Game         9.7
13.9 Assists / Game 10.8
18.3 Turnovers / Game 14.8
3.8 Blocks / Game 3.1
Batista: 15.5 Points Davis: 13.8
Batista: 8.6 Rebounds Buczak: 4.8
Gaskins: 4.6 Assists Maddox: 1.9
Gaskins: 2.0 Steals Davis: 1.4
Eason: 1.6 Blocks Maddox: 1.0
Cunningham: .563 FG% (Min: 10 FGM) Buczak: .530
Cunningham: .806 FT% (Min: 10 FTM) Maddox: .826
Batista: .380 3PT FG% (Min: 10 3PTM) Mavriades: .400

Georgetown vs. Seton Hall - 2:00 pm ET - SNY/MASN
MCCC vs. CCRI - 3:00 pm ET
Richmond vs. St. Louis - 3:00 pm ET

Oregon State (8-10) led wire to wire, winning 72-60 at Stanford. The Beavers swept the Cal/Stanford weekend for the first time in sixteen years.

Denver (8-11) also had an impressive conference win, beating Western Kentucky 78-74. The backdoor layup that iced the game with 13 seconds to go was a thing of beauty.

Northwestern (10-7) lost 68-59 at Michigan. The Wolverines hit nine three pointers against the Wildcats' 1-3-1 zone.

Mercer (9-8) had six players in double figures and defeated Dean 93-84. We hear that Armond Hill was at the game.

Georgetown plays at the Prudential Center for the first time this afternoon, facing Seton Hall. Coach John Thompson III calls the Hoyas' loss to West Virginia on Thursday "a blip." Today will go a long way to proving if he was right or not.

Richmond is at St. Louis in Atlantic 10 action.

Princeton recruit Mack Darrow had 19 points in Barrington's loss to Fremd.

Around the Ivy League: Dartmouth (3-13 / 1-1) ended their eight game losing streak, getting past Harvard (9-7 / 1-1) in overtime, 75-66. Cornell (12-6 / 2-0) bested Columbia (5-11 / 0-2) for the second time in as many meetings, 83-72. St. Joe's pulled away from Penn (4-10 / 0-0) down the stretch, 80-68.

Tuesday News:

Chris Young takes to the mound at Shea Stadium tonight as San Diego visits the Mets. First pitch is scheduled for 7:10 pm ET.

Celtics assistant coach Armond Hill stopped by the Elite Players Basketball Camp.

A 6'9" Rhode Island center who says he "received an offer" from Princeton will attend Vermont.

Tuesday News:

"Rebounding ace" Mason Rocca has signed with Armani Jeans Milano.

The Princeton Packet talks to Armond Hill about the Celtics' NBA championship.

In Rico's Get Better League action, Zane Ma had four points and seven rebounds as Team Future defeated Rico’s Young Franchise Boys 62-60.

Thursday News:

Congratulations to Armond Hill, who is a member of the NBA champion Boston Celtics' coaching staff. Does anyone know the last Princeton alum to be a part of a NBA title?

Will Venable was 3-4 at the plate and scored the game-winning run as Portland defeated Tucson in 10 innings.

Been wondering where in the world is Spencer Gloger? He lead Spain's Melilla Baloncesto in three pointers this past season.

Dartmouth has announced its 2008-09 schedule. That fills in four pieces of Princeton's fixtures.

Saturday News:

A story about the Ivy Athletes Charity Team, co-founded by Luke Owings in 2007.

Chris Young visited Lakeside Farms Elementary School.

Will Venable extended his hitting streak to nine straight games as Portland defeated Fresno 7-4 in 10 innings.

Doc Rivers praises Armond Hill for his work as an assistant coach for the Boston Celtics.

Thursday News:

The Daily Princetonian talks to Armond Hill.

Two recruits hit the radar - an Arkansas point guard who has shown interest in Princeton and a Michigan guard/forward who says he has talked to the Tigers staff.

Bill Reynolds of The Providence Journal suggests the Friars should hire Craig Robinson.

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