Princeton

Fairleigh Dickinson’s Second Half Explosion Downs Princeton

Despite a strong performance from the returning Devin Cannady, not much else went right for the Princeton Tigers in a mistake-prone, rough shooting game against Fairleigh Dickinson on Wednesday night at Jadwin Gymnasium. Mitch Henderson was not a man of excuses after the game. “We’re struggling, no doubt about it.” said the former Ivy Coach

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Princeton

Myles Stephens Reaches 1,000 Career Points in Princeton Opening Win

Myles Stephens scored 21 points and crossed the 1,000 point career mark in an overpowering Princeton win against Division III DeSales 85-51 on Friday night. Princeton 78, DeSales 46 | 6:48 2ndThere it is! Myles Stephens becomes the 35th member of the 1,000 point club. Congrats Myles! Watch – https://t.co/xEKux6Aa2n #TigerUp #MakeShots pic.twitter.com/dPMwzgpaXP — Princeton

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Princeton Tigers

2018-2019 Season Preview: Princeton Tigers

After going unbeaten in Ivy League play in the 2016-2017 season, the Princeton Tigers had a rough going last year, finishing 5-9 in conference play and 13-16 overall while allowing the most points in program history. They lost a handful of games in the worst way, finishing 1-4 in overtime during conference play. The Tigers

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Princeton Basketball

Princeton Keeps Ivy League Tournament Chances Alive With Win Over Dartmouth

Princeton Men’s Basketball faced off against Dartmouth Saturday night at Jadwin Gym. It was Senior Night for the Tigers and fourth-year guard Amir Bell made the most of it. Bell passed current Tigers head coach and former Princeton player, Mitch Henderson, for seventh all-time in assists in program history. Bell also became the 34th player

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Princeton

Princeton’s Ivy League Tournament Hopes Dwindled by Harvard

Princeton Men’s Basketball took on the Harvard Crimson Friday Night at Jadwin Gym. Coming into the game the Tigers needed to protect their home court to keep their chances of making the Ivy League Tournament alive. Harvard took command late in the second half and overtime to seal a 72-66 win to put them in

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Columbia

Columbia Grabs Big Win Over Princeton Down the Final Stretch of Ivy League Play

Columbia Men’s Basketball squared off against Ivy League archrival Princeton Saturday night at Levien Gym. The Lions got off to an impressive 25-7 start with 11:17 remaining in the first half.  Columbia dominated from the jump to the final buzzer lifting them to an 85-60 win over the Tigers. The Lions (7-16, 4-6) were led

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