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Ian Hummer, +18.

A reader got this into my head last night, but I didn't have a chance to review the play-by-play until early this morning: Against Manhattan on Wednesday, Princeton was +18 in the scoring column when freshman forward Ian Hummer (above, left) was in the game.

First Half

2-12 IN 15:26
23-20 OUT 4:55 (+13)

25-26 IN 2:29
31-34 OUT 0:34 (-2)

Second Half

35-35 IN 17:09
57-52 OUT 1:09 (+5)

57-52 IN 0:44
59-54 OUT 0:07 (+2)

In the season opener at Central Michigan, Hummer helped the Tigers to a +10 advantage when he was on the floor, despite sitting on the bench for the last 9:41 of the second half.

First Half

21-20 IN
29-34 OUT (+6)

34-37 IN
39-43 OUT (+1)

Second Half

39-43 IN
46-53 OUT (+3)

Glenn Morris said,

November 21, 2009 @ 9:41 pm

Nice stat, Jon; one of the most informative. Hummer has terrific court sense, but is a gifted, intuitive defender, who can effectively guard at the perimeter or underneath. He has a quickness on defense that reminds me of Venable and going further back, Mitch Henderson.

Jon Solomon said,

November 21, 2009 @ 10:02 pm

Glenn - Hummer was +5 today according to my count.

I wish the NCAA would generate HD box scores like the NBA now does!

Right now people have to create their own.

KenPom is a big champion of these boxes:

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