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Cornell pictures.

Photos from today's game courtesy Stephen Goldsmith.

John Comfort wearing a tribute to Christian "Crunch" Regulski on his warmup, as did every member of the Princeton team.

Ian Hummer catches a Dan Mavraides pass...

...and reverses it for two plus the foul.

Douglas Davis.

Will Barrett had his best game of the season by far.

Coach Sydney Johnson.

Dan Mavraides.

Maddox catches an alley oop. Expect an animated .gif of this one tomorrow!

Someone's ready to go home at halftime.

Brendan Connolly.

Patrick Saunders.

Another impressive Maddox slam. Ho hum.

T.J. Bray.

Mavraides drives.

Davis on the dribble.

Hummer with a scoop.

75% of last year's senior class in the stands: Nick Lake, Zach Finley and Marcus Schroeder.

Jimmy Sherburne drives for his first basket of the season.

R.W. Enoch, Jr. said,

February 26, 2011 @ 2:01 am

Really excellent action shots tonight. I particularly like the one of Connolly ready to pass from against the side-line and all the shots of Kareem dominating the hoop.

Paltry attendance for the final home weekend of a championship contending team...

Jon Solomon said,

February 26, 2011 @ 2:05 am

Save for the Harvard game, attendance has been an issue.

I hear a decent crowd (including tons of kids) is expected on Saturday for a number of reasons.

Would be great if the students *and* the community/alums could both show on the same evening. Seems like it has been one, the other or neither over the first 11 home games.


Jon Solomon said,

February 26, 2011 @ 2:07 am

To finish with a positive before I log off tonight, I fully expect at least 300 of the 2,000 seats at Harvard next weekend to be occupied by Princeton boosters. Bob Ruxin's sold 250+, the team gets ~50 comps and other Tiger fans may have purchased on their own. I know my folks grabbed 4-5 that way.

David Lewis said,

February 26, 2011 @ 10:07 am

I have never seen a Princeton team run the floor like that. I forgot I was at Jadwin Gym. The game was a lot closer than the score. Cornell is much better than their record and will give Penn a good fight if they are not too tired. The defense was great the last six minutes but there were too many lapses overall. I just hope they know how to slow things down if they make it to the post-season. It's one thing to run with Cornell, it's another thing to try to do it against a Big Ten or Big East opponent.

larry said,

February 26, 2011 @ 1:26 pm

Attendance, ticket pricing, marketing can make good off season conversation. As a season ticket holder (4 tickets) I'm fine. But if I am a guy walking up to the window with a wife & two kids I grimace a bit. On those dates that I have an 'extra' ticket that is the guy that gets it..

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