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Tuesday News:

Douglas Davis made it into Mayor Mike Bloomberg's baccalaureate address at Princeton.

233 photos from Friday's alumni basketball games - I spot Troy Hottenstein, Nick Lake, Pawel Buczak, Jason Osier, Noah Savage and all three graduating seniors in these shots. Anyone else you can ID?

During Reunions, Gary Walters moderated a panel of former Princeton athletes, including Steve Mills.

Did you know Kevin "Moon" Mullin wrote a book about being a student-athlete?

The Tigers are looking for one "guarantee" game and one home-and-home to round out the 2011-12 schedule.

Saturday News:

Kareem Maddox was honored at Friday night's Princeton Varsity Club banquet as a recipient of the William Winston Roper Trophy. Maddox is the first basketball player to earn this award since Will Venable in 2005 and he shares this distinction with four other male Tiger student-athletes.

Princeton recruit Denton Koon represents Kansas City at today's MBCA Missouri Challenge.

Will Venable homered twice and was 3-5 at the plate in Tucson's 11-1 win over the Salt Lake Bees.

Thursday News:

Dan Mavraides participated in the Agganis Basketball Tournament last month. His Ipswich team lost to St. George of Lynn in the quarterfinals.

It is the end of the academic year, so both Princeton and Harvard have pieces on a 2010-11 season that culminated in an Ivy playoff classic.

For those who want to know more about the NCAA's APR results, here's a conference-by-conference breakdown.

Assorted programs.

Just when I thought I had exhausted my archival supply of Princeton programs, I unearthed another decently-sized stack. Today's images are all from the late 1990s and early 2000s. I'll scan a similar quantity from 10 years prior next week.

Above, Princeton's Players of the Century - Sandi Bittler and Bill Bradley.

Six additional covers follow after the jump, plus details about a few of these games.

Click on any and all images to enlarge.

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Wednesday News:

The NCAA has released their 2009-10 Academic Progress Rate Public Report. You can see the numbers for Princeton here.

Was Will Venable focusing on the right things?

John Rogers has favorite stock picks for Ariel Investments.

Tuesday News:

A slumping Will Venable was demoted to AAA Tucson to improve his technique.

Princeton recruit Bobby Garbade was on the Seton Catholic Central golf team that captured the Section 4 Class C title.

Here's audio of a recent interview with Craig Robinson on Minnesota's WCCO.

Monday News:

Judson Wallace saw his season end on Sunday. Gran Canaria 2014 lost 93-76 to Caja Laboral and fell out of the Liga ACB quarterfinals. Wallace had nine points and six rebounds in the game.

A right hand injury is hampering Will Venable. The former Princeton player is hitting .244 in 134 at bats for the Padres. readers were the first to read about Clay Wilson's acceptance to Princeton on Thursday night and now reporters in Wilson's home town of Tulsa are picking up the story we broke.

Wilson was named second team All-State in April by Tulsa World.

A sophomore big man from TCU will transfer to Northwestern.

The Wildcats are expected to play in the Charleston Classic this November.

Fairfield officially announced the additions of Tony Newsom and Martin Bahar to Sydney Johnson's coaching staff.

Those of you in Italy now have the option of attending the Mason Rocca Basketball Camp. The staff working this camp includes several familiar names for those who follow Princeton basketball.

Clay Wilson to attend...

Details after the jump.

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Thursday News:

Scott Greenman has been promoted at Georgetown. He is now the Hoyas' Director of Basketball Operations. Greenman also popped up on Twitter, so I've added him to our updated list of current and former Princeton players working with 140 characters or less.

The Town Topics talked to Noah Savage about the marathon he is running in June.

Craig Robinson continues to make the talk show rounds, including an appearance on the Mike Wise Show (audio). Robinson's Oregon State team will play at the Meadowlands in early November for the championship portion of the Legends Classic.

Later that same month Northwestern will visit Georgia Tech in the Big Ten/ACC Challenge. Bill Carmody announced today that Tavaras Hardy is now the Wildcats' associate head coach.

Mitch Henderson is keeping the Princeton pipeline flowing.

Future Tiger Denton Koon was honored with the Kansas City Recruiting Battalion's Top Performer Award.

Dan Mavraides told the Hellenic Voice about his tattoo.

Tuesday News:

The Robbinsville Lacrosse Association will dedicate a field in the memory of Christian "Crunch" Regulski tomorrow.

Congratulations Ian Hummer. According to Cracked Sidewalks you're the 252nd most valuable returning player in college basketball.

INC. interviews Craig Robinson.

Sydney Johnson sent a letter to friends of the Fairfield basketball program.

Here's the official press release on the hiring of Marcus Jenkins at Princeton.

Gary Walters continues to assert his touch on the athletic department.

YouTube potpourri XXXVI.

The latest collection of videos from various corners of the Princeton basketball family. Above, "Chin" from Gabe Lewullis to Brian Earl beats NC State at the Meadowlands in 1997.

Four additional clips after the jump.

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Craig Moore named volunteer assistant at Princeton.

Mitch Henderson has completed his Princeton coaching staff with the addition of Craig Moore as volunteer assistant.

A 2009 Northwestern graduate, Moore set Wildcat records for most three pointers in a game (9), season (110) and career (320 - fourth-most in Big Ten history) during his career while playing for Bill Carmody and then-assistant coach Henderson.

Moore hails from Doylestown, PA and attended the Lawrenceville School. He was part of the Big Red's staff for a portion of the 2010-11 season after suiting up one year in the Netherlands.

Moore and Brian Earl should have some legendary post-practice shooting contests.

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