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Wednesday News:

Princeton's third game in Spain was a 94-72 loss to Lucentum Alicante. You can see a full box score here. The Tigers were outscored in all four quarters.

Four players found double figures for the orange and black, including Will Barrett with 16 points and 11 rebounds.

The hosts shot 56.5% from the floor and knocked down 13 three pointers. Lucentum Blogging gathered some more information about the game, which I've translated.

Tomorrow Princeton plays its final contest overseas versus Club Melilla Baloncesto of LEB Oro.

Wisconsin forward Luke Worthington opted for BYU over fellow finalists Davidson, Princeton and Penn.

Inside Northwestern has an excellent interview with Bill Carmody.

Craig Robinson made an appearance on stage at the Democratic National Convention last night.

A familiar name has been added to the Oregon State roster.

Princeton basketball announcer John Sadak also calls games for the Wilmington Blue Rocks and was named 2012 Carolina League Broadcaster.

Brown and Harvard have released their schedules with the latter revealing (not to any great surprise) that the Crimson's visit to Jadwin will be broadcast on ESPNU.

George Clark said,

September 5, 2012 @ 11:28 am

Did I miss something? Bray and Sherburne not playing? Any news on this?

Jon Solomon said,

September 5, 2012 @ 11:33 am

Both are being held out of action in Spain to recover from injuries.

Going off the videos I've seen, neither are even in uniform. However, this is not unexpected based on remarks at the practice prior to departure from New Jersey.

If Los Tigres can go 2-2 en Espana while getting Clement and Wilson experience against professionals, that's OK by me.

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