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Tuesday News:

Here's the official press release announcing Princeton's 2011-12 basketball schedule.

A prospect who was planning on making an official visit to Princeton is instead going to California for college.

The Dave Blatt-coached Russian team finished in third place at EuroBasket 2011.

Butch van Breda Kolff is profiled on the Los Angeles Lakers' web site as part of a series titled "The Men Who Led The Lakers."

This document detailing how Chris Mooney runs the first 30 minutes of every practice looks nearly identical to how Pete Carril used to begin when he was coaching Princeton.

One player who will go through these drills is a forward from Louisiana who just committed to Richmond.

Aris played a pair of exhibitions in Bulgaria to open their season and Dan Mavraides scored 11 points in both of them.

Also participating in a dyad of friendlies was Landstede Basketbal. Kareem Maddox had 18 points in his team's victory over Stepco BS Weert.

Penn released their full schedule yesterday.

larry said,

September 20, 2011 @ 7:25 pm

2001-2012 home & away dates don't get much uglier that this.

larry said,

September 20, 2011 @ 7:29 pm

2011-2012 home & away dates don't get much uglier than this.

Daniel Mark said,

September 21, 2011 @ 8:36 am

Lousy schedule, outstanding coverage.

John Poole said,

September 21, 2011 @ 12:05 pm

I hate to sound like a Penn fan, but where are the recruits? Usually by this time, we have at one or more oral commitments. Of course, at this time last year, the Penn fans were saying the same thing and then they ended up with a very strong incoming class. I hope that Mitch can pull off the same thing. Except for legacy, Ian Hummer, we haven't had a high profile recruit in several years. Master coach that he was, Sidney Johnson during his brief tenure, was not nearly the recruiter that either Bill Carmody or JT III was. I know that there are many possible explanations for this -- difficulty in interesting prospects in the wake of Scott years, toughened admission standards, etc. But, without some star quality recruits, we shall not be able to keep pace with either Harvard or Penn in the next few years.

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