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Monday News:

Yesterday Will Venable hit his team-leading ninth home run of the season. In the process Venable tied Moe Berg for most hits by a Princeton alum with 441.

Judson Wallace has become the master of the four point play. Wallace's FC Barcelona side and Real Madrid will play a fifth and deciding game of their ACB playoff final series on Wednesday.

The latest Academic Progress Rate data has been released, covering the 2011-12 season. You can generate your own Ivy-wide data or see the full report for Princeton here.

Hans Brase is playing for Germany's U20 national team at the European Championship this July in Estonia.

Princeton assistant Brett MacConnell has risen quickly in the coaching ranks.

A game versus North Carolina highlights the non-conference slate for Richmond.

Oregon State unveiled a fancy new basketball facility.

Joe Scott and Denver return a solid nucleus.

Steven Postrel said,

June 24, 2013 @ 7:09 pm

Over at the Basketball U message boards there's been some discussion aboiut Harvard's anomalously low APRs the last few years. Only some of that is due to the withdrawals of Casey and Curry last year. Some posters think that the Crimson will have to scramble to avoid running into the same problem that kept UConn out of the tournament. I don't see that happening, but something odd is going on--the Harvard men's BB program is exploring APR regions that no other Harvard sport, much less Ivy BB program, have ever visited.

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