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Honoring the 1997-98 team.

Pictures courtesy of Stephen Goldsmith.

Princeton honored the Ivy League champion 1997-98 Tigers team at halftime of the Manhattan game. Pictured from left to right are: team manager Mike McDonnell, James Mastaglio, Gabe Lewullis, Chris Kilburn-Peterson and Darren Hite.

In the above photo you can see Kilburn-Peterson, Hite, Mitch Henderson, Sean Gregory and C.J. Chapman.

Not pictured, but also on hand for the celebration: Brian Earl, assistant coach Howie Levy, Phil Belin, Terence Rozier-Byrd and team manager Corey Riley.

David Lewis said,

December 17, 2007 @ 9:01 am

Unfortunately, I missed the game. It seems like once the ball stopped going to Finley with 12 minutes to play the offense stopped working. Was he that well guarded? Finley's prowess in the paint should create open perimeter shots. What happened?

Jon Solomon said,

December 17, 2007 @ 10:00 am


As I wrote in my recap, Manhattan's pressure and Princeton's inability to take care of the basketball blew up many possessions before the Tigers could even look down low.


Domenick Tibaldo said,

December 17, 2007 @ 2:15 pm

I went to take the trash out and shovel the driveway with PU leading 49-36 and about 11 minutes left. Came back and I was shocked they lost.

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