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The wait for the 2015-16 Princeton basketball season finally comes to a closethis Fridayas the men’s team prepares for its season opener against neighbor rival Rider University.
In contrast to the multitude of other opponents located throughout the eastern seaboard, the team will travel just down the road to Alumni Gymnasium in Lawrenceville, N.J.
Earlier this month, the New York Knicks selected Princeton basketball alum TJ Bray ’14 for the Las Vegas NBA Summer League.The NBA Summer League offers an opportunity for newly signed rookies, undrafted prospects and a few international players to demonstrate their skills in front of NBA front offices and coaches.
Men’s basketball coaching staff and alumni gathered in Robertson Hall atnoonon Fridayto discuss the state of the team and plans for improvement going into the 2015-2016 academic year.
After head coach Mitch Henderson ’98 made opening remarks for the event, president of the Friends of Princeton Basketball group, Jesse Rosenfeld ’97, pointed out that the league is getting more and more competitive with each year.
Following the graduation of star player T.J. Bray and shooter Will Barrett, the Tigers (16-14 overall, 9-5 Ivy League) headed into this season combating inexperience and a leadership vacuum.
In a thrilling weekend, the Princeton men’s basketball team swept opponents Cornell and Columbia in its final homestand of the season.
Women’s BasketballIn a season that has defied even the loftiest of expectations, the No.
With this weekend’s games finished, the Princeton men’s basketball team finds itself mathematically eliminated from a chance at the Ivy League title.
As the season enters the home stretch, the men’s basketball team will face the Bulldogs and the Bears in the second half of a four-game road trip.
Princeton (12-13 overall, 5-4 Ivy League) is currently No.
It was more of the same for the Princeton men’s basketball team this weekend, as they split another pair of games and continue to tread water in the Ivy League standings.
The Tigers certainly have their work cut out for them if they want to claw their way to the top of the Ivy League.
It was an up and down weekend for the Princeton men’s basketball team as it split a pair of games in this weekend’s homestand.
As the season hits full swing, the Princeton men’s basketball team return home after a trip through New York State to defend Jadwin Gymnasium against the animals from New England.
The Tigers (10-11, 3-2 Ivy League) hope to build on what has been a fantastic home record, where they have accumulated a record of 8-2 on the year.
Lions and Tigers and Red, oh my!
Alas, the Princeton Tigers (10-11 overall, 3-2 Ivy League) received no easy stroll down the yellow brick road but rather two games this weekend in hostile environments, travelling through the state of New York to face Columbia (11-9, 3-3) and Cornell (11-11, 3-3). Princeton came into this weekend climbing to the top of the Ivy League standings, ranked third in the conference and beginning to nip at the heels of Harvard and Yale, the leaders in the Ivy League.
In their pursuit of the number one spot in the league, the Tigers’ weekend could not have started out better.
Fresh off of a homestand against two strong opponents, the Princeton men’s basketball team travels through the state of New York to battle Ivy League foes.
You certainly can’t say Princeton men’s basketball team didn’t have its fair share of excitement this weekend.
The Tigers (9-10 overall, 2-1 Ivy League) completed their first full weekend of league play, falling to Harvard on Friday and taking down Dartmouth on Saturday.
If you see sophomore wing Henry Caruso around in the next few days, give him a hug and buy him a drink.
Caruso scored a career-high 23 points and grabbed 6 rebounds to boost the Tigers to a victory over rivals Penn Quakers.
The league title is theirs for the taking. Following a thrilling 2013-14 campaign that culminated in a trip to the Big Dance, the Crimson has re-established itself as the team to beat.
The crowd was mostly silent throughout the men's basketball team's ghastly loss to the No.
Men’s basketball (5-9 overall) split a quartet of non-conference matchups over winter break. Pairs of away losses bracketed a couple of home wins against opponents relatively unfamiliar to the program.
Following a disappointing 60-46 loss to St. Peter’s University (4-6 overall), men’s basketball (3-7) will turn to a full slate of winter break contests.