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Sunday News:

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's defeat at the hands of Harvard on, in the Trentonian, in the Star Ledger, in the Daily Princetonian, in the New York Times, in the Boston Globe, in the Crimson, on ESPN Boston and on

Bob Ryan of the Boston Globe also has a column on the game.

Former Tiger Mike Brennan is listed as among those "throwing their names into the mix" for the open Monmouth position.

Sophomore Ian Hummer is profiled by Vienna Patch.

Andy Rimol is quoted in a long Bergen Record piece on New Jersey high school basketball legend Les Cason.

Princeton recruit Denton Koon and Liberty fell in the Missouri Class 5 quarterfinals.

Will Venable is benefitting from ramped-up workouts.

Unlike when he pitched last September, Chris Young feels completely healthy.

Richmond (24-7) earned a first round bye in the Atlantic 10 Tournament with a 68-56 win over Duquesne.

Can Georgetown (21-9) win without Chris Wright? The Hoyas trailed by four at Cincinnati with 8:42 to go, but were outscored 26-8 the rest of the way.

Denver (13-17) saw their season end with a 53-49 loss to FIU in the first round of the Sun Belt Tournament.

With all but six players suspended for a violation of team rules, Oregon State (10-19) was dropped 80-66 at Arizona State.

Around the Ivy League: Rallying from down 13 at the half, Penn (13-14 / 7-6) came back on Dartmouth (5-23 / 1-13) in Hanover, 70-58. Cornell (10-18 / 6-8) finished the season with a 68-55 victory over Yale (15-13 / 8-6). Noruwa Agho had a career high 31 as Columbia (15-13 / 6-8) closed their campaign by besting Brown (11-17 / 4-10) to the tune of 91-74.

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