As a countdown to the start of the 2013-14 athletic schedule, GoPrincetonTigers.com will take a look at each of Princeton's 38 sports. A new post will be added each day Monday through Friday until the first Princeton athletic events on Aug. 31.
|Princeton Men's Basketball: Five Numbers to Know
||First year as a varsity sport
||Ivy League titles
||NCAA tournament appearances
||Ivy League Players of the Year
||Seasons of basketball at Jadwin Gym
• 3rd season as head coach in 2013-14
• Played in three NCAA Tournaments at Princeton
• Earned a degree in economics at Princeton in 1998
• Players have earned five All-Ivy honors during his first two seasons
• Has won 20 Ivy League games in his first two seasons
• Was third on the team in scoring last season at 9.9 ppg
• One of only six players since 1974-75 with two 100+ assist seasons
• Could become the first player since 1974-75 with three 100+ assist seasons
• Was a second-team All-Ivy selection in 2013
• Started 18 games last season, the only freshman to make a start
• Shot 44.5 percent from the field last season
• Was Princeton's fifth-leading scorer last season at 5.4 ppg
• Spent part of this summer with the German U-20 national team at the FIBA European Championship
|Ten Princeton Men's Basketball Facts
• The leading scorer in Princeton history is Bill Bradley '65, who scored 2,503 points in three seasons before the era of freshman eligibility. He went on to win two NBA titles with the New York Knicks and serve three terms in the U.S. Senate from New Jersey. He was also an Olympic gold medalist in with Team USA in 1964.
• Princeton's 26 Ivy League titles are more than any other team in the league, as are its 24 NCAA Tournament appearances.
• Two members of the Princeton head coaching staff, Mitch Henderson '98 and Brian Earl '99 were part of two NCAA Tournament victories in 1996 and 1998.
• Every Ivy League playoff, which serves to award the league's NCAA bid, has involved Princeton, including the thrilling finish in 2011 won with a buzzer-beating shot by Douglas Davis '12.
• The second-leading scorer in program history has changed twice in less than two years, with Douglas Davis '12 scoring 1,550 points and teammate Ian Hummer '13 surpassing him with 1,625 points.
• Princeton's all-time winningest coach is Pete Carril, who is also the Ivy League's winningest coach. Carril won 514 games at Princeton, leading the team to the NCAA Tournament 13 times.
• Princeton co-leads the nation in alumni as current Division I head coaches, with seven (Craig Robinson '83, Oregon State; Joe Scott '87, Denver; John Thompson III '88, Georgetown; Mike Brennan '94, American; Chris Mooney '94, Richmond; Sydney Johnson '97, Fairfield; Mitch Henderson '98, Princeton).
• For five years, a Princetonian had the record for most points scored in an NCAA Tournament game. Bill Bradley's 58 points in the 1965 NCAA third-place game are still the second-most behind the 61 from Austin Carr of Notre Dame in 1970.
• In service since 1969, Jadwin Gym will host its 46th season of basketball in 2013-14. Princeton has a record of 407-114 in Jadwin.
• Princeton has an Ivy League record of 51-19 over the last five seasons, finishing in the top three in the Ivy League in each of those five years.
July 10 - Baseball
July 11 - Field Hockey
July 12 - Football
July 15 - Women's Tennis
July 16 - Men's Heavyweight Crew
July 17 - Women's Basketball
July 18 - Men's Outdoor Track
July 19 - Women's Open Crew
July 22 - Men's Lacrosse
July 23 - Women's Squash
July 24 - Men's Golf
July 25 - Women's Volleyball
July 26 - Men's Basketball