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Friday News:

Will Venable capped 2011 with his first career grand slam (video) as San Diego beat the Cubs 9-2. Venable hit .154 over his final 10 games of the year, lovering his season average to .246 with an on base percentage of .310. The former two sport Princeton star had 91 hits, nine home runs, 44 runs batted in and 28 stolen bases across 121 games. He dropped his strikeout total from 128 in 392 at bats last year to 92 strikeouts in 370 at bats for 2010.

Princeton is viewed as the fourth-strongest team in the New York area by Big Apple Buckets.

John Thompson III attended the Institute for the Advancement of Multicultural & Minority Medicine's annual gala. Thompson's wife Monica was honorary chair of this event.

A Minnesota point guard verbally committed to Harvard. Penn also added a big man to compliment their guard-heavy roster.

Former Princeton assistant and current Fairfield Director of Basketball Operations Martin Bahar is raising money for the 2011 Light The Night walk, which supports the The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Bahar's sister Madeleine suffered from plasma cell leukemia and passed away in 2009 at the age of 25. You can show your support for Maddie's Team by following this link.

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