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Fairfield vs. Marist - 2:00 pm ET - ESPN3

In addition to our recap, read about Princeton's win versus Dartmouth on, in the Trentonian, in the Trenton Times and on

The Daily Princetonian has more on the Tigers victory over Harvard. You can stream the entire game on demand by clicking here.

Seton Hall Prep rode a career high from Princeton recruit Spencer Weisz into the NJSIAA Non-Public, North A tournament final. The championship will be played Wednesday night at Rutgers.

Future Tiger Henry Caruso and Serra went down to Mitty in the Central Coast Section Open Division title game.

Richmond (17-12) fell 78-74 at Dayton.

Tied with 2:55 left in the Region XIX tournament final, Mercer (21-10) was outscored 10-4 the rest of the way by Essex. Mustafa El-Amin had 24 for the Vikings as their season came to a close.

An eighth straight Denver (19-8) victory gave the Pioneers second place in the WAC to themselves, topping New Mexico State by six.

Otto Porter had 28 points as Georgetown (23-4) took down Rutgers, 64-51.

Today Fairfield closes MAAC regular season play at Marist.

Oh! If you're interested in Seniors on a Stick for any of the five Tigers honored yesterday, please let me know. Demand exceeded supply and I'd be happy to run off a few more on request.

Around the Ivy League: Penn (8-20 / 5-6) led the entire way versus Harvard (17-9 / 9-3) but a landscape-altering result was not secure until Christian Webster's three point shot came up short of the rim at the horn with the Crimson trailing by three. Yale (12-17 / 6-6) won 79-70 at beguiling Cornell (13-16 / 5-7). A Tucker Halpern three point shot at the buzzer gave Brown (12-14 / 6-6) the 61-58 decision against Columbia (11-14 / 3-8).

Princeton 68 Dartmouth 63.

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If it wasn't for a foot injury endured during Princeton's non-conference slate last season, tonight would have been Will Barrett's Senior Night.

The re-junior with an extra year of eligibility remaining lifted his former 2013 classmates in their final contest at Jadwin Gym, scoring a career high 23 on 5-11 three point shooting to rally an initially clumsy and careless band of Tigers past Dartmouth.

Barrett made three consecutive shots from behind the arc with Princeton up five, helping extend a late advantage to 57-47 with 3:26 remaining.

The Tigers converted their final 10 free throws to hold off the Big Green before five points against the far bench reserves in the last seven seconds made the final closer than it seemed.

“I’m really happy for the senior class to get a home sweep,” said Princeton head coach Mitch Henderson. “It wasn’t a pretty game for us but I think this kind of happens in the [Ivy] League.”

In addition to Barrett's outside shooting, T.J. Bray hit four of five times from deep on his way to 21 points and Ian Hummer totaled 13 in his ultimate game at home.

A night after going 1-10 from three, the Tigers returned to form connecting on 10-19 outside attempts including an 8-13 second half.

Randy Melville's son Tyler was superb for Dartmouth, scoring a personal best 23 on 9-11 attempts. He was joined by Gabas Maldunas (17) in double figures.

Princeton trailed 19-11 with 6:35 left in the first half and 21-20 at the intermission before returning on an 11-3 run.

Postgame audio from Coach Mitch Henderson, Will Barrett & Brendan Connolly plus the rest of this recap can all found after the jump.

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Robert Solomon's Penn pictures.

A second series of photos from today's game courtesy Robert Solomon.

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Stephen Goldsmith's Penn pictures.

Tried something we've never done before on the site. Both Stephen Goldsmith *and* Robert Solomon shot tonight's game. I've split these images into two batches and SG is up first. Enjoy!

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Columbia pictures.

Photos from today's game courtesy Stephen Goldsmith.

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Items I've been meaning to scan.

A friend donated a stack of contributions for my Princeton basketball collection. While they've been sitting at the front of my home since before I drove down to James Madison, I didn't get a chance to scan them until today.

Click on any and all images to enlarge.

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Senior on a Stick: Jason Osier.

At Jadwin Gym on Friday night, a reader of this site handed me a stack of Princeton Seniors on a Stick that had been gathering dust in his garage. Along with duplicates of many favorite Tigers was one poster I hadn't been aware of previously: Jason Osier.

Osier was a two sport athlete at Princeton who played varsity basketball in 1993-94, 1994-95 and with the 1996-97 undefeated Ivy League champions. He was also a member of the men's lacrosse team.

Here is an update to the definitive list of SOAS that were printed:

M. Schroeder, Z. Finley, P. Buczak, N. Lake (2010)
M. Strittmatter, J. Briggs (2009)
N. Savage, K. Koncz, K. Steuerer, M. Sargeant, Z. Woolridge (2008)

E. Persia (2004)
M. Henderson, S. Gregory, S. Goodrich, J. Mastaglio, D. Hite (1998)
S. Johnson, J. Osier (1997)
M. Eastwick, C. Marquardt, S. Jackson (1992)
K. Mueller, T. Hottenstein, M. Henshon, J. Doyle (1991)
M. Lapin (1990)

While I have pictures of them I'm missing a Jimmy Lane and a George Leftwich for a complete collection. My guess is that a Chris Doyal SOAS was never issued because of the tie at the end of the Ivy slate between Princeton and Penn.

Any others?

All 1990-2004 Seniors on a Stick printed and distributed by The 14 Club at the final home game of an Ivy League championship season to honor that year's senior class. has picked up this tradition for the final home game of all Princeton seasons.

Two missing Seniors on a Stick.

A site reader graciously informed me that his parents were trying to find a new home for their stack of classic Seniors on a Stick. When I stopped by their house today for pick up they had decided to hold on to a few, including the two missing faces from my near-complete collection.

However, they did let me take snapshots of Jim Lane and George Leftwich's mugs. If someone reading has extras of either, I'd be happy to take them off your hands!

The afternoon was by no means a loss. I walked away with extra "Kit," "Slapper" and "Ivy Champs '89 '90 '91" oversized posters.

Penn pictures.

Photos from today’s game courtesy of Stephen Goldsmith.

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Sea of "Slappers."

Daily Princetonian back cover, March 5, 1990

A picture of the stands from Matt Lapin's final game at Jadwin Gym - the debut of the first ever Senior on a Stick.

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Assorted Seniors on a Stick.

The last of the Seniors on a Stick I can find in my collection.

Are there any that were printed beyond the following posters?:

M. Strittmatter, J. Briggs (2009)
N. Savage, K. Koncz, K. Steuerer, M. Sargeant, Z. Woolridge (2008)
E. Persia (2004)
M. Henderson, S. Gregory, S. Goodrich, J. Mastaglio, D. Hite (1998)
S. Johnson (1997)
M. Eastwick, C. Marquardt, S. Jackson (1992)
K. Mueller, T. Hottenstein, M. Henshon, J. Doyle (1991)
M. Lapin (1990)

...I'm missing a Jimmy Lane and a George Leftwich, aren't I?

Matt Eastwick.

Sean Jackson.

Chris Marquardt.

Sydney Johnson.

All Seniors on a Stick printed and distributed by The 14 Club.

Senior on a Stick: 2004.

Thanks, Eddie!

The final 14 Club Senior On A Stick, printed on orange and white posters for Ed Persia's last game at Jadwin Gym.

While the injured Persia did not play in Princton's 59-46 victory over Cornell, he would return for the Tigers' NCAA tournament game against Texas, scoring three points and handing out three assists in nine minutes off the bench.

Text reads:

The Persia Poster
A 14 Club Project

Princeton Basketball

Photo by Bill Allen '79
New Jersey Sport/Action

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