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NCAA/NIT/CBI Results.

Results for every Princeton postseason game, starting in 1952.

2012 CBI
First Round @ Evansville, IN
Princeton 95 Evansville 86
Second Round @ Pittsburgh, PA
Pitt 82 Princeton 61

2011 NCAA
Round of 64 @ Tampa, FL
Kentucky 59 Princeton 57

2010 CBI
First Round @ Princeton, NJ
Princeton 65 Duquesne 51
Second Round @ Indianapolis, IN
Princeton 74 IUPUI 68 [2OT]
Semifinals @ St. Louis, MO
Saint Louis 69 Princeton 59.

2004 NCAA
First Round @ Denver, CO
Texas 66 Princeton 49

2002 NIT
First Round @ Louisville, KY
Louisville 66 Princeton 65

2001 NCAA
First Round @ New Orleans, LA
North Carolina 70 Princeton 48

2000 NIT
First Round @ State College, PA
Penn State 55 Princeton 41

1999 NIT
First Round @ Princeton, NJ
Princeton 54 Georgetown 47
Second Round @ Raleigh, NC
Princeton 61 NC State 58
Third Round @ Cincy, OH
Xavier 65 Princeton 58

1998 NCAA
First Round @ Hartford, CT
Princeton 69 UNLV 57
Second Round @ Hartford, CT
Michigan State 63 Princeton 56

1997 NCAA
First Round @ Winston-Salem, NC
California 55 Princeton 52

1996 NCAA
First Round @ Indianapolis, IN
Princeton 43 UCLA 41
Second Round @ Indianapolis, IN
Mississippi State 63 Princeton 41

1992 NCAA
First Round @ Worcester, MA
Syracuse 51 Princeton 43

1991 NCAA
First Round @ Syracuse, NY
Villanova 50 Princeton 48

1990 NCAA
First Round @ Austin, TX
Arkansas 68 Princeton 64

1989 NCAA
First Round @ Providence, RI
Georgetown 50 Princeton 49

1984 NCAA
Preliminary Round @ Philly, PA
Princeton 65 San Diego 56
First Round @ Salt Lake City, UT
UNLV 68 Princeton 56

1983 NCAA
Preliminary Round @ Philly, PA
Princeton 53 NC A&T 41
First Round @ Corvallis, OR
Princeton 56 Oklahoma State 53
Second Round @ Corvallis, OR
Boston College 51 Princeton 42

1981 NCAA
First Round @ Providence, RI
BYU 60 Princeton 51

1977 NCAA
First Round @ Philly, PA
Kentucky 72 Princeton 58

1976 NCAA
First Round @ Providence, RI
Rutgers 54 Princeton 53

1975 NIT
First Round @ NYC, NY
Princeton 84 Holy Cross 63
Second Round @ NYC, NY
Princeton 86 South Carolina 67
Semifinals @ NYC, NY
Princeton 58 Oregon 57
Final @ NYC, NY
Princeton 80 Providence 69

1972 NIT
First Round @ NYC, NY
Princeton 68, Indiana 60
Second Round @ NYC, NY
Niagra 65, Princeton 60

1969 NCAA
First Round @ Raleigh, NC
St. John's 72 Princeton 63

1967 NCAA
First Round @ Blacksburg, WV
Princeton 68, West Virginia 57
Second Round @ College Park, MD
North Carolina 78 Princeton 70 [OT]
East Consolation @ College Park, MD
Princeton 78 St. John's 58

1965 NCAA
First Round @ Philly, PA
Princeton 60 Penn State 58
Second Round @ College Park, MD
Princeton 66 NC State 48
East Regional Championship @ College Park, MD
Princeton 109 Providence 69
East Championship @ Portland, OR
Michigan 93 Princeton 76
National Third Place @ Portland, OR
Princeton 118 Wichita State 82

1964 NCAA
First Round @ Philly, PA
Princeton 86 VMI 60
Second Round @ College Park, MD
UCONN 52 Princeton 50
East Consolation @ Raleigh, NC
Villanova 74 Princeton 62

1963 NCAA
First Round @ Philly, PA
St. Joseph's 82 Princeton 81 [OT]

1961 NCAA
First Round @ NYC, NY
Princeton 84 George Washington 67
Second Round @ Charlotte, NC
St. Joseph's 72 Princeton 67
East Consolation @ Charlotte, NC
St. Bonaventure 85 Princeton 67

1960 NCAA
First Round @ NYC, NY
Duke 84 Princeton 60

1955 NCAA
Second Round @ Philly, PA
La Salle 73 Princeton 46
East Consolation @ Philly, PA
Villanova 64 Princeton 57

1952 NCAA
First Round @ Chicago, IL
Dusquesne 60 Princeton 49
East Consolation @ Chicago, IL
Dayton 77 Princeton 61



Princeton Team Records.

Most points in a season
2,311 1964-65 (29 games)

Most points in a game
118 won vs. Wichita State (118-82), March 20, 1965

Most points against in a season
2,012 1964-65 (29 games)

Most points against in a game
108 lost at Illinois (108-87), Dec. 28, 1956

Fewest points in a season
196 1918-19 (10 games)

Most field goals made in a season
882 1964-65 (1,835 attempts)

Most field goals made in a game
48 won vs. Wichita State (118-82), March 20, 1965
48 won vs. Yale (108-64), Feb. 26, 1971

Most field goals attempted in a season
1,835 1964-65 (882 made)

Most field goals attempted in a game
102 won vs. Rutgers (60-52), March 4, 1952

Highest field goal percentage in a season
.541 1986-87 (601 of 1,111)

Highest field goal percentage in a game
.745 won vs. Gettysburg (83-54), Jan. 26, 1987

Most 3-point field goals made in a season
265 1997-98 (681 attempts)

Most 3-point field goals made in a game
20 won vs. Ursinus (99-56), Jan. 27, 2003

Highest 3-point field goal made average per game in a season
9.1 1997-98 (23.5 attempted)

Most 3-point field goals attempted in a season
681 1997-98 (265 made)

Highest 3-point field goal attempt average in a season
23.5 1997-98 (9.1 made)

Most 3-point field goals attempted in a game
39 won vs. Fresno State, (59-54), Dec. 2, 1995

Highest 3-point field goal percentage in a season
.492 1987-88 (211 of 427)

Highest 3-point field goal percentage in a game
.833 won vs. Pennsylvania (56-44), Jan. 6, 1990 (10 of 12)

Most free throws made in a season
545 1964-65 (732 attempts)

Most free throws made in a game
37 lost vs. Northwestern (93-83), Dec. 31, 1954

Most free throws attempted in a season
779 1953-54

Most free throws attempted in a game
56 won vs. Rutgers (92-70), Dec. 11, 1954

Highest free throw percentage in a season
.779 1987-88 (313 of 402)

Highest free throw percentage in a game
1.000 five times, most recent - won vs. Harvard, Feb. 22, 2008 (19 of 19)

Most rebounds in a season
1,334 1964-65

Most rebounds in a game
82 won at Dartmouth (116-42), Jan. 14, 1967

Highest rebound average in a season
52.1 1956-57

Most assists in a season
505 1999-2000

Most assists in a game
31 won vs. Ursinus (99-56), Jan. 27, 2003
28 won vs. Brown (85-57), Mar. 4, 2000
27 won vs. Brown (70-59), Feb. 28, 1976

Most steals in a season
293 1974-75

Most steals in a game
20 vs. Goucher, Jan. 24, 2010
17 five times, most recent - won vs. Western Maryland (78-24), January 28, 2002

Most blocked shots in a season
146 1999-2000

Most blocked shots in a game
11 lost vs. Ohio (68-60), Nov. 26, 1999
11 won vs. Franklin & Marshall (80-45), Jan. 27, 1992
11 won vs. Monmouth (64-61), Dec. 8, 2010

Most wins in a season
27 1997-98 (27-2)
25 2010-11 (25-7)
25 1966-67 (25-3)
24 1990-91 (24-3)
24 1996-97 (24-4)

Fewest wins in a season
4 1906-07 (4-10)
4 1910-11 (4-9)
5 1905-06 (5-10)
5 1918-19 (5-5)

Most losses in a season
23 2007-08 (6-23)
17 2006-07 (11-17)
16 1946-47 (7-16)
15 1928-29 (9-15)
15 1979-80 (15-15)
15 1984-85 (11-15)

Fewest losses in a season
2 1997-98 (27-2)
2 1924-25 (21-2)
3 1917-18 (12-3)
3 1932-33 (19-3)
3 1966-67 (25-3)
3 1990-91 (24-3)

Longest winning streak
20 Dec. 19, 1997 - March 14, 1998

Longest road winning streak
15 Dec. 3, 1996 - Feb. 22, 1997

Longest losing streak
12 Nov. 19, 2007 - Jan. 9, 2008

Longest winning streak vs. one team
26 vs. Brown (January 1960 - February 1973)

Longest losing streak vs. one team
13 vs. Columbia (February 1906 - January 1912)
13 vs. Duke (January 1936 - December 1979)

Highest scoring average in a season
79.74 1971-72 (27 games)
79.69 1964-65 (29 games)

Lowest scoring average in a season
18.33 1905-06 (15 games)

Best winning percentage in a season
.931 1997-98 (27-2)

Widest margin of victory
74 won at Dartmouth (116-42), Jan. 14, 1967

Widest margin of defeat
45 lost vs. Pennsylvania (55-10), Dec. 19, 1908

Longest game
5 OT won at Yale (79-77), Feb. 22, 1956
5 OT won at Cornell (66-61), Feb. 24, 1979

Last updated 11/5/12.



Princeton Player Records.

Points

Career
2,503 William W. Bradley, 1962-65
1,550 Douglas D. Davis, 2008-2012
1,546 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1987-91
1,451 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-62
1,441 Craig M. Robinson, 1979-83
1,428 Brian W. Earl, 1995-99
1,365 Robert K. Scrabis, 1985-89
1,321 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1967-70
1,292 Harold F. Haabestad, 1952-55
1,277 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1995-99
1,239 Brian D. Taylor, 1970-72
1,209 Steven W. Goodrich 1994-98
1,170 Ian M. Hummer, 2009-
1,133 Frank S. Sowinski, 1975-78
1,130 Richard S. Hielscher, 1991-95
1,122 Christopher M. Thomforde, 1966-69
1,099 Theodore Manakas, 1970-73
1,090 C. Judson Wallace, 2001-05
1,088 Carl I. Belz, 1956-59
1,079 W. Barnes Hauptfuhrer, 1973-76
1,076 Robert S. Roma, 1976-79
1,071 Christopher S. Mooney, 1990-94
1,064 G. Arthur Hyland, Jr., 1960-63
1,062 L. James Brangan, 1957-60
1,057 Armond G. Hill, 1973-76
1,054 Daniel J. Mavraides, 2007-11
1,044 Sydney A. Johnson, 1993-97
1,031 John R. Hummer, 1967-70
1,010 William D. Venable, 2001-05

Season
936 William W. Bradley, 1963-64
885 William W. Bradley, 1964-65
682 William W. Bradley, 1962-63
676 Brian D. Taylor, 1971-72
563 Brian D. Taylor, 1970-71
541 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1968-69
515 Ian M. Hummer, 2011-12
501 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-60
500 Harold F. Haabestad, 1954-55
497 Peter C. Campbell, 1960-61
475 Craig M. Robinson, 1982-83

Game
58 William W. Bradley, vs. Wichita State, March 30, 1965
51 William W. Bradley, Harvard, Feb. 15, 1965
49 William W. Bradley, Cornell, Jan. 17, 1964
47 William W. Bradley, Wisconsin, Dec. 21, 1963
46 William W. Bradley, Texas, Dec. 30, 1963
41 William W. Bradley, Michigan, Dec. 30, 1964
41 William W. Bradley, Columbia, Jan. 15, 1965
41 William W. Bradley, Providence, March 15, 1965
40 William W. Bradley, vs. St. Joseph's, March 11, 1963
40 William W. Bradley, vs. Army, Dec. 6, 1963
40 William W. Bradley, Cornell, Jan. 16, 1965

Scoring Average

Career
30.2 William W. Bradley, 1962-65
24.3 Brian D. Taylor, 1970-72
19.9 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-62
18.3 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1967-70
18.2 Harold F. Haabestad, 1952-55
17.0 Carl I. Belz, 1956-59
15.4 John R. Hummer, 1967-70
15.3 Frank S. Sowinski, 1975-78
15.0 Joseph F. Heiser, 1965-68
14.9 Theodore Manakas, 1970-73

Season
32.3 William W. Bradley, 1963-64
30.5 William W. Bradley, 1964-65
27.3 William W. Bradley, 1962-63
25.0 Brian D. Taylor, 1971-72
23.5 Brian D. Taylor, 1970-71
22.3 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1969-70
20.9 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-60
20.8 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1968-69
20.0 Harold F. Haabestad, 1954-55
19.7 Peter C. Campbell, 1961-62

Field Goals Made

Career
856 William W. Bradley, 1962-65
556 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1987-91
545 Douglas D. Davis, 2008-12
534 Craig M. Robinson, 1979-83
530 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1967-70
516 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-62
507 Brian D. Taylor, 1970-72
475 Robert K. Scrabis, 1986-89
470 Steven W. Goodrich, 1994-98
467 Brian W. Earl, 1995-99
458 Harold F. (Bud) Haabestad, 1952-55
456 W. Barnes Hauptfuhrer, 1973-76
454 Ian M. Hummer, 2009-

Season
338 William W. Bradley, 1963-64
306 William W. Bradley, 1964-65
263 Brian D. Taylor, 1971-72
244 Brian D. Taylor, 1970-71
216 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1968-69
212 William W. Bradley, 1962-63
190 Ian M. Hummer, 2009-
186 Frank S. Sowinski, 1977-78
183 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-60
183 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1969-70
183 W. Barnes Hauptfuhrer, 1974-75

Game
22 William W. Bradley, Wichita State, March 20, 1965
18 William W. Bradley, Wisconsin, Dec. 21, 1963
18 William W. Bradley, Harvard, Feb. 15, 1964
17 Geoffrey H. Petrie, Fordham, Jan. 26, 1970
16 William W. Bradley, Texas, Dec. 20, 1963
16 William W. Bradley, Cornell, Jan. 17, 1964
16 William W. Bradley, Dartmouth, Feb. 14, 1964
16 William W. Bradley, Brown, Jan. 9, 1965
16 Geoffrey H. Petrie, vs. Michigan, Dec. 31, 1969
16 Richard S. Hielscher, vs. Dartmouth, Jan. 6, 1995
15 John E. Seibert, vs. Ursinus, Dec. 10, 1932
15 William W. Bradley, Columbia, Jan. 15, 1965
15 Brian D. Taylor, vs. Yale, Feb. 18, 1972

Field Goals Attempted

Career
1,969 William W. Bradley, 1962-65
1,339 Harold F. Haabestad, 1952-55
1,291 Douglas D. Davis, 2008-12
1,199 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-62
1,172 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1967-70
1,016 Carl I. Belz, 1956-59
995 Brian D. Taylor, 1970-72
994 David E. Fulcomer, 1955-58
989 Craig M. Robinson, 1979-83
983 Brian W. Earl, 1995-99
966 Carl I. Belz, 1956-59
954 L. James Brangan, 1957-60

Season
648 William W. Bradley, 1963-64
574 William W. Bradley, 1964-65
547 Harold F. Haabestad, 1954-55
505 Brian D. Taylor, 1971-72
490 Brian D. Taylor, 1970-71
475 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1968-69
463 Harold F. Haabestad, 1953-54
447 William W. Bradley, 1962-63
432 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-60
407 Ian M. Hummer, 2009-
395 Geoffrey H. Petrie, 1969-70

Game
37 William W. Bradley, Wisconsin, Dec. 21, 1963
36 William W. Bradley, vs. Cornell, Jan. 16, 1965
33 Harold F. Haabestad, vs. Iowa, Dec. 18, 1954
33 William W. Bradley, vs. Cornell, Jan. 17, 1964
31 Harold F. Haabestad, vs. Mich. St., Dec. 17, 1954
31 Harold F. Haabestad, vs. Columbia, March 2, 1955

Field Goal Percentage

Career
.647 Howard A. Levy, 1982-85
.614 Alan G. Williams, 1984-87
.595 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1987-91
.588 Steven W. Goodrich, 1994-1998
.566 Kevin M. Mullin, 1981-84
.562 Thomas A. Young, 1976-79
.558 Frank S. Sowinski, 1975-78
.542 Randy W. Melville, 1978-81
.540 Craig M. Robinson, 1979-83
.539 Robert S. Roma, 1976-79

Season
.703 Alan G. Williams, 1986-87
.651 Howard A. Levy, 1983-84
.649 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1988-89
.646 Howard A. Levy, 1984-85
.632 Frank S. Sowinski, 1976-77
.619 Randy W. Melville, 1980-81
.618 Kevin M. Mullin, 1983-84
.616 Steven W. Goodrich, 1996-97
.608 Steven W. Goodrich, 1995-96
.598 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1990-91
.595 Robert S. Roma, 1977-78

Game
1.000 W. Barnes Hauptfuhrer, 11-11 vs. Notre Dame, Dec. 7, 1974
1.000 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 8-8 vs. LMU, March 10, 1991
1.000 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 8-8 vs. Harvard, March 4, 1989
1.000 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 8-8 vs. Yale, Feb. 17, 1989
1.000 Patrick E. Saunders, 8-8 vs. Marist, Jan. 6, 2010

Field Goals Attempted Per Game

Career
20.1 William W. Bradley, 1962-65

Season
22.3 William W. Bradley, 1963-64

Field Goals Made Per Game

Career
10.3 William W. Bradley, 1962-65

Season
11.7 William W. Bradley, 1963-64

Three-Point Field Goals Made

Career
281 Brian W. Earl, 1995-99
276 Douglas D. Davis, 2008-12
235 P. Sean Jackson, 1989-92
212 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1995-99
166 Daniel J. Mavraides, 2007-11
162 Sydney A. Johnson, 1993-97
156 Kyle E. Koncz, 2004-2008
155 Robert K. Scrabis, 1986-89
155 Noah L. Savage, 2004-2008
144 Edward G. Persia 2000-04
142 Christopher S. Mooney, 1990-94
139 Combus Javan Chapman, 1997-2001
139 Scott J. Greenman, 2002-06
120 Michael S. Bechtold, 1998-2002
114 Luke T. Owings, 2003-07
109 Spencer J, Gloger, 1999-2000, 2002-03
104 Daniel J. Mavriades, 2007-
101 Matthew P. Lapin, 1986-90
96 David M. Orlandini, 1986-88
96 Christopher W. Doyal, 1992-96
96 Ahmed El-Nokali, 1998-2002
93 Mitchell G. Henderson, 1994-98
84 Christopher C. Marquardt, 1988-92

Season
95 P. Sean Jackson, 1990-91
87 Brian W. Earl, 1997-98
84 P. Sean Jackson, 1991-92
83 Douglas D. Davis, 2011-12
82 Brian W. Earl, 1998-99
74 Douglas D. Davis, 2009-10
73 J. Christopher Pavlic, 1992-93
71 Matthew P. Lapin, 1989-90
70 Brian W. Earl, 1996-97
69 Brian W. Earl, 1998-99
69 Douglas D. Davis, 2010-11
67 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1996-97
67 Robert K. Scrabis, 1988-89
65 Spencer Gloger, 1999-2000
65 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1998-99
65 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1997-98
65 Robert K. Scrabis, 1987-88
63 Timothy R. Neff, 1987-88
61 Daniel J. Mavraides, 2010-11
60 David M. Orlandini, 1987-88
59 Joseph W. Scott, 1986-87
57 Daniel J. Mavraides, 2009-10
56 P. Sean Jackson, 1989-90
55 Brian W. Earl, 1995-96
55 Kyle E. Koncz, 2007-08
52 Combus Javan Chapman, 1999-2000
51 Kyle E. Koncz, 2006-07
50 Kyle E. Koncz, 2005-06
50 Douglas D. Davis, 2008-09

Game
10 Spencer Gloger, vs. UAB, Dec. 18, 1999
8 Matthew P. Lapin, vs. Harvard, Feb. 24, 1990

Consecutive games with at least one three-point field goal

56 P. Sean Jackson, 1990-92

Consecutive three-point field goals made

11 Sydney A. Johnson, Feb. 28-March 1, 1997

Three-Point Field Goals Attempted

Career
687 Douglas D. Davis, 2008-
675 Brian W. Earl, 1995-1999
554 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1995-1999
501 P. Sean Jackson, 1989-92
452 Sydney A. Johnson, 1993-97
438 Kyle E. Koncz, 2004-2008
431 Daniel J. Mavriades, 2007-11
414 Noah L. Savage, 2004-2008
397 Edward G. Persia 2000-04
380 Combus Javan Chapman, 1997-2001
365 Scott J. Greenman, 2002-06
357 Robert K. Scrabis, 1986-89
346 Christopher S. Mooney, 1990-94
317 Mitchell G. Henderson, 1994-98
316 Ahmed El-Nokali, 1998-2002
312 Michael S. Bechtold, 1998-2002
271 Christopher W. Doyal, 1992-96

Season
198 Brian W. Earl, 1997-98
198 P. Sean Jackson, 1990-91
198 Douglas D. Davis, 2011-12
183 Brian W. Earl, 1998-99
179 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1998-99
179 Douglas D. Davis, 2010-11
177 P. Sean Jackson, 1991-92
173 Douglas D. Davis, 2009-10
172 Kyle E. Koncz, 2004-2008
169 Robert K. Scrabis, 1988-89
166 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1996-97
164 J. Christopher Pavlic, 1992-93
160 Daniel J. Mavraides, 2009-10
159 Spencer Gloger, 1999-2000
159 Brian W. Earl, 1996-97

Game
15 Mitchell G. Henderson vs. Fresno State, Dec. 2, 1995
15 Matthew P. Lapin, vs. Harvard, Feb. 24, 1990
15 Douglas D. Davis at Florida State, Dec. 30, 2011
14 Gabriel E. Lewullis, vs. Harvard, Feb. 20, 1999
14 Douglas D. Davis at Siena, Dec. 22, 2011
13 Brian W. Earl vs. Monmouth, Nov. 25, 1997
13 Christopher C. Marquardt, vs. Georgia, Dec. 29, 1988

Three-Point Field Goal Percentage

Career
.513 David M. Orlandini, 1986-88 (96-187)
.512 Timothy R. Neff, 1986-88 (65-127)
.498 Matthew P. Lapin, 1986-90 (101-203)
.469 P. Sean Jackson, 1989-92 (235-501)
.457 W. Troy Hottenstein, 1987-91 (43-94)

Season
.545 David M. Orlandini, 1987-88 (60-110)
.534 Matthew P. Lapin, 1989-90 (71-133)
.516 Timothy R. Neff, 1987-88 (63-122)
.512 Marcus J. Schroeder, 2008-09 (22-43)
.500 Matthew T. Henshon, 1990-91 (20-40)
.491 Michael R. Brennan, 1992-93 (26-53)
.481 Robert K. Scrabis, 1987-88 (65-135)

Game
1.000 Sydney A. Johnson, vs. Columbia, Feb. 28, 1997 (6-6)
1.000 David M. Orlandini, vs. Seton Hall, Dec. 16, 1987 (5-5)
1.000 Robert K. Scrabis, vs. Columbia, March 4, 1988 (5-5)
1.000 P. Sean Jackson, vs. Cornell, Feb. 8, 1991 (5-5)
1.000 Patrick E. Saunders, vs. Marist, Jan. 6, 2010 (5-5)

3-Point FGs Attempted Per Game

Career
6.6 P. Sean Jackson, 1989-92

Season
7.3 P. Sean Jackson, 1990-91

3-Point Field Goals Made Per Game

Career
3.1 P. Sean Jackson, 1989-92

Season
3.5 P. Sean Jackson, 1990-91

Free Throws Made

Career
791 William W. Bradley, 1962-65
419 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-62
411 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1987-91
382 Christopher M. Thomforde, 1966-69
376 Harold F. Haabestad, 1952-55
373 Craig M. Robinson, 1979-83
342 Arthur Loeb, 1921-22, 1925
297 John R. Hummer, 1967-70
285 C. Judson Wallace, 2001-05
283 Richard S. Hielscher, 1991-95
266 L. James Brangan, 1957-60
264 G. Arthur Hyland, Jr., 1960-63

Season
273 William W. Bradley, 1964-65
260 William W. Bradley, 1963-64
258 William W. Bradley, 1962-63
203 Arthur Loeb, 1921-22
157 Peter C. Campbell, 1960-61
150 Brian D. Taylor, 1971-72
146 Harold F. Haabestad, 1954-55
142 Hamilton Salmon, 1912-13
135 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-60
135 Craig M. Robinson, 1982-83

Game
21 William W. Bradley, vs. Cornell, Jan. 19, 1963
20 William W. Bradley, vs. St. Louis, Dec. 17, 1964
18 Arthur Loeb, vs. Pennsylvania, March 18, 1922
17 William W. Bradley, vs. Cornell, Jan. 17, 1964
16 Arthur Loeb, vs. CCNY, Jan. 10, 1922
16 William W. Bradley, vs. St. Joseph's, March 11, 1963
16 William W. Bradley, vs. Pennsylvania, Jan. 30, 1965
16 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, vs. Dartmouth, Feb. 27, 1988
15 Peter C. Campbell, vs. Harvard, March 4, 1961
15 William W. Bradley, vs. Cornell, March 1, 1963
15 William W. Bradley, vs. Harvard, Feb. 15, 1964
15 William W. Bradley, vs. Michigan, Dec. 30, 1964
15 C. Judson Wallace vs. Davidson, Jan. 2, 2005

Free Throws Attempted

Career
903 William W. Bradley, 1962-65
571 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1987-91
564 Harold F. Haabestad, 1952-55
526 Craig M. Robinson, 1979-83
523 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-62
480 John R. Hummer, 1969-70
476 Arthur Loeb, 1921-23, 1924-25
461 Christopher M. Thomforde, 1966-69
409 Carl I. Belz, 1956-59
395 Richard S. Hielscher, 1991-95
386 Bernard S. Adams, 1947-50

Season
308 William W. Bradley, 1964-65
306 William W. Bradley, 1963-64
289 William W. Bradley, 1962-63
279 Arthur Loeb, 1921-22
209 Harold F. Haabestad, 1954-55
209 John R. Hummer, 1969-70
197 Arthur Loeb, 1922-23
192 Peter C. Campbell, 1960-61
190 Brian D. Taylor, 1971-72
188 Harold F. Haabestad, 1953-54

Game
24 John Uhl, vs. Pennsylvania, Jan. 20, 1912
21 William W. Bradley, vs. Cornell, Jan. 19, 1963
21 William W. Bradley, vs. St. Louis, Dec. 17, 1964
21 John P. Hummer, vs. Pennsylvania, Dec. 13, 1969

Free Throw Percentage

Career
.888 Joseph F. Heiser, 1965-68
.876 William W. Bradley, 1962-65
.844 Robert K. Scrabis, 1985-89
.8289 William F. Ryan, 1981-84
.8286 Christopher M. Thomforde, 1966-69
.827 Robert S. Roma, 1976-79
.809 Scott J. Greenman, 2002-06
.804 Andrew G. Rimol, 1971-74
.803 Douglas D. Davis, 2008-12
.801 Peter C. Campbell, 1959-62
.800 John K. Smyth, 1983-85
.800 Kyle E. Koncz, 2004-08
.797 Theodore Manakas, 1970-73

Season
.900 Joseph F. Heiser, 1967-68
.898 Christopher M. Thomforde, 1967-68
.893 William W. Bradley, 1962-63
.886 William W. Bradley, 1964-65
.875 Brian W. Earl, 1998-99
.873 Douglas D. Davis, 2009-10
.871 Robert K. Scrabis, 1986-87
.868 G. Arthur Hyland, 1962-63
.864 Scott J. Greenman, 2005-06
.861 Joseph F. Heiser, 1966-67
.857 Noah L. Savage, 2004-05
.853 Raymond L. Robins, 2001-2002
.850 William W. Bradley, 1963-64
.837 Christopher M. Thomforde, 1967-68

Game
1.000 William W. Bradley, 21-21, Jan. 19, 1963
1.000 William W. Bradley, 16-16, Mar. 11, 1963
1.000 William W. Bradley, 13-13, Mar. 13, 1965
1.000 C. Judson Wallace, 13-13 vs. Monmouth, Dec. 12, 2004
1.000 Michael G. Steuerer, 12-12 vs. Harvard, Jan. 11, 1975
1.000 Frank S. Sowinski, 12-12, vs. William & Mary, Jan. 6, 1976
1.000 Judson Wallace, 12-12, at Dartmouth, Mar. 6, 2004
1.000 Ahmed El-Nokali, 11-11, vs. Penn, Feb. 13, 2001

Free Throws Attempted Per Game

Career
10.9 William W. Bradley, 1962-65

Season
11.6 William W. Bradley, 1962-63

FT Made Per Game

Career
9.5 William W. Bradley, 1962-65

Season
10.3 William W. Bradley, 1962-63

Rebounds

Career
1,008 William W. Bradley, 1962-65
995 David E. Fulcomer, 1955-58
898 Carl I. Belz, 1956-59
828 Alfred W. Kaemmerlen, 1959-62
709 Christopher M. Thomforde, 1967-68
617 Andrew G. Rimol, 1971-74
578 John B. Haarlow, 1965-68
560 Craig M. Robinson, 1979-83
560 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1987-91
550 Edward F. Hummer, 1964-67
547 Ian M. Hummer, 2009-

Season
406 David E. Fulcomer, 1955-56
360 William W. Bradley, 1963-64
347 Alfred W. Kaemmerlen, 1961-62
342 William W. Bradley, 1964-65
335 Alfred W. Kaemmerien, 1960-61
333 Carl I. Belz, 1958-59
328 Carl I. Belz, 1956-57
306 William W. Bradley, 1962-63
304 David E. Fulcomer, 1956-57
285 David E. Fulcomer, 1957-58

Game
29 Carl I. Belz, vs. Rutgers, Jan. 31, 1959
27 David E. Fulcomer, vs. Rutgers, Feb. 1, 1956
27 David E. Fulcomer, vs. Cornell, March 3, 1956
27 Alfred W. Kaemmerlen, vs. Lafayette, Dec. 3, 1960
26 David E. Fulcomer, vs. Dartmouth, Jan. 7, 1956
26 Carl I. Belz, vs. Pennsylvania, Jan. 5, 1957
24 Donald H. Swan, vs. Harvard, Feb. 20, 1960
23 David E. Fulcomer, vs. Harvard, Feb. 15, 1956
23 David E. Fulcomer, vs. Penn, Feb. 18, 1956
23 David E. Fulcomer, vs. Penn, March 10, 1956
23 Alfred W. Kammerlen, vs. Harvard, Feb. 17, 1962
23 William W. Bradley, vs. Lafayette, Dec. 1, 1963
23 William W. Bradley, vs. Columbia, Jan. 18, 1964

Rebound Average

Career
14.4 David E. Fulcomer, 1955-58

Season
16.9 David E. Fulcomer, 1955-56

Assists

Career
413 William F. Ryan, 1981-84
381 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1987-91
358 John R. Thompson III, 1984-88
304 Mitchell G. Henderson, 1994-98
295 Marcus J. Schroeder, 2006-10
280 Sydney A. Johnson, 1993-1997
270 Nathan W. Walton, 1996-2001
263 Brian W. Earl, 1995-99
260 Armond G. Hill, 1975-76
253 William D. Venable, 2001-2005
244 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1995-99
235 Steven W. Goodrich, 1994-98
227 Michael G. Steuerer, 1974-76

Season
161 William F. Ryan, 1983-84
140 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1989-90
131 Mitchell G. Henderson, 1997-98
128 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, 1990-91
119 Thomas J. Bray, 2011-12
115 Nathan W. Walton, 2000-2001
113 Nathan W. Walton, 1999-2000
112 John R. Thompson III, 1986-87
108 Michael G. Steuerer, 1974-75
108 John R. Thompson III, 1987-88
106 Brian W. Earl, 1998-99
105 Christopher R. Young, 1999-2000
104 Armond G. Hill, 1975-76
100 Steven W. Goodrich, 1997-98
100 Armond G. Hill, 1974-75

Game
12 William F. Ryan, vs. Brown, Jan. 9, 1982
12 William F. Ryan, vs. Yale, Feb. 4, 1984
12 William F. Ryan, vs. Columbia, Feb. 25, 1984
11 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, vs. Dayton, Dec. 2, 1990
11 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, vs. Columbia, March 3, 1990
11 Christopher J. "Kit" Mueller, vs. Brown, Jan. 12, 1991
10 John J. Lewis, vs. Brown, Feb. 12, 1978
10 William F. Ryan, vs. DePaul, Jan. 25, 1984
10 William F. Ryan, vs. Brown, Feb. 3, 1984
10 John R. Thompson III, vs. UNC Charlotte, Dec. 28, 1984
10 John R. Thompson III, vs. Dartmouth, Feb. 14, 1987
10 Christopher J. (Kit) Mueller, vs. Rutgers, Dec. 15, 1990

Steals

Career
169 Sydney A. Johnson, 1993-97
167 William F. Ryan, 1981-84
167 George H. Leftwich, 1988-92
156 William D. Venable, 2001-05
156 Marcus J. Schroeder, 2006-10
144 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1995-99
144 Joseph W. Scott, 1984-87
142 Mitchell G. Henderson, 1994-98
140 Brian W. Earl, 1995-99
136 Armond G. Hill, 1975-76
135 Craig M. Robinson, 1980-83

Season
73 Armond G. Hill, 1975-76
72 Timothy S. van Blommesteyn, 1974-75
65 Mitchell G. Henderson, 1997-98
63 Armond G. Hill, 1974-75
62 Michael G. Steuerer, 1974-75
60 Gabriel E. Lewullis, 1998-99

Game
8 Michael G. Steurer, vs. Columbia, Feb. 6, 1976
8 Randy W. Melville, vs. Colgate, Dec. 21, 1980
7 George H. Leftwich, vs. Dartmouth, Feb. 21, 1992
7 Sydney A. Johnson, vs. Brown, Feb. 3, 1995
7 Marcus J. Schroeder vs. Wagner, Dec. 30, 2009
6 Gabriel E. Lewullis, vs. Yale, Jan. 9, 1999
6 Armond G. Hill, vs. William & Mary, Jan. 6, 1976
6 S. William Omeltchenko, vs. Notre Dame, Jan. 3, 1977
6 Frank S. Sowinski, vs. Cornell, Feb. 11, 1977
6 Stephen C. Mills, vs. Pennsylvania, March 10, 1981
6 George H. Leftwich, vs. Lafayette, Nov. 27, 1990
6 George H. Leftwich, vs. Lehigh, Dec. 4, 1990
6 Kyle M. Wente, vs Harvard, Jan. 31, 2003

Blocked Shots

Career
159 Richard S. Hielscher, 1991-94
145 Christopher R. Young, 1999-2000
108 Kareem A. Maddox, 2007-11
98 Richard V. Simkus, 1980-83
97 Craig M. Robinson, 1980-83
88 Steven W. Goodrich, 1994-98
86 Ian M. Hummer, 2009-
60 Ilan M. Ramati, 1974-76
60 Thomas A. Young, 1976-79
57 Christopher J. (Kit) Mueller, 1987-91

Season
90 Christopher R. Young, 1999-2000
56 Kareem A. Maddox, 2010-11
55 Christopher R. Young, 1998-99
47 Richard S. Hielscher, 1991-92
43 Richard S. Hielscher, 1993-94
39 Richard S. Hielscher, 1994-95
39 Ian M. Hummer, 2011-12
36 Ilan M. Ramati, 1975-76
34 Craig M. Robinson, 1981-82
33 Craig M. Robinson, 1982-83

Game
9 Christopher R. Young, vs. Ohio, Nov. 26, 1999
7 Christopher R. Young, vs. Xavier, Dec. 27, 1999
7 Ilan M. Ramati, vs. William & Mary, Jan. 6, 1976
7 Richard S. Hielscher, vs. Franklin & Marshall, Jan. 27, 1992
6 Richard S. Hielscher, vs. Rutgers, Jan. 3, 1995
6 Richard S. Hielscher, vs. Yale, Feb. 4, 1995
6 Christopher R. Young, vs. Yale, Feb. 5, 2000
6 Christopher R. Young, vs. Brown, Mar. 4, 2000
6 Patrick E. Saunders, vs. Penn, Feb. 17, 2009

Games Played

Career
122 Douglas D. Davis, 2008-12
118 Patrick E. Saunders, 2008-12
116 Brian W. Earl, 1995-99

Games Won

Career
95 Brian W. Earl, 1995-99

Games Started

Career
113 Brian W. Earl, 1995-99
112 Steven W. Goodrich, 1994-98

Last updated 11/5/12.



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Catching up with...Sydney Johnson.

Sydney Johnson was the only three-time captain in the history of Princeton basketball, and was named the Ivy League's Player of the Year in 1997. Since graduating from Princeton in 1997 he has been playing basketball professionally in Italy. In 1998 he started for Gorizia Pallacanestro, the team that won the Italian Second Division championship. He was kind enough to answer some questions from princetonbasketball.com list members last month and give us an update as to what he is doing now. Here are your questions, and his responses.

This interview originally ran in June 1998.

How long have you been in Italy?

This is my second full season in Italy after graduating in 1997.

How did you end up there? Did you have any offers to play elsewhere?

Near the end of my senior year at Princeton, I was in contact with several agents and when I finally chose one to represent me he recommeded that I play in a mini-tournament in Treviso, Italy. That tournament was held in May of 1997 so immediately after turning in my thesis and finishing my final exams, I flew over to Italy, participated in the Treviso tournament and then flew back the day before graduation. Several teams in Italy saw me play and the one that I eventually signed with gave me the best offer. I had one or two offers from French teams (my father played professionally in France in the 60s) but I had my heart set on Italy because it is considered by many as having the best basketball in Europe.

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Catching up with...Mitch Henderson.

Mitch Henderson was co-captain of the 1997-98 Princeton Tigers. He finished his career at Princeton in the Tiger top ten for career three-point field goals made and in the top five for career assists and steals. During his senior year Princeton set team records for wins [27], longest winning streak [20 games], fewest losses [2] and highest winning percentage in a season [.931]. Mitch took the time to field some of your questions about his time at Princeton and his first year away from the team. Here are his responses.

This interview originally ran in July 1999.

What have you been doing in the year since your graduation?

Since graduation, I have been all over the map. I went to the pre-draft camp in Chicago with Steve Goodrich in early June. I had workouts for two days with the Sacramento Kings-run mostly by Coach Carrll-and then I attended the Atlanta Hawks mini-camp the last week in June. When the lockout started on July 1st, I was lost. Fast forward to late September. . .I took an offer to play in Ireland for a few months knowing that I would return to the States when the lockout ended. In January when the dust settled, I played in one game in the CBA before being invited to the Hawks training camp for five days. I've been in limbo since then-playing as much as I can and getting ready for a good summer of playing basketball. That's it in a nutshell.

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Catching up with...Jamie Mastaglio.

Former Princeton Tiger James Mastaglio was a crucial part of a senior class that won three Ivy League titles and two NCAA tournament games. He was a starter on the 1997-1998 Princeton team that finished the season 27-2. James has been playing in Europe and coaching high school basketball since his graduation in 1998. James took the time to answer a wide variety of questions questions from princetonbasketball.com list members. Here are his responses.

This interview originally ran in August 1999.

What have you been doing in the year since your graduation?

Following graduation I was invited to attend a free agent combine in Treviso, Italy. I played very well there, making the All-Star team, and I was able to attract some interest from some of the top clubs in Europe, specifically Italy (they loved the last name). I signed a deal with a second division Italian team in Montecatini, Italy, in the same conference as Sydney Johnson. Unfortunately, the contract required me to obtain dual citizenship from Ireland, similar to what Syd has from France, and Jesse from Israel. I wasn't able to obtain that, so after about 6 weeks the contract was basically terminated and I came home.

Following my release I decided try my hand as a varsity basketball coach at my high school in Garden City, Long Island, about 30 minutes from NY. The experience turned out better than expected, as the team jumped from 5-13 the previous year to 15-3 this year, including a 12-0 conference record and a conference championship. The season ended abruptly with a first round playoff loss, but personally it was a great success.

Since the end of the season in March I've basically been trying to keep myself in shape in the hope that I get another shot in Europe, but at this point it doesn't look like that's going to happen. I've been down to school a number of times to work out with the coaches and current players, and I've tried to keep playing in spring and summer league games several times a week as well. However, the rigors of the real world seem to be on the horizon.

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Catching up with...Mike Stephens.

princetonbasketball.com list member Phil Pallette interviewed Princeton recruit Mike Stephens and his high school coach, Denny Lewis in June 2001. Thanks to Phil for his work.

Napa High School - Napa, California. Tuesday, June 5, 2001.

It's baseball weather in the wine country; hot, sunny and a high blue sky. I arrive at the school shortly before mid-day. Final exams are taking place this week each day until noon, Thursday. Then it's graduation. There is ongoing remodeling taking place at this single-level school. I guess if you're going to have an earthquake, what's the fun of being on the second or third floor? Besides, real estate is relatively cheap out here; that is to say, relative to Manhattan, or San Francisco. With the exception of the tiny sandstone relic set back from the corner, the place looks like ultra modern 1970. An unemployed aroma of oak or jasmine forces exotic inhalations as I make my way to an administration office. All those hopeful trees that were planted thirty years ago now belong to high and shady rows. I ask an administrator what that wonderful scent from the trees might be. She is not sure, but she interprets it as the announcement of allergy season. When I mention my purpose in being there, I am told what a fine young man Mike Stephens is.

I meet with Coach Denny Lewis at his office, which is being remodeled. Coach Lewis played at San Francisco's Lincoln High School and is a San Francisco Hall of Fame guard. He could really play and was recruited to go to Cal by Pete Newell, who had recently won an NCAA Championship. So, no matter how modest Coach Lewis might be, Michael Stephens is lucky to have had a coach with big time playing experience that has been through the Pac 10 wars (even if it wasn't the Pac 10 back then - it fluctuated between being a five and eight team league in those days).

Coach Lewis states that his Napa High teams were not blessed with a lot of big players over the years and that he as a coach could not pass on the experience of working with a lot of big players to Mike. But I look at it a different way. Lewis has taught Mike how to play defense, team defense all over the court, and has seen Mike pick up the concepts of help defense when an opponent penetrates into the scoring area. Lewis is also an excellent teacher of shooting. In sum, Mike may be 6-10, but he has picked up small man skills like long-range shooting, a passing game and a defensive floor game that most big guys don't have. Coach Lewis now feels that it is time for Mike to start growing into his body and pick up some of the big man skills he will use in college.

While I am chatting with Coach Lewis, a 6-10 clean-cut lad quietly comes into the room. We shake hands and he sits down. This kid is blonder and taller than Wally Szerbiak, but somehow, this is who comes to mind. His facial features are not as severe. Maybe Gonzaga's Casey Calvary is a better comparison. Somewhere between a youthful version of those two guys. He weighs probably 220 plus. I forget to ask.

How much do you know about the Princeton offense?

How much do I know... They like to run the back door. It's something we do here sometimes. It's a very sophisticated offense. I've seen it first hand. They like to set screens and help their centers step out and take shots and things like that.

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Catching up with...Sean Jackson.

Sean Jackson came to Princeton in 1989 as a transfer from Ohio University. He played three seasons for the Tigers. Sean was named All-Ivy in 1990-1991 and was voted the 1991-1992 Ivy League Player of the Year.

Princeton won the Ivy League title all three years Sean was on the team. When he graduated, Sean was Princeton's all-time leading three-point shooter, connecting on 235 of 501 attempts (.469) in his three seasons.

Jackson also held/holds the Ivy (56) and school (95) records for most treys in a season. A decade later, many of Sean's records still stand, including most consecutive games with a three-point field goal (56) and most three-point field goals made per game (3.1). Sean ranks behind only Brian Earl '99 for most three-point field goals in a career at Princeton, despite only playing three years for the orange and black. Sean recently took the time to answer your questions about his time at Princeton. Here are his responses.

This interview originally ran in September 2002.

After your freshman year at Ohio University, how did you end up transferring to Princeton?

My thought process during my freshman year at Ohio U. was not so much "Man, I got to get out of here" as much as it was "I wonder what it would be like to be involved in a setting that prioritized academics." Coming out high school, my only thought process was to go to a school that paid for college. I applied for transfer to Princeton shortly after the season ended and found out I was accepted in August - one month before classes started. I entered Princeton as a freshman because the school didn't accept any OU credits. Princeton was the only school I inquired about.

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Catching up with...Frank Sowinski.

Frank Sowinski, also known as "The Polish Rifle," was the 1976-1977 Ivy League Player of the Year and a two time All-Ivy selection. While at Princeton his teams won two Ivy League titles. Sowinski is, as of this interview, 12th on Princeton's all-time points list, despite playing just three seasons and playing without a three point line. For his collegiate career Sowinski averaged 15.3 ppg, shooting .556% from the field. Frank took the time to answer your questions about his time at Princeton. Here are his responses.

This interview originally ran in June 2003.

What have you been doing since you graduated from Princeton?

After graduating with an engineering degree in 1978, I played basketball in Europe after trying out for the New Jersey Nets. In Europe, I played on a touring team of American All-Stars in Italy and later I played in Madrid, Spain. I then came back to the states and received my MBA from the University of Virginia.

After receiving my MBA, I worked at an oil company, Amerada Hess, for three years and then spent 17 years with Dun & Bradstreet, eventually becoming President of the company. Most recently, I joined the Price Waterhouse Coopers consulting business as Chief Financial Officer to take them public, but ultimately helped sell the business to IBM late last year. Currently, I sit on the board of a pipeline company and I'm looking at several business opportunities in addition to coaching a lot of youth athletics.

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