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Thursday News:

Harcum vs. MCCC - 7:00 pm ET
Syracuse vs. Georgetown - 7:00 pm ET - ESPN2
UALR vs. Denver - 9:00 pm ET
Cal vs. Oregon State - 10:30 pm ET - FSN

Richmond (21-6) nabbed its seventh straight to continue their NCAA Tournament push, 84-58 over Fordham.

Penn State won its first Big Ten game of the season, 81-70 at Northwestern (17-9). The Wildcats' only hope to make the NCAA tournament is to claim their conference's automatic bid. Doesn't look good.

Two Town Topics articles went live yesterday, one on the Cornell/Princeton game and the other profiling Tiger assistant Brian Earl.

The Daily Princetonian has an article on Ian Hummer .

Princeton recruit T.J. Bray scored his 1,000th point in Catholic Memorial's 84-57 win over Brookfield Academy.

Chris Wright and Georgetown host #5 Syracuse.

Denver welcomes Arkansas-Little Rock to Magness Arena.

Cal visits Oregon State.

Mercer has clinched first place in the Garden State Athletic Conference. Tonight they have a make-up game against top-ranked and undefeated NJCAA Division I Juco powerhouse Harcum.

Former Tiger Mike Bechtold will participate in an all star game featuring Lancaster-Lebanon League greats on July 16th.

Princeton moves up to the fifth slot in this week's Schuylkill 16. Serves me right for voting Penn State last. Ugh.

The Harvard Crimson reports that Andrew Van Nest and Keith Wright will not play this weekend.

David Lewis said,

February 18, 2010 @ 11:46 am

How did Northwestern lose to Penn State at home? Penn State was 0-12 in the Big Ten. I watched the game on the Big Ten Network. I have never seen worse defense in my life. I was shocked that Carmody did not make any adjustments. The main reason why Princeton is winning is because they play great defense. Northwestern beats Purdue and Illinois but loses at home to Penn State with an NCAA bid on the line. Basketball is a strange game.

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