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Wednesday News:

Today's Game: Princeton (22-8 / 11-3) vs. St. Louis (22-11 / 11-5)
Location: Chaifetz Arena - St. Louis, MO
Time: 9:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: Saint Louis leads 2-0.
Last meeting: Saint Louis 82 Princeton 52 - 12/17/70.

Princeton St. Louis
11-3 Home Record 17-3
11-5 Away Record 5-5
0-0 Neutral Record 0-3
111 RPI 80
103 Sagarin 81
104 Pomeroy 93
60.4 Points / Game 63.4
52.8 Points Allowed / Game 59.7
.441 FG% .437
.716 FT% .615
.361 3PT FG% .325
30.8 Rebounds / Game 33.7
8.9 Off. Rebounds / Game         9.2
+1.3 Rebounding Margin -2.3
11.8 Assists / Game 12.5
13.1 Turnovers / Game 13.3
3.3 Blocks / Game 4.9
Davis: 12.7 Points Mitchell: 16.2
Mavraides: 4.4 Rebounds Reed: 8.0
Schroeder: 3.0 Assists Cassity: 3.2
Schroeder: 1.7 Steals Mitchell: 1.4
Maddox: 0.9 Blocks Reed: 2.2
Finley: .602 FG% (Min: 10 FGM) Reed: .576
Saunders: .941 FT% (Min: 10 FTM) John: .813
Saunders: .456 3PT FG% (Min: 10 3PTM)    Jordan: .383

Thursday, March 25th
(12) Cornell vs. (1) Kentucky - 9:50 pm ET - CBS
NCAA Tournament

You want previews of tonight's CBI semifinal? Look to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, the Telegraph, the Trenton Times, the Trentonian and the WPRB Sports blog.

Princeton recruit T.J. Bray was named Associated Press 2010 Wisconsin Boys Basketball Player of the Year.

Princeton Alumni Weekly has republished their story about Princeton's 1975 NIT title.

David Lewis said,

March 24, 2010 @ 11:20 pm

The last five minutes in the first half was the difference in the game. Princeton played well against a very good St. Louis team. Mitchell is a phenomenal player. I predict that St. Louis will be a top-25 team next year considering how young they are. It's too bad Pawel is a senior, he's still improving as an offensive player. Some of this low post moves were tremendous. If our young centers - Barrett and Connolly - emerge next year, the Tigers may be the Ivy favorites next year. It was great that Sydney put Nick Lake in at the end of the game. The announcers were questioning the decision to take out Mavredes for Lake but did not realize that the move was to give Lake some time in his last game. Sydney Johnson is a class act. The program is in great hands with him at the helm. Jon, thanks for another great year.

Jon Solomon said,

March 25, 2010 @ 3:24 am

Thank you, David.

Those five possessions spanning halftime where SLU scored 13 points were a killer.

While I don't think Barrett is going to play center, I do agree the future is quite bright!

I've got some pieces to put a bow on this season planned when I get back to NJ. Stay tuned.


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