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Wednesday News:

Chris Young is in Philadelphia tonight, as the Padres face the Phillies at 7:05 pm ET.

Will Venable is off the disabled list.

The Daily Princetonian summarizes the incoming men's basketball recruiting class.

A junior guard from Indiana says Princeton has shown interest in him.

Georgetown will play in the 2008 Old Spice Classic.

Reunions 2007.

Matt Eastwick talks about Princeton's alumni basketball game at Reunions 2007.

(The hoops footage starts :42 in.)

Friday News:

C. Young (1-2) - 7.0 IP 2 H 1 ER 3 BB 10 K 3.77 ERA. 121 pitches, 74 strikes.

Chris Young allowed just two hits over seven innings, but Rich Aurilia's solo home run was the difference, as the run-starved Padres fell 1-0 to San Francisco.

The Princeton basketball squad lasted until the semifinals of yesterday's campus-wide dodgeball tournament, when last man standing Marcus Schroeder was knocked out by the victorious JV tennis team.

Georgetown sophomore center Vernon Macklin will transfer to another school.

John Thompson III is one of the assistant coaches on USA Basketball's U-18 team.

Thursday News:

Chris Young and the San Diego Padres host San Francisco tonight at 10:05 pm ET.

David Blatt and Efes Pilsen "parted ways" earlier this month.

A lengthy Q&A with Craig Robinson from the Gazette-Times. Who knew the two time Ivy League Player of the Year was also a big "Now, Voyager" fan?

Wednesday News:

Princeton senior Matt Sargeant was honored with a "Lifetime Achievement Award" on April 12th in Los Angeles at the 10th-annual Collision Scholastic Hoops Jam. This award, which was handed out for just the third time, was sponsored by the Mayor's office of Los Angeles. Sargeant also received an official commendation from the County of Los Angeles.

Northwestern picked up two big men during the latest signing period.

A piece from Rivals about Craig Robinson stepping in at Oregon State, including quotes from Bill Carmody.

Sunday News:

C. Young (1-1) - 6.0 IP 3 H 2 ER 3 BB 4 K 4.57 ERA. 96 pitches, 55 strikes.

Chris Young walked away with a "no decision" after six solid innings for San Diego. Young left up 3-2, but by the time the Padres bullpen had crumbled, Arizona stood on top 10-3.

Will Venable has been placed on the 15 day disabled list with pain in his throwing shoulder.

Saturday News:

A Will Venable update. Venable is batting .356 through 12 games for AAA Portland and has cut down on his strikeouts after fanning eight times in his first six games.

Judson Wallace with 20 points and 12 rebounds in Lega A as Capo D'Orlando bested Angelico Biella 89-77.

Chris Young gets the start at Arizona tonight, 8:10 pm ET first pitch.

Georgetown banquet videos.

These two clips are just the tip of the iceberg. Full speeches from all the Hoya seniors and additional remarks from Coach Thompson can be found here.

Friday News:

Senior center Emerson Kampen, who had been associated with Princeton during his recruiting, will walk on at Butler this fall.

The Georgetown basketball banquet was held on Wednesday night.

Northwestern hosted "Open Gym Day" for fans earlier this week.

Chris Young was flipped with Greg Maddox in the Padres' rotation and will start tomorrow night against Arizona.

Finally, a piece from the Register-Guard on the work Craig Robinson has cut out for himself at Oregon State.

Awards Banquet.

Princeton held its awards banquet at Jadwin Gym tonight.

The worthy recipients of honors at the 2007-2008 banquet included:

Class of 1959 Bob Rock Sixth Man Award - Jason Briggs*.
B.F. Bunn Trophy - Kyle Koncz & Noah Savage.
Friedman Memorial Award Trophy - Nick Lake.

The banquet is a appropriate epilogue for each season, regardless of results. This year's remarks from the five seniors, especially Noah Savage's mix of impressions and funny personal anecdotes left a lasting final memory of the class of 2008.

I did not get a chance to take a group photo of the seniors before the end of the night, so the above snapshot of Marcus Schroeder and Nick Lake listening intently to Coach Carril's words will have to do.

If anyone who was taking photos would like me to post them, I would not stop you from sending them my way. Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments.


* Without hopefully embarrassing anyone, I thought it was exceptionally classy of Briggs to go over to Bob Rock's widow and thank her and her family personally after receiving this award.

Judson Wallace four point play.

Some Lega A footage I just uncovered.

Wallace is averaging 14.4 ppg and 10.6 rpg for Capo D'Orlando this season.

Monday News:

Will Venable is on a tear, batting 9-for-18 with five doubles in his last four games. Venable has raised his average to .389.

Two more Craig Robinson links I haven't had a chance to post previously, one from the Portland Tribune and one from last week's Oregonian.

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