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Brown 64 Princeton 57.

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audio - coach sydney johnson
audio - nick lake

Damon Huffman's three point shot began a 14-0 Brown run that decided the Bears' 64-57 victory over Princeton on Friday night. Trailing 43-38 with 11:57 to play in regulation, Brown scored on four straight possessions to pull away from the Tigers.

Huffman finished with a game-high 18 points, one of four Brown players in double figures.

Senior Noah Savage and sophomore Nick Lake each recorded 16 for Princeton, who lost for the 20th consecutive time away from home.

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Friday News:

Today's Game: Princeton (5-19 / 2-7) vs. Brown (15-9 / 7-3)
Location: Pizzitola Sports Center - Providence, RI
Time: 7:00 pm ET
Radio: N/A
Series History: Princeton leads 91-22.
Last meeting: Brown 65 Princeton 63 (OT) - 2/16/08.

Brown Princeton
7-3 Home Record 5-5
8-6 Away Record 0-11
112 RPI 330
144 Sagarin 309
158 Pomeroy 303
68.0 Points / Game 57.1
65.3 Points Allowed / Game 64.0
.458 FG% .426
.745 FT% .697
.395 3PT FG% .332
30.5 Rebounds / Game 27.7
7.4 Off. Rebounds / Game         8.5
13.7 Assists / Game 12.3
13.5 Turnovers / Game 14.3
2.6 Blocks / Game 2.0
McAndrew: 16.9 Points Finley: 10.4
Skrelja: 6.5 Rebounds Finley: 4.7
Skrelja: 4.1 Assists Gunn: 3.0
McAndrew: 1.2 Steals Schroeder: 1.5
Mullery: 1.4 Blocks Finley: 1.0
Skrelja: .516 FG% (Min: 10 FGM) Briggs: .550
McAndrew: .812 FT% (Min: 10 FTM) Koncz: .868
Sullivan: .469 3PT FG% (Min: 10 3PTM)    Gunn: .365

Harvard vs. Columbia - 7:00 pm ET
Dartmouth vs. Cornell - 7:00 pm ET
Penn vs. Yale - 7:00 pm ET - YES

A preview of this weekend's games can be found in the Daily Princetonian.

Bill Carmody's job at Northwestern appears to be secure.

Denver (11-17) dropped its 5th straight, falling 65-55 at UALR. The Pioneers will be the 9th seed in the Sun Belt Conference Tournament.

ESPN salutes Bill Bradley.

ESPN's 25 Greatest Players in College Basketball: No. 7 Bill Bradley.

Coach Sydney Johnson - 2/28/08.

Princeton head coach Sydney Johnson and editor Jon Solomon met at Jadwin Gym on Thursday morning to review Princeton's weekend at Harvard and Dartmouth and to discuss the Tigers' final road trip of the season. This interview is 13:00+ in length.

Thursday News:

Denver vs. UALR - 8:30 pm ET

Will Venable hit a three run home run in the sixth inning of the Padres' intrasquad game.

The story of Princeton alum John Rogers and the time he beat Michael Jordan one-on-one.

Today's Craig Robinson profile comes to you courtesy of the Hartford Courant.

Georgetown (23-4) defeated St. John's 64-52.

Behind Dan Geriot and his career-best 35 points, Richmond (15-11) won 82-71 at St. Bonaventure. The 15 wins are the most for a Spiders team since 2003-04.

Denver visits UALR in Sun Belt play.

Wednesday News:

Richmond vs. St. Bonaventure - 7:00 pm ET
St. John's vs. Georgetown - 9:00 pm ET - ESPNU

Craig Moore hit eight three point shots and Northwestern (8-18) finally grabbed its first Big Ten victory of the season, 62-60 at Michigan.

Austin Freeman and Georgetown host St. John's this evening.

Richmond travels to St. Bonaventure.

6'9" Justin Coughlin has committed to Denver.

The New York Times has a piece on Jeff Orleans' retirement.

Tuesday News:

Northwestern vs. Michigan - 9:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network

Despite playing in just one game last weekend, Kyle Koncz is Princeton's representative in the Ivy Weekly Men's Basketball Awards.

Searching for something completely unrelated, I stumbled upon the New York Daily News article on Princeton's 1996 victory over UCLA in the NCAA tournament.

Northwestern plays in Ann Arbor tonight.

The San Diego Padres have the makings of a pretty good basketball team.

Monday News:

Recaps of the weekend's games from New England are in today's Daily Princetonian, the Harvard Crimson and The Dartmouth.

Denver (11-16) dropped a 60-54 decision at home to New Orleans.

Sunday News:

New Orleans vs. Denver - 6:00 pm ET.

Stores on yesterday's loss to Dartmouth can be found on, the Trenton Times, courtesy of the Associated Press and on

The Harvard Crimson has an article on Friday's victory over Princeton.

Georgetown (22-4) defeated Cincinnati yesterday afternoon, clamping down on defense in a 73-53 victory.

Kevin Coble scored a career-high 37 points, but Northwestern (7-18) missed a three pointer at the buzzer that would have forced overtime, falling 85-82 to #15 Indiana.

Richmond (14-11) dropped a 59-53 decision at George Washington.

Denver hosts New Orleans in their final home game of the season.

Around the Ivy League: Cornell (18-5 / 10-0) moved three games up with four to play, getting by Brown (15-9 / 7-3), 74-65. Harvard (8-18 / 3-7) swept the Quakers and Tigers for the first time since 1987, besting Penn (10-16 / 5-4), 89-79. Columbia (13-12 / 6-4) moved into third place in the conference with a 68-62 win over Yale (10-14 / 4-6).

Dartmouth 71 Princeton 52.

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Dartmouth ended a seven game losing streak and extended Princeton's woes to seven consecutive games with a surprisingly easy 71-52 victory on Saturday at Leede Arena.

The Tigers, playing without the services of second-leading scorer and senior co-captain Kyle Koncz, who injured his hip in the second half of Princeton's loss to Harvard the previous evening, could not match the Big Green's energy level.

DeVon Mosley had a game-high 18 points to lead three Dartmouth players in double figures. Classmates Marcus Schroeder and Zach Finley each scored 10 for Princeton.

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Saturday News:

Today's Game: Princeton (5-18 / 2-6) vs. Dartmouth (8-15 / 1-8)
Location: Leede Arena - Hanover, NH
Time: 7:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: Princeton leads 139-59.
Last meeting: Princeton 57 Dartmouth 53 - 2/1/08.

Dartmouth Princeton
5-4 Home Record 5-5
2-11 Away Record 0-10
308 RPI 323
308 Sagarin 299
326 Pomeroy 288
63.3 Points / Game 57.3
71.0 Points Allowed / Game 63.7
.420 FG% .429
.655 FT% .691
.314 3PT FG% .335
33.4 Rebounds / Game 27.7
12.0 Off. Rebounds / Game         8.3
12.2 Assists / Game 12.5
14.5 Turnovers / Game 14.3
3.6 Blocks / Game 2.0
Barnett: 16.1 Points Finley: 10.4
Barnett: 7.0 Rebounds Finley: 4.9
Mosley: 2.0 Assists Gunn: 3.0
Mosley: 2.0 Steals Schroeder: 1.5
Barnett: 1.3 Blocks Finley: 1.1
Powers: .657 FG% (Min: 10 FGM) Lake: .556
Mosley: .889 FT% (Min: 10 FTM) Koncz: .868
Barnett: .353 3PT FG% (Min: 10 3PTM)    Gunn: .368

Cincinnati vs. Georgetown - 12:00 pm ET - ESPN+
Richmond vs. George Washington - 2:00 pm ET
Indiana vs. Northwestern - 8:00 pm ET - Big Ten Network

Brown vs. Cornell - 7:00 pm ET
Yale vs. Columbia - 7:00 pm ET
Penn vs. Harvard - 7:00 pm ET - CN8

Articles about last night's Princeton / Harvard game can be found on, in the Boston Herald, courtesy of the Associated Press and on

The Harvard Crimson was live-blogging last night's game.

Roy Hibbert and Georgetown host Cincinnati this afternoon.

Northwestern welcomes Indiana in the first game of the post-Kelvin Sampson era.

Richmond travels to George Washington.

Around the Ivy League: Cornell (17-5 / 9-0) kept rolling, outscoring Yale (10-3 / 4-5) by 23 in the second half of an 85-65 victory. Brown (15-8 / 7-2) pulled away from Columbia (12-12 / 5-4), 67-52. Penn (10-15 / 5-3) shot 12-17 from behind the arc in an 88-52 victory over Dartmouth (8-15 / 1-8).

Harvard 74 Princeton 67 (OT).

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audio - coach sydney johnson
audio - noah savage

It happened again.

Harvard scored the final eight points of regulation to force an unexpected overtime and then ran off the first seven points of the extra frame to send a shocked Princeton team packing. The Crimson, who had seen a five point lead slip away in the final 30 seconds last Friday against Cornell, flipped a familiar script on the Tigers one week later with 2:30 to go, rallying for a 74-67 win.

It was the Tigers' 18th consecutive road defeat.

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