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Friday News: reports that San Diego will purchase the contract of Will Venable and call him up to the major leagues. Venable will replace the injured Scott Hairston on the Padres' roster.

Venable and Chris Young could both be in the same line-up on Sunday, as Young is expected to return to the rotation then.

The Princeton Packet speaks with MCCC head coach Howie Levy.

Two Princeton alums make Yardbarker's Top 5 Middle-Aged Ballers on Earth.

Craig Robinson was a proud brother at Delegate Service Day.

The Journal Gazette invites you to meet Pete Hegseth.

Thursday News:

Denver vs. East Central - 5:30 pm ET - 2K Sports College Hoops Classic

The Town Topics has some player-by-player quotes from Coach Johnson in their Princeton preview.

Joe Scott coaches his first game for the Denver Pioneers this afternoon in Norman, Oklahoma.

Northwestern won their exhibition over Chicago 84-76, led by 18 points from freshman Mike Capocci.

Former Tiger Pete Hegseth is profiled in a Princeton Alumni Weekly cover story.

The Georgetown Hoya's basketball preview is out today. Two of their best features are on Coach John Thompson III's connection to Pete Carril and his relationship with former Princeton recruit Jon Wallace.

Will Venable had a big day for Peoria in the Arizona Fall League.

Friday News:

C. Young (9-3) - 7.0 IP 2 H 0 ER 3 BB 6 K 1.85 ERA. 116 pitches, 77 strikes.

Chris Young outperformed fellow All-Star Cole Hamels by the slimmest of margins on Thursday night in San Diego. Young pitched seven innings of two-hit shutout baseball as the Padres took the first game of their series with Philadelphia 1-0. Young has started all five of the games this season that San Diego has won with just a single run.

Faced with the same decision he had the last time Young was on the mound, manager Bud Black decided to leave Young in for the seventh inning despite a pitch count in the high nineties. Young struck out two and retired the side in order in the seventh, his 116th pitch a lazy fly ball to left field.

Will Venable was 2-4 a double and a run scored in San Antonio's 9-5 win over Frisco. The Missions are 16-9 in the second half of the season, with a 2.5 game first place lead.

Gonzaga junior center Ian Hummer is the son of former Tigers notable Ed Hummer. He's on the recruiting radar for several Ivy programs, but Princeton is not mentioned by name.

Lt. Pete Hegseth was on MSNBC's Hardball recently. Here's a transcript.

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