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Mitch Henderson and the Tigers will head to Spain for 10 days.
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications

Men's Basketball Embarks on Trip to Spain

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 08/28/2012
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Final Day: Back Home (Guest blog: Brendan Connolly)
Day 10: The Prado, and the final day in Spain (Guest blog: Bobby Garbade)
Day 9: A visit to the Royal Palace (Guest blog: Sophomore Clay Wilson)
Day 8: One last game (Guest blog: Senior Ian Hummer)
Day 7: Moving on to Madrid (Guest blog: Sophomore Brian Fabrizius)
Day 6: Valencia and Alicante (Guest blog: Junior Will Barrett)
Day 5: Arrival in Valencia (Guest blog: Junior Chris Clement)
Day 4: A win and a visit to Camp Nou (Guest blog: Junior T.J. Bray & Sophomore Denton Koon)
Day 3: La Sagrada Familia and Flamenco (Guest blog: Junior Daniel Edwards)
Day 2: First game vs. Assignia Manresa (Guest blog: Senior Jimmy Sherburne)
Day 1: Arrival and first look at Barcelona (Guest blog: Senior Mack Darrow)

Wednesday, Aug. 29 marked the beginning of the Princeton men's basketball team's 10-day trip to Spain, including stops in Barcelona, Valencia and Madrid.

During the trip, the team will play four games against Spanish professional teams and sightsee in their host cities. 

After arriving in Barcelona Thursday, the travel party will visit local sights, including a Friday visit to the Antoni Gaudi-designed Sagrada Familia church followed by a game against Spanish first-division team Assignia Manresa. 

Saturday, Sept. 1 will bring another opportunity to sightsee in Barcelona, with a Spanish flamenco musical show on the itinerary. Sunday, Princeton will have a game against second-division team CB Prat, followed by an FC Barcelona soccer game against Valencia at the 99,000-seat Camp Nou stadium.

Monday, Sept. 3, the Tigers will head south along the Mediterranean coast to Valencia with a stop in the seaside town of Cambrils. Tuesday, Princeton will play its third game, facing the second-division team Lucentum Alicante. 

Wednesday, Sept. 5, the Tigers will move west to Madrid. The team's final game is scheduled for Thursday against second-division team Melilla, and Friday the Tigers will see the more than 250-year-old Royal Palace. Following a Saturday trip to the Prado Museum, which contains artifacts dating as far back as the 12th century, Princeton will head home Sunday, Sept. 9.

Princeton's game schedule in Spain is below.

Date Opponent
Fri., Aug. 31 Assignia Manresa
Sun., Sept. 2 CB Prat Juventud
Tue., Sept. 4 Lucentum Alicante
Thu., Sept. 6 Melilla Baloncesto







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