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Chris Clement and the Tigers will head to Syracuse Wednesday.
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Men's Basketball to Visit No. 6 Syracuse Wednesday

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 11/19/2012
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Princeton (1-2) at No. 6 Syracuse (2-0)
Wednesday, Nov. 21, 7 p.m. at Carrier Dome, Syracuse, N.Y.

Princeton head coach: Mitch Henderson (second season, Princeton '98, 21-14 overall/at Princeton)
Radio: WPRB FM 103.3
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All-Time Series: Syracuse leads 24-9 overall, 18-7 away, 4-0 at Carrier Dome
Streak: Syracuse 5 overall, 4 away


Princeton stats: 2012-13 Stats | Syracuse stats: 2012-13 Stats


Individual 2012-13 game-by-game: 3 Wilson | 4 Koon | 5 Bray | 11 Fabrizius | 12 Elbuluk | 13 Washington Jr. | 21 Darrow | 22 Clement | 24 Barrett | 30 Brase | 32 Edwards | 33 Lawrence | 34 Hummer | 40 Garbade | 44 Connolly

Individual career stats can be found here.

Last game's starters:
22 • Chris Clement • G • Jr. • 6-2 • Round Rock, Texas
Is in his first season as starter after playing behind Douglas Davis '12.

5 • T.J. Bray • G • Jr. • 6-5 • New Berlin, Wis.
Co-leads the team in rebounds at 5.7 rpg.

24 • Will Barrett • F • Jr. • 6-10 • Hartsville, Pa.
Hadn't scored double-digit points in back-to-back games in his career entering the season and has now done so in three straight games.

34 • Ian Hummer • F • Sr. • 6-7 • Vienna, Va.
On pace to lead the team in scoring for the second straight season.

44 • Brendan Connolly • C • Sr. • 6-11 • Brentwood, Tenn.
Best offensive game this season was the opener at Buffalo, when he went 4 of 6 from the field.

Tonight's top notes:

Princeton will have its first meeting with Syracuse since the 2004 Coaches vs. Cancer Classic at the Carrier Dome where the Tigers lost to the Orange 56-45 on Nov. 12, 2004.

Princeton has used the same nine players in each of the first three games. Four of those are non-returners or seeing significantly increased roles from last season. Forward Will Barrett, who has started both games, was injured for the last four months of last season and did not play after Nov. 30. Starting guard Chris Clement had played no more than six minutes in any game against a Division I opponent in either of his first two seasons. Reserve guard Clay Wilson had two field goals in all of his freshman season and has seven already this season. Reserve forward Hans Brase is the only freshman to have played in either of the first two games.

Princeton's foes have apparently tightened up on Ian Hummer in the second half more than the first, as the Princeton senior averages 12.0 points in first halves and 3.7 points in second halves. Will Barrett has scored more in second halves, averaging 5.3 points before the break and a team-best 9.3 points in second halves.

The Tigers will have to clamp down on their foes beyond the 3-point line and improve their own shooting, as opponents have shot 57.1 percent (20-35) over the first three games and Princeton has shot 29.2 percent (21-72) from distance so far.

Princeton shot .315 (67-213) from beyond the arc over the first 10 games of last season (4-6 record) before warming up to shoot .407 (169-415) over the rest of the season (16-6 record).

Princeton is averaging 24 3-point tries per game so far this season. Last season, Princeton averaged 19 3-point tries over the first three games and 20 3-point tries per game overall.

One opposing player has scored at least 22 points in each of Princeton's three games this season, including Buffalo's Javon McCrea (22), Northeastern's Quincy Ford (27) and Rutgers' Eli Carter (22).

Princeton's 18-rebound deficit against Rutgers was the team's largest since Feb. 13, 2009 when Yale outrebounded Princeton by 20.

Princeton graduated the second-leading scorer in program history, Douglas Davis, who took 22 percent of Princeton's shots last season. Those shots have gone primarily to T.J. Bray, who had 9.6 percent of the team's field goal tries last season and 17.2 percent this season, as well as Clay Wilson (0.5 percent last season, 15.3 percent this season), Chris Clement (0.3 percent last season, 6.3 percent this season), and Will Barrett (9.0 percent last season before he was injured, 16.6 percent this season).

Wilson shot .222 from the field last season and is shooting .417 this season, while Clement shot .400 last season and .200 this season, Barrett shot .316 last season and .462 this season, and Bray .485 last season and .148 this season.

While taking a comparable share of shots from last season (24.2 percent last season, 23.6 this season), Ian Hummer is shooting better from the field, hitting .467 a year ago and .514 so far this season.

Princeton started 1-5 a year ago before winning 19 of 26 to close the season. The Tigers remained in the Ivy League race through the final league weekend last season.

Entering the Season:

Princeton was picked first in the Ivy League preseason poll, getting 16 of 17 first-place votes out of the pool of two media members from each of the eight Ivy markets and one national writer.

Princeton is aiming for its fourth straight 20-win season, which would be a first since 1999. A fourth straight postseason appearance would be the first such time since 2002.

Princeton is looking for double-digit Ivy League wins in four straight years for the first time since 2004.

Princeton returns three starters from 2011-12, including senior center Brendan Connolly, senior forward Ian Hummer, and junior guard T.J. Bray. In addition, the Tigers get back junior forward Will Barrett, who started four of the eight games in which he played last season before suffering a foot injury, and senior forward Mack Darrow started 16 games last season as well.

Princeton returns 11 players who saw game action last season, including five of the seven players who played in all 32 games last season.

Hummer, a first-team All-Ivy League pick last season who has been picked by some outside publications as the favorite for Ivy League Player of the Year, would be the first Ivy League Player of the Year since Brian Earl in 1999.

If Hummer duplicated his junior-season point total, he would reach 1,685 points, putting him in 13th place on the all-time Ivy League list. In the last 10 seasons, only Cornell’s Ryan Wittman (2,028) has reached the 1,600-point mark in the Ivy League.

Hummer last season had more points (515) than any Tiger since Brian Taylor in 1972 (676).

If Hummer reaches second on the school scoring list, the No. 2 spot to Bill Bradley ’65 would change twice in two years after staying the same for 21 years.

After wins against Rutgers the last two years and Florida State last year, Princeton is looking to defeat a major-conference opponent in three consecutive seasons for the first time since the 1999-2000 season. The Tigers have Rutgers and Syracuse on this year's schedule, coming up later this month.

Princeton returns 66 percent of its points from last season, even after losing the program’s second-leading all-time scorer, Douglas Davis ’12.

Returning members of the team shot .483 from the field last year, better than the team’s overall percentage of .462 last season.

Princeton has won 17 straight Ivy League games at home, the most since the team won 26 in a row from 1996-99.

Princeton will have its first five Ivy League games at home for the second time in three years. In 2011, the Tigers were able to use the 5-0 start toward a 12-2 Ivy finish.

A year ago, Princeton started with five straight Ivy games on the road and went 2-3 over that stretch. Princeton won 8 of 9 to close the Ivy season.

Princeton played a program-record 32 games last season for the second straight year, making the quarterfinal of the College Basketball Invitational last season and the Round of 64 of the NCAA Tournament in 2011.

This year's seniors, now with 68 wins, can chase the winningest classes ever in program history: 1992 (85), 1998 (89), 2000 (92) and 1999 (95). The Class of 1982 was the program's first class with four-year players.

Nearly 43 percent of the team's points last season were scored by members of the Class of 2013, including Ian Hummer (515), Mack Darrow (223) and Brendan Connolly (181). In the opener Saturday, the seniors had 35 percent of the points, with 12 from Hummer and eight from Connolly.

Princeton's 465 assists last season were the most since the 1999-2000 Tigers set the program record at 505. The stat began being kept in the mid-1970s.

Against Syracuse:

Syracuse leads the all-time series with Princeton 24-9. The teams have played just five times the last 47 years. Princeton last won in the series during the Final Four season of 1964-65, and Syracuse followed with five straight wins including four in the Dome and one in Worcester, Mass., in the 1992 NCAA Tournament. Pete Carril went 0-3 against the Orange in the 1982-83 season, the '92 Tournament and in the 1994-95 season, while Syracuse won by 17 in Bill Carmody's final season at the helm in 1999-2000, and Joe Scott went 0-1 against Syracuse, that meeting coming in his first season of 2004-05.

Head coach Mitch Henderson played against Syracuse as a freshman when Princeton fell to the Orange 67-65 in overtime. The Orange were ranked No. 16 in the nation for that meeting in the Dome on Dec. 17, 1994, with former coach Sydney Johnson scoring 20 points and Henderson adding 11 as the only two Tigers in double figures. John Wallace and Lawrence Moten co-led Syracuse with 21 points apiece.

Syracuse has been ranked each of the last three times Princeton has faced them, but not in any meetings prior to that. The Orange were No. 6 for the last meeting in 2004-05, No. 17 in 1999-2000 and No. 16 in 1994-95.

In Princeton's most recent meeting with the Orange on Nov. 12, 2004, Syracuse was ranked No. 6 in the AP Poll, but the Tigers were within six points at halftime. Future NBA player Hakim Warrick (now with Charlotte) led all scorers with 20 points, while future San Diego Padre Will Venable led Princeton with 17 points and Judson Wallace, now with FC Barcelona, had 11 for the Tigers. Among other notables, current Orange assistant coach Gerry McNamara had seven points while playing all 40 minutes, while current Princeton radio analyst Noah Savage started and played 17 minutes but went without a point.

In the Carrier Dome:

Four Princeton athletic teams have played in the Carrier Dome since it opened in 1980. The women's lacrosse team won the 2003 NCAA title and semifinal in the Dome in their only visit there, while the men's lacrosse team is 2-6 all time in the Dome and women's basketball is 0-1, playing there during the 2008-09 season. Men's basketball is 3-7 in the Dome against all teams and 0-4 against Syracuse.

Syracuse is 30-0 all-time against Ivy League teams in the Carrier Dome, with 20 of those wins coming against Cornell. Four each were against Columbia and Princeton, with one against Brown and Penn.

Princeton has played one NCAA Tournament game in the Carrier Dome, facing Villanova as the No. 8 seed in the 1991 Round of 64 and losing 50-48. The loss ended a 16-game winning streak for a Tiger team ranked No. 18 in the nation at the time of the game.

Against the Big East:

Princeton is 9-34 all-time against teams in the Big East at the time of the game, with 18 of those games coming against Rutgers (6-12). Princeton's record in true road games against Big East teams at the time of the game is 4-17, with wins at Rutgers in 1998, 1999 and 2011, and at St. John's in 1980. Princeton's win last season at Rutgers is its last win anywhere against a Big East opponent.

Against the Top 10:

Princeton is 9-58 against teams in the Associated Press top 10 since that poll began for the 1948-49 season. Princeton's last win over an AP top-10 team was in January 1977 against No. 2 Notre Dame in Jadwin Gym.

Since the win against Notre Dame in '77, Princeton has faced AP top-10 teams 25 times, but hasn't won a game. Princeton's last chance was early in the 2010-11 season at No. 1 Duke.

Milestones:

Now in 12th place on the all-time Princeton scoring list at 1,217 points, Ian Hummer will chip away at the gap between him and 11th place, held by Brian Taylor '84 and the 1,239 points he scored in just two seasons.

Ian Hummer is on pace to stand second in career scoring and career field goals in program history, behind only Bill Bradley '65, by the end of this season. Bradley was a teammate of Ian Hummer's father Ed Hummer '67 for one varsity season, the run to the NCAA national semifinal in 1965.

Hummer is presently ninth on the Princeton list of career field goals made at 473. Bob Scrabis '89 is next at 475, followed by Brian Taylor '84 at 507.

Hummer has 563 career rebounds, good for eighth since the stat began being kept in 1954-55. Next up is John Haarlow '68 with 578.

Hummer's 91 blocks are sixth on the program list since the stat began being kept for the 1974-75 season. Next up are Craig Robinson '83 at 97, Rich Simkus '83 at 98, and former teammate Kareem Maddox '11 at 108.

On the program:

Princeton leads the Ivy League with 26 Ivy championships (56 seasons) and 24 NCAA Tournament appearances (all since 1952).


Mitch Henderson '98, the team's Franklin C. Cappon-Edward G. Green '40 head coach, is the 29th man to hold the job and the fourth consecutive alumnus to do so (John Thompson III '88, Joe Scott '87, Sydney Johnson '97).

Henderson, who played in three NCAA Tournaments for Princeton, spent 11 years at Northwestern under one of his former coaches at Princeton, Bill Carmody, as an assistant coach.

Princeton is tied for second with Kansas, and behind only North Carolina, in alumni as active Division I head coaches. Eight Tar Heels are roaming the sidelines, while six Jayhawks and these six Tigers are doing so: Thompson III '88 (Georgetown), Scott '87 (Denver), Johnson '97 (Fairfield), Henderson '98 (Princeton), Chris Mooney '94 (Richmond) and Craig Robinson '83 (Oregon State).


On Syracuse:
The Orange have racked up two double-digit wins so far this season, beating San Diego State 62-49 on a San Diego aircraft carrier two weekends ago and pasting Wagner, a team Princeton will visit next week, 88-57 in the Orange's home opener Sunday night ... Princeton is the only Ivy League team Syracuse will face this season, though the Orange have often faced nearby Cornell in recent years ... Orange coach Jim Boeheim is the longest-tenured active men's basketball coach in Division I, starting in 1976-77, four seasons earlier than Duke's Mike Krzyzewski, whom he assisted on the staff of the U.S. men's basketball team the past two Olympic games ... one year behind Bill Bradley, Boeheim was 1-1 against Princeton as a player at Syracuse, winning in his sophomore season of 1963-64 but losing the following season, Bradley's senior year ... Boeheim has coached at Syracuse since 1969, two years after Pete Carril came to Princeton ... Boeheim's teams have missed postseason play only once, in 1993 when the Orange were ineligible for the NCAAs ... playing in 29 NCAA Tournaments, Boeheim's team first won it all in 2003, led by current Knick Carmelo Anthony ... Syracuse has outshot its opponents from the field this season .475 to .298 ... four Orange average double-figure points this season, led by 6-4 senior Brandon Triche (18.0 ppg) ... the Orange have used the same starting lineup in both games this season, using Triche, 6-8 junior C.J. Fair (12.0 ppg/7.0 rpg), 6-6 sophomore Michael Carter-Williams (11.5 ppg/7.5 apg), 6-9 sophomore Rakeem Christmas (5.5 ppg/6.5 rpg), and 6-9 rookie DaJuan Coleman (2.5 ppg/4.5 rpg) ... key players off the bench include 6-8 senior James Southerland (10.5 ppg) and 6-10 junior Baye Moussa Keita (8.5 ppg/6.5 rpg).


Individual Notes

3 • Clay Wilson • G • 6-3 • So.

Of his 24 field goal tries, 23 have come from outside the arc, as have 9 of 10 FG makes ... went 2 of 9 overall and 1 of 8 from 3-point range last season in 11 total games as a freshman
... averaged 27.8 points per game as a senior in high school, earning statewide 3A player of the year honors in Oklahoma.

4 • Denton Koon • F • 6-8 • So.
Only freshman to play in all 32 games last season ... made it 35 games played in a row by getting into the first three this season ... after an 0-for-3 opener at Buffalo, has made 5 of 9 field goals over the last two games ... made 5 of 6 FTs this season (.833) after shooting .583 (21-36) from the stripe last year
... had six double-digit scoring games last season ... had a rebound in 26 of the final 27 games last season ... had 10 games of five rebounds or more ... started three of the team's four games in Spain, scoring 13 points in six minutes in the game he did not start.

5 • T.J. Bray • G • 6-5 • Jr.

In his second season as Princeton's starting point guard ... tied a career high with eight rebounds last time out against Rutgers ... did not see game action on the Spain trip due to injury ... scored double-digit points in nine of the final 22 games last season ... grabbed as many as eight rebounds in a game on four occasions last season ... had three games last season with as many as seven assists and had at least one assist in every game last season.

11 • Brian Fabrizius (fah-BREE-zee-us) • F • 6-11 • So.
Saw limited action last season, playing in six games ... hit one of the two shots he tried last season, a 3-pointer at Dartmouth ... had a postgraduate year at Kimball Union Academy in New Hampshire after spending high school at Hersey High in Arlington Heights, Ill.

12 • Ameer Elbuluk (el-BUE-look) • G • 5-9 • Sr.
F
irst year on the varsity squad after competing as a junior varsity player.

13 • Mike Washington Jr. • G • 6-3 • Fr.
Averaged 17.1 points per game for his career while scoring 1,526 points at Oak Harbor High outside Seattle ... lettered three years as a football receiver ... father was his coach in high school.


21 • Mack Darrow (DAIR-oh) • F • 6-9 • Sr.
Continued his strong assist-to-turnover ratio from last season with five helpers and only one turnover so far this season ...
played in all 32 games last season, including a stretch of 16 games in which he started ... had eight double-digit scoring games last season ... had four games last season with as many as five assists, including a six-assist game at Evansville.

22 • Chris Clement (CLEM-ent) • G • 6-2 • Jr.
Saw limited action over his first two seasons while playing behind Douglas Davis '12 before getting starts in the first three games this season ... has already surpassed career high with the four points he scored against Northeastern, did so again with five points against Rutgers ... scored in two games last season, making a 3-pointer against West Alabama and a field goal against Brown.

24 • Will Barrett • F • 6-10 • Jr.
Before scoring 20 points in the opener at Buffalo, previous career high against a Division I opponent was nine points, twice in his freshman year against Cal and Dartmouth ...
has scored double-digits in three straight games for the first time in his career ... shooting .533 from 3-point range this season (8-15) ... made two starts as a sophomore in 2010-11 and four more starts in his abbreviated season last year ... played 28-38 minutes in each game during the Spain trip, getting as many as 16 points and 13 rebounds

25
• Isaac Serwanga • G • 6-3 • Sr.
Joined the varsity team this season, had competed with the junior varsity ... has also earned letters at Princeton in football (receiver) and track and field (jumper).

30 • Hans Brase (BRACE) • F • 6-8 • Fr.
Was the only freshman to play for Princeton in any of the first three games ... had first two career field goals against Northeastern ... averaged 14 points, nine rebounds per game for the Hill School in Pennsylvania ... played the last two years there after playing at the Gaston Day School in North Carolina ... both parents are alumni of the University of Goettingen in Germany.


32 • Daniel Edwards • F • 6-8 • Jr.
Played in eight games last season ... made his only two field-goal tries, a 2-pointer against The College of New Jersey and a 3-pointer against Dartmouth.

33 • Edo Lawrence • C • 7-1 • Fr.
First name is Edward, nickname rhymes with "meadow" ... likely the tallest player in program history at 7-foot-1 ... came to the U.S. in 2010 and prepped at the Canterbury School in Connecticut.

34 • Ian Hummer • F • 6-7 • Sr.
First-team All-Ivy League 2012, second-team All-Ivy League in 2011 ... with 25 points against Northeastern, has had a 25-point game in each of the last three seasons ... is also averaging six assists a game this season ... has started every game the last three seasons (counting 2012-13) except for senior night in 2011 ... has also increased his points and rebounds in each season ... added three-point shooting to his skill set last season, making 19 of 60 (.317) last season after not trying one in his first two seasons ... had 101 assists last season, 40 more than he had as a sophomore ... father Ed was a sophomore on the 1965 Final Four team with Bill Bradley '65 and uncle John played six seasons in the NBA, including his first three seasons in Buffalo for the Braves.


40 • Bobby Garbade (gar-BAYED) • C • 6-11 • Fr.

Played in nine games in his rookie season ... went 3 of 5 from the field ... scored in two games, against The College of New Jersey (four points) and Brown (two).

44 • Brendan Connolly • C • 6-11 • Jr.

Third season as a starter ... nearly doubled his point total from 2010-11 (98) last season, scoring 181 points ... also nearly tripled his block total, going from 11 as a sophomore to 27 as a junior ... career .537 shooter from the field.


Tigers from the Line
Player 2012-13 Season/Career

3 Wilson 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
4 Koon 5-6 (.833)/26-42 (.619)
5 Bray 3-3 (1.000)/51-78 (.654)
11 Fabrizius 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
12 Elbuluk 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
13 Washington Jr 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)

21 Darrow 0-1 (.000)/85-109 (.780)
22 Clement 3-4 (.750)/7-9 (.778)
24 Barrett 12-14 (.857)/34-46 (.739)
30 Brase 1-2 (.500)/1-2 (.500)
32 Edwards 0-0 (.000)/0-4 (.000)
33 Lawrence N/A
34 Hummer 8-14 (.571)/250-389 (.643)
40 Garbade 0-0 (.000)/1-2 (.500)
44 Connolly 2-4 (.500)/60-92 (.652)

Individual Season & Career Highs (career highs set last game in bold)

Will Barrett
2012-13 Season Highs

Points: 20 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Rebounds: 9 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Assists: 2 vs. Rutgers
(11/16/12)
Steals: 2 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Blocks: 3
at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Field Goals: 4, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Three-Pointers: 3, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Free Throws: 9 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Minutes: 33 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Career Highs

Points: 20 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Rebounds: 9 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Assists: 4, last vs. Lafayette (11/30/11)
Steals: 3, last vs. Lafayette (11/30/11)
Blocks: 3, last at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Field Goals: 5 vs. Goucher (1/24/10)
Three-Pointers: 3, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Free Throws: 9 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Minutes: 33 at Buffalo (11/10/12)


Hans Brase
2012-13 Season/Career Highs

Points: 4 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Rebounds: 3, last vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Assists: 1 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Steals: 1 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Blocks: 1 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Field Goals: 2 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 1 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Minutes: 11 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)

T.J. Bray
2012-13 Season Highs

Points: 5 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Rebounds: 8 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Assists: 6 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Steals: 3 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 2 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Three-Pointers: 1 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Free Throws: 2 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Minutes: 38 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Career Highs
Points: 16 vs. Cornell (2/18/12)
Rebounds: 8, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Assists: 7, last at Cornell (1/13/12)
Steals: 6 at Columbia (1/14/12)
Blocks: 1, last vs. Dartmouth (2/10/12)
Field Goals: 6 vs. Cornell (2/18/12)
Three-Pointers: 4, last vs. Cornell (2/18/12)
Free Throws: 4, last at Columbia (1/14/12)
Minutes: 46 at Florida State (12/30/11)

Chris Clement
2012-13 Season Highs
Points: 5 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Rebounds: 3 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Assists: 1 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Steals: 2 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 1, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Three-Pointers: 1, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Free Throws: 2 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Minutes: 20 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Career Highs
Points: 5 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Rebounds: 3 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Assists: 1, last vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Steals: 2 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 1, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Three-Pointers: 1, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Free Throws: 3 at Lafayette (11/30/10)
Minutes: 20 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)

Brendan Connolly
2012-13 Season Highs

Points: 8 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Rebounds: 2 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Assists: 2 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Steals: 1 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Blocks: 1 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Field Goals: 4 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 2 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Minutes: 25 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Career Highs
Points: 16 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Rebounds: 11 vs. Rutgers (11/12/10)
Assists: 6 vs. Brown (3/3/12)
Steals: 2, last vs. Cornell (2/18/12)
Blocks: 4 at Dartmouth (2/25/12)
Field Goals: 7 at Penn (1/30/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 4, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Minutes: 39 vs. Rutgers (11/12/10)

Mack Darrow
2012-13 Season Highs

Points: 2 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Rebounds: 3 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Assists: 4 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Steals: 1 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 1 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 25 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Career Highs
Points: 19 vs. Columbia (2/17/12)
Rebounds: 9 vs. West Alabama (11/27/11)
Assists: 6 at Evansville (3/13/12)
Steals: 3 at Yale (2/18/11)
Blocks: 3 at Monmouth (12/8/10)
Field Goals: 5 at Yale (2/4/12)
Three-Pointers: 3, last at Pittsburgh (3/19/12)
Free Throws: 9 vs. Columbia (2/17/12) 
Minutes: 37 at Rutgers (12/7/11)

Daniel Edwards
2012-13 Career Highs

Has not yet played.
Career Highs
Points: 3 at Dartmouth (2/25/12)
Rebounds: 2, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Assists: 0
Steals: 2 at Duke (11/14/10)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 1, last at Dartmouth (2/25/12)
Three-Pointers: 1 at Dartmouth (2/25/12)
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 4, last at Dartmouth (2/25/12)


Ameer Elbuluk
2012-13 Season/Career Highs
Has not yet played.

Brian Fabrizius
2012-13 Season Highs
Has not yet played.
Career Highs

Points: 3 at Dartmouth (2/25/12)
Rebounds: 0
Assists: 0
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 1 at Dartmouth (2/25/12)
Three-Pointers: 1 at Dartmouth (2/25/12)
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 3 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)

Bobby Garbade
2012-13 Season Highs
Has not yet played.
Career Highs
Points: 4 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Rebounds: 2 vs. Brown (3/3/12)
Assists: 1, last vs. Brown (3/3/12)
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 2 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 1 at Pittsburgh (3/19/12)
Minutes: 5, last vs. Brown (3/3/12)

Ian Hummer
2012-13 Season Highs

Points: 25 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Rebounds: 6, last vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Assists: 7 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Steals: 2 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Blocks: 2, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Field Goals: 10 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Three-Pointers: 1 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Free Throws: 5 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Minutes: 36 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Career Highs
Points: 25, last vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Rebounds: 15 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Assists: 7, last at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Steals: 5 at Northeastern (12/18/11)
Blocks: 4, last vs. Penn (3/6/12)
Field Goals: 10, last vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Three-Pointers: 2, last vs. Penn (3/6/12)
Free Throws: 9 at UNC Greensboro (12/13/09)
Minutes: 53 at Florida State (12/30/11)

Denton Koon
2012-13 Season Highs
Points: 9 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Rebounds: 2 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Assists: 1 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Steals: 1 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 3 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 5 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Minutes: 23 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Career Highs
Points: 13, last at Florida A&M (1/1/12)
Rebounds: 10 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Assists: 2, last vs. Cornell (2/18/12)
Steals: 1, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Blocks: 1, last vs. Penn (3/6/12)
Field Goals: 6 vs. Lafayette (11/30/11)
Three-Pointers: 1 at Harvard (2/24/12)
Free Throws: 5 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Minutes: 30 at Florida State (12/30/11)

Edo Lawrence
2012-13 Season/Ca
reer Highs
Has not yet played.

Mike Washington Jr.
2012-13 Season/Career Highs

Has not yet played.

Clay Wilson
2012-13 Season
Points: 12 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Rebounds: 3 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Assists: 1 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Steals: 1 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 4 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Three-Pointers: 4 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 26, last vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)

Career Highs
Points: 12 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)

Rebounds: 3 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Assists: 2 at Dartmouth (2/25/12)
Steals: 1 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 4 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)

Three-Pointers: 4 vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)

Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 26, last vs. Northeastern (11/13/12)

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