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Stephen Goldsmith's Penn pictures.

Tried something we've never done before on the site. Both Stephen Goldsmith *and* Robert Solomon shot tonight's game. I've split these images into two batches and SG is up first. Enjoy!

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Thursday News:

With Pete Carril watching, Richmond (15-14) won at St. Joe's, 52-49.

Current Princeton players talk about the NBA success of Jeremy Lin.

Steve Goodrich to Gabe Lewullis versus UCLA is one of three moments involving Tiger teams that shows up on a list of the 100 Greatest Plays in College Basketball History.

Friday and Saturday make up the final home weekend of the season for Harvard.

Monday News:

There is a new Brian Earl diary entry available. Kudos for the "Real Genius" reference!

Monday traditionally belongs to the student papers this time of year. The Daily Princetonian, the Brown Daily Herald and the Yale Daily News offer differing viewpoints on last weekend's games.

John Shurna had a great second half and it was Northwestern (14-8) with the last laugh in a 74-70 win at Illinois.

Behind 23 points from Rakim Sanders, an earlier road loss to Siena was avenged at home by Fairfield, 64-56. The Stags have won three straight.

Friday News:

Richmond vs. UCLA - 10:30 pm ET - Prime Ticket

Maine vs. Brown - 2:00 pm ET
Dartmouth vs. Albany - 2:00 pm ET
Marist vs. Penn - 7:00 pm ET

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's loss in Albany on, in the Daily Princetonian, in the Times Union, in the Daily Gazette, in the Saratogian and on

The game also showed up as part of the Mid-Majority's 800 Games Project.

Princeton assistant and "driver" Brian Earl has a new diary up.

Future Tiger Mike Washington Jr. had 18 points in Oak Harbor's loss to undefeated Mountlake Terrace.

Leading by as many as 27 in the second half, Denver (10-2) took care of The Citadel.

Fairfield (7-5) trailed UConn by 20 at the half but was within one possession in the final 2:30. The Stags would eventually drop a 79-71 final.

Despite 34 from Drew Crawford on 13-17 shooting, Northwestern (10-2) fell 87-79 at #23 Creighton.

Georgetown (10-1) was buoyed by a sizable run to open the second half as the Hoyas defeated Memphis for the second time this season.

Richmond plays at UCLA tonight.

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (10-1) won their 20th straight at home, 63-51 over FAU.

The last four games against NC State.

Despite having never played them at home, Princeton still holds a 5-1 all-time record versus NC State and has won each of the last five meetings dating back to the 1965 NCAA Tournament.

Today, I'm going to focus on the previous four times the Tigers have played the Wolfpack, as the two teams faced off on four occasions between 1991 and 1999.

Like in our well-received historical pieces Twelve years of season openers, Rutgers in the 2000s, The last four games against Duke and Lavietes Pavilion: Where anything could happen, will happen and probably already has happened, read on for a multi-media bonanza of words, pictures, videos and memories from this quartet of Princeton victories.

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Saturday News:

CCRI vs. MCCC - 2:00 pm ET - Mercer/Burlington Classic

Princeton assistant coach Brian Earl shares a diary entry on the differences between Mitch Henderson and Sydney Johnson.

Pete Carril is part of an article about the 25th anniversary of the three point shot in college basketball.

The 14-Game Tournament unloads an epic 2011-12 Ivy League preview.

NYC Buckets asks three questions about Princeton's first foe of the season, Wagner. The NEC's preseason coaches' poll projects the Seahawks to finish fourth in their conference.

Oregon State won yesterday's exhibition versus Pacific by 31.

The Sydney Johnson era began at Fairfield with a 97-70 win over the University of Bridgeport. Johnson was mostly pleased with his team's effort.

Howie Levy's Mercer County Community College team kicks off their season this afternoon.

Someone (again not me! stop pointing fingers!) has created a Wikipedia page for Kit Mueller.

Finally, don't forget to set your clocks back one hour tonight everybody.

1996-97 team photo.

A reader was kind enough to scan and send over this photo of the 1996-97 Tigers, a squad that would go 24-3 in the regular season with an unblemished Ivy record before falling 55-52 to Cal in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.

Front row: Jason Osier, Brian Earl, Alex Karlsen, Sean Gregory, Gabe Lewullis, Phil Belin, Mitch Henderson, J.R. Gillern, Jose Ramirez-Del Toro

Back row: Jim Brenner, Joe Scott, Jay Galloway, Sydney Johnson, James Mastaglio, Steve Goodrich, Jesse Rosenfeld, Nate Walton, Mason Rocca, John McCann, Darren Hite, John Thompson III, Bill Carmody, Mike McDonnell

22% of those pictured have been the head basketball coach at Princeton.

Click to enlarge.

Assorted programs.

Just when I thought I had exhausted my archival supply of Princeton programs, I unearthed another decently-sized stack. Today's images are all from the late 1990s and early 2000s. I'll scan a similar quantity from 10 years prior next week.

Above, Princeton's Players of the Century - Sandi Bittler and Bill Bradley.

Six additional covers follow after the jump, plus details about a few of these games.

Click on any and all images to enlarge.

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YouTube potpourri XXXVI.

The latest collection of videos from various corners of the Princeton basketball family. Above, "Chin" from Gabe Lewullis to Brian Earl beats NC State at the Meadowlands in 1997.

Four additional clips after the jump.

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Monday News:

C. Young (1-0) 7.0 IP 2 H 0 ER 3 BB 7 K 1.88 ERA. 97 pitches, 57 strikes.

Chris Young pitched seven shutout innings (video) in Philadelphia last night and left with a 1-0 lead. The Mets would eventually prevail in 14 innings. Young was in the training room when word broke that Osama bin Laden had been killed.

Prior to Young's most recent start the Wall Street Journal ran a piece on the former Princeton center's Book of Hitters.

TigerBlog has more on Mitch Henderson and Brian Earl.

ESPN hands out additional coaching carousel grades.

Princeton recruit Bobby Garbade is one of 50 players to earn Best of the BCANY status.

Brian Earl to stay at Princeton.

Just received word assistant coach Brian Earl will be staying at Princeton as part of Mitch Henderson's staff! This must have been a very difficult decision for Coach Earl, but it should please the returning players greatly to hear this news.

Friday News:

Friday, March 18th
Southwest region – Chicago, IL
(11) VCU vs. (6) Georgetown – 9:50 pm ET – TBS
NCAA Tournament

Saturday, March 19th
Southwest region – Denver, CO
(13) Morehead State vs. (12) Richmond – 5:15 pm ET – CBS
NCAA Tournament

(4) Northwestern vs. (1) Boston College – 11:00 am ET – ESPN

Deep breath. In addition to our recap, coverage of yesterday's season-ending loss to Kentucky can be found on, in the Star Ledger, in the Trentonian, in the Daily Princetonian, in the New York Times, in the Wall Street Journal, in the New York Post, in the Tampa Tribune (probably my favorite of these stories), in the St. Petersburg Times, on Yahoo! Sports, on A Sea of Blue, on NBC Sports, in the Lexington Herald-Leader, in the Louisville Courier-Journal, on Kentucky Sports Report and on

SportsProf also took in the game.

The St. Pete Times writes about how Brendan Connolly was thrilled to play near his late mother's home town.

Gabe Lewullis was sitting a few rows behind me in the Princeton section, cheering on the Tigers.

The Star Ledger's Steve Politi says that Princeton made believers of us all.

The New York Times shared the story of Christian "Crunch" Regulski prior to yesterday's game.

Chris Young was going to make the trip over to Tampa yesterday but thought better of it at the last moment.

Yesterday was another chapter in the Langel/Earl rivalry.

The University of Chicago Magazine profiles Craig Robinson.

Princeton recruit Denton Koon is a finalist for the DiRenna Award.

Chris Mooney recorded his first postseason win as a player, assistant coach or head coach as Richmond (28-7) knocked off Vanderbilt, 66-63.

Georgetown will start fresh versus VCU in Chicago today.

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