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2009-2010 results.

November 2009
Sat. 11/14 at Cent. Michigan (297/247/266) - 12:00 pm ET - 71-68 W (1-0)
Wed. 11/18 Manhattan (160/187/184) - 7:00 pm ET - 61-54 W (2-0)
Sat. 11/21 Army (280/282/294) - 2:00 pm ET - 56-52 L (2-1)
Tue. 11/24 at G. Washington (204/185/187) - 7:00 pm ET - 65-50 L (2-2)
Sun. 11/29 at Cal (39/32/32) - 5:00 pm ET - 81-60 L (2-3)

December 2009
Thu. 12/03 at Rutgers (195/141/161) - 7:30 pm ET - 58-44 L (2-4)
Sun. 12/06 Lafayette (308/312/314) - 5:00 pm ET - 62-48 W (3-4)
Sun. 12/13 at UNC Greensboro (316/321/329) - 1:00 pm ET - 65-50 W (4-4)
Wed. 12/16 Monmouth (321/316/325) - 7:00 pm ET - 46-42 W (5-4)
Wed. 12/30 Wagner (248/249/278) - 7:00 pm ET - 45-42 W (6-4)

January 2010
Sat. 1/02 at Saint Joseph's (105/100/96) - 2:00 pm ET - 70-62 W (7-4)
Mon. 1/4 at Maine (321/286/299) - 7:00 pm ET - 52-50 L (7-5)
Wed. 1/06 at Marist (259/249/255) - 7:30 pm ET - 77-58 W (8-5)
Sun. 01/24 Goucher - 3:00 pm ET - 88-35 W (9-5)
Fri. 01/29 at Brown (307/302/307) - 7:00 pm ET - 63-46 W (10-5 / 1-0 Ivy)
Sat. 01/30 at Yale (230/240/253) - 6:00 pm ET - 58-45 W (11-5 / 2-0 Ivy)

February 2010
Fri. 02/05 at Harvard (246/243/249) - 7:00 pm ET - 56-53 W (12-5 / 3-0 Ivy)
Sat. 02/06 at Dartmouth (315/304/321) - 7:00 pm ET - 54-38 W (13-5 / 4-0 Ivy)
Fri. 02/12 Columbia (289/274/285) - 7:00 pm ET - 55-45 W (14-5 / 5-0 Ivy)
Sat. 02/13 Cornell (115/104/117) - 6:00 pm ET - 48-45 L (14-6 / 5-1 Ivy)
Tue. 02/16 at Penn (258/267/273) - 7:00 pm ET - 58-51 (15-6 / 6-1 Ivy)
Fri. 02/19 Yale (230/240/253) - 7:00 pm ET - ESPNU - 82-58 W (16-6 / 7-1 Ivy)
Sat. 02/20 Brown (307/302/307) - 6:00 pm ET - 57-54 L (16-7 / 7-2 Ivy)
Fri. 02/26 at Cornell (115/104/117) - 7:00 pm ET - 50-47 L (16-8 / 7-3 Ivy)
Sat. 02/27 at Columbia (289/274/285) - 7:00 pm ET - 67-52 W (17-8 / 8-3 Ivy)

March 2010
Fri. 03/05 Dartmouth (315/304/321) - 7:00 pm ET - 71-43 W (18-8 / 9-3 Ivy)
Sat. 03/06 Harvard (246/243/249) - 6:00 pm ET - 54-51 W (19-8 / 10-3 Ivy)
Tue. 03/09 Penn (258/267/273) - 8:00 pm ET - 68-56 W (20-8 / 11-3 Ivy)

College Basketball Invitational
Wed. 03/17 Duquesne (134/123/142) - 7:00 pm ET - 65-51 W (21-8 / 11-3 Ivy)
Mon. 03/22 at IUPUI (83/106/98) - 7:00 pm ET - 74-68 [2OT] W (22-8 / 11-3 Ivy)
Wed. 03/24 at St. Louis (80/93/81) - 9:00 pm ET - 69-59 L (22-9 / 11-3 Ivy)

2009 RPI/Pomeroy/Sagarin ratings are in brackets above.



Monday News:

How's your Italian? There's a multi-page article on Princeton basketball and Coach Johnson in Sutor Magazine. They were kind enough to link to this site in the piece, and I would love it if someone could translate for me!

Chris Young is unlikely to return to the Padres until after the All-Star break.

Will Venable was scratched from the starting lineup on Friday due to a wrist injury suffered in the batting cage prior to San Diego's game at Texas.

All eight schools have been announced for the 2009 Chicago Invitational Challenge. Northwestern versus Notre Dame is one of the marquee matchups.

Denver reserve Michael Vandahl will transfer to Nebraska.

Illinois State freshman Zeke Upshaw chose the Redbirds over Princeton, among other schools.



(More) Brian Earl highlights.

The same video package we posted on Monday, but with clips added at the start from Princeton's 1999 NIT win over Georgetown.

Earl led the Tigers in that game with 18 points on 4-8 shooting from the field and a 7-9 evening at the free throw line.

This earns Brian his own category on the site. I'll update older posts that mention him accordingly.



Thursday News:

Denver has announced their 2009-10 men's basketball schedule, one that includes 16 home games at Magness Arena.

Will Venable avoided being sent down to AAA when Padre outfielder Scott Hairston came off the disabled list on Tuesday. Venable started in right field for San Diego last night, going 1-4 and striking out to end the game with the tying run on first base.

A 6'3" shooting guard from Maine says "Princeton is my top Ivy League school."

TigerBlog imagines how Chris Young would have faired in the 2002 NBA Draft.



Senior on a Stick: 2004.

Thanks, Eddie!

The final 14 Club Senior On A Stick, printed on orange and white posters for Ed Persia's last game at Jadwin Gym.

While the injured Persia did not play in Princton's 59-46 victory over Cornell, he would return for the Tigers' NCAA tournament game against Texas, scoring three points and handing out three assists in nine minutes off the bench.

Text reads:

The Persia Poster
A 14 Club Project

Princeton Basketball
2003-2004

Photo by Bill Allen '79
New Jersey Sport/Action



Mike Brennan hired as Georgetown assistant.

This just in: Former Princeton guard Mike Brennan has been lured away from American University by John Thompson III and hired as the Hoyas' new assistant coach, replacing the departing Robert Burke.

Brennan was an assistant at Princeton for seven seasons before joining the Eagles' staff the last two campaigns.



Tuesday News:

Pete Carril has been retained by new head coach Paul Westphal and the Sacramento Kings.

The Georgetown Voice has perused their school's 990 and report the salary hike John Thompson III received after leading the Hoyas to the Final Four in 2007.

Bishop-elect John Barres, a former Princeton point guard, is profiled by the Allentown Morning Call.

One more all star game for incoming freshman Jimmy Sherburne. He'll suit up for the Division 2 South team at the Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Classic in Madison on Sunday.



Scott Greenman & Brian Earl in action.

Scott Greenman's heroics at Cornell in double OT (27 points on 10-15 shooting) and versus Yale (27 points on 8-11 shooting) during his senior year.

Brian Earl and Princeton close down William Neal Reynolds Coliseum and silence the 12,000+ in attendance with a 61-58 win in the second round of the 1999 NIT followed by footage from the Tigers' improbable comeback at the Palestra earlier in the same season. That hesitation dribble is a thing of beauty.



1993-94 schedule card.

Been lax with the scans of Princeton basketball finds from my parents' place, but here's Mike Brennan on the front of a 15+ year old pocket schedule card.



Saturday News:

Armond Hill was selected for induction into the New York City Basketball Hall of Fame. A ceremony will be held on September 24th at the New York Athletic Club.

Chris Mooney is on Twitter. Follow him to find out the latest from the Spiders' head man.



Wagner on the schedule.

Princeton will host Wagner on December 30th at Jadwin Gym. The Seahawks were 16-14 last year, 8-11 in the NEC.

The Tigers' only other meeting with Wagner was a 82-66 victory in 1978.

This is the seventh confirmed non-conference game for the 2009-10 season, and the second with a confirmed date. See the sidebar for full fixtures.



Friday News:

The prognosis was worse than expected and Chris Young was placed on the 15 day disabled list today retroactive to last Monday.

Northwestern's John Shurna made the United States' 12 man roster for July's FIBA U19 World Championships.

Former Princeton player Terrence Rozier-Byrd is playing in the Jersey Shore Basketball League this summer.

Oregon State will play at Nebraska on December 12th.

The prep school Northfield Mount Hermon's Twitter feed mentions that two of their basketball players made a visit to Princeton on Sunday.

Denver senior guard Nate Rohnert will captain the Pioneers in 2009-10.

Bill Tienrey says that Joe Scott helped solidify his decision to take the men's lacrosse job at Denver.



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