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Assorted Seniors on a Stick.

The last of the Seniors on a Stick I can find in my collection.

Are there any that were printed beyond the following posters?:

M. Strittmatter, J. Briggs (2009)
N. Savage, K. Koncz, K. Steuerer, M. Sargeant, Z. Woolridge (2008)
E. Persia (2004)
M. Henderson, S. Gregory, S. Goodrich, J. Mastaglio, D. Hite (1998)
S. Johnson (1997)
M. Eastwick, C. Marquardt, S. Jackson (1992)
K. Mueller, T. Hottenstein, M. Henshon, J. Doyle (1991)
M. Lapin (1990)

...I'm missing a Jimmy Lane and a George Leftwich, aren't I?

Matt Eastwick.

Sean Jackson.

Chris Marquardt.

Sydney Johnson.

All Seniors on a Stick printed and distributed by The 14 Club.

Sean Gregory vs. Andy Roddick.

10 viewer questions for Andy Roddick on

Monday News:

Forward Konrad Wysocki has signed with the Polish team PGE Turow Zgorzelec of the Liga Koszykówki.

Oregon State head coach Craig Robinson spoke at Friday's Albany Beaver Huddle.

A decent weekend for Will Venable, who had two hits in the second inning on Friday night as the Padres scored six times versus Florida. Venable followed that up with a solo home run (video), his ninth of the season, in San Diego's 7-4 victory over the Marlins on Saturday. While his team was unable to pull of the sweep yesterday afternoon at Land Shark Stadium, Venable made another great diving catch (video) and raised his average to .274 with a pair of singles.

Cornell became the fifth Ivy League school to release their 2009-10 men's basketball schedule, joining Princeton, Brown, Harvard and Yale.

2008-09 Denver highlights.

Clips from the Pioneers' 15-16 season.

More Will Venable pictures.

I was fortunate to receive another set of pictures this morning of Will Venable in Atlanta. Venable drove in San Diego's lone run last night with a home run to right center in the ninth inning (video), his eighth of the season.

More photos follow after the jump.

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Friday News:

Senior Nick Lake tells the Princeton Athletic Department about the mission he took to Peru this summer.

A 6'8" center from Illinois recently returned from an east coast trip where he visited Princeton, Penn, Yale, Brown, Cornell and Army.

Georgetown coach John Thompson III and his wife Monica will speak at a charity auction supporting breast cancer awareness following the Washington Mystics' game on Sunday.

Former Hoya Jessie Sapp has signed a contract to play overseas for the Scottish Rocks.

The last two articles today have no direct connection to the programs this site covers, but are interesting discussion points:

St. John's has hired someone well-versed in social networking to use Twitter and provide "enhanced coverage" from courtside during Red Storm games this season. If this is done right, with use of TwitPics, Retweets about the team from varied sources and two way Q&As, it will be a great way to connect with this program.

The Washington Post has an article about the blurring line between fan and reporter as more and more individuals start up school-specific recruiting web sites.

Will Venable pictures.

A reader in Atlanta sent me some pictures they took of Will Venable from last night's Padres/Braves game. Venable was 0-5 at the plate in San Diego's 2-1 extra inning victory, but did make a nice rolling catch (video) in the fourth inning.

More photos follow after the jump.

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Meet Martin Bahar.

Martin Bahar (above, left) was named Princeton's Director of Basketball Operations today. Bahar replaces Dan Connelly, who left Coach Sydney Johnson's staff earlier this summer to accept a graduate assistant position at Memphis.

Bahar comes to Princeton from Washington, DC - where he was an assistant in the Georgetown basketball office and had previously been a graduate manager for the Hoyas.

He shared the program's Team Manager Award with Greg Feeney, Chris Golski and Ray Moss at Georgetown's 2008 postseason basketball banquet.

You can read quotes from Bahar in a Camille Powell piece from the Washington Post about the networking that takes place at the Final Four.

DC Sports Bog had a humorous post about Bahar before Georgetown played Vanderbilt in the 2007 NCAA Tournament - a game that pitted Bahar's undergraduate institution against his grad school.

Monday News:

Will Venable was at the center of a bench-clearing incident during yesterday's game between the Padres and the St. Louis Cardinals. Venable grounded out to first baseman Albert Pujols and Pujols felt Venable gave him an elbow when Pujols tagged him out in the baseline. After the game, Venable considered the matter over. Pujols, not so much.

Gonzaga's Cedrick Lindsay has accepted an offer to play at Richmond. Lindsay's teammate Malcolm Lemmons is considering an offer from Princeton, among other Ivy schools.

Former Northwestern guard Craig Moore is blogging about his first year playing overseas for the Dutch team De Friesland Aris.

Sunday News:

An article from the Times Dispatch on the anatomy of the basketball schedule at Richmond gives readers a better idea of how hard it is to create and coordinate a full campaign.

Bill Bradley will be speaking at Cornell on September 10th as part of a panel called "Loves on the Run: Sports, Service and Leadership."

Did you miss the Will Venable full extension diving catch that was the Top Play on Friday night's Sportscenter? Watch video of the grab here. Venable also had a pair of doubles, his second career game with more than one extra base hit.

Last night Venable was one for three at the plate as San Diego was shut out by St. Louis, 7-0.

ESPN Chicago thinks the future is looking bright for Northwestern basketball.

Wednesday News:

The Princeton Packet talks with Padres outfielder Will Venable.

CBS Sports' Fantasy News lists Venable as one of baseball's luckiest hitters.

Former Northwestern guard Craig Moore will play professionally in Holland.

Wildcat center Kyle Rowley has a fracture in his left foot and will be out indefinitely.

Chris Young expects to be 100% by spring training.

Doug Gottlieb responds to Dick Vitale's Top 40 on with his own list of teams worth watching and discussing in 2009-10. Included: Northwestern, Oregon State and Richmond.

Monday News:

Scott Greenman (pictured third from the left with the rest of the USA coaching staff) talks to the Town Topics about his experiences coaching in Israel.

According to Paul Westphal, Pete Carril will be focusing on improving the Sacramento Kings' shooting.

Will Venable was picked off first base with the bases loaded in the top of the seventh inning on Saturday, ending the Padres' hopes of rallying past St. Louis.

A piece in the Providence Journal on the recruitment of Harvard commitment Matt Brown mentions that part of Tommy Amaker's recruiting pitch is "he’s trying to make Harvard basketball what Princeton basketball used to be."

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