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Monday News:

Northwestern vs. St. Francis (NY) - 7:00 pm ET - MSG Holiday Festival - MSG

Bucknell vs. Cornell - 7:00 pm

Mercer (5-9) trailed 40-14 at the half and could not rally to catch CCBC-Essex in a 91-85 loss.

Undefeated Northwestern is excited about playing at Madison Square Garden for the first time in nine years. Look for coverage from MSG on the site later tonight.

Around the Ivy League: Dartmouth (3-7) lost 71-42 at Iowa State. Sacred Heart bested Yale (5-5) in New Haven, 71-62.

Loyola/Georgetown highlights.

The Hoyas return from exams with a dominant victory over the Greyhounds.

Sunday News:

MCCC vs. CCBC-Essex - 12:00 pm ET

Dartmouth vs. Iowa State - 2:00 pm ET
Sacred Heart vs. Yale - 2:00 pm ET

Georgetown (10-1) shot 14-15 inside the arc in the first half, on their way to a 99-75 win over Loyola (MD).

In the Bahamas, Richmond (8-3) fell to Georgia Tech by 13. The Yellow Jackets clamped down on the Spiders in the second half.

Freshman Chris Udofia provided a needed spark as Denver (3-9) downed Northern Colorado, 71-68.

Frederick defeated Mercer (5-8) by a 74-59 count. Rodney Walters had 15 for the Vikings.

Oregon State (4-6) trailed for the final 36 minutes of a 87-79 loss to George Washington. Beavers head coach Craig Robinson was in an unforgiving mood after the game.

College Hoops Daily named Kareem Maddox their Player of the Day for Friday.

Princeton recruit Denton Koon had 22 points, six rebounds and three assists in Liberty's win over Shawnee Mission West. Afterwards Koon received the Hy-Vee/Coca-Cola Male Scholar/Athlete award.

Around the Ivy League: Cornell (2-7) lost their sixth straight, 69-68 at Binghamton.

YouTube potpourri XV.

The latest collection of videos from various corners of the Princeton basketball family. Above, clips of Northwestern's recent victory over American. When John Shurna hits three pointer to beat the shot clock in the second half launched from the Baha'i Temple it brings a smile to my face.

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Saturday News:

Loyola (MD) vs. Georgetown - 12:00 pm ET - MASN
MCCC vs. Frederick - 2:00 pm ET
Richmond vs. Georgia Tech - 5:00 pm ET - Battle at Atlantis
Northern Colorado vs. Denver - 7:30 pm ET - FSN Rocky Mountain
George Washington vs. Oregon State - 7:30 pm ET - FSN Northwest

Cornell vs. Binghamton - 2:00 pm ET

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's sixth straight victory on, in the Staten Island Advance, in the Trenton Times and on

Lincoln Christian fell in the finals but Princeton recruit Clay Wilson was still named MVP of the Hominy Tournament.

Time again for Rush The Court to check in on the Ivy League.

Georgetown hosts Loyola.

Georgia Tech and Richmond battle in the Bahamas.

Denver welcomes Northern Colorado.

George Washington and Oregon State meet in Corvallis.

Wagner pictures.

Some supplemental snapshots from today's game courtesy Robert Solomon.

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Princeton/Wagner highlights.

...well, Wagner highlights at least. A few plays by the Seahawks from tonight's game.

Princeton 69 Wagner 57.

Box Score : HD Box Score

Postgame audio - Coach Sydney Johnson:

Postgame audio - Brendan Connolly & Kareem Maddox:

Electronic statistics for men's college basketball go back as far as the 1996-97 season. Before then, stats are all blurry photocopies and hand-transcribed scrawl.

This is noteworthy, because since electronic stats have become the standard, Princeton has not attempted as few three point shots as they did on Friday night at Wagner.

The Tigers only needed to shoot five times from behind the arc because they were able to take control on Staten Island by scoring 36 points in the paint and 16 more at the free throw line.

Princeton used a 19-5 first half run to break open a 16-16 ballgame and kept Wagner at bay for a 69-57 win, the Tigers’ sixth straight.

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Friday News:

Today's Game: Princeton (7-3 / 0-0) vs. Wagner (4-5 / 1-0)
Location: Spiro Sports Center - Staten Island, NY
Time: 7:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
TV: Time Warner Cable
Series History: Princeton leads 2-0.
Last meeting: Princeton 45 Wagner 42 - 12/30/09.

Princeton Wagner
3-0 Home Record 1-1
3-2 Away Record 3-4
1-1 Neutral Record 2-1
59 RPI 194
93 Sagarin 194
124 Pomeroy 256
72.3 Points / Game 63.7
70.4 Points Allowed / Game 65.6
.466 FG% .415
.704 FT% .787
.393 3PT FG% .412
33.9 Rebounds / Game 30.3
9.2 Off. Rebounds / Game         7.0
+0.4 Rebounding Margin -6.0
14.4 Assists / Game 11.8
13.8 Turnovers / Game 15.9
3.8 Blocks / Game 3.6
Hummer: 15.5 Points Murray: 17.8
Maddox, Hummer: 6.7 Rebounds Murray: 5.4
Maddox: 3.2 Assists Murray: 3.3
Davis: 1.3 Steals Murray: 1.3
Maddox: 1.7 Blocks Folahan: 1.4
Hummer: .615 FG% (Min: 10 FGM) Parker: .567
Mavraides: .825 FT% (Min: 10 FTM) Rivers: .953
Davis: .439 3PT FG% (Min: 10 3FGM)    Murray .463

In the Staten Island Advance you can find a preview of tonight's game.

The Princeton Alumni Weekly blog offers up five more things you need to know about the Tigers.

John Shurna scored 28 - cracking the 1,000 point mark in the process - as Northwestern (7-0) defeated American, 78-62.

Denver is introducing a program called "Pioneer Professors" modeled on Princeton's Faculty Fellows program.

Coach Sydney Johnson - 12/16/10.

Tigers head coach Sydney Johnson and editor Jon Solomon met at Jadwin Gym on Thursday afternoon to go over Princeton's double OT win at Tulsa (and the subsequent adventures returning to New Jersey) before previewing the team's pair of pre-Christmas road games at Wagner and at Towson.

This Q&A is 13:00+ in length.

Interviews with Coach Johnson will appear on this site every week during the 2010-11 season.

Thursday News:

American vs. Northwestern - 8:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network

Mercer (5-7) defeated Harford, 78-63. The Vikings had 21 assists on their 28 field goals.

Montana bested Oregon State (4-5) by a 71-66 final. Beyond the Beat has a piece about Craig Robinson's love and hate in Corvallis.

The Princeton Alumni Weekly blog offers up five things you need to know about the Tigers.

There's a preview of tomorrow's game at Wagner in the Daily Princetonian.

Will Venable and some Padres teammates took part in the 24th annual San Diego Armed Services YMCA SuperParent Shopping Day. Pictures of the event can be found here.

The recent Northwestern homestand concludes tonight against American.

Princeton recruiting target Desmond Hubert is the subject of a lengthy, well-written, front page profile in the Star Ledger. There's also a video component which is worth watching.

In this week's Schuylkill 16, Princeton dips slightly to the sixth slot despite winning both games since the last poll. Oh, voters.

Wednesday News:

Hartford (MD) vs. MCCC - 6:00 pm ET
Oregon State vs. Montana - 9:00 pm ET

A day after Princeton was written up in the Wall Street Journal, Northwestern is the subject of an article about the Wildcats' hopes to reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time this season.

Dick Vitale calls Richmond coach Chris Mooney one of five "Coaches on the Rise."

Princeton recruit Denton Koon scored 18 in Liberty's home loss to Lee's Summit.

A preview of the New Egypt Warriors has some quotes from Tiger target Desmond Hubert about his recruiting.

There's a video package of Princeton's win over St. Joe's up on the WZBN site. With no direct way to access the highlights, you'll need to click on the left menu and choose the first listing in the Basketball folder.

Denver (2-9) fell 61-48 at Wyoming. Pioneer Pulse has more.

This evening Oregon State heads to Montana.

Around the Ivy League: Dartmouth (3-6) lost at St. Francis (NY) 69-61 in a game that featured 55 fouls.

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