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Lafayette pictures.

All pictures courtesy of Bill Allen '79 - NJ Sport/Action.

Justin Conway drives.

Kyle Koncz under duress.

Princeton 44 Lafayette 42.

box score : audio - coach joe scott & kyle koncz

I did not get to meet the Mixmaster.

For some, it was a school night.

What would I have to pay to set up a "pierogi endowment" at Jadwin?

1981 Penn / Princeton playoff.

The final few seconds of Princeton's 54-40 playoff win over Penn to claim the Ivy League's NCAA tournament spot.

Is that an off-the-backboard alley oop at the final buzzer?!

Princeton (54): Melville 3-6 7-9 13, Robinson 7-10 0-0 14, Simkus 5-7 1-3 11, Mills 2-6 2-3 6, Ryan 3-3 4-7 10, Christel 0-0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 20-32 14-22 54.

Pennsylvania (40): Lardner 3-9 0-0 6, Brown 4-6 0-4 8, Noon 3-6 1-2 7, Reynolds 0-2 0-0 0, Hall 5-11 1-1 11, May 0-0 0-0 0, Little 0-4 2-2 2, Oliphant 1-2 0-0 2, Ross 0-0 0-0 0, McCaffrey 1-2 0-0 2, Rawlings 1-1 0-0 2. TOTALS: 18-43 4-9 40.

Halftime: Princeton, 24-13. Fouls: Princeton 13, Pennsylvania 24. Fouled Out: Little, McCaffrey. Rebounds: Princeton 13 (Simkus & Ryan 4), Pennsylvania 30 (Brown & Little 9). Assists: Princeton 12 (Ryan 5), Pennsylvania 12 (McCaffrey 5). Turnovers: Princeton 12, Pennsylvania 21. Attendance: 4,000.

Coach Joe Scott - 11/27/06.

interview audio - 14:30 editor Jon Solomon and men's basketball coach Joe Scott met up at Jadwin Gym to discuss Princeton's pre-Thanksgiving comeback victory over Manhattan and to look at this week's games against Lafayette and out in Milwaukee for the Blue & Gold Classic.

Some of the topics discussed include:

-The Tigers' early offensive struggles versus Manhattan.

-How Princeton's defense kept the game within reach in the first half.

-Moving Justin Conway over to forward when Zach Finley came into the game and if this is something we'll see more of as the season goes on.

-The contributions of Edwin Buffmire and Michael Strittmatter and if it is hard to instill the mentality for bench players to be ready to contribute at any time no matter how long they've been sitting.

-If the second half versus Manhattan was the best offensive second half one of Coach Scott's Princeton teams has played.

-Why Princeton's last three games versus Lafayette have had such ugly box scores.

-This weekend's trip to Milwaukee for the Blue & Gold Classic.

-Coach Scott memories of Princeton's victory over Marquette ten years ago.

This interview is donor-only.

RealPlayer required.

1992 Princeton / Penn finish.

Today's YouTube offering is the final five seconds of Princeton's 1992 win over Penn at The Palestra. The action starts with Sean Jackson at the free throw line looking to ice a two point Tiger lead...

Manhattan pictures.

All pictures courtesy of Bill Allen '79 - NJ Sport/Action.

Thumbs up from Marcus Schroeder.

Noah Savage about to throw one down.

Justin Conway tries a hook.

Edwin Buffmire looks to pass.

Justin Conway.

Luke Owings.

Marcus Schroeder.

Rebounds snared, razor discarded.

Some photos from overseas, as we check in on the newly bearded Judson Wallace and Germany's Eisbaren Bremerhaven. The Ice Bears are stuck in the middle of the Bundesliga tabelle with a 6-4 record. Wallace leads the league in rebounding and has recorded five double-doubles in ten games.

Wallace leads his team with 16.6 ppg and 9.9 rpg, shooting 55.6% from the field.

Penn vs. Princeton.

This aired before a Penn/Princeton game on Comcast, I believe in 2002-2003.

Includes quotes from John Thompson III, Ray Robins and Kyle Wente.

(after) buzzer-beater.

Proof that Arturo Dubois' first half buzzer-beater for Manhattan was anything but.

Photo by Bill Allen '79 - NJ Sport/Action.

Princeton 57 Manhattan 45.

box score : audio - coach joe scott
audio - kyle koncz : audio - marcus schroeder


Footage from ESPNU's "Fiercest Rivalries" program looking at the hardwood battles between Princeton and Penn.

Includes quotes from John Thompson III, Sydney Johnson and Sports Illustrated writer Alex Wolff.

Orange & Black scrimmage.

Princeton held this year's Orange & Black Scrimmage and Clinic at Jadwin Gym less than an hour after the Tigers defeated Dartmouth 27-17 to win a share of the Ivy League football title for the first time in eleven years.

The football game pleased the above dudes greatly.

The scrimmage gave most area Princeton fans their first chance to see this year's crop of Tigers in action. Princeton ran drills for twenty minutes before splitting the roster up for a twenty-five minute game. Score was kept informally and fouls were called by the coaches.

Schroeder, Gunn, Koncz, Owings and Conway (black team) took on Strittmatter, Savage, Finley, Buffmire and Steuerer (orange team). Woolridge, Wilson, Buczak, Petrie, Lake & Briggs all saw time as subs.

Matt Sargeant was the only Princeton player on this year's roster to not suit up for the event, sidelined with a broken finger. Another tough twist for the oft-injured junior guard.

All the best moments came during the clinic, watching Luke Owings give all of the young kids he was instructing nicknames, seeing Noah Savage try to instruct awestruck children on how to perfect the spin dribble, Pawel Buczak lifting a tiny guy up to the rim for a much closer look at the basket and watching Coach Scott ask these bright eyed boys and girls if they had a good time playing with his squad.

Update 11/29/06: Thanks to Stephen Goldsmith for the above four photos.

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