Today's Game: Princeton (0-0 / 0-0) vs. Buffalo (0-0 / 0-0)
Location: Alumni Arena - Buffalo, NY
Time: 12:00 pm ET
Series History: Tied 1-1.
Last meeting: Princeton 61 Buffalo 53 - 11/19/11.
|66.9||Points / Game||73.0|
|62.5||Points Allowed / Game||67.4|
|32.8||Rebounds / Game||40.2|
|8.3||Off. Rebounds / Game||12.1|
|14.5||Assists / Game||16.5|
|12.3||Turnovers / Game||15.0|
|3.9||Blocks / Game||5.1|
|Hummer: 16.1||Points||McCrea: 14.7|
|Hummer: 7.3||Rebounds||McCrea: 6.9|
|Bray: 3.7||Assists||Oldham: 5.9|
|Bray: 1.6||Steals||Oldham: 1.5|
|Hummer: 1.2||Blocks||McCrea: 1.2|
|Connolly: .565||FG% (Min: 10 FGM)||McCrea: .572|
|Darrow: .770||FT% (Min: 10 FTM)||Watson: .919|
|Bray: .402||3PT FG% (Min: 10 3PTM)||Watson: .374|
Team stats are from last season.
Player stats include returning players only.
MCCC vs. Rockland (NY) - 2:00 pm ET
Fairfield vs. CCSU - 8:00 pm ET - Connecticut Six - SNY (tape delay)
Western Michigan vs. Cornell - 12:00 pm ET
Yale vs. Sacred Heart - 5:30 pm ET - Connecticut Six - SNY
Columbia vs. Furman - 7:00 pm ET
Maine vs. Dartmouth - 7:00 pm ET
The Tigers ran into a Yankees pitcher at the airport on their way up to Buffalo.
Basketball games just really shouldn't be played on top of boats. Georgetown (0-0) got in 20 minutes versus Florida before their matchup was halted at halftime due to condensation. The result was a no contest.
Last night Richmond (1-0) crushed Liberty, 84-42. It was the school's 13th straight season-opening victory.
Denver (0-1) could not get entirely out of a 25 point deficit at Iona, falling 65-58.
There were no issues for Oregon State (1-0). The Beavers ripped Niagara, 102-83.
Fairfield begins their year this evening versus Central Connecticut. SNY has the game on tape delay at 10:00 pm ET.
Scoring 17 points and grabbing nine rebounds, Kareem Maddox played what he felt was his best display of the season in a Newcastle victory over Manchester.
Around the Ivy League: Harvard (1-0) started off their season down 10-0 to MIT, but regrouped for the 69-54 victory. Penn (1-0) dug themselves an even deeper hole against UMBC, trailing by as many as 22 in the first half. A 48-15 run turned the scoreboard around and sent the Quakers to an 80-75 decision.