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Wednesday News:

Jerome Allen has officially been named the head coach at Penn.

The Daily Princetonian talked to Nick Lake about the Tigers' CBI run.

Georgetown's Greg Monroe was named Third Team Associated Press All-American.

Richmond is working on a raise and a contract extension for Chris Mooney. Boston College has shown interest in both Mooney and Cornell coach Steve Donahue for their open head coaching position.

Princeton recruit Chris Clement will play for Boys North in the 2010 Dennis Johnson Memorial High School All-Star Game.

Denver has improved by at least four games in each of the last three seasons.

Randy Bergmann said,

March 31, 2010 @ 10:37 am

Will you be doing a final post-mortem with Coach Johnson, one that not only looks back but ahead to next year? If so, please ask him whether he expects Doug Davis to run the point next year and, if not, who the top candidate(s) are.
Also, what are his plans for replacing Buczak/Finley at center. Any thought given to turning Barrett into one. If not, what are his other options.
Without satisfactory replacements at those two key positions, it's far from a no-brainer that Princeton will be the Ivy preseason favorite, in my view. What do you think?

Stuart Schulman said,

March 31, 2010 @ 10:55 am

According to the Boston Globe, Mooney, Donahue and Tommy Amaker are three of the five most prominent names for the BC opening.

Regarding any postseason interviews with Coach Johnson and looking to next year: At what point are Sydney and his staff permitted under NCAA rules to comment on next year's recruiting class?

larry said,

March 31, 2010 @ 11:41 am

Just to get into the discussion: Look for Mooney to stay at Richmond; Amaker not a serious choice; Donahue to Boston. Davis is and will be a 2 guard. Randy's questions probably will be answered in Januaury. And finally, keep up the good work Coach Scott.

Jon Solomon said,

March 31, 2010 @ 1:14 pm


I just got back from Jadwin Gym. The "review" Q&A with Coach Johnson was conducted this morning and will be live later today. I try and do the "look to the future" interview in May - once recruits can be discussed and there's some scheduling tidbits to digest. Hopefully these two interviews will give you what you want.


According to the Big Green Alert web site, admissions are formalized on April 1st. Comments on the 2010 recruiting class can come after each recruit sends in his postcard saying Princeton is his destination. This can happen either through USPS or electronically.


I tend to agree with you on Mooney and Donahue, but I sense that Amaker would listen if BC showed up on his caller ID.


Stuart Schulman said,

March 31, 2010 @ 5:00 pm

Synthesizing all of the questions on this thread, the $64,000 question is whether T.J. Bray can run the point early on. Stay tuned...

Jon Solomon said,

March 31, 2010 @ 5:06 pm


From an article on Chris Clement:

"Clement said the point guard for the Princeton basketball team graduates after this season and he'll have a chance to start for the Tigers next year."


Randy Bergmann said,

March 31, 2010 @ 10:48 pm

Thanks for your response. Thanks, too, for the wonderful job you did again this year covering Princeton basketball. Tiger fans are fortunate to have you chronicling the program. I greatly appreciate your efforts.

Jon Solomon said,

March 31, 2010 @ 10:49 pm

Of course. Thanks for the kind words. Comments like that keep me motivated to continue to improve the site.

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