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."
Mike Francesa brought his radio show to Fairfield yesterday and Sydney Johnson joined him for a 12 minute segment.
Princeton volunteer assistant Dan Geriot is leaving the Tigers staff after two seasons for a position at Campbell.
Chris Young had a rough outing in his first appearance for the Syracuse Chiefs.
In 1965 Bill Bradley was an Oxford scholar turned European champion.
Bradley served as the inspiration for another Rhodes Scholar, football player Myron Rolle.
A piece on new Rutgers coach Eddie Jordan includes quotes from Pete Carril and George Leftwich Sr.
Rick Pitino was asked about what made a number of coaches Hall of Famers, including Carril.
A survey on two possible major changes to college basketball included the opinions of Chris Mooney and Craig Robinson. What do you think about starting practice sooner and/or cutting five seconds off the shot clock?
While some felt Rutgers should hire Bill Carmody, it looks like Eddie Jordan is the likely next coach of the Scarlet Knights. Jordan was an assistant coach with the Sacramento Kings alongside Pete Carril, who offers advice in relation to any possibleimplementation of the "Princeton Offense."
A "majestic display" from Kareem Maddox propelled Newcastle Eagles in the first leg of their BBL playoff series with Sheffield Sharks.
Will Barrett is among the Princeton players talking about getting back to work after the conclusion of the season.
In a game with 15 ties and 16 lead changes, Richmond (19-15) lost 57-51 at Wright State in the CBI quarterfinals.
Following four effective innings in his final spring training start, it appears Chris Young will opt out of his minor league deal with the Washington Nationals.
Thomas Boswell has ideas on how to reverse Georgetown's recent postseason misfortunes.
Did you know that as a senior Ian Hummer was one of 15 players nationally raked in the Top 50 for usage who also had an offensive rating greater than 109.5?
Researching when the last time was an All-State player from New Jersey was heading to play basketball at Princeton, I came across this 1995 article about the toughening of Brian Earl during practice before the start of his freshman campaign.
Denver (22-10) was running circles around Maryland in the NIT, leading 48-39 with less than nine minutes remaining. A flagrant elbow on the Pioneers combined with the Terrapins switching to a smaller lineup down the stretch led to a game-closing 23-4 run. Joe Scott's team fell 62-52, concluding their season.
Georgetown is looking to end recent tournament woes, beginning with tonight's contest versus Florida Gulf Coast.
Around the Ivy League: Harvard (20-9 / 11-3) did it. The Crimson surprised New Mexico 68-62 in the NCAA Tournament behind four starters in double figures, the school's first postseason victory. Watch the final seconds here.
Behind 21 from Princeton recruit Steven Cook, New Trier advanced to the Class 4A Glenbrook North Sectional final.
It was a smooth start for Chris Young in Spring Training.
Northwestern (13-17) fell behind 12-0 versus Penn State in Evanston, ultimately going down 66-59.
It was the 100th win at Denver (20-8) for Joe Scott. The Pioneers' 84-55 rout of UT-Arlington combined with New Mexico State ending Louisiana Tech's winning streak means that Saturday's UD/LT tilt is now for a share of the WAC regular season title.
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