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Judson Wallace on the move.

Judson Wallace, who was the subject of a Q&A on the Princeton Athletic Department web site earlier this week, is leaving Italy's Benetton Treviso to play for a Spanish squad.

Wallace has signed a one year contract with Club Baloncesto Gran Canaria of the Liga ACB.

Thursday News:

Like Gabe Lewullis, John Rogers (center) is also in Sports Illustrated's "Where Are They Now?" issue. Rogers can be found in a special section about YouTube sensations.

Bob Scrabis gets a brief mention in the same SI as part of "Men Of The Moment," which updates the lives of significant players from the last quarter century of NCAA Tournaments. Unfortunately, the picture accompanying Scrabis' blurb is actually one of Kit Mueller!

Northwestern is off to a good start with their 2012 recruiting class.

The Wildcats' Alex Marcotullio averaged 13.9 ppg for Great Britain at the FIBA U20 European Championship.

Kendrick Saunders hired as Director of Basketball Operations.

Former Army assistant coach Kendrick Saunders, who was with the Black Knights from 2005-10, has been named Princeton's new Director of Basketball Operations.

Saunders is the fourth person to hold this position with the Tigers in the last five seasons. He replaces Martin Bahar, who was promoted to the job of assistant coach earlier this summer.

Wednesday News:

Gabe Lewullis is in this week's Sports Illustrated as part of the magazine's annual "Where Are They Now?" issue.

In a surprise decision, Northwestern's Kevin Coble, who missed last season due to injury after leading the team in scoring as a junior, will forgo his senior season and not return to the Wildcats.

15 home games highlight the Denver basketball schedule for 2010-11.

Richmond will play Wright State as part of the Chicago Invitational Challenge.

Oregon State head coach Craig Robinson is #17 on The Oregonian's list of the Top 25 Most Influential People in Oregon Sports.

Will Venable filled in at first base for the Padres last week and was the subject of a practical joke after borrowing All-Star Adrian Gonzalez's glove.

Five former Princeton players make WEEI's list of the Top NBA Ivy Leaguers.

The John Thompson III Foundation has relaunched their web site.

Coach Scott talks Denver schedule.

More information on this in tomorrow's news, but here's Denver head coach Joe Scott talking at length about the 2010-11 Pioneers schedule.

1976 Penn/Princeton program.

For just $0.74 more than it would have set me back walking in to Jadwin Gym 34 years ago, I picked up a copy of the above Penn/Princeton program on eBay this week.

Highlights are scanned after the jump. Click on any image to enlarge.

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Princeton. Georgetown. 1989.

I appreciate the importance of this 1989 NCAA Tournament game as much as the next person, but titling the above YouTube video "Princeton beats #1 Georgetown" goes several steps beyond revisionist history. That said, you can now watch this game in its entirety on-line.

Please note that while the description says the audio is from WPRB's broadcast, it is actually the ESPN announcers calling the game.

Thursday News:

John Thompson III and Georgetown are ready to move on from how last season ended.

A prospect from California shares some of what he learned at Princeton's basketball camp this summer.

Will Venable returned to the Padres' lineup yesterday, walking twice and getting hit by a pitch.

Venable is part of an article on about the family tradition in the San Diego outfield.

The Golden State Warriors have signed Harvard's Jeremy Lin to a two year deal. Lin will likely become the first Ivy League graduate since 2003 to play in the NBA.

Pete Carril & Greg Monroe at NBA Summer League.

The Kings assistant and the Pistons rookie both talk with B Ball Breakdown.

The schedule, so far.

While the official release of Princeton's 2010-11 men's basketball schedule is not expected to come until August, the lion's share of these games have already been revealed. You just have to know where to look.

See what we've pieced together and collected in one tidy locale using newspaper reports, the schedules of other schools, the Princeton Public Events Calendar, the Tigers' women's basketball schedule and other sources after the jump.

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Tuesday News:

Brian Taylor did a short Q&A on the Princeton Athletic Department web site.

Confirming what we have been reporting for the past two months, Saint Joseph's officially announced they will play Princeton at Jadwin Gym this season. A date for this game has not yet been announced.

In other scheduling news, Memphis will host Georgetown on December 23rd.

After going 1-14 at the plate with eight strikeouts during a five game stint with Lake Elsinore, Will Venable will continue his rehab at San Antonio, the Padres' AA affiliate.

There's "tempered excitement" from Chris Young about the preliminary rounds of his throwing program.

Incoming Tiger freshman Ben Hazel is quoted in a Washington Post article about his Kenner League squad, D.C. Legends.

A senior wing from Virginia lists Princeton as one of his favorites.

Northwestern has added a second guard to their class of 2011.

YouTube potpourri V.

A handful of videos I didn't find the right moment to post while I was on vacation, starting with a fan-driven campaign to keep Judson Wallace at Treviso.

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