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Monday News:

Alex Wolff's Vermont Frost Heaves are back-to-back ABA champions!

Newsweek has an online exclusive about recruiting and new tuition policies in the Ivy League.

One of the many phone calls that Davidson head coach Bob McKillop received last week was from Princeton Athletic Director Gary Walters.

Friday News:

Chris Young felt good after his last spring training start.

Bill Bradley reminisces about the 1965 NCAA tournament.

Doug Davis will play in Bridgeport's JCC Schoolboy/Schoolgirl Classic on April 12th.

New Recruit - Doug Davis.

NJ Hoops is reporting and can confirm that Hun School senior point guard Doug Davis has committed to Princeton, pending admission. We spoke with Hun basketball coach Jonathan Stone this morning to get more information on Doug.

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Thursday News:

The Daily Princetonian talks to Armond Hill.

Two recruits hit the radar - an Arkansas point guard who has shown interest in Princeton and a Michigan guard/forward who says he has talked to the Tigers staff.

Bill Reynolds of The Providence Journal suggests the Friars should hire Craig Robinson.

Coach Sydney Johnson - 3/27/08.

Princeton head coach Sydney Johnson and editor Jon Solomon sat down at Jadwin Gym on Wednesday evening to review the last three games of the year and to look back at the 2007-08 seaon. This interview is 15:00+ in length.

Monday News:

Georgetown (28-6) could not hold a 17 point second half lead, as Davidson rallied for the 74-70 victory. Highlights above. Press conference below.

One more link to the SI vault - a preview of the 1978-79 Tigers. Find anything else good in the vault? Let us know!

Sunday News:

Davidson vs. Georgetown - 2:50 pm ET - CBS

Georgetown will try to stop Stephen Curry and Davidson this afternoon.

A quality start for Chris Young against Kansas City in spring training action.

Another gem from the SI vault - a 1978 profile of Pete Carril.

Saturday News:

Georgetown (28-6) clinically disposed of UMBC, 66-47.

Highlights above. Press conference below.

American (21-12) stayed right with Tennessee for 35 minutes before the Volunteers pulled away, using a 22-8 run that concluded the 72-57 first round loss for the Eagles.

Sports Illustrated has opened a vault of classic articles to coincide with March Madness. Here's a 1965 Frank Deford piece on Bill Bradley.

Friday News:

American vs. Tennessee - 12:15 pm ET - CBS
UMBC vs. Georgetown - 3:00 pm ET - CBS

Georgetown faces UMBC in the first round of the NCAA Tournament this afternoon. The Hoya seniors are comfortable with their position as one of the top seeds.

American has its work cut out against Tennessee. The Princeton Packet caught up with Mike Brennan about the Eagles' success this season.

Princeton recruit John Comfort was named 2008 All-Area.

Cornell (22-6) was no match for Stanford, falling behind by 36 in a 77-53 loss.

Thursday News:

Cornell vs. Stanford - 5:00 pm ET - CBS / CSTV

The Town Topics reviews last week's Princeton loss to Penn.

Craig Robinson will be named Men’s Division I Coach of the Year at Monday's Cox Sports R.I. Basketball Media Awards Luncheon.

Wednesday News:

Alexander Wolff's feature on John Thompson III is in the latest Sports Illustrated. Wolff has quotes from Bob Scrabis, Gary Walters, Professor Marvin Bressler, Nate Walton, Ed Persia and Kyle Wente in this incredibly well-researched piece.

Despite 39 points from Damon Huffman in his final collegiate game, Brown (19-10) fell at Ohio in the first round of the CBI.

Richmond (16-15) was up 12 with 8:41 remaining, but Virginia rallied for a 66-64 victory in CBI action.

One more Georgetown article to bookend today's news, from the Wall Street Journal.

Below The Rim - "The Princeton Offense."

Former Wildcat Tim Doyle explains a principle of "The Princeton Offense" in this segment of his series Below The Rim.

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