Princeton

Princeton Gets Much Needed Win over Monmouth

After spending a few weeks searching for answers, the Princeton Tigers found some back at home on Tuesday night. Myles Stephens led the way with 19 points and 8 rebounds on a 5-9 effort from 3 point land. Devin Cannady added 18 points and Amir Bell chipped in 11 for Princeton (3-6) who snapped a

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Schmidt Talking Podcast: Early Season First Team All-Atlantic 10 Team

The St Bonaventure men’s basketball team had an extremely successful first full week with Jaylen Adams. After shaking off the cobwebs against the University of Buffalo, Adams averaged 22.5 points, nine assists and four steals in the wins over Canisius and Yale. Those numbers awarded him Atlantic 10 player of the week. With Adams nearing

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Columbia

Flat Second Half Plagues Columbia in Loss to Stony Brook

After shooting a season-high 55 percent on Monday in their home opener loss to Quinnipiac on Monday. They could at least say they played well throughout. That wasn’t exactly the case in their 76-66 loss to Stony Brook on Thursday night. Ultimately, it became a traditional tale of two halves. The Lions controlled the first

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Columbia

Columbia Falls Short in Shootout With Quinnipiac on Go-Ahead Layup

After opening the season with seven games on the road, Columbia came home at 1-6 on Monday night to face a similarly struggling Quinnipiac team at 2-6. Columbia fell to Quinnipiac 89-87 in a high-octane offensive matchup. Freshman guard Rich Kelly made the go-ahead layup with four seconds left in regulation that would seal the

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Schmidt Talking Podcast: Jaylen Adams is back and the state of the Atlantic 10

The St. Bonaventure men’s basketball team is one of the top teams in the Atlantic 10, but they have yet to reach its full potential. Star point guard Jaylen Adams missed the first six games with an ankle injury, but returned Saturday afternoon in the Bonnies rivalry game against the University of Buffalo. After seven

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Drexel

Drexel Dragons look to build off Lafayette win, take down Rider

Everything is starting to come together for Drexel’s Austin Williams, who iced a narrow 68-67 victory over Lafayette on Wednesday¬†evening by spiking a dunk off of an offensive rebound with 13 seconds left, then rejecting a shot from Leopards guard Justin Jaworski with six ticks remaining. Lafayette got two more shots to secure the win,

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Princeton

Princeton Falls Short After Furious Second Half Against Lehigh

Despite all of the coaching and fundamentals that go into sports, many times the game comes down to elements that you simply cannot teach. Athleticism is one of the elements that the Princeton Tigers were lacking against the Lehigh Mountain Hawks on Wednesday night in Jadwin Gymnasium. Even in warm-ups, it was clear that Lehigh

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Rui Hachimura

Keep An Eye Out For Rui Hachimura

Gonzaga has a potentially petrifying prospect in sophomore Rui Hachimura. I caught a glimpse of the 6’8 forward from Japan last weekend during Nike’s PK80 Invitational in Portland during Gonzaga’s consolation game against Texas. Hachimura was the game’s leading scorer with a career-high 20 points (7-of-14 FG) and nine rebounds in 28 minutes off the

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Schmidt Talking Podcast: Season 1 Episode 4

On Episode 4 of the Schmidt Talking Podcast, Kyle and Alec discuss the Bonnies split of their two games in the Emerald Coast Classic. The Bonnies pulled off the upset against a solid Big Ten opponent as junior forward Courtney Stockard scored the go-ahead bucket with three seconds left. The Bonnies won the game 63-61

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Princeton Tigers

Princeton Tigers Grab First Win Over Lafayette Leopards

The Princeton Tigers needed a sign of life and they got it from an unexpected place. Princeton (1-4) got a big second half from their bench led by freshman big man Sebastian Much to pick up their first win vs the Lafayette Leopards (0-4) at Jadwin Gymnasium. Junior Guard Devin Cannady continued his strong start

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