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“The nature of collegiate athletics, not to be cliche, is that you have turnover,” women’s basketball head coach Courtney Banghart said at her team’s preseason press conference. That makes it sound simple, but her team and the men’s basketball team will see more than their share of turnover as their seasons get underway this weekend.
It’s not often that a team goes into a season with high expectations after losing four of its five starters from the previous year, especially when one of those players is among the greatest the league has ever seen.
Men’s Basketball1. Princeton vs. Harvard Saturday, Feb.
Former guard Niveen Rasheed ’13, perhaps the best player in the history of Princeton women's basketball, was sad when she left Jadwin Gymnasium for the last time.
The women’s basketball team brings an Ivy League record 33 consecutive game winning streak to their last road trip of the season this weekend.
The women’s basketball team set a new Ivy League record this weekend for consecutive league victories with wins over Columbia and Cornell.
The women’s basketball team steamrolled two of its lesser Ivy opponents over the weekend, nearly doubling both Brown’s and Yale’s scores. The Tigers’ 99 points against the Bulldogs set a new record for the program, for which the previous high was 97. It was the second weekend in a row in which the Tigers (14-5 overall, 5-0 Ivy League) defeated two opponents by a combined 77 points.