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This men’s basketball team is on a mission.Putting their 11-game winning streak to the test this weekend, the Princeton Tigers (17-6 overall, 10-0 Ivy League) remained perfect in their most critical portion of the season.
The Tigers knew that if they were going to have a shot to win the regular season title, they would have to steal some wins on the road. The women’s basketball team took to the road this Friday and Saturday and won both games — marking the first time this season they've won two consecutive road games.
With two close wins last weekend on the road over Dartmouth (4-15 overall, 1-5 Ivy League) and Harvard (12-7, 4-2) and a mid-week win over Penn (7-12, 0-6), the men’s basketball team (13-6, 6-0) comes home leading the Ivy League.
Dear Princetonian children, I hope this letter finds you well from the sacred and noble University of Pennsylvania.
What’s the exact opposite of the remarkable 5-0 start the Tigers are enjoying this season? And the opposite of an eight-game winning streak, with victories against the likes of Harvard, Dartmouth, Yale, and Brown?
In a game of ups and downs, the men’s basketball team escaped with a win in the Ivy season-opener again Penn on Saturday night.
Despite a late comeback attempt from the Liberty Eagles, the Tigers never gave up the lead in Saturday’s 67-64 victory.
Fresh off of splitting their two game homestand, the Princeton men's basketball team is set to hit the road once more this weekend.
Despite high confidence and hopes, Princeton men’s basketball (22-7 overall) fell to Virginia Tech (20-14) in overtime by a score of 81-86.
It’s been a year full of amazing highs for the Tigers, but they were dealt a critical blow this weekend. As they looked to remain contenders for the NCAA tournament berth, the Tigers (21-6, overall, 11-2 Ivy) knew that the only way to guarantee a share of the league title with the Yale Bulldogs (22-6, 13-1) was to win their final three games.
This Friday and Saturday the men’s basketball team hosted Ivy rivals, Columbia and Cornell, for a conference double-header.
With the conclusion of this weekend, the Tigers have now earned five straight wins. These last two, however, might just be the sweetest of them all. Jockeying for top position in a competitive Ivy League conference, the Tigers (17-5, 8-1 Ivy) heavily bolstered their chances at earning the top spot in the Ivy League.