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The Ivy League announced on March 9 that the Ivy League Presidents have made the decision to cancel the men’s and women’s basketball tournaments due to concerns regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19). The tournament was originally set to take place on Friday, March 13 and Saturday, March 14.
Women’s Basketball at Columbia, Cornell: W 77–52, W 69–50
Following a disappointing Friday night rout at the hands of Ivy League frontrunner Yale, Princeton found a way to salvage their home stint with an impressive win against third-place Brown, 73–54.
Princeton and Yale entered Friday’s showdown at Jadwin tied atop the Ivy League standings. But by the end of the day, there was little doubt remaining over the identity of the top dog in the conference.
An unusual weekend of Ivy League play left Princeton men’s basketball in the same place they started: tied with Yale atop the Ivy League standings with a Valentine’s Day date with the Bulldogs looming.
On Dec. 10, Princeton men’s basketball dropped a heartbreaking loss to Monmouth and watched their record drop to 1–7.
Princeton men’s basketball’s (8—8, 3—0 Ivy League) most complete defensive outing of the season helped propel the Tigers to their third straight Ivy League win.
The saying goes, “it’s not how you start, but how you finish.” For the Princeton men’s basketball team, these words are becoming more real with each passing game — most recently, a 63–58 win over rival Penn at home.
On Saturday, Jan. 4, junior guard Ryan Schwieger had 27 points, sophomore guard Jaelin Llewellyn had 18 points and 14 rebounds, and junior center Richmond Aririguzoh put up 15 points and 10 boards as Princeton (5–8, 1–0 Ivy League) opened Ivy League play with a 78–64 win at Penn (7–5, 0–1). The Tigers were in control throughout, as they never trailed. For the Quakers, Jordan Dingle lead the way with 21 points, and Devon Goodman chipped in 16 points, five boards, and seven assists.
On the night when former Princeton basketball star Devin Cannady was in attendance to watch this year’s team, his absence on the floor was most apparent. Cannady hit a game-winning fadeaway three-pointer for Princeton at Monmouth just last year. Now, 381 days later, the Tigers would lose in similarly heartbreaking fashion.
Princeton men’s basketball (1–6) entered Wednesday night’s game at Drexel (5–4) looking to build off the momentum generated over its past two games, a near-upset over Arizona State and a win over Bucknell.
With the men’s basketball season in full swing, here’s how the other seven Ancient Eight teams are faring in non-conference play.
Sophomore guards Jaelin Llewellyn and Ryan Schwieger each dropped 17 points as Princeton (1–5) picked up its first win of the season 87–77 at Bucknell (3–6).
Three games into the season, Princeton men’s basketball (0–3) is still looking for answers.
This weekend, the Princeton men’s basketball team (0–2, 0–0 Ivy) boarded a plane and flew across the country, where they were defeated by the University of San Francisco (2–0) 82–72 at the new Chase Center in downtown San Francisco, home of the Golden State Warriors. It was the first men’s college basketball game played at the Warriors’ new arena.
After a disappointing end to last season, the Princeton men’s basketball team is looking for a return to glory.
Princeton men’s basketball started strong in its season opener but collapsed in the second half, ultimately losing 94–67 at Duquesne.
Former Princeton men’s basketball star Devin Cannady signed a contract with the NBA’s Brooklyn Nets, the team announced on its website Tuesday night.
After the first half against Yale in the Ivy tournament semifinal, it was looking bleak for Princeton men’s basketball. Down 12 at the home court of an opponent who had already beaten them twice, the Tigers appeared outmatched.
The days are getting longer, the weather warmer, and the basketball games more meaningful. March is upon us, and that means one thing — the Ivy League basketball tournament.