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March 15, 1996
PointsAnthony Parker, Bradley 34Quadre Lollis, Montana St. 26Brevin Knight, Stanford 26Tremaine Fowlkes, Calif. 26Sean Good, Virginia Tech 25ReboundsAndy Poppink, Stanford 17Marcus Camby, UMass 17Malik Rose, Drexel 15Adonal Foyle, Colgate 14Derek Hood, Arkansas 12AssistsLazarus Sims, Syracuse 9Joel Fleming, W. Carolina 9Anthony Epps, Kentucky 7Roy Hairston, Purdue 7Greg Buckner, Clemson 7The 5s have itArkansas' win over Penn State and Drexel's win over...
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By Ken Rosenthal | March 14, 1998
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Princeton's a basketball team, a really good men's college basketball team, but that doesn't fully explain its popularity.Princeton's a basketball team, a really white basketball team, and for too many, that's part of its appeal, too."I guess it's got to be out there, right?" Princeton center Steve Goodrich said yesterday.Oh, it's there.It's there right under the surface.It's always there in this racially charged society.Goodrich is writing his senior thesis on "Changing Representations of the Black Athlete in American Society," comparing media coverage of Jesse Owens and Joe Louis in the '30s to the coverage of Muhammad Ali in the '60s.
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By Ken Rosenthal | March 14, 1998
HARTFORD, Conn. -- Princeton's a basketball team, a really good men's college basketball team, but that doesn't fully explain its popularity.Princeton's a basketball team, a really white basketball team, and for too many, that's part of its appeal, too."I guess it's got to be out there, right?" Princeton center Steve Goodrich said yesterday.Oh, it's there.It's there right under the surface.It's always there in this racially charged society.Goodrich is writing his senior thesis on "Changing Representations of the Black Athlete in American Society," comparing media coverage of Jesse Owens and Joe Louis in the '30s to the coverage of Muhammad Ali in the '60s.
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March 15, 1996
PointsAnthony Parker, Bradley 34Quadre Lollis, Montana St. 26Brevin Knight, Stanford 26Tremaine Fowlkes, Calif. 26Sean Good, Virginia Tech 25ReboundsAndy Poppink, Stanford 17Marcus Camby, UMass 17Malik Rose, Drexel 15Adonal Foyle, Colgate 14Derek Hood, Arkansas 12AssistsLazarus Sims, Syracuse 9Joel Fleming, W. Carolina 9Anthony Epps, Kentucky 7Roy Hairston, Purdue 7Greg Buckner, Clemson 7The 5s have itArkansas' win over Penn State and Drexel's win over...
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By Ken Rosenthal | January 3, 1992
Bring a book. Bring two books. Princeton, college basketball's answer to the Chinese Water Torture, descends on Loyola tomorrow. Pass, pass, pass. Drip, drip, drip. Back-door layup. Two points.Bring a Walkman. Bring a Gameboy. Anything to kill time as the 45-second clock ticks away. Pass, pass, pass. Drip, drip, drip. A 25-foot jumper off a pick. Good for three."All these people in Baltimore are going nuts over this game," Loyola coach Tom Schneider said. "But other than the purists who want to see every cut and every pass, the average guy will say, 'What's so great about these guys?
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March 10, 1996
BaseballBlue Jays: Reassigned C Jeff Ladd and P Jimmy Rogers to minor-league camp. Optioned C Julio Mosquera to Single-A Dunedin. Optioned P Jose Silva to Double-A Knoxville.Mariners: Optioned P Scott Davison, P Tim Harikkala, P Derek Lowe, IF Desi Relaford and IF Arquimedez Pozo to Triple-A Tacoma and IF Giomar Guevara to Double-A Port City. Reassigned P Greg McCarthy, P Trey Moore, P Matt Wagner, P Greg Wooten, C Jason Varitek, OF Jose Cruz Jr., OF Lee Heath and OF Shane Monahan to minor-league camp.
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By From Sun staff reports | August 19, 2011
Former Mount St.Mary's men's basketball coach Jim Phelan will receive the Lapchick Character Award along with former Princeton men's coach Pete Carril and Virginia women's coach Debbie Ryan Nov. 17 in New York. Phelan won 830 games in 49 seasons at the Mount, the longest tenure at one school and the second-most all-time to Phog Allen 's 50 seasons. He led the Mountaineers to the Division II national championship in 1962 and four other Final Four appearances. After Mount St. Mary's moved to Division I, Phelan led the program to two NCAA tournament appearances.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | March 10, 1996
BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- Princeton coach Pete Carril called it the happiest day of his life. Princeton players wept, both in joy and sadness. For the Tigers had just won the Ivy League championship in a playoff game and then heard their contented coach announce his retirement.L Carril's announcement added a flourish to a dramatic night.Pennsylvania and Princeton , winners of 32 of the previous 36 Ivy League titles, hadn't been able to divvy up this year's prize in a regulation season. Nor had they been able to do it in a regulation playoff game.
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July 14, 1999
BaseballDodgers: Agreed to terms on minor-league contract with Taiwanese P Hong-Chih Kuo.Carolina League (Single-A): Named Frederick IF Ivanon Coffie Player of the Week.BasketballCavaliers: Named Mike Woodson assistant coach.Kings: Renewed contracts of assistant VP-basketball operations Wayne Cooper, assistant coach Pete Carril, scouting director Scotty Stirling, trainer Pete Youngman and scout Keith Drum.Nets: Named Ed Stefanski director of scouting.Pacers: Agreed to $2.53 million, three-year deal with C Jeff Foster, first-round pick.
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By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | August 8, 2002
UMBC announced the hiring of Phil Stern as its new women's basketball coach yesterday. Stern, 34, becomes the program's eighth coach, replacing Jennifer Bednarek, who spent four years at UMBC before stepping down last month to become an assistant coach at Syracuse University. Stern, an Oceanside, N.Y., native, coached the University of South Carolina-Aiken women's team the past four seasons, posting a 64-47 mark with the Division II program. Last season, the Lady Pacers went 22-6 and won their first Peach Belt Conference regular-season title since 1991 en route to the school's first NCAA Division II national tournament appearance.
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By Ken Rosenthal | January 3, 1992
Bring a book. Bring two books. Princeton, college basketball's answer to the Chinese Water Torture, descends on Loyola tomorrow. Pass, pass, pass. Drip, drip, drip. Back-door layup. Two points.Bring a Walkman. Bring a Gameboy. Anything to kill time as the 45-second clock ticks away. Pass, pass, pass. Drip, drip, drip. A 25-foot jumper off a pick. Good for three."All these people in Baltimore are going nuts over this game," Loyola coach Tom Schneider said. "But other than the purists who want to see every cut and every pass, the average guy will say, 'What's so great about these guys?
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By Ira Berkow and Ira Berkow,New York Times | December 18, 1990
NEW YORK THE TWO men had missed a turn on a New Jersey highway and were now late for the game. They had come down to Princeton University from New York to watch a basketball team coached by Pete Carril, who is to coaching what Peter Pan is to flying, David was to slingshots and Rudolph to reindeers.Princeton was playing Dartmouth, in an important Ivy League game, with a 7:30 p.m. tip-off, and the men arrived in the lobby of the Jadwin Gymnasium at about 7:45. As they hurried in, they heard several roars from the unseen crowd inside the arena.
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By Paul McMullen | January 4, 1992
David Wingate, Reggie Williams, Reggie Lewis, Duane Ferrell. It's quite an illustrious club, and one Matt Eastwick figures to join this year.No, Eastwick isn't going to follow those better-known Baltimoreans into the NBA. He will, however, most likely follow their lead and appear in his fourth straight NCAA tournament, as a forward for Princeton.Not bad for a guy from Gilman School, which despite having one of the state's most well-rounded athletic programs has never been known as a hotbed for Division I basketball prospects.
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