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Ivy: Season 2012-2013

Ivy Ranking
1. Princeton 13-1 (22-6)
2. Harvard 11-3 (20-8)
3. Pennsylvania 9-5 (16-12)
4. Yale 8-6 (13-15)
5. Cornell 5-9 (13-15)
6. Dartmouth 4-10 (6-22)
7. Brown 3-11 (9-19)
8. Columbia 3-11 (5-23)


Princeton University wins the USA Ivy 2012-2013 title (Photo: Ivy League)

Ivy Men 2012-2013
Official Web Site

Princeton University 2012-13
Courtney Banghart Courtney Banghart Banghart
Nicole Hung
Hung
Megan Bowen
Bowen
Kate Miller
Miller
Niveen Rasheed
Rasheed
Alex Wheatley
Wheatley
# Name CM (INCH) Pos Bo NAT
10  Hung Nicole 180 (5'11'') G 92 USA
43  Bowen Megan 190 (6'3'') C 90 USA
20  Miller Kate 183 (6'0'') F 90 USA
24  Rasheed Niveen 183 (6'0'') F 91 USA
21  Wheatley Alex 188 (6'2'') F 94 USA
22  Williams Taylor 190 (6'3'') F USA
32  Helmstetter Kristen 183 (6'0'') F USA
3  Polansky Lauren 173 (5'8'') G USA
5  Rodgers Alex 175 (5'9'') G USA
11  Dietrick Blake 178 (5'10'') G USA
23  Shivers Jess 190 (6'3'') C USA
25  Smith Mariah 183 (6'0'') G USA
12  Berntsen Amanda 173 (5'8'') G USA
34  Miller Michelle 178 (5'10'') G USA
15  Tarakchian Annie 183 (6'0'') USA
Head Coach: Courtney Banghart
Coach Assistant: Megan Griffith
Coach Assistant: Milena Flores


It's Time to Dance: Princeton Wins Fourth-Straight Outright Women's Basketball Title - Mar 13, 2013

PRINCETON, N.J. -- The long hours, tiring practices and most of all battles on the court were undoubtedly worth it as the Princeton women's basketball team can once again call itself Ivy League champion. Saturday's 80-51 win over Brown brought home the fourth consecutive outright Ivy title, procuring the squad's ticket to the NCAA tournament.

The road to four straight Ivy championships began with the Class of 2013. The winningest class in Ivy women's basketball history, the quartet is an unprecedented 53-2 all-time in league play. They are taking this team to its fourth consecutive Big Dance, something that had never happened before they stepped onto campus.

The four seniors each shone on their night, Senior Night. Niveen Rasheed (6'0''-F-91) (14), Kate Miller (6'0''-F-90) (12) and Megan Bowen (6'3''-C-90) (11) each were in double figures, while Lauren Polansky (5'8''-G) tallied six rebounds.

The catalyst to the program's unparalleled success, the group closed out their Jadwin Gym playing days on a high note. They have won the last 20 consecutive home contests, as an aside.

A flat start by the Tigers provided Brown the initial advantage and the Bears went on to hold as high as an eight-point lead. It took an Alex Wheatley layin to lift Princeton to a 16-15 advantage at 9:43 and from there both sides battled for control through halftime.

Unable to seize a comfortable lead before the break, it was a Kristen Helmstetter basket at 14:21 that proved to be the turning point. She put the Tigers up by 10, 44-34, and Brown was unable to get closer than seven for the rest of the night.

Along with the trio of seniors in double digits, Helmstetter had 11 points and off the bench Michelle Miller tallied 12, including three triples.

Princeton (21-6, 12-1 Ivy) has one final regular season test, heading to Penn for a Tuesday, March 12 meeting at 5 p.m.

And then the Tigers will wait for the NCAA Selection Show to find out their tournament fate.

Courtesy of Princeton

All-Ivy League 1st Team 2012-2013
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Niveen Rasheed
Rasheed
Alyssa Baron
Baron
Christine Clark
Clark
Sarah Halejian
Halejian
Victoria Lippert
Lippert
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Player of the Year: Niveen Rasheed (6'0''-F-91) of Princeton
Defensive Player of the Year: Lauren Polansky (5'8''-G) of Princeton
Rookie of the Year: Temitope Fagbenle (6'4''-F-92) of Harvard

1st Team
G: Alyssa Baron (5'10'') of Pennsylvania
G: Christine Clark (5'11'') of Harvard
G: Sarah Halejian (5'9''-92) of Yale
G: Victoria Lippert (6'0'') of Harvard
F: Niveen Rasheed (6'0''-91) of Princeton

2nd Team
C: Megan Bowen (6'3''-90) of Princeton
G: Lauren Clarke (5'6'') of Brown
G: Allyson Dimagno (5'11'') of Cornell
F: Temitope Fagbenle (6'4''-92) of Harvard
F: Kristen Helmstetter (6'0'') of Princeton

Honorable Mention
Sheila Dixon (5'10''-G) of Brown
Janna Graf (6'0''-F-92) of Yale
Keiera Ray (5'9''-G) of Pennsylvania
Megan Vasquez (5'8''-G-91) of Yale
Nicola Zimmer (5'9''-G) of Dartmouth


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