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Sunday News:

Today's Game: TCNJ (5-14 / 3-10) vs. Princeton (7-7 / 1-0)
Location: Jadwin Gym - Princeton, NJ
Time: 2:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: Princeton leads 4-0.
Last meeting: Princeton 79 TCNJ 68 - 1/8/12.

TCNJ Princeton
2-7 Home Record 3-3
3-7 Away Record 4-3
0-0 Neutral Record 0-1
N/A RPI 127
N/A Sagarin 94
N/A Pomeroy 90
62.6 Points / Game 61.4
69.4 Points Allowed / Game 58.6
.401 FG% .452
.663 FT% .686
.332 3PT FG% .364
30.8 Rebounds / Game 30.5
10.6 Off. Rebounds / Game         8.4
-6.1 Rebounding Margin +0.5
11.7 Assists / Game 14.6
13.9 Turnovers / Game 12.9
1.6 Blocks / Game 2.4
Johnson: 12.1 Points Hummer: 16.0
Fox: 4.0 Rebounds Hummer: 6.6
Johnson: 3.1 Assists Hummer: 4.6
Johnson: 1.6 Steals Bray: 1.8
Kane: 0.4 Blocks Hummer: 1.0
Fox: .433 FG% (Min: 10 FGA) Connolly: .521
Keegan: .818 FT% (Min: 10 FTA) Bray, Koon: .806
Rista: .346 3PT FG% (Min: 10 3PTA)    Barrett: .511

Richmond vs. UMass - 2:00 pm ET
Fairfield vs. St. Peter's - 2:00 pm ET

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Yesterday TCNJ lost a 73-72 game versus #11 Ramapo.

They'll be honoring Mason Rocca in Milan on Sunday.

Kareem Maddox wants Newcastle to take a "business-like" approach leading up to the team's BBL Trophy game.

Richmond coach Chris Mooney was a guest on College Sports Today after Spiders' victory over VCU.

There's more on East Brunswick's win at The Hun School here.

It was Georgetown (14-4) over #5 Louisville, 53-51. The Hoyas did just enough down the stretch. Some think John Thompson III's team is now pointed in the right direction.

Mercer (15-6) ended a two game losing streak with a 63-57 win at Essex. Mustafa El-Amin scored 19 and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Vikings.

Shooting 32.1% as a team, Northwestern (12-9) lost 64-49 at Nebraska.

Washington State tripped up Oregon State (11-9) in Corvallis, 71-68.

Fairfield faces St. Peter's in Jersey City while Richmond looks for a third straight at UMass.

Around the Ivy League: Oh, Dartmouth (4-12 / 0-2). The Big Green actually held a 10 point lead with the ball in the final two minutes at Harvard (10-6 / 2-0) before the Crimson made three shots behind the arc (and were fouled on another) as they rallied to force overtime. Once they took their first lead since 2-0 on a Laurent Rivard trey, Tommy Amaker's team never trailed again. Yale (7-12 / 1-1) also required overtime, getting past Brown (7-9 / 1-1) by a 76-64 final. A three from Brian Barbour at the horn did not drop and Columbia (9-7 / 1-1) went down 66-63 at home against Cornell (9-10 / 1-1).

Wednesday News:

Minnesota vs. Northwestern - 9:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network
Denver vs. New Mexico State - 11:00 pm ET - ESPNU
Washington vs. Oregon State - 11:30 pm ET - Pac-12 Network

Penn vs. Temple - 7:00 pm ET

Princeton recruit Hashim Moore and Hun lost on a last second layup at The Lawrenceville School.

Mercer (14-6) fell 74-58 at Essex.

Been a bit since I checked on Dan Mavraides. Since joining Juve Caserta, Mavraides has been averaging eight points per game in these six contests, including a first start for his new squad their last time out.

Tonight Northwestern matches up against Minnesota, their third straight ranked opponent. Denver plays at New Mexico State and Oregon State hosts Washington. All three games are televised nationally if you're looking for some late evening viewing.

Sunday News:

Indiana vs. Northwestern - 1:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network

Princeton recruit Spencer Weisz had 15 points and 12 assists for Seton Hall Prep at the Coaches vs. Cancer Challenge.

Darien Brothers scored a career high 39 as Richmond (12-7) recorded the victory of the day among Carril Cradle teams, 81-61 over previously 15-2 Charlotte.

Denver (11-7) continues to find their lone season in the WAC to their liking. The Pioneers won their seventh straight, 68-57 over Utah State.

Georgetown (12-4) fell short at South Florida, 61-58.

USC topped Oregon State (10-8) by one. The Beavers had the ball in the lane as time expired but could not get off a legitimate look at the basket.

Mercer (14-5) lost 66-53 to Harcum.

Before the football gets underway, Northwestern hosts #2 Indiana. Listen to an excerpt of Bill Carmody on Sirius XM College Sports Nation.

Any thoughts on the steps the NCAA is taking to simplify their rulebook?

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (9-6 / 1-0) was able to overcome a 20 point deficit at Memphis but once the Crimson took the lead the Tigers closed on a 16-4 run across the final 6:40. Columbia (9-6 / 1-0) used a 13-0 second half run to create enough space between themselves and Cornell (8-10 / 0-1) in Ithaca. Penn (3-14 / 0-1) returned to their losing ways, falling 79-59 to St. Joe's at the Palestra. In a bit of a surprise, Brown (7-8 / 1-0) built as large as a 49-29 second half lead in their conference opening victory over Yale (6-12 / 0-1).

Wednesday News:

Providence vs. Georgetown - 7:00 pm ET - ESPN+
Richmond vs. Butler - 7:00 pm ET

Mercer (14-4) defeated Camden 60-59 last night. Mustafa El-Amin scored 21 including the game winning three point shot.

The defense of Princeton recruit Hashim Moore was a big part of Hun's victory over PDS.

Big Apple Buckets has a special Ivy League basketball podcast up that I recommend listening to and additionally spoke with Sydney Johnson about Fairfield's three game losing streak.

A senior in high school who attended Princeton's summer camp will play his collegiate ball on the Division III level.

Georgetown hosts Providence. The Hoyas will be without second leading scorer/rebounder Greg Whittington, suspended for a second straight game due to a violation of team rules.

Additionally, Richmond visits #13 Butler.

Friday News:

Fairfield vs. Loyola (Md.) - 7:00 pm ET - ESPNU

Denton Koon and Princeton are set for tomorrow's conference opener.

The Daily Pennsylvanian and Daily Princetonian both offer articles in advance of Saturday's game.

There's also a profile of Ian Hummer in the Trenton Times.

Our friends at Big Apple Buckets ran 10,000 simulations of the upcoming Ivy League schedule.

Future Tiger Spencer Weisz had a triple-double in yesterday's Seton Hall Prep victory.

Princeton recruit Peter Miller is playing his first games of the season after returning from an injury. See his stats to-date here.

Mercer (13-4) topped Burlington last night, 71-62.

Leading by as many as 23 in the second half, Northwestern (10-6) won 70-54 at Penn State.

Denver (8-7) recorded their fourth straight victory, 55-49 over Idaho on the road.

Arizona topped Oregon State (10-5) by 10.

Just one game on the docket for this evening as Fairfield visits Loyola (Md.).

Wednesday News:

Rhode Island vs. Richmond - 7:00 pm ET

Mercer (12-4) beat Ocean 82-52 behind 29 points for Mustafa El Amin.

Big East play has been a struggle for Georgetown (10-3). The Hoyas have failed to break 50 points in both of their conference games and last night John Thompson III's team was embarrassed by Pitt, 73-45.

Around the Ivy League: Columbia (8-6) lost 78-69 at Holy Cross. Brown (5-8) recorded a 75-74 overtime triumph over Niagara. Dartmouth (3-10) concluded a seven game losing streak with their 75-58 home win against Army. Penn (2-12) will visit Jadwin on Saturday as losers of seven straight. The Quakers came from 15 down in the second half against Lafayette to tie but Steve Rennard's wide open three pointer in the final seconds sailed right and the Leopards held on for the 85-83 final.

Sunday News:

UT-San Antonio vs. Denver - 4:00 pm ET
Northwestern vs. Minnesota - 7:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network
Oregon vs. Oregon State - 10:00 pm ET - FSN

Cornell vs. American - 2:00 pm ET
Florida vs. Yale - 5:30 pm ET - NBCSN

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's rather nice win at Elon on, in the Elon Pendulum, in the Times-News and on

Future Tiger Amir Bell and East Brunswick moved to 7-0 on the season with a win over Roselle.

Georgetown (10-2) fell 49-48 in their Big East opener at Marquette.

A six game Fairfield (10-6) winning streak concluded with a 71-67 loss at Niagara. Greg Whittington made two of three free throws with the Hoyas behind by three and :02.3 remaining.

Returning to action after the holidays, Mercer (11-4) went down 79-62 at CCRI. Mustafa El Amin scored 25 for the Vikings in defeat.

I had no idea that occasional Princeton J.V. player and pitcher Stephen Elmore was using the NCAA's grad student exemption to play a season of basketball at The Citadel.

Denver hosts UT-SA, Northwestern travels to #9 Minnesota and Oregon State hosts Oregon in a Pac-12 opening "Civil War."

Around the Ivy League: Penn (2-11) committed 21 turnovers in their 74-57 loss at La Salle. Columbia (8-5) won 64-52 at Army. Harvard (8-5) destroyed Rice by 30. Colgate made 10-13 three pointers in a 78-62 win at Dartmouth (2-10).

Sunday News:

Brown vs. Northwestern - 1:30 pm ET -

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's second straight win on, in the Trentonian, in the Trenton Times, in the Patriot-News and on

Otto Porter had a double-double as Georgetown (10-1) beat American, 65-48.

A fourth consecutive Fairfield (8-5) victory was an impressive one. The Stags pulled off a 60-57 win at St. Joe's. Derek Needham hit a late three pointer to put Sydney Johnson's team in front to stay with :16 left.

Mercer (11-3) kept rolling with an 81-58 win over Bronx. Mustafa El-Amin scored 19 for the Vikings, who won their sixth straight.

Sherrod Wright hit a three pointer as time expired to give George Mason a 67-64 victory over Richmond (9-4). The Spiders held a lead until the game's final 1:33.

Oregon State (9-2) won their fifth straight, topping San Diego in Las Vegas by seven.

Before action pauses across the board for Christmas, Northwestern still has to host Brown.

Not even vomiting at halftime could slow Princeton recruit Steven Cook.

Future Tiger Amir Bell was named the GMC Hoops Player of the Week.

A junior from upstate New York says he has interest from the Tigers among other programs.

Around the Ivy League: Dartmouth (2-8) lost 79-66 at Bryant. A late 11-0 run got Boston University past Cornell (4-8). Harvard (6-4) defeated Holy Cross, 72-65. A late three pointer provided Elon a two point margin of victory at Columbia (5-5).

Friday News:

Southern Utah vs. Denver - 6:00 pm ET
Stanford vs. Northwestern - 9:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network

Penn vs. Delaware - 7:00 pm ET

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's first home victory of the season on, in the Trentonian, in a rare Trenton Times appearance and on

Mercer (10-3) defeated Manor 99-80. Larry Webster had 22 points to lead four Vikings in double figures. You should also read about MCCC's recent trip to Washington, DC.

Princeton recruit Steven Cook and New Trier beat Evanston.

Denver hosts Southern Utah and Northwestern welcomes Stanford tonight.

I'm gearing up for my annual 24-hour holiday radio show on WPRB and my favorite preview this year interviews my parents, wife and daughter about the marathon.

Wednesday News:

Howard vs. Oregon State - 10:00 pm ET - Pac-12 Network

Cornell vs. Duke - 7:00 pm ET - ESPNU

With three Vikings in double figures, Mercer (9-3) defeated Salem 71-64.

Undefeated Wyoming was too much for Denver (3-6).

Richmond (9-3) lost 87-59 at Kansas. To Chris Mooney the Jayhawks were every bit as good as advertised.

The Chicago Tribune has a piece about Princeton recruit Steven Cook and the versatile New Trier Trevians.

The latest Sit Down With Sydney is embedded below.

Oregon State hosts Howard this evening.

Around the Ivy League: Yale (4-7) destroyed Albertus Magnus, 112-63.

Sunday News:

Drexel vs. Fairfield - 4:00 pm ET - SNY
Chicago State vs. Oregon State - 7:00 pm ET - Pac-12 Network

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's stunning loss to Fordham on, in the Trentonian, on Big Apple Buckets, in the New York Post, on the Ram, courtesy the Associated Press and on

Future Tiger Spencer Weisz had a double-double in Seton Hall Prep's season opener. Weisz followed that up with 23 points and seven steals last night against Columbia High School.

If you want to watch Amir Bell and East Brunswick defeat St. Joseph the entire game is archived here.

Mercer (8-3) won their annual early morning game at the Verizon Center, 71-66 over CCBC. Mustafa El-Amin had 22 once again for the Vikings.

A few hours later on the same floor Georgetown (9-1) bested Western Carolina, 81-68. Greg Whittington had a career high 25 for the Hoyas.

With a 76-57 win over Stetson, Richmond (9-2) is off to the school's best start in 25 years.

Denver (3-5) used a 25-0 run to rout Nebraska-Omaha, 82-47.

Today sees Fairfield host Drexel and Oregon State welcome Chicago State.

Around the Ivy League: Dartmouth (2-7) lost 61-42 at Arizona State.

Friday News:

Mercer (7-3) won their weather-delayed contest with Raritan, 79-68. Mustafa El-Amin had 22 for the Vikings while Filip Sekulic added 19 points and 11 rebounds.

Clay Wilson fields questions from the Daily Princeton, who also preview tomorrow's game.

Future Tiger Steven Cook recorded a double-double in New Trier's victory over Waukegan. Some excellent photos in this article too.

Fellow 2013 recruit Spencer Weisz made MSG Varsity's list of the top high school basketball players to watch in the state of New Jersey.

John Thompson III has some quotes about the possible dissolution of the Big East.

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