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Wednesday News:

Today's Game: Princeton (2-2) vs. Chaminade (1-2)
Location: Lahaina Civic Center - Lahaina, HI
Time: 7:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: This is the first meeting between the two teams.
Last meeting: This is the first meeting between the two teams.

Princeton concludes their trip to Maui with a matchup versus a very good Chaminade team.

Georgetown vs. Ball State - 7:00 pm ET, the Maui News, the Associated Press and the Daily Princetonian break down the Arizona State game.

For the Sun Devils' perspective, read stories from the Arizona Republic, the Maui News and Devils Digest.

The Daily Princetonian also files their report on Princeton's loss to Duke.

Zach Finley was named to the Honor Roll in the first Ivy Weekly Basketball Awards of the season.

David Rosenfeld from the Princeton Athletic Department checks in a second time from room 310 at the Hyatt Regency Maui.

Notes on the first five games for Princeton recruit Max Huc and Brewster Academy.

Big man Keith Wright, who Princeton was very interested in, has selected Harvard. Another impressive piece of Tommy Amaker's first recruiting class.

Georgetown heads on the road for the first time this year.

Richmond (3-3) beat Rice down in Texas, 61-55. In Evanston, Northwestern (1-2) blew out D-III Benedictine, 95-63.

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (2-3) hung with Holy Cross before falling 80-69. Columbia (1-4) dropped a cross-borough battle to LIU, 70-60. Dartmouth (1-3) gave Rutgers a test at the RAC. Penn (1-3) picked up its first win of the season over The Citadel. Cornell (2-1) upended Army 93-78. Out west, Yale (1-2) lost to Stanford 72-61.

David Lewis said,

November 21, 2007 @ 10:40 pm

A much better game versus Charminade than against ASU the night before. The Tigers worked the ball inside to Finley much more often and, as a result, got many better looks on the perimeter. I also liked how Finley asserted himself both on offense and on defense. I just wish he had made more of his shots. Charminade may be D-II but are much better than many D-I schools. It's scary that Princeton made more than 50% of their 3 pointers and still lost. I don't remember the last time Princeton scored 70 points and lost the game.

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