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Friday News:

As you can see from the final scores of games versus South Africa, Turkey, Canada and Brazil, Spencer Weisz and the United States 17-18 youth boys basketball team haven't faced much opposition at the 2013 Maccabiah Games. They'll go for the gold on Sunday versus Israel.

Will Princeton be the 114th-best team in Division I this season? One early preview thinks so.

The school's "38 Days, 38 Sports" turns the spotlight on men's basketball.

It was nearly another double-double for Edo Lawrence in JSBL action.

Will Venable has had a hot stretch, wherein he hit his 12th home run of the season (video) and made yet another tremendous diving catch to keep San Diego in front of Milwaukee. In his last 10 games Venable is .324 at the plate, raising his season average to .236.

The Ivy League Digital Network has unveiled their pricing plans.

This season Oregon State will visit both Maryland and DePaul.

Brown is the first Ivy League program to officially announce their 2013-14 schedule.

Gregg Lange said,

July 26, 2013 @ 1:03 pm

Think Bill Bradley's got a strong resume?

The factoids neglect to mention his captaincy of an NCAA Final Four team or of the '64 Olympic team, or of his spot in the Hall of Fame.

Carril's HOF spot is also lacking.

Must be nice.......

Stuart Schulman said,

July 26, 2013 @ 5:17 pm

How good is the competition in Edo Lawrence's summer league?

Pawel Buczak came into Princeton a few years back with height and seemingly nothing else. He played very little his freshman year, but by his senior year he had supplanted Zack Finley and was a legitimate Ivy center.

If Edo can have the same career arc as Pawel, I think everyone will be very happy. How realistic is that?

Jon Solomon said,

July 26, 2013 @ 5:20 pm

A lot of Rutgers / Monmouth / NJIT / shore folks in this year's JSBL. Not sure how the league is on height but there's DI talent up and down the roster.

George Clark said,

July 27, 2013 @ 10:21 am

Jon: Thanks for the heads-up regarding the launching of the Digital Network. The site advertised a discount to early subscribers ($71.95 annual fee, I believe) When I registered I was charged $90.00+ (still a bargain but annoying). Anyone else have the problem? Thanks for the great off-season work...

Jon Solomon said,

July 27, 2013 @ 10:26 am

That's not cool. You should email their customer service and complain!

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