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Monday News:

The Daily Princetonian, the Columbia Spectator and the Cornell Daily Sun summarize the weekend's action.

A second half Northwestern (16-12) rally came up short in Madison. The Wildcats fell to Wisconsin, 78-63.

Shooting 3-29 from three point range, Mercer (16-16) lost against Del Tech Stanton 76-68 in the Region XIX championship game.

Chris Young pitched two perfect innings in his first spring training outing.

Princeton recruit Brian Fabrizius and Kimball Union Academy won their third straight Class AA game over St Andrews School.

You can see some brief highlights of future Tiger Bobby Garbade on Your News Now.

SportsProf writes about how he came full circle.

Monmouth head coach Dave Calloway has "resigned." A member of the Princeton coaching family is on the Asbury Park Press' list of potential replacements.

Last night I learned there is a Fans of Marvin Bressler group on Facebook. I recommend you join!

larry said,

February 28, 2011 @ 12:05 pm

A Princeton vs Joe Scott led Momouth game would be a must see game.

Jon Solomon said,

February 28, 2011 @ 1:23 pm

For those curious, I've been told that's Will Barrett's footwear.

R.W. Enoch, Jr. said,

February 28, 2011 @ 1:38 pm

Scott to Monmouth seems like a stretch. Even so, I imagine Princeton and Monmouth would avoid scheduling each other at that point.

Jon Solomon said,

February 28, 2011 @ 1:43 pm

I'd put two different Princeton-connected coaches with New Jersey ties ahead of Scott on any hypothetical list.

I'm pretty confident he's making much more $$$ than Monmouth currently has budgeted and the Sun Belt is a stronger conference than the NEC historically.

Now, if the "new WAC" should collapse before Denver moves there (they might not end up with enough teams) or if Joe's desperation for the fine pizza of central NJ (DeLorenzo's > Conte's > Beau Jo's) becomes too strong to ignore...

The next Monmouth coach will have a stellar facility. He just needs to keep the best talent not going to Rutgers / Seton Hall in-state.

Stuart Schulman said,

February 28, 2011 @ 10:26 pm

Note on Chris Young's pitching line:

I just checked the play by play against the boxscore. 10 pitches, 10 strikes, 6 outs. That means (doing the math) the other outs were first pitch swings.

First inning:
Prado hits first pitch, flied to center
Schaefer out bunting on first pitch 2-3
Chipper Jones whiffs on a called 3rd strike

Second inning:

Uggla grounds first pitch 4-3
Freddie Freeman swings and misses 3x
Alex Gonzalez hits first pitch, flies to CF.

Chris has had trouble working deep into games in the past due to high pitch counts. If he can stay anywhere this economical with his pitches, this is a very strong positive sign.

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