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Saturday News:

Today's Game: Princeton (13-9 / 5-3) vs. Cornell (13-13 / 5-4)
Location: Newman Arena - Ithaca, NY
Time: 7:00 pm ET
Radio: 103.3 fm WPRB
Series History: Princeton leads 138-79.
Last meeting: Princeton 76 Cornell 59 - 2/1/13.

Princeton Cornell
7-4 Home Record 4-7
6-4 Away Record 7-6
0-1 Neutral Record 2-0
130 RPI 215
95 Sagarin 219
84 Pomeroy 229
63.7 Points / Game 66.7
57.1 Points Allowed / Game 68.9
.466 FG% .431
.704 FT% .695
.397 3PT FG% .347
31.5 Rebounds / Game 32.8
9.1 Off. Rebounds / Game         9.6
+2.7 Rebounding Margin -1.3
14.6 Assists / Game 12.5
12.5 Turnovers / Game 13.9
3.3 Blocks / Game 3.7
Hummer: 15.8 Points Miller: 11.0
Hummer: 6.3 Rebounds Miller: 6.7
Hummer: 4.4 Assists Cancer: 2.8
Bray: 1.9 Steals Miller: 1.9
Hummer: 0.8 Blocks Miller: 2.0
Koon: .564 FG% (Min: 10 FGM) Chemerinski: .673
Koon: .772 FT% (Min: 10 FTM) Cressler: .780
Koon: .538 3PT FG% (Min: 10 3PTM)    Cressler: .416

Albany vs. Fairfield - 1:00 pm ET
Richmond vs. Fordham - 1:00 pm ET
Georgetown vs. Syracuse - 4:00 pm ET - CBS
Oregon State vs. Cal - 6:00 pm ET - Pac-12 Network
Denver vs. Northern Iowa - 8:00 pm ET - ESPN3

Dartmouth vs. Brown - 6:00 pm ET
Penn vs. Columbia - 7:00 pm ET
Harvard vs. Yale - 8:00 pm ET - CBS Sports Network

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In addition to our recap read about Princeton's return to the win column on in the Star Ledger, in the Trentonian, in the Columbia Spectator and on

Bill Bradley, Princeton/Georgetown and Princeton/UCLA all made ESPN's list of the top 75 moments in NCAA Tournament history.

While the Tigers were handling the Lions, Princeton recruit Amir Bell and East Brunswick were playing an apparent classic. St. Joseph topped the Bears in double overtime to claim the Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament title.

Future Tiger Henry Caruso had a big night for Serra in the Central Coast Section Open Division quarterfinals.

Lots of games to choose from on this action packed Saturday! Fairfield hosts Albany and Denver plays at Northern Iowa to bookend the day with BrackBuster contests. In-between Richmond visits Fordham, Georgetown has a huge one at #8 Syracuse and Oregon State holds a Senior Night tilt versus Cal.

Around the Ivy League: Harvard (16-7 / 8-1) topped Brown (9-14 / 3-6) in Providence, 65-47. Behind a career high 29 from freshman guard Tony Hicks, Penn (7-18 / 4-4) trumped Cornell (13-13 / 5-4) with a 79-71 final. Yale (11-15 / 5-4) won 78-67 over Dartmouth (6-17 / 2-7).

Steven Postrel said,

February 23, 2013 @ 3:12 pm

It'll be interesting to see if Princeton can make last night's defensive intensity the new normal. If they can, I look for a convincing win over a Cornell team that will be desperate but has to have doubts after losing at home again to a team they thought they should have beaten.

David Lewis said,

February 23, 2013 @ 6:22 pm

Has Penn finally turned the corner? You can see that Penn has raw talent, Hicks especially. I think that Penn's fall has been as bad or worse than Princeton's under Joe Scott. I think it would be great for the league to have Penn and Princeton in the Ivy hunt every year again, with or without Harvard. The Penn fan base is much more rabid than Princeton's. (Check out the Penn site at basketball u) I have almost felt sorry for them at times but knew that it would just be a matter of time.

Jon Solomon said,

February 24, 2013 @ 12:50 am


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