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Sunday News:

In addition to our recap, read about the Tigers' win versus Cornell on, in the Trentonian and on

The Trentonian also finally published their story from the Columbia game on-line.

Watch an ESPNU piece on Friday's win here.

Pete Carril is quoted extensively in an article on Jeremy Lin.

The late 1960s and early 1970s were a golden age for Ivy League basketball.

Princeton recruit Steven Cook scored 10 points in New Trier's victory over #14 St. Rita at the City-Suburban Showdown.

Listen to Sydney Johnson talk about the retirement of Fork Union Military Academy coach Fletcher Arritt.

Fairfield (16-11) turned an 18 point second half deficit into a one point lead with just over two minutes to go but Wisconsin-Milwaukee scored the game's final five points.

In front of a sell out crowd, Richmond (14-14) held off Charlotte, 53-52.

Denver (20-8) made 16 three pointers in a 76-57 rout of Louisiana-Monroe.

Leading wire to wire, Georgetown (20-5) clamped down on Providence, 63-53. Hoya Prospectus crunches the numbers.

John Shurna set the Northwestern (16-10) scoring record but more importantly the Wildcats defeated Minnesota by 11.

Cal beat Oregon State (15-12) in Berkeley, 77-63.

Around the Ivy League: A well-designed lob play by Miles Cartwright to Fran Dougherty with less than a second left in overtime gave Penn (15-11 / 7-2) a 61-59 victory over Columbia (14-12 / 3-7) at The Palestra. Dartmouth (5-21 / 1-9) closed on a 15-3 run for their first conference victory over Brown (7-20 / 1-9) by five. Harvard (23-3 / 9-1) won their 27th straight at home with a 66-51 decision against Yale (17-7 / 7-3).

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