Princeton

Cannady Leads Princeton to Rout of Cornell 91-54

Devin Cannady scored 20 points in 26 minutes of action that saw the entire Princeton Tigers’ roster get playing time on Saturday night against the Cornell Big Red. Princeton (9-8) (2-1 Ivy) displayed their strengths in full early on, jumping out to a 19-0 run to begin a game that was never in doubt. 11:56

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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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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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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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Princeton Tigers vs Lafayette Leopards: Game Preview

The Princeton Tigers will return to Jadwin Gymnasium tonight to attempt to pick up their first win of the young NCAA season. The game tips off at 7 pm. Princeton (0-3) has suffered from inconsistent offensive play and will need it’s big 3 of Devin Cannady, Amir Bell, and Myles Stephens to have a strong

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