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Athlete of the Week

In the 98-year history of Princeton men's basketball only 22 players have ever scored 1,000 points. In the history of Princeton men's basketball only three players have ever started the first 100 games of their career. Saturday, senior center Steve Goodrich reached both milestones in a single night.

That night Goodrich turned in an effort that is indicative of his outstanding all-around game – nine points, eight rebounds, nine assists and four blocks – and led the Tigers to a 58-43 victory over Columbia. Along the way Goodrich nailed a three-pointer from the top of the key to join the likes of Bill Bradley '65, Geoff Petrie '70, and Sydney Johnson '97 in the 1000-point club. More importantly, he helped the Tigers remain atop the Ivy League – the same place they have been for most of his career.


"I've played a lot of games, so I've scored a lot of points," Goodrich said – a modest assessment of two remarkable accomplishments.