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Thursday News:

Thursday, March 18th
MCCC vs. Pima C.C. - 12:00 pm ET
NJCAA Division II Tournament

(10) Saint Mary’s vs. (7) Richmond - 2:50 pm ET - CBS
NCAA Tournament

(14) Ohio vs. (3) Georgetown - 7:25 pm ET - CBS
NCAA Tournament

Friday, March 19th
(12) Cornell vs. (5) Temple - 12:30 pm ET - CBS
NCAA Tournament

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's first postseason win in a decade on, in the Trentonian, in the Trenton Times, in the Daily Princetonian, in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and on

Bill Reynolds at the Providence Journal remembers the Princeton/Georgetown NCAA game from 21 years ago.

John Thompson II and Chris Mooney add their perspectives on that memorable matchup in the Boston Globe.

The Town Topics has an article from after Princeton's win over Penn.

The Northwestern (20-14) season came to an end with a 76-64 NIT loss at Rhode Island.

Oregon State (14-18) is also done, trounced by Boston University on the other side of the CBI bracket.

Richmond and Georgetown are both in Providence for NCAA Tournament games today.

The Hoyas' Greg Monroe is ready for the big stage.

Princeton recruit T.J. Bray was named Classic Eight Conference Player of the Year.

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (21-8 / 10-4) was blown out at Appalachian State, 93-71.

Harry Mahan said,

March 18, 2010 @ 11:34 am

I was checking the IUPUI-Hofstra box score from last night and their attendance was only 952 but for Princeton to have only 665 is bad. Spring break or not. As a season ticket holder there was a chance to get two home games in a tournament. Princeton never had that chance before and may never again. If we had just 1,500 we would probably be having another home game. I checked 5 IUPUI box scores during the season at home and three times they had 1,000 fans one time 1,100 and one time 1,200. Thanks Jon for getting the word out but I guess our hardcore fan base is just to small.

Stuart Schulman said,

March 18, 2010 @ 2:18 pm

Seton Hall vacancy candidates/rumors:

Mentions Penn alum Fran McCaffery as a potential fit.

Mentions McCaffery, Chris Mooney and Steve Donahue as potential candidates.

This could get interesting.

R.W. Enoch, Jr. said,

March 18, 2010 @ 2:34 pm

Video highlights and Sydney Johnson post-game interview at the CBI website:

Click on the Duquesne-Princeton video in the menu to the right.

Jon Solomon said,

March 18, 2010 @ 4:47 pm


The IUPUI gym only *holds* 1,200 so those are all pretty close to sell outs!


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