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Men's Basketball 2013-14 Schedule Unveiled
Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 08/05/2013
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The Princeton men's basketball team's 2013-14 schedule is below. Please note that times are TBA unless listed and will be added on the schedule page as they are known.

Home Notes (2012-13 Records)
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Florida A&M (8-23) at Princeton (17-11, 10-4 Ivy)
Sunday, Nov. 10, 1 p.m. in Jadwin Gym
Series record: Princeton leads 2-0
Series record at Princeton: First meeting
Last meeting: Princeton won 76-61 on Jan. 1, 2012 in Tallahassee, Fla.
On the Rattlers: All of FAMU's top four scorers last season will be back as seniors this year, led by 5-10 guard Reggie Adams (14.0 ppg). Top rebounder Markee Teal (5.2 rpg), at 6-7, was a senior last season.
  Princeton at Butler (27-9, NCAA Round of 32)
Saturday, Nov. 16 in Indianapolis, Ind.
Series record: Butler leads 2-0
Series record at Butler: Butler leads 2-0
Last meeting: Butler won 63-58 on Jan. 2, 1962 in Indianapolis, Ind.
On the Bulldogs: Butler is joining the new Big East this season and will be doing so with a new head coach, Brandon Miller, as Brad Stevens moved on to lead the Boston Celtics. The Bulldogs lost their top two scorers from last season, led by Rotnei Clarke (16.9 ppg). Roosevelt Jones, a 6-4 junior, is the top returning scorer at 10.1 ppg.
 
  Lafayette (19-15) at Princeton
Wednesday, Nov. 20 at Jadwin Gym
Series record: Princeton leads 47-18
Series record at Princeton: Princeton leads 34-7
Last meeting: Princeton won 72-53 on Nov. 24, 2012 in Easton, Pa.
On the Leopards: The Leopards got hot toward the end of the season last year, winning seven in a row before losing to Bucknell in the Patriot League final. Six players scored more than 90 percent of the team's points last season, and four of those six are back, led by 6-7 junior Seth Hinrichs (14.5 ppg, 4.9 rpg).
 
  Princeton at Rice (5-26)
Saturday, Nov. 23 at Houston, Texas
Series record: Princeton leads 2-1
Series record at Rice: Rice leads 1-0
Last meeting: Princeton won 51-28 on Jan. 6, 2007 at Jadwin Gym
On the Owls: Ben Braun, who was the head coach at California when the Bears edged Princeton in the 1997 NCAA Tournament, is in his sixth season in Houston. Rice loses both of its double-digit average scorers from last season, led by Tamir Jackson (17.7 ppg). Max Guercy, a 5-9 sophomore, is the leading returning scorer 9.5 ppg.
 
  George Mason (22-16) at Princeton
Tuesday, Nov. 26 at Jadwin Gym
Series record: First Meeting
Series record at Princeton: First Meeting
Last meeting: N/A
On the Patriots: GMU extended its season to the College Basketball Invitational postseason tournament final game last season before losing to Santa Clara. The Patriots are now in the Atlantic 10 Conference and will bring along their leading scorer from 2012-13 in 6-4 redshirt senior Sherrod Wright (16.6 ppg), who had nearly 25 percent of the team's points last season.
 
  Princeton at Bucknell (28-6, NCAA Round of 64)
Saturday, Nov. 30 at Lewisburg, Pa.
Series record: Princeton leads 11-4
Series record at Bucknell: Princeton leads 3-2
Last meeting: Princeton won 79-67 on Dec. 22, 2012 at Jadwin Gym
On the Bison: Bucknell is moving on without its all-time leading scorer, Mike Muscala (18.7 ppg, 11.1 rpg), who was a second-round pick by the Dallas Mavericks before being traded to Atlanta. Of the four players who averaged double-figure scoring last season, only 6-5 senior guard Cameron Ayers (12.4 ppg) is back.
 
  Fairleigh Dickinson (7-24) at Princeton
Saturday, Dec. 7 at Jadwin Gym
Series record: First Meeting
Series record at Princeton: First Meeting
Last meeting: N/A
On the Knights: FDU is under first-year head coach Greg Herenda, who was previously the head coach at UMass-Lowell. Both double-digit average scorers were seniors last year, led by Kinu Rochford (14.7 ppg, 8.9 rpg). Mathias Seilund, a 6-7 senior (5.9 ppg), is the leading returning scorer.
 
  Princeton at Rutgers (15-16)
Wednesday, Dec. 11 at Piscataway, N.J.
Series record: Princeton leads 74-45
Series record at Rutgers: Princeton leads 29-26
Last meeting: Rutgers won 58-52 on Nov. 16, 2012 at Jadwin Gym
On the Scarlet Knights: Rutgers will play its only year in the American Athletic Conference under a first-year coach in alumnus Eddie Jordan. Rutgers lost its leading scorer from last season, 6-2 Eli Carter, to a transfer to Florida. Myles Mack, a 5-9 junior, is the leading returning scorer at 13.6 ppg a year ago.
 
  Princeton at Penn State (10-21)
Saturday, Dec. 14 at State College, Pa.
Series record: Penn State leads 8-3
Series record at Penn State: Penn State leads 4-0
Last meeting: Penn State won 61-38 on Dec. 12, 2007 at State College, Pa.
On the Nittany Lions: Penn State brings back its leading scorer from a year ago, 6-4 redshirt junior D.J. Newbill (16.3 ppg), but loses its only other player to start more than 27 of the team's 31 games last year in 6-4 Jermaine Marshall (15.3 ppg). The game against Princeton will take place in the university's Rec Hall, an event that will bring the Nittany Lions back to their old gym for the first time since 1986.
 
  Princeton vs. Pacific (22-13, NCAA Round of 64)
Friday, Dec. 20 at Las Vegas, Nev.
Series record: First Meeting
Series record on neutral courts: First Meeting
Last meeting: N/A
On the Pacific Tigers: Pacific lost its two leading scorers from last season, led by 6-0 Lorenzo McCloud (11.1 ppg). The leading returning scorer is 6-1 senior Sama Taku, who was third on the team last season at 8.1 ppg. Pacific will be playing under first-year head coach Ron Verlin, who was an assistant coach for 19 seasons under Pacific's 25-season head coach Bob Thomason.
 
  Princeton vs. Portland (11-21)
Saturday, Dec. 21 at Las Vegas, Nev.
Series record: First Meeting
Series record on neutral courts: First Meeting
Last meeting: N/A
On the Pilots: Ryan Nicholas led the team in scoring (13.0 ppg) and rebounding (8.7 rpg) last season and returns as a 6-7 senior. Portland returns its top three scorers from last season, but its leading assist man, Derrick Rodgers (3.4 apg) was a senior in 2012-13.
 
  Kent State (21-14) at Princeton
Tuesday, Dec. 31, 12 p.m. at Jadwin Gym
Series record: Princeton leads 1-0
Series record at Princeton: First Meeting
Last meeting: Princeton won 62-50 on Dec. 1, 2012 in Kent, Ohio
On the Golden Flashes: Chris Evans (16.2 ppg, 7.7 rpg), at 6-8, and Randal Holt (14.7 ppg), at 6-1, were the two players who averaged double-figure scoring last season and both were seniors. Kris Brewer, a 6-4 junior, was the team's leading assist man last season at 2.7 apg and is the leading returning scorer at 9.1 ppg.
 
  Princeton at Liberty (15-21, NCAA Round of 68)
Saturday, Jan. 4, 2 p.m. at Lynchburg, Va.
Series record: First Meeting
Series record at Liberty: First Meeting
Last meeting: N/A
On the Flames: The Flames lost their first seven games last season and entered the Big South Tournament at 11-20. That didn't stop them from winning four in a row to claim the NCAA bid, where Liberty lost by just one point to Florida A&M in an opening-round game. Three players averaged between 13 and 14 ppg last season, and two are back in 6-0 senior John Caleb Sanders (14.4 ppg) and 5-11 senior Davon Marshall (13.6 ppg).
 
  Princeton at Penn (9-22, 6-8 Ivy)
Saturday, Jan. 11 at Philadelphia, Pa.
Series record: Penn leads 123-105
Series record at Penn: Penn leads 66-43
Last meeting at Penn: Princeton won 71-58 on Mar. 12, 2013 in Philadelphia, Pa.
On the Quakers: Penn lost no one from last year's team, with 6-3 Miles Cartwright (13.5 ppg) as the only player to start all 30 games. Fellow senior Fran Dougherty, at 6-8, was limited to 12 games due to injury and illness last season but averaged 13.8 ppg. Of the 13 who played last season, 12 started at least one game.
 
  Kean (7-18) at Princeton
Sunday, Jan. 26, 2 p.m. at Jadwin Gym
Series record: First Meeting
Series record at Princeton: First Meeting
Last meeting at Princeton: N/A
On the Cougars: Kean lost just one starter to graduation (6-1 Mike Shaughnessy) while its two leading scorers, 5-8 Michael Burton (14.9 ppg) and 6-5 Kyle Latorre (8.9 ppg, 7.9 rpg) are eligible to return. TCNJ, Princeton's opponent in last year's annual Division III game, swept Kean in the teams' two NJAC meetings.
 
  Princeton at Harvard (20-10, 11-3 Ivy, NCAA Round of 32)
Friday, Jan. 31 at Cambridge, Mass.
Series record: Princeton leads 129-41
Series record at Harvard: Princeton leads 53-30
Last meeting at Harvard: Harvard won 69-57 on Feb. 16, 2013
On the Crimson: Harvard returns four starters from last season, including first-team All-Ivy League honorees 6-0 Siyani Chambers (12.4 ppg) and 6-5 Wesley Saunders (16.2 ppg). Laurent Rivard, 6-5, an honorable mention All-Ivy player who averaged 2.7 3-pointers per game, is back for his senior season.
 
  Princeton at Dartmouth (9-19, 5-9 Ivy)
Saturday, Feb. 1 at Hanover, N.H.
Series record: Princeton leads 144-61
Series record at Dartmouth: Princeton leads 59-40
Last meeting at Dartmouth: Princeton won 73-55 on Feb. 15, 2013
On the Big Green: Dartmouth returns its top five scorers from last season, led by 6-9 Gabas Maldunas (11.4 ppg) and the team's 3-point leader, Alex Mitola (11.3 ppg). Dartmouth's five Ivy League wins last season were more than it had in the previous three seasons combined and represented its best Ivy record since going 7-7 in 2008-09, the last time Dartmouth beat Princeton.
 
  Columbia (12-16, 4-10 Ivy) at Princeton
Friday, Feb. 7 at Jadwin Gym
Series record: Princeton leads 145-84
Series record at Princeton: Princeton leads 79-33
Last meeting at Princeton: Princeton won 72-66 on Feb. 2, 2013
On the Lions: Columbia loses leading scorer 6-1 Brian Barbour (12.1 ppg) on the outside and 6-9 Mark Cisco (8.1 ppg) on the inside, but the Lions return all four of the other players who started at least 10 games last season, led by 6-3 sophomore Grant Mullins (9.7 ppg).
 
  Cornell (13-18, 5-9 Ivy) at Princeton
Saturday, Feb. 8 at Jadwin Gym
Series record: Princeton leads 139-79
Series record at Princeton: Princeton leads 82-27
Last meeting at Princeton: Princeton won 76-59 on Feb. 1, 2013
On the Big Red: First-team All-Ivy Leaguer 6-7 Shonn Miller (11.5 ppg, 6.8 rpg) is back, though Cornell's next two leading scorers, 6-3 Johnathan Gray (10.0 ppg) and 6-6 Errick Peck (9.7 ppg) are not. Twelve Big Red players got a start last season, and five of those players are on the upcoming season's roster.
 
  Princeton at Brown (13-15, 7-7 Ivy)
Friday, Feb. 14 at Providence, R.I.
Series record: Princeton leads 97-27
Series record at Brown: Princeton leads 39-22
Last meeting at Brown: Brown won 80-67 on Mar. 9, 2013
On the Bears: Leading scorer 6-5 Matt Sullivan (14.1 ppg) is not back, but the rest of Brown's starting lineup from last season is, led by 6-1 Sean McGonagill (14.0 ppg) and 6-9 Rafael Maia (10.5 ppg, 7.5 rpg). Brown ended last season my winning four of five after a 3-6 Ivy start.
 
  Princeton at Yale (14-17, 8-6 Ivy)
Saturday, Feb. 15 at New Haven, Conn.
Series record: Princeton leads 144-84
Series record at Yale: Princeton leads 57-56
Last meeting at Yale: Yale won 71-66 on Mar. 8, 2013
On the Bulldogs: Of the six players who started the most games last season for Yale, five are back. The one that isn't, 5-11 Austin Morgan (10.9 ppg), is the only Bulldog to have started all 31 games and was the team's leading scorer. Sophomore Justin Sears (9.5 ppg), 6-8, is the leading scorer among the returners.
 
  Dartmouth at Princeton
Friday, Feb. 21 at Jadwin Gym
Series record at Princeton: Princeton leads 84-17
Last meeting at Princeton: Princeton won 68-63 on Mar. 2, 2013
 
  Harvard at Princeton
Saturday, Feb. 22 at Jadwin Gym
Series record at Princeton: Princeton leads 75-11
Last meeting at Princeton: Princeton won 58-53 on Mar. 1, 2013
 
  Yale at Princeton
Friday, Feb. 28 at Jadwin Gym
Series record at Princeton: Princeton leads 85-27
Last meeting at Princeton: Yale won 69-65 on Feb. 9, 2013
 
  Brown at Princeton
Saturday, Mar. 1 at Jadwin Gym
Series record at Princeton: Princeton leads 58-5
Last meeting at Princeton: Princeton won 63-46 on Feb. 8, 2013
 
  Princeton at Cornell
Friday, Mar. 7 at Ithaca, N.Y.
Series record at Cornell: Princeton leads 56-50
Last meeting at Cornell: Princeton won 72-53 on Feb. 23, 2013
 
  Princeton at Columbia
Saturday, Mar. 8 at New York, N.Y.
Series record at Columbia: Princeton leads 64-50
Last meeting at Columbia: Princeton won 65-40 on Feb. 22, 2013
 
Penn at Princeton
Tuesday, Mar. 11 at Jadwin Gym
Series record at Princeton: Princeton leads 59-53
Last meeting at Princeton: Princeton won 65-53 on Jan. 12, 2013
 
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