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Fairfield vs. Iona - 9:00 pm ET - ESPNU

Northwestern (11-7) led from wire to wire in an unexpected victory at #23 Illinois, 68-54.

Make it six straight for Denver (10-7), who beat San Jose State by 36.

UCLA kept Oregon State (10-7) winless in Pac-12 play, 74-64.

Princeton recruit Spencer Weisz is a nominee for the 2013 McDonald's All American Game.

Future Tiger Amir Bell and East Brunswick improved to 11-0 with a second victory over St. Joseph.

It sounds like Hashim Moore had another strong defensive performance for the Hun School.

The Town Topics reviews Princeton's win over Penn.

Eight points, eight rebounds and six assists from Judson Wallace in FC Barcelona Regal's latest Euroleague triumph, including a pair of fourth quarter three pointers to put the result away.

Fairfield visits Iona tonight.

Around the Ivy League: Despite 26 turnovers, Penn (3-13) ended their eight game losing streak by surviving 54-53 at NJIT. Dartmouth (4-11) bested Colby-Sawyer, 80-42.

Stuart Schulman said,

January 18, 2013 @ 10:48 am

It's not quite as humiliating as losing to Carnegie Mellon, but beating NJIT by one is not exactly a signature victory. Can Fran Dougherty be that important to Jerome Allen's team, or are they just plain awful?

Jon Solomon said,

January 18, 2013 @ 10:51 am

The Quakers now have a victory over a team with a <300 Pomeroy Ranking!

NJIT checks in at 273, while UMBC (304) and Binghamton (343) are a ways behind.

Gregg Lange said,

January 18, 2013 @ 11:42 am

Quacks are certainly not a good passing team based on our game, but four players with four+ TOs in one game is a disaster against Duke, never mind NJIT. Shows one of the weaknesses of scheduling "sure" wins: the chance of accomplishing less than nothing, even when you do win.

Stuart Schulman said,

January 18, 2013 @ 11:43 am

Corky Calhoun and Tony Price must be proud.

Steven Postrel said,

January 18, 2013 @ 4:37 pm

I have to give credit to the Penn Athletics website, which has very little homerism in its game descriptions compared to most of its peers. I haven't checked over at the Penn message boards, but I'll bet the call for playing Patrick Louis-Pierre more is reaching fever pitch.

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