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Princeton Wins Ivy League Tournament - Mar 12, 2017


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Philadelphia , PA - Princeton completed its undefeated Ivy League season Saturday afternoon in a 71-59 win over Yale.

The Tigers, who struggled mightily from outside in their semifinal overtime win over Penn, shot a tremendous 11-of-26 from deep. Down 32-31 early in the second half, The Tigers went on a 21-9 run and never looked back. Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year, Tournament MVP and semifinal hero, Myles Stephens (6'5''-G), scored a game-high 23 points and pulled down eight boards. The 6-5 sophomore's ability to play much bigger than his frame allowed Princeton to go small and pick apart a Yale defense that was tremendous in the first half. In the second stanza, Yale simply didn't have an answer for Stephens and Princeton's barrage of threes.

Unlike in the semifinal, Stephens received scoring help from 6-5 senior Steven Cook, who added 15 off 3-of-5 from deep and several tremendous finishes around the rim, and 6-1 sophomore Devin Cannady, who scored 13 points on 3-of-6 from deep. The Tigers veteran core of Cook, Spencer Weisz, and Amir Bell, held Yale's star freshman Miye Oni, who scored 18 in Yale's semifinal victory over Harvard, to just three points.

For Yale, 6-3 sophomore Alex Copeland lead the way off the bench with 14 points. Sam Downey, a talented 6-9 senior added 12 points and six boards. The Bulldogs return three starters next year along with last season's NCAA Tournament hero Makai Mason who was out for the season.

Princeton advances to its first NCAA Tournament since 2011 and will look to become the fourth Ivy League team in the last five years to grab a first round win. With Myles Stephens (6'5''-G) playing his best basketball of his career, and with Steven Cook finding his stroke from deep, Princeton will be a difficult first round match up.

This article was written by Robert Smuckler and edited by Carl Berman of NetScouts Basketball.   




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South Carolina adds Maine grad-transfer Myers - 1 day ago
South Carolina is adding some immediate help in its follow-up season to a Final Four run. Wesley Myers (6'2''-G-95), a graduate transfer from Maine, is joining the Gamecocks' program, according to FanRag Sports' Jon Rothstein. The 6-foot-2 guard gives Frank Martin's team an instant infusion of scoring as they look to replace SEC player of the year Sindarius Thornwell and PJ Dozier. Myers 16.9 points per game last year on 43.7 percent shooting, including a 34.3 percent mark from 3-point ra...   [read more]

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Top prospect Marvin Bagley III commits to Duke, to enroll for 2017-18 season - 2 days ago
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Wisconsin Badgers defeat NZ Breakers squad 85-75 in tour opener - 2 days ago
Wisconsin got off to a winning start on its five-game trip to New Zealand and Australia on Tuesday, beating an NZ Breakers squad 85-75. The Badgers were tied 57-57 after three quarters but pulled away to win the first of their two games in New Zealand. Wisconsin, the alma mater of current Breakers shooting guard Kirk Penney, will next play a Breakers selection in Tauranga on Thursday before playing three games in Australia on the 12-day trip. Sophomore Brevin Pritzl (6'3''-G) led Wisconsi...   [read more]


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