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Friday News:

Last night was the NBA draft, and two Georgetown seniors were selected - Roy Hibbert with the 17th pick and Patrick Ewing Jr. (above) in the second round to Sacramento.

Continuing his rehab, Chris Young will throw a simulated game on Saturday.

Two pieces of Tigers recruiting news from the Huntersville Herald - mentioning a 6'1" guard who has received "a schollarship offer" from Princeton and a forward who has made an unofficial visit to the Princeton campus.

Tuesday News:

"Rebounding ace" Mason Rocca has signed with Armani Jeans Milano.

The Princeton Packet talks to Armond Hill about the Celtics' NBA championship.

In Rico's Get Better League action, Zane Ma had four points and seven rebounds as Team Future defeated Rico’s Young Franchise Boys 62-60.

Monday News:

Will Venable remains on a roll, batting .411 over his last 10 games, including a 4-4 performance with two doubles on Saturday as Portland bested Tacoma 4-2.

Chris Young threw his first bullpen session since being hit in the face with an Albert Pujols line drive on May 21st. Young will have septum surgery at the end of the month and hopes to return to the Padres' roster after the All Star Game break.

Two articles with quotes from Georgetown head man John Thompson III: The first about the draft prospects of Roy Hibbert and the second about incoming Hoya freshman Greg Monroe.

Stats from Zane Ma's first two games for Team Future in the Rico's Get Better Summer League: four points and eight rebounds in 74-70 loss to Team Get Better and two points and four rebounds in a 72-70 loss to Team San Diego.

In other summer league news, Noah Savage had two high-scoring games for George's Rosters/Ivy Inn in the Princeton Summer League.

More details on Oregon State's non-conference schedule, including a game against Yale.

Interview with Zane Ma.

Princeton freshman-to-be Zane Ma talks with UCLA Radio at Rico's Get Better Summer League. Ma is playing on Team Future along with Jon Jaques of Cornell and Stanford's Jon Sebastian.

Thursday News:

Congratulations to Armond Hill, who is a member of the NBA champion Boston Celtics' coaching staff. Does anyone know the last Princeton alum to be a part of a NBA title?

Will Venable was 3-4 at the plate and scored the game-winning run as Portland defeated Tucson in 10 innings.

Been wondering where in the world is Spencer Gloger? He lead Spain's Melilla Baloncesto in three pointers this past season.

Dartmouth has announced its 2008-09 schedule. That fills in four pieces of Princeton's fixtures.

Tuesday News:

Former Princeton sharpshooter Mike Bechtold will be inducted into Lebanon High School’s sports Hall of Fame next year.

Chris Young authored a piece for the San Diego Union Tribune about "the bright side of a line drive."

Some 2008-09 schedules are starting to take shape. Oregon State will visit Iowa State as part of this year's Big 12/Pac-10 series.

Will Venable hit in 10 straight games for Portland and is now batting .307 through 51 games in AAA.

Saturday News:

A story about the Ivy Athletes Charity Team, co-founded by Luke Owings in 2007.

Chris Young visited Lakeside Farms Elementary School.

Will Venable extended his hitting streak to nine straight games as Portland defeated Fresno 7-4 in 10 innings.

Doc Rivers praises Armond Hill for his work as an assistant coach for the Boston Celtics.

Thursday News:

Two honors handed out recently - Pete Carril received the Carl A. Fields Memorial University Service Award from the Association of Black Princeton Alumni and Princeton Athletic Director Gary Walters was named AstroTurf AD of the Year - Northeast / Football Championship Subdivision by the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics.

Here's a 6'6" Arizona high school player who just took an unofficial visit to Princeton.

Chris Richard, who sat out last season at Richmond with knee tendonitis, will transfer to Oregon State.

Former Princeton assistant and former Cornell head coach Jan van Breda Kolff will be the head man for ABA expansion team the Nashville Broncs.

Tuesday News:

The Washington Times talks with John Thompson III.

Will Venable picked up two more hits in Portland's 8-4 loss to Las Vegas. Venable and his father Max are profiled in the Sacramento Bee.

Brown introduced Jesse Agel as their new head coach at a press conference yesterday afternoon. The Providence Journal was on the scene.

Sunday News:

The Eurobasket All-Italian SerieA Awards are out and Judson Wallace received Honorary Mention recognition while Mason Rocca is on the All-Domestic Players Team.

Konrad Wysocki will suit up for Germany at the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament later this month.

Will Venable had two hits and two walks as Portland defeated Sacramento 6-1.

Chris Young has been cleared to start playing catch again.

Jeff Goodman at Fox Sports reports that Brown will hire Jesse Agel as their new head coach.

Wednesday News:

Dave Blatt has been hired as the head coach of Dynamo Moscow.

The Daily Princetonian sums up the Tigers' 07-08 season just in time for Reunions.

George Dohrmann of Sports Illustrated writes about Craig Robinson. Providence point guard Dwain Williams will transfer to join Robinson at Oregon State.

Georgetown alum Roy Hibbert worked out with the Utah Jazz today.

Michael Vandahl will walk on to play for Joe Scott at Denver.

My new favorite #5.

Dear Coach Johnson,

You were a great player at Princeton, but I have a new favorite #5.

Maggie Crockett Solomon-Scheller was born this morning at 5:28 am ET.

Mom, dad and baby are all doing well and look forward to seeing you at Jadwin, if not sooner!


Jon Solomon