T.J. Bray and Spencer Weisz helped Princeton to a sweep of the final home Ivy weekend and have been recognized by the Ivy League office as the Player and Rookie of the Week for men's basketball.
It's the third Ivy Player of the Week award for Bray this season and the fourth of his career. For Weisz, the Rookie honor is his fourth of the season, giving him the most for a Princeton player since Chris Young won seven in the 1998-99 season.
Weisz will likely soon have the most rebounds for a Princeton freshman since Young pulled down 160 as a rookie 15 years ago. Weisz currently has 114 boards and teammate Hans Brase had 118 a year ago, which is the most since Young.
Bray averaged 20 points a game over the weekend with 19 against Yale and 21 against Brown, helping Princeton to a sweep of the final home Ivy weekend for the fifth straight year. Bray continued his outside chance at joining Princeton's 1,000-point club and now has 931 with three games to go.
Weisz scored 14 against Yale and 13 against Brown, reaching double figures for the fifth straight game and 13th time this season.
Bray, Weisz and the Tigers will head to Cornell and Columbia Friday and Saturday as part of the final Ivy League weekend.