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New Year's Eve News:

Fordham vs. Georgetown - 2:00 pm ET

Cornell vs. Quinnipiac - 12:00 pm ET - MSG
Dartmouth vs. Siena - 2:00 pm ET,, the Trentonian, the Associated Press and the Asbury Park Press have stories on Princeton's loss to Monmouth.

Richmond (6-6) held off VMI, 71-69.

Georgetown closes out 2007 with a home game against Fordham this afternoon.

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (4-11) dropped its seventh straight, 80-77 in overtime versus UC Irvine. The Crimson let an 18 point second half lead get away at home.

Monmouth pictures.

Pictures courtesy of Stephen Goldsmith.

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Monmouth 59 Princeton 50.

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audio - coach sydney johnson & kyle koncz

A long losing streak came to an end on Sunday afternoon.

Unfortunately for the Princeton Tigers, it wasn't theirs.

Monmouth stopped a seven game slide with a 59-50 victory over the visitors from Princeton.

The Tigers fell for the tenth straight time, tying the school record for consecutive defeats.

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Sunday News:

Today's Game: Princeton (2-9) vs. Monmouth (2-10)
Location: Boylan Gym - West Long Branch, NJ
Time: 4:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: Princeton leads 9-3.
Last meeting: Monmouth 41 Princeton 21 - 12/15/05.

Someone's losing streak has to end this afternoon.

VMI vs. Richmond - 6:00 pm ET

UC Irvine vs. Harvard - 2:00 pm ET

The Asbury Park Press is the only paper with a preview of today's Princeton game.

Georgetown (9-1) shot 60% from the field in a 78-51 win over American.

Denver (5-7) took the consolation game of the Cable Car Classic, 54-44 over Morgan State.

Richmond hosts VMI this evening.

Around the Ivy League: Cornell (5-4) returned to the win column with a 66-50 victory over Stony Brook. Columbia (5-7) had no trouble with Polytechnic, 109-63. Brown (6-5) fell 87-54 at Notre Dame. Penn (4-8) set an ignominious record in a 60-30 loss to Florida Gulf Coast, scoring the fewest first half points by any team in the shot clock era. The Quakers trailed 30-6 at halftime. Yale (3-7) committed 27 turnovers in a 86-53 loss at Kansas.

Saturday News:

American vs. Georgetown - 1:00 pm ET
Denver vs. Morgan State - 9:00 pm ET - Cable Car Classic

Cornell vs. Stony Brook - 2:00 pm ET
Polytechnic vs. Columbia - 2:00 pm ET
Penn vs. Florida Gulf Coast - 7:00 pm ET
Brown vs. Notre Dame - 7:00 pm ET
Yale vs. Kansas - 8:00 pm ET

Denver (4-7) saw a five point lead erased in the last 39 seconds of regulation, falling to Santa Clara in overtime.

Georgetown hosts American (with former Princeton assistant Mike Brennan on the sidelines) this afternoon. American beat Maryland in their previous game.

Friday News:

Denver vs. Santa Clara - 9:00 pm ET - Cable Car Classic

I hope you had healthy, happy holidays.

Kevin Steuerer is Princeton's representative in the latest Ivy Weekly Basketball Awards.

Denver is on the west coast for the Cable Car Classic.

Will Venable finished play in the Arizona Fall League batting .228 over 23 games.

It was great to hear from so many readers during my 20th Annual 24-Hour Holiday Radio Show on WPRB! If you missed it, here's video of the Fox 29 story about my show.

Sunday News:

AP Photo/Randy Snyder, the Trenton Times and the Associated Press have stories about the Tigers' loss at Marshall.

From West Virginia, articles by, the Sunday Gazette Mail and the Ironton Tribune file their reports. The Huntington News has a short, amusing anecdote from Sydney Johnson's postgame press conference.

Georgetown (8-1) could not match Memphis in the second half, losing their high noon showdown 85-71.

Denver (4-6) won its conference opener over last year's SBC champion, North Texas. The Pioneers have matched last season's victory total.

Around the Ivy League: Brown (6-4) defeated Hartford, 79-61. Dartmouth (5-6) fell by three at Army. Harvard (4-10) dropped a 75-66 decision to Sacred Heart. Columbia (4-7) lost 72-56 to Villanova. Cornell (4-4) was no match for Syracuse, 80-64.

Marshall 66 Princeton 60.

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The Thundering Herd of Marshall fended off several Princeton rallies in the second half, holding on for a 66-60 victory at home in Huntington on Saturday afternoon.

Marshall had built a 10 point lead at halftime, but the Tigers shot 68.2% from the field in the final twenty minutes as they were able to pull to within one possession on two occasions late in the game.

The loss was Princeton's ninth straight this season and the Tigers' twelfth consecutive loss on the road.

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Saturday News:

Today's Game: Marshall (5-3) vs. Princeton (2-8)
Location: Cam Henderson Center - Huntington, WV
Time: 3:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: Tied 1-1.
Last meeting: Princeton 61 Marshall 45 - 12/16/06.

The Tigers are out in West Virginia looking to end an eight game losing streak.

Georgetown vs. Memphis - 12:00 pm ET - ESPN
North Texas vs. Denver - 6:00 pm ET - FSN Rocky Mountain

Brown vs. Hartford - 11:00 am ET
Harvard vs. Sacred Heart - 12:00 pm ET
Dartmouth vs. Army - 1:00 pm ET
Cornell vs. Syracuse - 7:00 pm ET
Columbia vs. Villanova - 7:00 pm ET

Two previews of the Marshall game - one from the Charleston Daily Mail and one from the Saturday Gazette-Mail.

Georgetown has a showdown with Memphis this afternoon.

Denver kicks off conference play tonight against North Texas.

Friday News:

Northwestern (5-4) won its fourth straight, 77-51 over Howard. The victory was Bill Carmody's 100th win as coach of the Wildcats. Carmody said after the game that Northwestern's leading scorer from last season, Kevin Coble has returned to campus and is practicing with the team.

Georgetown readies for their showdown at Memphis.

Former Princeton play-by-play man Marc Zumoff writes about how he got into "the business."

Around the Ivy League: Penn (4-7) slid past Elon 67-64.

All-Access: Bill Carmody.

The Big Ten Network put a mic on Northwestern head coach Bill Carmody at a recent practice as the Wildcats prepared to face Howard.

Coach Sydney Johnson - 12/20/07.

As part of their weekly interview series, Princeton head coach Sydney Johnson and editor Jon Solomon met this evening at Jadwin Gym to discuss Princeton's painful loss to Manhattan and to preview the final two games of 2007 at Marshall and at Monmouth. This interview is 12:00+ in length.

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