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Bray, Weisz Sweep Ivy Men's Hoops Weekly Awards

T.J. Bray and Spencer Weisz helped Princeton to a sweep of the final home Ivy weekend and have been recognized by the Ivy League office as the Player and Rookie of the Week for men's basketball. It's the third Ivy Player of the Week award for Bray this season and the fourth of his career. For Weisz, the Rookie honor is his fourth of the season, giving him the most for a...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Princeton's Clement, Koon to Miss Remainder of Season Due to Injury

Senior Chris Clement and junior Denton Koon will miss the rest of the season due to knee injuries, the Princeton men’s basketball program has announced. Clement finishes his Princeton career with 66 games played over his four seasons, scoring 51 points apiece in each of the last two seasons as part of 113 for his career. Koon, an All-Ivy League honorable mention last season,...
Via Pro Sports Daily
February 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Princeton rolls to 84-54 victory over Kean College

Spencer Weisz, Will Barrett and T.J. Bray each scored 15 points as Princeton rolled to an 84-54 victory over Division III Kean College on Sunday. Weisz scored 12 of his points in the first half as Princeton jumped to a 37-23 lead at halftime. He also had four assists, tying a career-best. Barrett finished 5 of 8 from the field, with all of his shots coming from 3-point range. Bray...
Via AP on Fox
January 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Princeton piecing it together while awaiting return of T.J. Bray

Send to KindleCredit: Keith Gary * * * Senior guard T.J. Bray has yet to see the court for Princeton after suffering an injury to his left wrist during preseason practice. While the Tigers are anxious to get the captain back to prepare for the Ivy League season, it has given third-year coach Mitch Henderson a chance to take a look at some other student-athletes playing increased...
Via College Chalktalk
November 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Princeton runs away from Rice for 70-56 win

Hans Brase scored 15 points and Princeton used runs to close the first half and open the second to take down Rice 70-56 Saturday. Marcus Jackson hit a pair of free throws to give Rice (2-3) a 23-21 lead with 7:58 left in the first half but the Owls turned the ball over on their next four possessions and Princeton closed out the half on a 15-2 run. Brase started the run with a layup...
Via AP on Fox
November 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Princeton runs Three QB formation (VIDEO)

The Princeton Tigers football team has compiled a 7-1 record (5-0 in Ivy League) and it could be thanks to a new innovative formation. The Tigers put three quarterbacks on the field at one time in a game against Cornell: Quinn Epperly, Nolan Bicek and Connor Michelsen. More importantly, the formation actually succeeded. Epperly, the #1 […]
Via Full Scale Sports
November 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Live Blog: UMass Lowell at Princeton University

#16 Massachusetts Lowell (5-4-0, 2-1-0 HEA) vs Princeton University (1-5-0, 0-4-0 ECAC) Things did not turn out as expected for UMass Lowell on Saturday night against the Northeastern University at the Tsongas Center, losing to the Huskies 4-2. The River Hawks will look to rebound this coming week with three games on the road in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. UMass Lowell...
Via View From 123
November 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Princeton 71, College of N.J. 33

Freshman Hans Brase posted his first career double-double with 11 points and a career-high 15 rebounds as Princeton routed College of New Jersey 71-33 Sunday. The Tigers (8-7), playing their first game since Jan. 12 because of finals, have won three straight and five of their past six. The 33 points allowed was their fewest since defeating Rice 51-28 in January 2007. The Division...
Via AP on Fox
January 27, 2013  |  Discuss

Ian Hummer keeping family legacy alive at Princeton

Despite a family basketball legacy at Princeton that included Edward Hummer and John Hummer, there was no family pressure for Ian Hummer to follow in the footsteps of his father and uncle. In fact, all parties encouraged Ian to consider all of his options while weighing his decision coming out of Gonzaga College High School in Washington, D.C. Fat chance. With older brother Alex...
Via College Chalktalk
November 30, 2012  |  Discuss

Tigers face Florida A&M Rattlers: NCAAB odds preview and stats

Jan 1, 3:00 PM | Teaching Gymnasium Princeton Tigers vs Florida A&M Rattlers Odds 7-7TEAM RECORD2-11 Many eyes in the college basketball world will be on Teaching Gymnasium Sunday as host Florida A&M looks to handle the Princeton Tigers in NCAAB action. The Tigers will look to vanquish their hosts on Sunday, as they are 7-4 ATS versus the spread this season, while...
Via Odds Shark NCAAB Previews
January 01, 2012  |  Discuss

Princeton Boy Has A Hard Time Mastering Timeoutgate

Garrett: BROTHER! Dearest brother! Oh, these are tumultuous times, dearest brother! I’ve not been this despondent since our beloved Princeton Tigers Croquet Squad lost in the 1986 semifinals to Bard! Ugh. We went to a Roy Rogers later that evening because we knew we were not worthy of a GOOD eating. Oh, I still remember how sticky the tables were. The restaurant consisted...
Via Kissing Suzy Kolber
December 08, 2011  |  Discuss

Princeton beats Division II West Alabama 66-42

Ian Hummer scored 18 points to lead Princeton in a 66-42 win over Division II West Alabama on Sunday. Douglas Davis added 11 points and Mack Darrow 10 for the Tigers (2-5), who hit a dozen 3-pointers (on 35 attempts, 34.2 percent) in the win at the TicketCity Legends Classic's Lewisburg subregional. Davis was 3 of 6 from long range while Will Barrett, Darrow and Hummer each...
Via AP on Fox
November 27, 2011  |  Discuss

Princeton 66, West Alabama 42

Ian Hummer scored 18 points to lead Princeton in a 66-42 win over Division II West Alabama on Sunday. Douglas Davis added 11 points and Mack Darrow 10 for the Tigers (2-5), who hit a dozen 3-pointers (on 35 attempts, 34.2 percent) in the win at the TicketCity Legends Classic's Lewisburg subregional. Davis was 3 of 6 from long range while Will Barrett, Darrow and Hummer each...
Via AP on Fox
November 27, 2011  |  Discuss

Fox Sports Rebecca Haarlow a Princeton Graduate, Civil War Buff

Not all sideline reporters are created equal; and sometimes one applies herself to distinguish herself from the tramp-stamed, ex-bikini model media herd. One example is Rebecca Haarlow, currently a Sideline Reporter for Fox Sports Network, Fox Sports West, and Big Ten Network. Haarlow covers the Los Angeles Lakers, Clippers, Big Ten and PAC-12 college football and college basketball...
Via The Sports Bank
November 25, 2011  |  Discuss

Chasing the ghost of Pete Carril

Princeton coach Pete Carril leaves the court after upsetting UCLA, 43-41, in the first round of the NCAA Southeast tournament in Indianapolis on Thursday, March 14, 1996. (AP Photo/Tom Strattman)   The legacy of the Pete Carril permeates Jadwin Gymnasium. A banner hangs in the rafters noting his accomplishments: 13 Ivy League titles, 1975 NIT Champions, 11 NCAA Tournaments, 1997...
Via College Hoops Journal
November 13, 2011  |  Discuss
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