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Last Full Ivy Weekend Holds Key to Title Hopes for @Princeton_Hoops

By: Princeton Athletic Communications
          Release: 03/05/2013
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Princeton (16-9, 9-2 Ivy) at Yale (12-17, 6-6 Ivy)
Friday, Mar. 9, 7 p.m. at Lee Amphitheater
Princeton head coach: Mitch Henderson (second season, Princeton '98, 36-21 overall/at Princeton)
Radio: WPRB FM 103.3 (Derek Jones, Noah Savage '08)
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All-Time Series: Princeton leads 144-83 overall, 57-55 in New Haven, 46-34 at Lee Amphitheater

Streak: Yale 1 overall, 1 at Yale

Princeton at Brown (12-14, 6-6 Ivy)
Saturday, Mar. 10, 6 p.m. at Pizzitola Sports Center
Radio: WPRB FM 103.3 (Derek Jones, Noah Savage '08)
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All-Time Series: Princeton leads 97-26 overall, 39-21 in Providence, 14-9 at Pizzitola

Streak: Princeton 4 overall, 3 at Brown

Princeton stats: 2012-13 Stats | Yale stats: 2012-13 Stats | Brown 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 | 25 Serwanga | 30 Brase | 33 Lawrence | 34 Hummer | 40 Garbade | 44 Connolly

Individual career stats can be found here.

Last game's starters:
4 • Denton Koon • F/G • So. • 6-8 • Liberty, Mo.
Poised for a bounce-back weekend after combining for 10 points on 4-of-11 shotting last weekend.

5 • T.J. Bray • G • Jr. • 6-5 • New Berlin, Wis.
Came within two points of career high with a team-best 21 points Saturday vs. Dartmouth.

24 • Will Barrett • F • Jr. • 6-10 • Hartsville, Pa.
Career-high 24 points last time out vs. Dartmouth.

34 • Ian Hummer • F • Sr. • 6-7 • Vienna, Va.
Became program's second-leading scorer (1,577) and fifth-leading rebounder (712) last weekend.

30 • Hans Brase • F • Fr. • 6-8 • Clover, S.C.
Averaged 5.5 ppg in home weekend vs. Brown and Yale.

Tonight's top notes:

With last weekend's events, Princeton finds itself just three wins from the outright Ivy League title and NCAA Tournament berth. However, Princeton will have to get those three wins in difficult venues. The Tigers have lost two of their last three meetings with Yale, including the last visit to Lee Amphitheater in 2011. It was just two years ago that Princeton lost at Brown, ending an 8-0 start to the Ivy season. Princeton lost its last trip to Penn as well.

Eight times in the Ivy League era, Princeton has had its last three games of the Ivy season on the road. Only twice (1987, 1998) has Princeton gone 3-0 in those games. In the two instances since 1998, Princeton in 2002 won at Columbia and Cornell before losing at Penn, and in 2011, Princeton won at Dartmouth, lost at Harvard and won at Penn.

Princeton has not swept the Yale-Brown trip since 2010. In 2011, the Bears tripped up the Tigers, and last year, it was Yale that dealt Princeton a defeat.

Princeton has swept the Yale-Brown road trip 26 times since the first season of Ivy play in 1956-57. However, in last 14 seasons prior to 2012-13, the Tigers have recorded only three Yale-Brown road sweeps, in 2001, 2004 and 2010.

This is the latest that Princeton will face Yale or Brown in a regular-season game since the Tigers played Yale eight times on dates ranging from Mar. 9-16 from 1915-23. Princeton has never faced Brown this late in the season.

Princeton had one meeting with Yale this late on the calendar since the '20s, a 1963 Ivy playoff win at Fordham, 65-53, on Mar. 8, exactly 50 years before Friday's meeting.

Princeton would win a share of the Ivy League title and do no worse than force a playoff if it wins two games this weekend. The only way Princeton would exit the weekend with the outright title is with two wins and one Harvard loss, or one win and two Harvard losses.

Of the five full Ivy League weekends so far, last weekend was easily Princeton's poorest shooting performance. The Tigers shot just .406 against Harvard and Dartmouth after shooting between .478 and .570 during the previous four league weekends. In the Brown-Yale home weekend, Princeton shot .528.

The Brown-Yale home weekend was the highest field goal percentage allowed by Princeton during an Ivy weekend this season as the teams combined to shoot .457. Yale shot .548 against the Tigers, raising the weekend average after Brown shot just .380.

In conference play, Princeton is well ahead of the rest of the league in 3-point field goal percentage, hitting .484 to second-place Harvard's .381. Princeton is also tops in the league in 3-point field goal percentage defense at .291 to Penn's second-place .327.

Against Harvard, Princeton saw its streak of hitting a 3-pointer in every game since the rule came about in 1986-87 come within one trey of being snapped. Mack Darrow's three midway through the second half kept it going. The last time Princeton had just one three was on Feb. 12, 2011 at Cornell.

Princeton made up for Friday's 3-pointer drought Saturday against Dartmouth, hitting 10 treys. It was the fourth time this season Princeton has hit at least 10 3s, making 11 against Bucknell and Penn.

Princeton has been outstanding from the free throw line over the last three games, shooting .868 (59-68). Princeton has shot better than 80 percent from the line in nine games this season, with six of those games coming over the last nine contests.

The All-Ivy League team is scheduled to be announced Wednesday, Mar. 13. Nominations close Thursday, with coaches having 48 hours to vote between Monday, Mar. 11 and the morning of Wednesday, Mar. 13. The whole season, not just the Ivy League season, is to be considered by the coaches in their voting.

Ian Hummer is aiming to become Princeton's first Ivy League Player of the Year since current assistant coach Brian Earl in 1999. Hummer is second in the Ivy in scoring (16.3 ppg), fifth in rebounding (6.6 rpg), fourth in field goal percentage (.532), third in assists (4.0 apg), eighth in free throw percentage (.721), ninth in steals (1.3 spg), seventh in blocks (0.8 bpg), 10th in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.4:1), and seventh in minutes (33.7 mpg). Hummer's main competition for the POY award is Harvard's Wesley Saunders, who leads the league in scoring (16.6 ppg), is 19th in rebounding (4.3 rpg), second in field goal percentage (.548), seventh in assists (3.6 apg), seventh in free throw percentage (.730), first in steals (2.0 spg), and third in minutes (37.3 mpg) while not ranking in the top 10 in the other categories.

No Tiger has led the Ivy League in scoring since Brian Taylor '84 in 1972 at 26.2 ppg (Taylor entered with the Class of 1973), but Ian Hummer remains a possibility to do so, standing only 0.3 ppg behind Harvard's Wesley Saunders.

Having become the second-leading scorer in program history (1,577) and fifth-leading rebounder (712), Ian Hummer is moving into the spots on the Princeton charts in which he will likely end his career. Here are the lists on which Hummer could still realistically move up a spot:

• Field goals attempted: Currently fifth at 1,189, could still pass Pete Campbell '62 for fourth at 1,199.

• Free throws made: Currently eighth at 334, could still pass Arthur Loeb '25 for seventh at 342.

• Free throws attempted: Currently sixth at 503, could still pass Pete Campbell '62 (523) and Craig Robinson '83 (526) for fourth.

• Assists: Currently sixth at 294, could still pass Marcus Schroeder '10 (295) and Mitch Henderson '98 (304) for fourth. Stat has been kept since 1974-75.

• Blocks: Currently fourth at 107, could still pass Kareem Maddox '11 for third at 108. Stat has been kept since 1974-75.

• Most games played: Currently second at 120, will likely pass Douglas Davis '12 for first at 122.

Every member of Princeton's starting five is shooting better than 70 percent from the free-throw line in Ivy games, and four are above 75 percent. Ian Hummer leads the group, shooting .833 from the line in league play after his 14-of-15 weekend vs. Harvard and Dartmouth.

In conference play, 86.5 percent of Princeton's points are coming from the starting five.

Princeton enters the weekend as the Ivy League leader in scoring defense at 57.0 ppg, in scoring margin at +6.9, in field goal percentage defense at .415, in 3-point field goal percentage defense at .310 and in assists at 14.3 apg. Denton Koon is the Ivy League leader in field goal percentage at .554, and Will Barrett is the Ivy League leader in 3-point field goal percentage at .506.

Through Sunday's games nationally, Princeton was in the top 10 percent of Division I in scoring defense (13th, 57.0 ppg allowed) and 3-point field goal percentage (12th, now .396).

Ian Hummer is the only Tiger to have scored in all 25 games this season, but freshman Hans Brase has the team's second-longest streak, scoring in the last 20 contests.

The Tigers are 14-2 when they score more than 60 points and 2-7 when they score 60 or fewer.

The Tigers are 10-1 when they shoot 50 percent or better and 6-8 when they shoot below 50 percent.

The Tigers are 6-0 when they hold opponents below 36 percent shooting and 10-9 when opponents shoot 36 percent or better.

Twelve of Princeton's 16 wins have come by double-digit point margins. Seven of the team's nine losses have come by seven points or fewer.

Mar. 8 in Princeton basketball history:

Princeton is 8-10 all-time on Mar. 8.

Last time they played on Mar. 8, Princeton prevailed 70-58 in 2011 at Penn in a must-win to force a playoff against Harvard for the Ivy title that Princeton ended up winning on the now-famous buzzer beater by Douglas Davis '12.

Princeton beat Yale in an Ivy playoff 50 years ago on Mar. 8, 1963 at Fordham, 65-53.

The Tigers have played three NCAA Tournament games on Mar. 8, in 1960 against Duke (84-60 loss), in 1965 against Penn State (60-58 win) and in 1969 against No. 7 St. John's (72-63 loss).

Princeton's only meeting with Yale on Mar. 8 was the 1963 playoff game.

Mar. 9 in Princeton basketball history:

Princeton is 11-8 all-time on Mar. 9.

Princeton's last game on Mar. 9 was in 2010, a 68-56 win over Penn in Jadwin Gym.

The Tigers have played three EIBL/Ivy playoff games on Mar. 9, in 1954 against Cornell (46-44 loss), in 1955 against Columbia (86-69 win) and in 1996 against Penn, a 63-56 overtime win over Penn at Lehigh to send the Tigers to the NCAA Tournament where they went on to upset UCLA.

Princeton has never faced Brown on Mar. 9.

Mar. 12 in Princeton basketball history:

Princeton is 10-9 all-time on Mar. 12.

The last seven games Princeton has had on Mar. 12 have been postseason or playoff games. In 2011, the Tigers beat Harvard at Yale to go to the NCAA Tournament. In 2002, it was an NIT loss at Louisville. In 1998, it was Princeton's last NCAA Tournament win, over UNLV in Hartford. In 1981 it was an NCAA loss to No. 18 BYU. In 1977, it was an NCAA loss to No. 6 Kentucky. In 1964, it was an NCAA win over N.C. State. And in 1955, it was an NCAA loss to Villanova.

Princeton is 2-3 against Penn on Mar. 12, with a 1921 road loss, a 1927 road win, a 1932 road win, a 1938 home loss, and a 1949 road loss.

Against Yale:

In Yale's win on Feb. 9 at Jadwin Gym that snapped Princeton's 21-game home Ivy League winning streak, the Bulldogs outshot the Tigers .548 to .511 and outrebounded Princeton 22-21. Princeton further hampered itself with 16 turnovers to 13 for the Bulldogs.

Yale overcame Princeton's making 10 3-pointers in the first meeting this season.

Princeton hasn't swept a season series from Yale since 2011, as Yale won in New Haven last season and Jadwin this season. Yale is playing for its first sweep of the Tigers since 2008.

As has been true for the rest of the conference season, Princeton's starting five accounted for most of the points in the first meeting, scoring 58 of the 65 points. Denton Koon had a game-high 16 points while Ian Hummer added 14. For Yale, no player had more than 13 (Javier Duren), but all nine Bulldogs who played had a field goal.

Princeton made all seven free throws in the first meeting, but Yale made more than twice as many free throws as Princeton took, going 16 of 20.

Of Princeton's 24 baskets, 20 were assisted and T.J. Bray tallied seven helpers while Ian Hummer had six.

It'll be a matchup of the two best rebounding teams in the Ivy, as Yale is the best in the league on the boards at +3.6, and Princeton is second at +3.3.

Against Brown:

Princeton was strong defensively against the Bears in the first meeting, getting seven steals as part of 11 Brown turnovers while holding the Bears to .380 shooting overall and .083 (1-12) from 3-point range.

The Bears outrebounded Princeton behind a game-high nine boards apiece from Cedric Kuakumensah and from Rafael Maia, who nearly had a double-double with 19 points.

In the first meeting, no Brown player other than Maia had more than eight points. Maia took 17 of Brown's 50 shots, making seven, and he took 11 of the Bears' 15 free throw tries.

Princeton had just eight turnovers on the night against Brown in the first meeting, with no player committing more than two giveaways.

Princeton has won three in a row against Brown in Jadwin, but the Tigers have been inconsistent in Providence. The last class to sweep four from Brown in Providence was the Class of 2002, and since then, Brown has won six of 10 in Pizzitola including four straight from 2006-09.

Milestones:

With second place secured on the Princeton scoring list and first place out of reach, Ian Hummer can still move up a few spots on the Ivy League career scoring list. He's currently tied for 23rd with Harvard's Tyler Rullman (1989-93) at 1,577 points. Still reasonably passable for Hummer are Brown's Jason Forte (2001-05) at 1,597, Penn's Michael Jordan (1997-00) at 1,604, Yale's Ed Petersen (1988-92) at 1,605, Dartmouth's Paul Erland (1969-72) at 1,606, and Columbia's Chet Forte (1954-57) at 1,611. Penn's Keven McDonald (1975-78) is next ahead of Chet Forte at 1,644.

Just as Bill Bradley '65 is far ahead of Ian Hummer atop the Princeton scoring list at 2,503 points, he's well ahead of his next-closest Ivy scorer. Jim Barton of Dartmouth (1985-89) is second on the Ivy scoring list at 2,158 points, one of only five players in Ivy history to score 2,000 points, with Barton and the other three doing so in four seasons to Bradley's three.

When Bradley overtook the Ivy scoring list, no other player had scored 2,000 points in his career. The record holder before Bradley was Yale's Tony Lavelli (1945-49) at 1,964, now sixth place.

Mitch Henderson is tied for 10th place on the Princeton coaching wins list with 36 victories, alongside J. Hill Zahn (1921-23). Henderson has a chance to be in ninth place by season's end, as Joe Scott '87 (2004-07) is in ninth place with 38 wins. Henderson's predecessor and former teammate Sydney Johnson '97 (2007-11) is in eighth place with 66 wins.

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

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 Yale: Yale hasn't had a winning streak longer than two games this season, but one of those two two-game streaks was on the Penn-Princeton trip ... the .548 shooting percentage Yale had at Princeton was one of only three times this season in which the Bulldogs shot better than 50 percent from the field against a Division I team ... the Princeton game was also one of three this season against Division I foes in which Yale shot at least 50 percent from 3-point range (.583) ... Yale is 0-5 when opponents score at least 34 points by halftime ... Yale is 1-7 when teams score at least 71 points ... Javier Duren, who had 13 points against Princeton, has only had one double-digit scoring game in the six games since ... Michael Grace missed the Princeton game but has played 10-15 minutes in each of the six games since, scoring 12 points against Dartmouth ... Jeremiah Kreisberg, who played 20 minutes against Princeton, has missed the last four games ... Sam Martin has not scored in three games, his longest scoreless stretch of the season ... Austin Morgan averaged 12.5 ppg last weekend in his first back-to-back double-digit scoring games since December ... Justin Sears had a low-scoring weekend last time out, combining for just six points in his lowest two-game scoring total of the season (excluding the Harvard-Dartmouth road weekend he missed due to injury) ... Brandon Sherrod had a career-high 13 points last time out ... Matt Townsend has been hot lately, scoring in double figures in three straight games for the first time his his career, including a career-high 19 points last time out against Cornell.

On Brown: The Bears are on their second three-game win streak of the season but the first that includes all Division I teams ... Brown is 6-1 this season when putting up at least 33 points by halftime ... Tucker Halpern had a season-high 22 points last Friday night against Cornell ... Rafael Maia had a career-high 22 points against Cornell last weekend and has five double-digit rebound games this season ... five Bears have led the team in scoring in a game this season, including Halpern, Maia, Cedric Kuakumensah, Sean McGonagill and Matt Sullivan ... only eight players have played in more than half of the team's 26 games this season ... in conference games, Kuakumensah leads the Ivy in blocks at 2.6 bpg, while Sullivan leads in steals at 2.3 spg ... Kuakumensah is the Ivy rebounding leader on the season overall at 7.5 rpg and blocks at 2.3 bpg.


Individual Notes

3 • Clay Wilson • G • 6-3 • So.
Has four double-digit scoring games this season, most recently with 12 against Drexel on Dec. 8 ... 82 of 97 field goal tries overall have come from outside the arc
... 10 shots taken against TCNJ were his most since taking 10 against Northeastern on Nov. 13 ... 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.
With 23 points at Columbia on Feb. 22, has reset career best in scoring four times in a little more than two months
... has scored double figures in 13 of the last 20 games after not doing so in any of the first six ... shooting .593 from the field in Ivy play, including .571 from beyond the arc ... has started the last 21 games for the first starts of his career ... shot .583 (21-36) from the stripe last year, is shooting .800 (52-65) this year ... only freshman to play in all 32 games last season ... had six double-digit scoring games last season.

5 • T.J. Bray • G • 6-5 • Jr.
Earned Ivy League Player of the Week honors Jan. 14 after scoring a career-high 23 points against Penn, his first career Ivy Player of the Week award ... scored 21 points last time out against Dartmouth for his second career 20-point game ... has had an assist in 57 straight games ... during Princeton's 13-of-16 winning run, has an assist:turnover ratio of 57:22 ...
in his second season as Princeton's starting point guard ... career-high eight assists Dec. 22 against Bucknell, most for any Princeton player in 10 years ... has scored in 24 of 25 games this season, including 10 double-digit scoring games ... did not see game action on the Spain trip due to injury ... 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.

11 • Brian Fabrizius (fah-BREE-zee-us) • F • 6-11 • So.
Made season debut late in win at Lafayette on Nov. 24 ... 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.
Made season debut late in win at Lafayette on Nov. 24, made home debut Dec. 20 against Rider ... first year on the varsity squad after competing as a junior varsity player.

13 • Mike Washington Jr. • G • 6-3 • Fr.
Made season debut late in win at Lafayette on Nov. 24, made home debut Dec. 20 against Rider ... 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.
Has played double-digit minutes in 20 of 25 games this season and has a 3-pointer in 15 of the last 21 games ...
has a 26:12 assist:turnover ratio, third in the Ivy League ... has one double-digit scoring game this season, putting in 10 points starting in place of an injured Will Barrett on Dec. 22 against Bucknell ... 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.
Had a breakout weekend at Columbia and Cornell Feb. 22-23, scoring six points against the Lions and seven against the Big Red after scoring no more than five points in any game in his career ...
from Nov. 13-24, scored in four straight games for the first time in his career ... six assists vs. TCNJ more than doubled previous career total (five) ... saw limited action over his first two seasons while playing behind Douglas Davis '12 before getting starts in the first four games this season ... 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.
Has scored in double digits in 14 of 24 games played this season ... had career highs in points (24), field goals (eight), 3-pointers (five) and minutes (38) last time out against Dartmouth ...
Ivy League leader in 3-point field goal percentage (24-42, .506), but needs 2.5 3s made per game to qualify for the NCAA leader list ... missed the Bucknell game due to an injury suffered two days earlier against Rider ... 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.
Made season debut late in win at Lafayette on Nov. 24, made home debut on Dec. 20 against Rider ... 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.
Has scored in 20 straight games ... had the first double-double for any Tiger this season with 11 points and 15 boards Jan. 27 against TCNJ ... 15 boards tied the most for any Tiger since Mason Rocca '00 had 18 against Georgetown in 1999 ... has had six double-digit scoring games this season  ...
made first career start against Rider on Dec. 20 to become the first Princeton freshman to start a game since Feb. 21, 2009 (Douglas Davis) ... was the only freshman to play for Princeton in any of the first three games ... 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.

33 • Edo Lawrence • C • 7-1 • Fr.
Made season debut late in win at Lafayette on Nov. 24 ... 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 ... winner of a league-record seven Ivy League Player of the Week honors this season, the first Princeton player since the award's inception (1985) to win more than three times in a season ...
has six 20-point games this season, most recently with 23 against Harvard on Mar. 1 ... reset career high with 28 points against Lafayette on Nov. 24 and matched it with 28 at Elon on Jan. 5 ... leads the team in rebounding (6.6 rpg), assists (101/4.0 apg), blocks (21/0.8 bpg) and points (16.3 ppg) ... would be the first player since Kit Mueller '91 in 1990-91 to finish a season leading the Tigers in scoring, rebounding assists and blocks ... has started every game the last three seasons (counting 2012-13) except for senior night in 2011 ... 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.
Hit first career 3-pointer Feb. 22 at Columbia ... had six blocks against TCNJ on Jan. 27 ... made season debut at Syracuse on Nov. 21 in his home state of New York ... scored for the first time this season against Fordham on Dec. 15 ... 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.
Has played in all 25
games, starting the first nine ... seven points against Columbia on Feb. 22 were his most against a Division I team since scoring eight against Drexel on Dec. 8 ... has had two double-digit scoring games this season, both with 11 points at Syracuse and at Kent State ... 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.

Tigers from the Line
Player 2012-13 Season/Career

3 Wilson 3-6 (.500)/3-6 (.500)
4 Koon 52-65 (.800)/73-101 (.723)
5 Bray 45-59 (.763)/93-135 (.689)
11 Fabrizius 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
12 Elbuluk 0-2 (.000)/0-2 (.000)
13 Washington Jr 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
21 Darrow 7-14 (.500)/92-122 (.754)
22 Clement 15-19 (.789)/19-24 (.792)

24 Barrett 37-48 (.771)/59-80 (.738)
30 Brase 31-44 (.705)/31-44 (.705)
33 Lawrence 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
34 Hummer 86-119 (.723)/329-496 (.663)
40 Garbade 8-9 (.889)/9-11 (.818)
44 Connolly 23-34 (.676)/81-122 (.664)

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

Will Barrett
2012-13 Season Highs

Points: 24 vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Rebounds: 10 vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Assists: 3, last vs. Dartmouth
(3/2/13)
Steals: 3, last vs. Cornell (2/1/13)
Blocks: 3
at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Field Goals: 8 vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Three-Pointers: 5, last vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Free Throws: 9 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Minutes: 38 vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Career Highs

Points: 24 vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Rebounds: 10 vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Assists: 4, last vs. Lafayette (11/30/11)
Steals: 3, last vs. Cornell (2/1/13)
Blocks: 3, last at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Field Goals: 8 vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Three-Pointers: 5, last vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Free Throws: 9 at Buffalo (11/10/12)
Minutes: 38 vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)


Hans Brase
2012-13 Season/Career Highs

Points: 17 vs. Rider (12/20/12)
Rebounds: 15 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Assists: 4 vs. Harvard (3/1/13)
Steals: 1, last vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Blocks: 3, last at Columbia (2/22/13)
Field Goals: 7 vs. Rider (12/20/12)
Three-Pointers: 2 vs. Bucknell (12/22/12)
Free Throws: 4 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Minutes: 29, last at Harvard (2/16/13)

T.J. Bray
2012-13 Season Highs

Points: 23 vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Rebounds: 8 vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Assists: 8 vs. Bucknell (12/22/12)
Steals: 6 at Wagner (11/28/12)
Blocks: 1 at Lafayette (11/24/12)
Field Goals: 7, last vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Three-Pointers: 6 vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Free Throws: 5, last vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Minutes: 43 at Wagner (11/28/12)
Career Highs
Points: 23 vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Rebounds: 8, last vs. Rutgers (11/16/12)
Assists: 8 vs. Bucknell (12/22/12)
Steals: 6, last at Wagner (11/28/12)
Blocks: 1, last at Lafayette (11/24/12)
Field Goals: 7, last vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Three-Pointers: 6 vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Free Throws: 5, last vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Minutes: 46 at Florida State (12/30/11)

Chris Clement
2012-13 Season Highs
Points: 7 at Cornell (2/23/13)
Rebounds: 4, last at Columbia (2/22/13)
Assists: 6 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Steals: 2, last at Cornell (2/23/13)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 2 at Columbia (2/22/13)
Three-Pointers: 1, last at Columbia (2/22/13)
Free Throws: 4 at Cornell (2/23/13)
Minutes: 23 at Columbia (2/22/13)
Career Highs
Points:
7 at Cornell (2/23/13)
Rebounds: 4, last at Columbia (2/22/13)
Assists: 6 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Steals: 2, last at Cornell (2/23/13)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 2 at Columbia (2/22/13)
Three-Pointers: 1, last at Columbia (2/22/13)
Free Throws: 4 at Cornell (2/23/13)
Minutes: 23 at Columbia (2/22/13)

Brendan Connolly
2012-13 Season Highs

Points: 11, last at Kent State (12/1/12)
Rebounds: 8 at Wagner (11/28/12)
Assists: 3, last vs. Bucknell (12/22/12)
Steals: 2 vs. Brown (2/8/13)
Blocks: 2 at Wagner (11/28/12)
Field Goals: 4, last at Kent State (12/1/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 3, last at Columbia (2/22/13)
Minutes: 31 at Wagner (11/28/12)
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. Brown (2/8/13)
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: 10 vs. Bucknell (12/22/12)
Rebounds: 5, last at Akron (12/30/12)
Assists: 5 vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Steals: 2, last at Elon (1/5/13)
Blocks: 1, last vs. Brown (2/8/13)
Field Goals: 3, last vs. Penn (1/12/13)
Three-Pointers: 2, last vs. Columbia (2/2/13)
Free Throws: 2, last vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Minutes: 26 vs. Bucknell (12/22/12)
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)


Ameer Elbuluk
2012-13 Season/Career Highs
Points: 0
Rebounds: 2, last at Columbia (2/22/13)
Assists: 1 at Columbia (2/22/13)
Steals: 1 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 0
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 6 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)

Brian Fabrizius
2012-13 Season Highs
Points: 0
Rebounds: 0
Assists: 0
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 0
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 1 vs. Brown (2/3/12)
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
Points: 7 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Rebounds: 5 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Assists: 0
Steals: 0
Blocks: 6 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Field Goals: 1, last at Columbia (2/22/13)
Three-Pointers: 1 at Columbia (2/22/13)
Free Throws: 5 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Minutes: 17 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Career Highs
Points: 7 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Rebounds: 5 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Assists: 1, last vs. Brown (3/3/12)
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 2 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Three-Pointers: 1 at Columbia (2/22/13)
Free Throws: 5 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Minutes: 17 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)

Ian Hummer
2012-13 Season Highs

Points: 28, last at Elon (1/5/13)
Rebounds: 14 vs. Harvard (3/1/13)
Assists: 7, last vs. Columbia (2/2/13)
Steals: 4, last at Lafayette (11/24/12)
Blocks: 2, last at Cornell (2/23/13)
Field Goals: 12 at Lafayette (11/24/12)
Three-Pointers: 1, last at Columbia (2/22/13)
Free Throws: 7, last vs. Dartmouth (3/2/13)
Minutes: 40 vs. Yale (2/9/13)
Career Highs
Points: 28, last at Elon (1/5/13)
Rebounds: 15 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Assists: 7, last vs. Columbia (2/2/13)
Steals: 5 at Northeastern (12/18/11)
Blocks: 4, last vs. Penn (3/6/12)
Field Goals: 12 at Lafayette (11/24/12)
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: 23 at Columbia (2/22/13)
Rebounds: 6 vs. Rider (12/20/12)
Assists: 4 at Cornell (2/23/13)
Steals: 3, last vs. Cornell (2/1/13)
Blocks: 2, last vs. Columbia (2/2/13)
Field Goals: 9 vs. Columbia (2/22/13)
Three-Pointers: 3 vs. Brown (2/8/13)
Free Throws: 7 vs. Cornell (2/1/13)
Minutes: 40 vs. Bucknell (12/22/12)
Career Highs
Points: 23 at Columbia (2/22/13)
Rebounds: 10 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Assists:
4 at Cornell (2/23/13)
Steals: 3, last vs. Cornell (2/1/13)
Blocks: 2, last vs. Columbia (2/2/13)
Field Goals: 9 vs. Columbia (2/22/13)
Three-Pointers: 3 vs. Brown (2/8/13)
Free Throws: 7 vs. Cornell (2/1/13)
Minutes: 40 vs. Bucknell (12/22/12)

Edo Lawrence
2012-13 Season/Ca
reer Highs
Points: 0
Rebounds: 0
Assists: 0
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 0
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 1 at Lafayette (11/24/12)


Mike Washington Jr.
2012-13 Season/Career Highs

Points: 0
Rebounds: 3 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)
Assists: 0
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 0
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 8 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)

Clay Wilson
2012-13 Season
Points: 15 at Syracuse (11/21/12)
Rebounds: 3, last vs. Columbia (2/22/13)
Assists: 2, last at Elon (1/5/13)
Steals: 2, last vs. Drexel (12/8/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 5 at Syracuse (11/21/12)
Three-Pointers: 5 at Syracuse (11/21/12)
Free Throws: 2 vs. Drexel (12/8/12)
Minutes: 30 at Kent State (12/1/12)
Career Highs
Points: 15 at Syracuse (11/21/12)
Rebounds: 3, last vs. Columbia (2/22/13)
Assists: 2, last at Elon (1/5/13)
Steals: 2, last vs. Drexel (12/8/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 5 at Syracuse (11/21/12)
Three-Pointers: 5 at Syracuse (11/21/12)
Free Throws: 2 vs. Drexel (12/8/12)
Minutes: 30 at Kent State (12/1/12)

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