- Penn, Yale, Cornell, Columbia, and Dartmouth have posted their 2010-2011 rosters. While only Yale lists incoming recruits on its roster, Penn projects to have the Ivy League's largest roster in recent years, consisting of 22 players. Yale, Columbia and Dartmouth, have formally announced their incoming recruiting classes.
- In an interview with Dime Magazine, Dennis Clifford, a 6'11" center from Massachusetts was asked the following Q&A in connection with his commitment to attend Boston College next season:
Dime: First off, before you were contacted by Steve Donahue, what other schools were interested in you?
Dennis Clifford: Providence, Sienna, Northeastern, Princeton, Harvard, Cornell, UMass, and other Ivy League schools and mid-majors.
- WETM (NBC Elmira, NY) posted on Tuesday night the following on Jon Jaques' ('10) signing with a pro-Israeli club:
ITHACA - Make it four Cornell players in pro basketball from this year's senior class. Jon Jaques is the fourth to sign, agreeing to a contract with Ironi Ashkelon in Israel. He'll be playing in the same league as Jeff Foote, meaning the former teammates will likely take the court as opponents this year. Jaques barely saw the court his first three years at Cornell, but emerged as a starter his senior year, giving the Big Red another three-point threat. He joins Foote, Louis Dale, and Ryan Wittman in signing pro contracts this summer. Dale will play in Germany, while Wittman is on the Boston Celtics' summer league team.