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Wednesday News:

Princeton has participated in two closed scrimmages this preseason, hosting one versus Siena and the other last weekend at Towson. Since the NCAA does not permit the public or the media from viewing these scrimmages, word out of each has been minimal, but the Twitter feed for I-95 Ballerz does have a teaser about Tiger freshman Ian Hummer (above). The SienaHoops message board has a thread wherein members try and piece together details from their trip to Jadwin.

The Daily Princetonian previews the Tigers and breaks down the 2009-10 schedule.

Douglas Davis was named to the NYC Metro Preseason Fourth Team by College Hoops Net. The site also lists keys to Princeton's season.

The Hoya has published their comprehensive Georgetown season preview, with seven different articles about the team.

The Daily Northwestern has a cover story about the Wildcats' prospects this season. There are three additional articles about Northwestern basketball in today's issue as well.

Chris Young has been given a clean bill of health and will start throwing at Petco Park on Friday.

Central Michigan junior guard Jalin Thomas is adjusting to his new starting role for the Chippewas.

David Lewis said,

November 12, 2009 @ 1:16 am

I just compared Cornell's schedule with ours and was surprised by how much more difficult Cornell's schedule is than ours - Alabama, UMass, Syracuse, Kansas, St. Josephs-all on the road. I'm not suggesting the Princeton's schedule is easy, but it's just not nearly as demanding. Not long ago, Princeton and Penn always played the toughest non-conference schedules in the league. Obviously, that has changed. Cornell is clearly serious about being a top mid-major program. Hopefully, Princeton will be there again soon.

Jon Solomon said,

November 12, 2009 @ 9:36 am


I think Cornell's schedule is fitting for a veteran, senior-led team trying to build on the past two seasons of success and potentially pick up some marquee victories.

Princeton's schedule, while more difficult than last year's, is more fitting for a team trying to get to where Cornell currently is.


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