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Pictures of the Year.

I've been nothing short of thrilled with the work Stephen Goldsmith has done for this site over the past three years, but I think he outdid himself in 2009-10.

Stephen's images have helped enhance my game stories and analysis. His shots have given members unable to regularly attend Princeton contests a better understanding of specific situations involving this year's team and have often been the only pictures capturing many moments, both home and away.

As part of a series of posts reviewing this past season, I've hand-selected my favorite 15 photos Stephen took covering games for

It is a tribute to Stephen's talent that I hemmed and hawed all weekend trying to pair down over two dozen top choices to these selections.

Jon Solomon

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Georgetown's Austin Freeman tries to call a time out versus Rutgers.

Pawel Buczak practices against a ghost defender during Princeton's 2009 Media Day.

Ian Hummer in disbelief.

Douglas Davis passes into your living room.

Brian Taylor watches a retrospective on his life with pride.

Dan Mavraides drives left versus St. Joe's.

Will Barrett attempts to leap over a Goucher defender.

The Hoyas huddle after player introductions at the Verizon Center.

Davis scrapes the roof of Jadwin Gym with a jumper.

Buczak fully extends his right hand for a hook shot.

Niko Scott's helpless look as Mavraides drives for a layup makes this photo for me.

Princeton huddles before their home game with Harvard.

Still hard to look at - Marcus Schroeder after the final buzzer of the Tigers' disappointing loss to Brown.

Maddox dunks with authority at Columbia.

larry said,

March 29, 2010 @ 1:50 pm

Jon, I get the feeling you, Schroeder & I see the Brown loss as the low point of the year.

Jon Solomon said,

March 29, 2010 @ 9:46 pm

Not necessarily a low point, but I think that there was a realization at the buzzer that the class of 2010 wasn't going to be able to catch Cornell in their last try of making the NCAAs.

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