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Old 02-19-2012, 11:10 PM   #111
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Also, I am thinking about implementing a recruiting rule. Since I am at a very prestigious school academically, I should only be able to offer scholarships to players with B- or higher. At least something like that. What do you guys think?
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Old 02-20-2012, 09:14 AM   #112
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Also, I am thinking about implementing a recruiting rule. Since I am at a very prestigious school academically, I should only be able to offer scholarships to players with B- or higher. At least something like that. What do you guys think?
tough loss to Harvard, . That sounds extremely difficult with the lack of recruiting points available. what if it takes 3 scouting trips before intelligence shows up?
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Old 02-20-2012, 02:06 PM   #113
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Yea and the intelligence is something that gets higher the better the player is so that's a dumb idea.. Nevermind that recruiting rule haha.
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just seems tough with out getting everyones full ratings. Once your Vandy or Duke or Stanford seems like it would be easier to implement. but idk. Maybe you should do that plus be able 2 recruit any other player that has other high academic schools on his list?
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Old 02-20-2012, 04:45 PM   #115
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just seems tough with out getting everyones full ratings. Once your Vandy or Duke or Stanford seems like it would be easier to implement. but idk. Maybe you should do that plus be able 2 recruit any other player that has other high academic schools on his list?
Yea maybe once I get to a big school I'll make some rule like that. Thanks for the advice.. Now back to my legacy
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Old 02-20-2012, 04:51 PM   #116
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RECRUITING UPDATE

2/11/12 - Providence, RI: In the weekly pregame interview with Colby Rogers, the recruiting trail became a big part of the conversation.

"We decided that we are going to hold onto the scholarship and use it next year" said Rogers, "We never found a specific person that would make a real impact and would sign."

According to Rivals.com, there were 7 players that Brown was looking at, but none seriously considered Brown.

"We had players who were interested, but none that really really wanted to come here."

Brown will play Penn and Princeton this week. Harvard has a tougher week playing Cornell (4-2) and Columbia (2-4), who is a more talented team than what their record shows.
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NCAA Hoops Rankings - AP Top 25 - Updated: Feb 12, 2012
RKLWTEAM (VOTES)RECORDCONF RECORD
13Kansas18-56-4
21 Connecticut19-58-3
32Ohio St.20-57-5
47Gonzaga (#1 Mid-Major)21-48-1
510Florida19-59-1
65Minnesota18-48-3
76Pittsburgh18-510-1
84West Virginia17-56-4
917North Carolina17-88-2
109St. Mary's (#2 Mid-Major) 20-37-2
118Duke 15-76-4
1218Xavier20-610-0
1312Kentucky18-67-2
1411Washington17-77-4
1513Michigan16-77-4
1619Syracuse18-810-2
1721Missouri17-88-2
18URMichigan St.14-76-5
1914Vanderbilt17-85-5
2020Wisconsin17-78-4
2124Baylor16-65-4
2223Rice18-58-2
23URButler (#3 Mid-Major)19-612-1
24URNebraska14-64-5
2516USC14-75-6



Ivy League Conference Standings (#24 RPI) - Updated: Feb 12, 2012
TEAMRECPCTCONFGBRPI
Harvard Crimson13-9.5904-20.0148
Cornell Big Red10-9.5904-20.0203
Brown Bears7-13.3504-20.0165
Princeton Tigers4-15.2103-20.5311
Yale Bulldogs11-7.6113-31.0157
Columbia Lions8-12.4002-42.0304
Dartmouth Big Green7-12.3682-42.0301
Penn Quakers9-12.4281-42.5289
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Matchup Preview | February 15, 2012
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Brown Bears
7-13 (4-2)

Penn Quakers
9-12 (1-4)
Stats Comparison
66.3Points Per Game69.3
72.5PPG Allowed72.8
45.8Field Goal %42.4
34.53-Point %37.4
71.4Free Throw %65.3
27.3Rebounds31.6
9.7Turnovers18.8
Projected Starters
Joe Sharkey (Fr)
Point GuardZack Rosen (Sr)
Christian Gore (Fr)
Shooting GuardMiles Cartwright (So)
Taylor Wright (Fr)
Small ForwardLarry Loughry (Jr)
Tucker Halpern (Jr)
Power ForwardTyler Bernadini (Sr)
Andrew McCarthy (Jr)
CenterFran Dougherty (Sr)
Injury Report


Zach Gordon
*Out (Lower Back Strain)
Game Notes
BROWN:
The Bears have the highest fg% in the IVY but the worst defensive fg% in the IVY
Brown looks to break the 3-way tie for 1st in the IVY League

PENN:
Fran Dougherty is 2nd in the IVY in rebounds per game (7.4).
The Quakers are last in the conference standings.
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Old 02-22-2012, 03:45 PM   #119
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You've picked a tougher road in getting Brown to the Big Dance because there is no post season conference tournament in the Ivy League. Only the conference winner goes to the NCAA Tournament.
Yea that's one of the main reasons I chose the IVY League
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HALPERN SCORES CAREER HIGH IN BLOWOUT

2/15/12 - Hanover, NH: The game was close until about the 14 minute mark of the first half when Penn went into a 2-3 zone and Tucker Halpern hit 3 3s in a 2 minute span.

"What Tucker did tonight was remarkable" said Rogers, "He was a machine out there from downtown and just didn't miss"

Tucker Halpern, Brown's top scorer, had a career high 37 points and a career high 7 3s. 6 of the 7 3 pointers were in the first half.

"They just switched to a zone and I found a spot where they couldn't get to me" explained Halpern, "Most of the 3s I shot were on the left wing. I give the credit to the other guys in the locker room because they found me and hit me with good passes."

"I was kind of surprised honestly" laughed Rogers, "Between Tucker and our other power forward, Dockery Walker, we scored 47 points and I honestly thought that most of our scoring would come from our backcourt tonight.

"But we still struggled on the rebounding which I obviously don't like. We did clean that up in the second half. But still, there is a lot of room for improvement in that area."

Brown Bears at Pennsylvania Quakers
Feb 15, 20121ST2NDSCORE
Brown (8-13 (5-2)443781
Pennsylvania (9-13 (1-5))273461
Brown Bears
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Joe Sharkey (Fr)290-30-30-0591110
Christian Gore (Fr)255-60-10-00110010
Taylor Wright (Fr)273-80-22-2320028
Tucker Halpern (Jr)2915-197-80-02001437
Andrew McCarthy (Jr)210-00-01-2752001
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Sean McGonigil (So)121-10-00-0051012
Robert Maia (Fr)191-20-00-0111102
Matt Sullivan (Jr)171-31-10-0540113
Tyler Ponticelli (Jr)71-10-00-0000012
Dockery Walker (So)105-50-03-42020013
Jon Schmidt (Fr)10-00-00-0000000
Josh Biber (So)41-31-30-0000003
TEAM TOTALS33-519-186-82527841081
Pennsylvania Quakers
STARTERSMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Zack Rosen (Sr)322-101-52-2172047
Miles Cartwright (So)242-70-31-1101005
Larry Loughry (Jr)297-151-60-03010015
Tyler Bernadini (Sr)136-71-14-41111017
Fran Dougherty (Sr)320-70-10-0822040
BENCHMINFGM-A3PM-AFTM-AREBASTSTLBLKTOPTS
Mike Howlett (Sr)194-60-00-21001018
TEAM TOTALS24-633-2310-132915911061

(Expect a highlight of Tucker Halpern's night sometime soon)
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