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Despite a late comeback attempt from the Liberty Eagles, the Tigers never gave up the lead in Saturday’s 67-64 victory. With the help of strong bench play thanks to sophomore guard Myles Stephens and junior guard Aaron Young, the Tigers improved to a 4-4 record, winning four of their last six games.
Fresh off of splitting their two game homestand, the Princeton men's basketball team is set to hit the road once more this weekend. They will travel down past the Mason-Dixie line, taking on Liberty University this Saturday afternoon.
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. The loss eliminates the Tigers from the annual National Invitation Tournament, officially commencing the off-season.
It’s been a year full of amazing highs for the Tigers, but they were dealt a critical blow this weekend.
This Friday and Saturday the men’s basketball team hosted Ivy rivals, Columbia and Cornell, for a conference double-header. The Tigers managed to grab two crucial wins from the meetings, beating Columbia 88-83 and Cornell 74-60. This improved Princeton to an eight-game winning streak and a 10-1 record in the Ancient Eight.
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.
With the Ivy league season at its halfway point, the Princeton men’s basketball team (16-5 overall, 6-1 Ivy) faces a crucial weekend as they push forward in their bid for the league title and an NCAA tournament berth. Currently finding themselves with sole possession of second place in the league standings after a huge win over Columbia, the Tigers will face first-place Yale (17-5, 8-0) at Jadwin Gymnasium on Friday in what will be their most important game of the year so far. After facing the Bulldogs, who handed Princeton their only league loss earlier in the season, the Tigers host a struggling Brown squad (7-15, 2-6), which they beat soundly in their first meeting this year.
With half of Ivy League play in the books, the men’s basketball team has set itself up for one of its most successful seasons in a long time.
After suffering their first loss of the Ivy League season against Yale, Princeton men’s basketball faced struggling a Harvard (9-13 overall, 1-5 Ivy) and Dartmouth (7-13, 1-5) over the weekend and soundly defeated these two last-place teams in the league.
After a promising start to Ivy League play, the men’s basketball team finally gets the opportunity to bring the fight to their home court. After playing the first three intra-league games on the road, the Tigers will host the Harvard Crimson and Dartmouth Big Green in a Friday-Saturday double-header.
The men’s basketball season in the Ivy League is in the middle of its most exciting portion, as all the teams of the Ancient Eight continue to duke it out for a chance to go to the Big Dance in March. The race for the top remains competitive, with no one team able to break away from the pack.
After opening league play with a thrilling overtime win against Penn, Princeton men’s basketball (12-5 overall, 2-1 Ivy League) faced Brown and Yale this weekend, kicking the Ivy League season into full gear. Expectations are high in a wide-open league as the Tigers look to contend for the title and an NCAA tournament spot this year.
Another year, another thrilling victory for the men’s basketball team against Ivy League rival, the University of Pennsylvania Quakers.
With the non-conference schedule drawing to a close, the most important part of the season is set to begin as the men’s basketball teams in the Ivy League begin their quest for a league title and an NCAA Tournament berth. With the start of conference play less than a week away, we take a look at how the teams have fared so far this season:
The Princeton men’s basketball team travels to 6th-ranked Maryland (9-1) this weekend in what will be by far its toughest test of this young season. Rebounding from two straight losses, the Tigers’ leading scorers, juniors Henry Caruso and Spencer Weisz, combined for 45 points as Lipscomb’s struggles continued. However, Princeton will likely face a much more dangerous opponent in the Terrapins.
After an encouraging victory against Lipscomb University down in Nashville, Tenn., the men’s basketball team looks to continue its newfound momentum as it takes on Liberty University back at Jadwin Gymnasium on Thursday night.
With just under a month left until league play begins, the Ivy League women’s basketball teams have been testing their mettle against non-conference foes. A year after Princeton ran away with the title, the league looks much more competitive this season, with both last year’s closest challengers in Penn and bottom dwellers in Brown and Columbia enjoying successful starts to the year. Here’s how the Tigers and the rest have fared so far:
At the end of back-to-back-to-back weekends on the road, the men’s basketball team found success in their second-to-last road trip before winter break. Traveling to the Music City of Nashville, Tenn., they took down Lipscomb University 78-64.
The men’s basketball team looks to rebound from its first two losses of the season as it faces a struggling Lipscomb team (3-8 overall) on the road this weekend.
After getting off to as strong of a start as they had seen in a long time, the men’s basketball team was dealt its first loss of the season this past Saturday, falling on the road 77-91 to the Stony Brook Seawolves and star forward Jameel Warney, the reigning back-to-back American East Player of the Year.