Jon Teitel's "Forgotten Legends" Series: Princeton's Geoff Petrie

November 15th, 2010
Princeton basketball great Geoff PetrieIn the latest installment in his "Forgotten Legends" interview series CHN writer Jon Teitel spent some time with Geoff Petrie, one of the best players in Princeton history. After a collegiate career that included helping lead the Tigers to their first-ever 14-0 run through conference play Petrie played six seasons in the NBA for the Portland Trail Blazers. He is now the president of basketball operations for the Sacramento Kings, where he's won two NBA Executive of the Year awards (1999, 2001).

Ivy League Coaches Media Conference Quotes

November 2nd, 2010
Princeton guard Douglas DavisLast Wednesday the eight Ivy League head coaches took part in the Ancient Eight's preseason media teleconference, and along with their thoughts the preseason poll results and preseason All-Ivy candidates were unveiled. CHN writer Jon Teitel compiled the thoughts of each coach below, and the preseason poll can be seen there as well.

Brown's Jesse Agel (11-20, 5-9)

Jon Teitel's Coaching Legends Series: Brown's Glen Miller

September 15th, 2010
Glen Miller left Brown as its winningest coach

In his latest coaches interview, CHN writer Jon Teitel caught up with former Brown and Penn head coach Glen Miller, who is now the Director of Men's Basketball Administration at Connecticut under his college coach (Jim Calhoun). Miller won 93 games at Brown and led the Bears to the NIT in 2003, eventually taking over for Fran Dunphy at Penn and leading the Quakers to the 2007 NCAA Tournament. 

2010-11 Penn Quakers Welcome New Recruits

August 22nd, 2010
Quakers look to get back to the top of the Ivy

The 2009-10 season was a tough one for the Penn Quakers and their fans, as the 25-time Ivy League champions lost their first ten games (and 14 of their first 15) on the way to a disappointing record of 6-22 (5-9 Ivy). But a season with few highlights included Zack Rosen, Jack Eggleston and company handing eventual league champion (and Sweet 16 member) Cornell their first conference loss of the season, and with Jerome Allen beginning his first full season as head coach hope springs eternal.

College Basketball Coaching Changes 2010

March 31st, 2010
Boston College

We'll track coaching changes as they occur. If there's any missing on here, or if you have contract info to add (including salaries), please mention it in the comments section.

Latest 8/20: UIC tabs Wisconsin assistant to replace Collins

BCS Conferences

Was: Jeff Lebo
Is: Tony Barbee (UTEP)

Boston College
Was: Al Skinner
Is: Steve Donahue (Cornell)

Was: Oliver Purnell
Is: Brad Brownell (Wright State)

Kentucky vs Cornell: Preview, Prediction, Poll

March 23rd, 2010
Mar 25 2010 - 9:27pm

#1 Kentucky Wildcats

Team Preview

Second Round Sunday Recap: Michigan State Survives But Loses Lucas

March 22nd, 2010
Draymond Green leads charge towards Korie LuciousUp 65-50 with 12:42 remaining following a Durrell Summers three pointer, Michigan State looked to be a safe bet to advance to the Sweet 16, despite losing starting point guard Kalin Lucas to an apparent Achilles' tendon injury. But the turnovers, nineteen in total, began to catch up with the Spartans as Maryland made their furious charge back into the game. Thanks in large part to senior Greivis Vasquez the Terps held an 83-82 lead with seven seconds remaining as Vasquez knocked down a driving basket.

Cheerleader of the Day: Cornell

March 20th, 2010

Each day (just about), features a Cheerleader (or Dancer) of the Day. Today's picture is courtesy of Icon Sports Media. Check out the archive for more