The 2010-11 Tigers are the most recent of Princeton's 26 Ivy League championship teams.

2010-11 (25-7, 12-2 Ivy) Princeton finished atop the Ivy League after 14 games and won the NCAA bid in a playoff victory over Harvard on a buzzer-beating shot by Douglas Davis '12.

2003-04 (20-8, 13-1 Ivy) The Tigers won the Ivy League by three games over Penn and Brown.

2001-02 (16-12, 11-3 Ivy) For the first time in Ivy history, three teams claimed the league title, all finishing 11-3.

2000-01 (16-11, 11-3 Ivy) Princeton won the Ivy League by two games over Brown and Penn.

1997-98 (27-2, 14-0 Ivy) The nationally ranked Tigers finished the Ivy League a perfect 14-0 for the second straight year, winning the league by four games over Penn.

1996-97 (24-4, 14-0 Ivy) Princeton finished four games clear of Dartmouth and Harvard, going perfect through the Ivy for the first time since 1991.

1995-96 (22-7, 12-2 Ivy) The Tigers shared the Ivy title and won a playoff game on their way to the memorable victory over UCLA in the NCAA Tournament.

1991-92 (22-6, 12-2 Ivy) The Tigers won the Ivy by four games over Penn, making it a perfect 4 for 4 for the Class of 1992.

1990-91 (14-0, 24-3 Ivy) Princeton ran away with the Ivy title, finishing five games ahead of Yale during a perfect Ivy season.

1989-90 (20-7, 11-3 Ivy) Princeton won the Ivy by one game over Yale.

1988-89 (19-8, 11-3 Ivy) For the first of what would become four straight Ivy titles, Princeton edged Dartmouth by one game for the league crown.

1983-84 (18-10, 10-4 Ivy) Princeton finished one game in front of Cornell and Harvard to claim the Ivy title.

1982-83 (20-9, 12-2 Ivy) The Tigers finished one game ahead of Penn for the league crown and went on to beat Oklahoma State in the NCAA Tournament.

1980-81 (18-10, 13-1 Ivy) The Tigers and Penn were four games in front of Harvard for the Ivy title, and Princeton beat the rival Quakers for the NCAA berth.

1979-80 (15-15, 11-3 Ivy) Princeton and Penn tied for the league crown, two games in front of Yale.

1976-77 (21-5, 13-1 Ivy) The Tigers beat Penn by one game to win the Ivy title.

1975-76 (22-5, 14-0 Ivy) Finishing perfect in league play, Princeton cleared Penn by three games for the Ivy crown.

1968-69 (19-7, 14-0 Ivy) Princeton finished three games clear of Columbia for the Ivy title.

1967-68 (20-6, 12-2 Ivy) The Tigers and Columbia tied for the Ivy title, four games ahead of Yale.

1966-67 (25-3, 13-1 Ivy) Princeton won the league crown by two games ahead of Cornell and Yale.

1964-65 (23-6, 13-1 Ivy) The team that went on to make the Final Four won the Ivy title by two games in front of Cornell.

1963-64 (20-9, 12-2 Ivy) Princeton won the Ivy by one game ahead of Yale.

1962-63 (19-6, 11-3 Ivy) Princeton and Yale were both 11-3 at season's end, and the Tigers beat Yale in a playoff to secure the NCAA berth.

1960-61 (18-8, 11-3 Ivy) Princeton finished a game ahead of Penn for the Ivy title.

1959-60 (15-9, 11-3 Ivy) Princeton finished a game in front of Dartmouth to win the Ivy crown.

1958-59 (19-5, 13-1 Ivy) The Tigers and Dartmouth tied for the Ivy title, Princeton's first in the Ivy's third year of basketball.