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Princeton (20-8) at Tulane (17-16)
College Basketball Invitational first round
Wednesday, Mar. 19, 2014, 8 p.m. ET • New Orleans, La.


  5
T.J. Bray • Sr. • Guard • 6-5 • 207 • New Berlin, Wis.

First-team All-Ivy League 2014, second-team All-Ivy League 2013 ... on the season overall, first in the Ivy in scoring at 18.3 ppg, third in FG pctg. (.548), first in assists (5.0 apg), first in ast/TO ratio (2.9)

  24
Will Barrett • Sr. • Forward • 6-10 • 197 • Hartsville, Pa.

Has started all 28 games ... has hit at least four 3-pointers in a game seven times this season

  30
Hans Brase • So. • Forward • 6-8 • 231 • Clover, S.C.

Leads team in rebounding (5.6 rpg) ... third in total assists with 62

  10
Spencer Weisz • Fr. • Forward • 6-4 • 180 • Florham Park, N.J.

Has started the last 12 games and 18 this season ... has had 13 double-figure scoring games this season

  25
Steven Cook • Fr. • Forward • 6-5 • 185 • Winnetka, Ill.

Started the last 11 games prior to senior night vs. Penn ... has had four double-figure scoring games this season, all in the last 10 contests


11/10 FLORIDA A&M, W, 67-50 12/21 vs. Portland #, L, 93-79
2/15 at Yale*, L, 66-65 (OT)
11/16 at Butler, L, 70-67 12/31 KENT STATE, W, 73-68 2/21 DARTMOUTH*, W, 67-57
11/20 LAFAYETTE, W, 81-80 (OT)
1/4 at Liberty, W, 80-74
2/22 HARVARD*, L, 59-47
11/23 at Rice, W, 70-56 1/11 at Penn*, L, 77-74 2/28 YALE*, W, 57-46
11/26 GEORGE MASON, W, 71-66 1/26 KEAN, W, 84-54 3/1 BROWN*, W, 69-64
11/30 at Bucknell, W, 66-53
1/31 at Harvard*, L, 82-76 3/7 at Cornell*, W, 91-51
12/7 FAIRLEIGH DICKINSON, W, 77-55
2/1 at Dartmouth*, L, 78-69 (OT)
3/8 at Columbia*, W, 74-64
12/11 at Rutgers, W, 78-73
2/7 COLUMBIA*, L, 53-52
3/11 PENN*, W, 70-65
12/14 at Penn State, W, 81-79 (OT)
2/8 CORNELL*, W, 69-48
3/19 at Tulane, 8 p.m. ET (CBI)
12/20 vs. Pacific #, W, 83-58 2/14 at Brown*, W, 69-65
# at Las Vegas, Nev.
    * Ivy League game


Princeton held off a pesky Penn team 70-65 last Tuesday night to win its fifth straight in a row at home over the Quakers, the team's longest home win streak over their historical rival since 1988-92. T.J. Bray needed 23 points to become Princeton's first Ivy League scoring leader since 1972 but came up with a team-high 18 while rookie Steven Cook (14) and junior Clay Wilson (12) were in double figures as well.  

 Princeton vs. Tulane
Record:  Series tied 1-1
First Meeting:  1993
Last Princeton Win:  Dec. 27, 2004, 59-51 in El Paso, Texas
Last Tulane Win:  Dec. 10, 1993, 56-51 in Oakland, Calif.
Largest Princeton Margin of Victory:  8, Dec. 27, 2004, 59-51 in El Paso, Texas
Largest Tulane Margin of Victory:  5, Dec. 10, 1993, 56-51 in Oakland, Calif.
Series Record at Tulane:  None (both previous meetings were neutral site)
Streak overall:  Princeton, 1
Streak at Tulane:  None


Princeton By the Numbers
Tulane

20-8, 8-6 Ivy
Record 17-16, 8-8 Conference USA
None Postseason 2013  CollegeInsider.com Round of 16
.448 FG%  .413
.428 FG% Allowed  .444
.364 3FG%
 .353
.322 3FG% Allowed
 .353
.720 Free Throw Percentage  .693
32.9 Rebounding Average
 33.7
32.3 Rebounding Average Allowed
 34.1
 T.J. Bray (18.3 ppg) Leading Scorer
 Louis Dabney (15.2 ppg)
 Hans Brase (5.6 rpg) Leading Rebounder
Tre Drye (7.6 rpg)
 T.J. Bray (5.0 apg) Assists Leader
 Jonathan Stark (4.2 apg)


• Princeton and Tulane will meet for the third time Wednesday night and for the first time in the postseason. The teams' previous meetings were both in neutral-site December tournaments, including a Tulane win in 1993 in Oakland, Calif., and a 2004 Princeton win in El Paso, Texas.

• Should the Tigers advance, they would have a history with either possible opponent in the next round. Princeton is 1-1 all-time against UTEP, as current assistant coach Brian Earl '99 scored a game-high 23 points to help Princeton beat the Miners 76-64 on Dec. 28, 1996 in El Paso before the Miners evened the series with a 68-42 win eight years later to the day in 2004, once again in El Paso. Princeton has faced Fresno State three times and won all three, in 1986 in Indianapolis, in 1995 in Fresno (Mitch Henderson '98 had a team-high 18), and in 2003 in Fresno.

• When Princeton accepted the CBI bid Sunday night, the Tigers were the fifth Ivy League team to gain a postseason berth this season, a league record. Harvard will represent the league in the NCAA Tournament Thursday, while Brown, Columbia and Yale all have games this week in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament.

• This will be Princeton's third visit to Louisiana, all to New Orleans. The Tigers made their first visit in December 1994 at a University of New Orleans-hosted tournament in which Princeton outlasted Texas A&M in four overtimes 71-66 but lost the next night to UNO 50-43. Mitch Henderson started both games for Princeton in his rookie season and was one of five Tigers in double figures against the Aggies, getting 13 points. The Privateers kept Henderson off the board the next night and held all the Tigers to no more than nine points apiece. Princeton made its return visit to New Orleans in 2001 to face sixth-ranked North Carolina as a No. 2 seed in the NCAA Tournament at the Superdome, losing 70-48. Brendan Haywood, now a 12-year NBA veteran, led the Heels with 15 points and Ed Persia '04 led Princeton with 16 points.

• Tulane assistant coach Shammond Williams is another link between Princeton and Tulane, also via North Carolina. Williams started both games of a home-and-home in 1996 and 1997 with Princeton. In Jadwin Gym, Williams scored 12 points, third on his team, to help 12th-ranked North Carolina to a 69-60 win over unranked Princeton. When the teams met in the Dean Dome the next year, North Carolina was ranked No. 2 and Princeton No. 22. Williams led his team with 19 points, Henderson led his with 14, and North Carolina won 50-42.

• Of course, the most prominent link between Princeton and Tulane is the man who gave Tulane its name, Paul Tulane. Now buried in Princeton Cemetery just a short walk from campus, Paul Tulane was a businessman who grew up in Princeton before growing his business career in New Orleans. Tulane donated to what was then the University of Louisiana, and in 1884, the university became private and took on his name.

• This will be Tulane coach Ed Conroy's third game coaching against Princeton. The Tigers won two from N.C. State in 1991 and 1992 when Conroy was an assistant coach there. Conroy is in his fourth season as head coach at Tulane after spending four season as head coach at The Citadel.

• Tulane is no stranger to the Ivy League, having faced Columbia (1-3), Cornell (1-2), Dartmouth (1-0), Penn (1-3), Princeton (1-1) and Yale (1-1) in their history. None of those games are more recent than the last time Princeton and Tulane met, however, in 2004. The only Tulane-Ivy games to occur after 1978 were wins over Columbia in 1990, Penn in 1992 and Princeton in 1993 before the loss to Princeton in 2004.

• Princeton and Tulane have a set of prep-school teammates in freshmen Pete Miller for Princeton and Josh Hearlihy for the Green Wave. Both attended Northfield Mount Hermon in Massachusetts last year.

• By winning its last five games, Princeton outperformed its forecast in the Ivy League's official preseason media poll, finishing tied for third insted of the fourth-place finish the league's media predicted.

• If Princeton defeats Tulane, it would give Princeton coach Mitch Henderson the most victories of his young head coaching career, edging past the 20 the 2011-12 team had in his first venture as a head coach. Princeton last won more than 20 games in 2011, when it went 25-7 and came within two points of eventual Final Four team Kentucky in the NCAA Round of 64.

• This is Princeton's third venture into the CBI, all in the last five years. In 2010, Princeton made the semifinal, beating Duquesne at home and IUPUI on the road before losing at Saint Louis. In 2012, Princeton defeated Evansville on the road before losing to Pittsburgh in the quarterfinals.

• Princeton leads Tulane all-time in postseason appearances 32-10. The Tigers have 24 NCAA appearances (last in 2011), five NIT berths (last in 2002) and now three CBI bids. The Green Wave has been to the NCAAs three times (1992, 1993, 1995), winning a game each time, while earning six NIT berths (last in 2000) and one CIT bid (2013).

• Tulane and Princeton have just one common opponent this season, Rice. Princeton beat the Owls in Houston on Nov. 23 70-56 in a game that Princeton led by as many as 25 points. Tulane led by as many as 22 in its 58-41 win over the conference-foe Owls on Jan. 18. The Rice game was also the last time Princeton faced a Conference USA opponent.

• Princeton is one 3-pointer away from tying the program record for 3s in a season at 265. The mark was set by Mitch Henderson's senior-year team in 1997-98.

• Princeton senior T.J. Bray is five points away from reaching 1,000 for his career, which would make him the 30th player in Princeton history to do so. Princeton has had a couple 1,000-point scorers in the last few years with Douglas Davis '12 and Ian Hummer '13 after not having one since Will Venable '05 and Judson Wallace '05.

• Though taking over the No. 1 spot is unlikely, T.J. Bray could move up on several Princeton career lists. He's presently third in career assists (kept since 1974-75) at 361, 20 behind runner-up Kit Mueller '91. He has 120 assists this season, fifth since records have been kept and eight back of fourth-place Mueller. Bray is also the only player in Princeton annals to have three 100-assist seasons. He is fifth on Princeton's career steals list, now at 148 and eight back of co-third-place holders Will Venable '05 and Marcus Schroeder '10. When he takes the floor in Wednesday's game, he'll move past assistant coach Brian Earl '99 for fourth with 117 career games played, behind only former teammates Ian Hummer '13 (123), Douglas Davis '12 (122) and Patrick Saunders '12 (118). Bray is also 12th on Princeton's career 3-pointers list with 133, nine back of current Richmond coach Chris Mooney '94.

• When T.J. Bray was named to the first-team All-Ivy League last week, it extended Princeton's streak of having a first-teamer to four years, the longest since Princeton had one in 14 straight seasons from 1988-2001.

• Spencer Weisz's Ivy League Rookie of the Year award was Princeton's first since Konrad Wysocki '04 in 2001.

• Among prior Princeton freshmen, Spencer Weisz has scored the eighth-most points since freshmen became eligible in the 1978-79 season. His 258 points are the most for a Princeton freshman since Douglas Davis '12 scored 333 in 2008-09. Just above Weisz on the list are assistant coach Brian Earl '99, who had 268 points as a freshman in 1995-96, and Sydney Johnson '97, who had 273 points in 1993-94.

• Weisz has joined an impressive list in other statistical categories as well. His 63 assists are the most for a Princeton freshman since Marcus Schroeder '10 had 87 in 2006-07. His 136 rebounds are the most for a Princeton freshman since Chris Young '02 had 160 in 1998-99.

• In 58 Ivy League seasons including 2013-14, Princeton has posted 52 winning Ivy seasons, four 7-7 finishes and just two losing records.

• Princeton finished the Ivy season 9-5 or lower 15 times in the first 57 seasons of Ivy League basketball (last in 2008-09, 8-6). In the season following all 15 of those campaigns, Princeton's record was either the same (three times) or better (12 times), never worse. Five of those 15 times, Princeton went on to win the Ivy title the year after going 9-5 or lower. Eight of those 15 times, Princeton finished 11-3 or better a year after going 9-5 or lower.

• Freshmen Spencer Weisz (15) and Steven Cook (nine) have each started at least 11 games, the first time since 2006-07 (Marcus Schroeder '10, Lincoln Gunn '10) that two Princeton freshmen have started that many games. Both Schroeder and Gunn started all 28 games that season.

• At 20-8, Princeton has clinched a winning season and made Mitch Henderson the first Princeton coach since John Thompson III '88 (Princeton coach 2000-04) to have winning campaigns in each of his first three seasons as Princeton coach. Henderson is the sixth Princeton coach to accomplish that.

• The importance of 3-point shooting to the Tigers is also clear when looking at stats in wins versus losses. In wins, Princeton shoots .378 from distance. In losses, .322. Defense has also been important in determing the Tigers' outcome this season. In wins, Princeton allows a .409 overall FG clip and .297 from beyond the arc. In losses, it's .478 overall and .389 from 3-point range.

• During the 0-4 start to the Ivy season, Princeton allowed opponents to shoot .493 from the field overall and .380 from beyond the arc on the way to an average of 72.5 ppg. In the 10 games since (8-2), Princeton has allowed opponents to shoot .386 from the field overall and .273 from beyond the arc on the way to 58.5 ppg. The Tigers were .459/.327 overall/3pt during the winless streak (67.8 ppg) and .433/.345 since (67.8 ppg). Rebounding has also helped the Tigers turn it around, as Princeton was getting outrebounded by 6.5 rpg while going 0-4 and is outrebounding opponents by 2.9 rpg since.

• Entering the week, Princeton had two national top-10 statistical rankings. The Tigers were No. 1 in fewest fouls (479) and fourth in 3-pointers per game (9.4).

• Entering the week, T.J. Bray had played his way into the national top 250 in nine statistical categories with a high of 17th in assist-to-turnover ratio at 2.93.

• Princeton is 16-3 this season when opponents score below 70 points and 4-5 when opponents reach 70. The Columbia home game was the first game that Princeton's opponent won despite not scoring at least 70 points, followed by the game at Yale and the home game against Harvard.

• Princeton is 16-3 this season when leading at the half this season and had won 22 straight such games before the home Columbia, road Yale and home Harvard contests.


• Of Princeton's 1,480 field goal attempts this season, 725, or 49 percent, have been from beyond the arc. Princeton's opponents' 3FG attempts account for only 29.1 percent of their total.

• Princeton is 17-3 this season when holding opponents below 37 percent from beyond the arc and 3-5 when foes hit at least 37 percent of their treys.


• Tulane began the season with four straight wins, followed that with five straight losses and hasn't had a streak in either direction of more than two games since. 

• Tulane is 0-10 this season when failing to reach 58 points and 17-6 when getting to 58.

• Princeton averages nine made 3-pointers a game and 26 attempts. The Green Wave has seen eight opponents make at least nine 3-pointers and Tulane is 0-8 in those games. Only three opponents have taken as many as 26 3-pointers against Tulane this season, and the Green Wave is 0-3 in those games.

• Entering the week Tulane was 15th of 16 teams in C-USA in field goal percentage at .413 and 14th in field goal percentage defense at .444. The Green Wave was second in the league in free throw percentage at .693. Beyond the arc, Tulane was third in 3-point field goal percentage at .353 and 14th in 3-point FG percentage defense at .353.

• Tulane boasts three of the top 12 scorers in Conference USA, including Louis Dabney (8th, 15.2 ppg), Jonathan Stark (10th, 14.4) and Jay Hook (12th, 14.0).

• Tulane's Tre Drye is seventh in C-USA in rebounding at 7.6 rpg. The Tigers have already met the league's top rebounder in Rice's Sean Obi at 9.3 rpg, with Obi grabbing nine boards against Princeton in November.

• Tulane's Jay Hook is the No. 1 3-point shooter by percentage in C-USA at 479, making 81 of the 169 threes he's tried. Jonathan Stark leads the league in minutes played at 37.18.

• The trio of 6-3 sophomore Louis Dabney, 6-0 freshman Jonathan Stark and 6-3 junior Jay Hook account for 68 percent of Tulane's points this season. Those three, along with 6-6 junior Tre Drye, have started at least 32 of the team's 33 games, while 7-0 senior Tomas Bruha and 6-9 senior Kevin Thomas have largely split the other starting position.

• Jonathan Stark scored in double figures in 16 of the team's first 17 games but then just five of the next 11. He brings a five-game streak of scoring in double figures into the Princeton game.

• Tomas Bruha is on an 11-game streak with a rebound in each contest. The seven-footer had a board in just 14 of the team's first 22 games.

• Louis Dabney has scored no more than six points in any of the last three games, his longest stretch of the season without reaching double figures.

• Tre Drye has 11 double-figure rebounding games this season, though he has just two double-doubles. Both of those came within the team's first four games. Tulane won its first eight games in which Drye grabbed at least 10 boards but has won just one of the last three. Drye has had at least 10 rebounds in each of the last three games and five of the last six.

• Jay Hook had double-doubles in three of the team's first four games but has had none since.

• Jonathan Stark has had an assist in 32 of 33 games this season and 26 straight. His season/career high is nine, set against Division II Cedarville back in November, and he had eight against Rice in January.


Mitch Henderson '98 is in his third season as Princeton's head coach. His overall record at Princeton is 57-31.

Under Henderson, Princeton is 30-8 at home, 28-14 in the Ivy League, and 18-3 in the Ivy League at home. Princeton is 44-11 when leading at the half under Henderson.

Henderson is the first Princeton coach since John Thompson III ’88 (2000-04) to have winning seasons in each of his first three campaigns. He is the sixth Princeton coach to accomplish that, following Frederick Luehring (1912-20), Butch van Breda Kolff ’44 (1962-67), Pete Carril (1967-96), Bill Carmody (1996-2000) and Thompson III ’88 (2000-04).



Henderson is in ninth place on the Princeton all-time wins list, with predecessor Sydney Johnson '97 in eighth with 66 wins over four seasons. With 37 wins through his first two seasons, Henderson was fourth on the list of wins for Princeton coaches through their first two campaigns, behind Carmody (51), van Breda Kolff (39), and Carril (39).

Henderson was a second-team All-Ivy Leaguer in 1998, an honorable mention All-Ivy Leaguer in 1997, and was a two-time Ivy Rookie of the Week in 1994-95.

Henderson graduated as the fourth-leading assist man in program history (kept since 1974-75) and is now fifth, having been surpassed by one of his players, Ian Hummer '13. Henderson graduated fifth in career assists (kept since 1974-75) and is now eighth, having been passed by former teammate Gabe Lewullis '99, current San Diego Padre Will Venable '05 and Marcus Schroeder '10.

 Henderson is one of seven Princeton alumni who are current Division I head coaches, including John Thompson III '88 (Georgetown), Joe Scott '87 (Denver), Mike Brennan '94 (American), Chris Mooney '94 (Richmond), Sydney Johnson '97 (Fairfield) and Craig Robinson '83 (Oregon State). Including coaching changes made after the regular season, Princeton leads Division I in alumni as active D-I head coaches.

Prior to Princeton, Henderson coached at Northwestern for 11 seasons under his final head coach at Princeton, Bill Carmody, from 2000-11.



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Will Barrett • Sr. • F • 6-10 • 197
Hartsville, Pa. • Central Bucks South
Has surpassed his highest scoring season in the program, with 294 points; scored 251 last year as a junior ... 10.5 ppg average is higher than any season-ending average at Princeton (9.3 ppg in 2012-13) ... missed most of the 2011-12 season due to injury and retained a year of eligibility ... hit .516 from beyond the arc last season (48-93), good enough to register as ESPN's national leader in 3FG percentage but did not meet the NCAA minimum (needed to make 2.5/game, or 68) ... surpassed career high with 28 points at Dartmouth on Feb. 1 ... scored 24 points at Penn State to tie a (then) career high and had 16 of the team's 25 points as the Tigers whittled the deficit from 20 to three after the midway point of the second half ... has had 13 double-figure scoring games so far this season
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 28 at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
7, last vs. Kent State (12/31/13)
4, last at Cornell (3/7/14)
3 vs. Columbia (2/7/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
3 vs. FAMU (11/10/13) 9 at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
6, last at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
5 at Butler (11/16/13) 40 at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2009-14 28 at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
10 vs. Penn (1/12/13) 4, last at Cornell (3/7/14)
3, last vs. Columbia (2/7/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
3, last vs. FAMU (11/10/13) 9 at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
6, last at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
9 at Buffalo (11/10/12) 40 at Dartmouth (2/1/14)

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Hans Brase • So. • F • 6-8 • 231
Clover, S.C. • Hill School (Pa.)
Pronunciation: BRACE ... has started 46 of the team's last 47 games, with Senior Night 2013 as the only exception ... against Liberty, in the season's 13th game, surpassed last season's entire point total of 150, following a season in which he played in every game ... all-around contributor, standing second on the team in scoring, first in rebounds, third in assists, fifth in 3-pointers made and third in blocks ... current averages in points (10.8, 5.4 in 2012-13) and rebounds (5.6, 4.2 in 2012-13) better his averages from a year ago ... was the only freshman to play in more than 10 games last season ... has 16 double-figure scoring games this season and had seven last season
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 20 at Harvard (1/31/14)
11 at Butler (11/16/13) 7 at Bucknell (11/30/13) 2, last at Brown (2/14/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
3 at Penn State (12/14/13)
8 at Harvard (1/31/14)
3, last vs. Columbia (2/7/14)
9 vs. Kent State (12/31/13)
39 at Butler (11/16/13)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2012-14 20 at Harvard (1/31/14)
15 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13) 7 at Bucknell (11/30/13) 2, last at Brown (2/14/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
3, last at Penn State (12/14/13)
8 at Harvard (1/31/14)
3, last vs. Columbia (2/7/14)
9 vs. Kent State (12/31/13)
39 at Butler (11/16/13)

5
T.J. Bray • Sr. • G • 6-5 • 207
New Berlin, Wis. • Catholic Memorial
First-team All-Ivy League 2014, second-team All-Ivy League 2013 ... named Ivy Player of the Week on Dec. 2, Dec. 16 and March 3 ... program's first solo captain since 2007 ... missed season's first three games due to injury but returned against Rice ... injury broke a career-long streak of playing in every game, a run of 92 straight ... gained a starting role as a sophomore and started 59 of 60 games (except for Senior Night 2012) in the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons ... .488 career FG shooter, hasn't shot below .432 in a season (freshman year) ... climbing the career assist list (stat kept since '74-'75), presently third with 361; Kit Mueller '91 is second at 381 ... program's active scoring leader, with 995 points ... first Princeton player since the 1990-91 season (Kit Mueller '91) to have at least two double-doubles in a season that came via points and assists ... broke school record for assists in a game with 13 at Penn State
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 26, last at Brown (2/14/14)
9 at Bucknell (11/30/13) 13 at Penn State (12/14/13)
3, last at Columbia (3/8/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1, last vs. Yale (2/28/14)
10 at Brown (2/14/14)
5 at Rutgers (12/11/13)
10 vs. Portland (12/21/13)
44, last at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2010-14 26, last at Brown (2/14/14)
9 at Bucknell (11/30/13) 13 at Penn State (12/14/13)
6, last at Wagner (11/28/12)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1, last vs. Yale (2/28/14)
10 at Brown (2/14/14)
6 vs. Penn (1/12/13) 10 vs. Portland (12/21/13)
46 at Florida State (12/30/11)

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Henry Caruso • Fr. • F • 6-4 • 190
San Mateo, Calif. • Serra
Has played in six games in his rookie season ... scored season's first points against Kean with three free throws ... second-leading scorer in program history at Serra, which also produced Princeton 1,000-point scorer Dan Mavraides '11 as well as prominent sports figures including Tom Brady and Barry Bonds.
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 3 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 3 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
0 0
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1 vs. Portland (12/21/13) 0 0 3 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 5 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 3 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 3 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 0 0
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1 vs. Portland (12/21/13) 0 0 3 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 5 vs. Kean (1/26/14)

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Chris Clement • Sr. • G • 6-2 • 190
Round Rock, Texas • Stony Point
Pronunciation: CLEM-ent ... missed the regular season's final six games due to injury ... reset career scoring best with eight against Lafayette on Nov. 20 ... had scored 28 of season's 51 points in the month of February ... has matched his highest-scoring season at Princeton, scoring 51 points; had 51 as a junior in 2012-13
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 8 vs. Lafayette (11/20/13) 4, last vs. Columbia (2/7/14)
3 vs. Pacific (12/20/13)
3 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 3 vs. Lafayette (11/20/13) 2, last vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
2, last at Yale (2/15/14)
30 at Yale (2/15/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2010-14 8 vs. Lafayette (11/20/13) 4, last vs. Columbia (2/7/14)
6 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13) 3 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1, last vs. Kean (1/26/14)
3 vs. Lafayette (11/20/13) 2, last vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
4 at Cornell (2/23/13) 30 at Yale (2/15/14)

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Steven Cook • Fr. • F • 6-5 • 185
Winnetka, Ill. • New Trier
Has played in 20 games, gaining first career start at Dartmouth; has started 11 games ... nailed first career 3-pointer in closing minutes against FDU during his fourth career appearance ... one of nine Tigers to hit a 3-pointer against Pacific ... reached double figures in points for the first time on Feb. 8 vs. Cornell (13) and did so again the following game at Brown (10) on Feb. 14 ... came within one point of his season/career best with 12 points at Columbia on Mar. 8.
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 14 vs. Penn (3/11/14)
7 at Columbia (3/8/14)
3 vs. Harvard (2/22/14)
2 vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
2, last at Columbia (3/8/14)
5, last vs. Penn (3/11/14)
3 vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
5 at Columbia (3/8/14)
34 vs. Brown (3/1/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 14 vs. Penn (3/11/14)
7 at Columbia (3/8/14)
3 vs. Harvard (2/22/14) 2 vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
2, last vs. Brown (3/1/14) 5, last vs. Penn (3/11/14)
3 vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
1, last vs. Harvard (2/22/14)
34 vs. Brown (3/1/14)

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Daniel Edwards • Jr. • F • 6-8 • 225
Dallas, Texas • Highland Park
Made season debut against Rice ... has played in 32 games on his career ... made three appearances in Ivy play this season, against Dartmouth, at Cornell and against Penn ... did not play in 2012-13 due to injury, preserving a season of eligibility
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 2 vs. Pacific (12/20/13) 0 0
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
0 0 0 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 6 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2010-14 3 at Dartmouth (2/25/12) 2, last vs. Pacific (12/20/13)
0 2 at Duke (11/14/10)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
0 1, last at Dartmouth (2/25/12) 1 at Dartmouth (2/25/12) 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 6 vs. Kean (1/26/14)

40
Bobby Garbade • Jr. • C • 6-11 • 234
Binghamton, N.Y. • Seton Catholic
Pronunciation: gar-BAYED ... made season debut against Rice, but 34 of season's 50 minutes came in the seven-game stretch from Pacific to Harvard (road) ... scored 15 points as a sophomore in 2012-13
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 5 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 2, last at Cornell (3/7/14)
4 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 0
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 2 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 1 vs. Pacific (12/20/13) 10 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2011-14 7 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13) 5 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13) 4 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
0
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 2, last vs. Kean (1/26/14)
1, last vs. Kean (1/26/14)
5 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13) 17 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)

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Ben Hazel • Jr. • G • 6-5 • 191
Bowie, Md. • Our Lady of Good Counsel
Pronunciation: HAY-zul ... only starts of his career have come this season ... did not play in 2012-13, preserving a year of eligibility ... has reached double figures in points nine times this season, far surpassing his career total of double-figure games entering the season (two) ... has 165 points this season, already making this his highest-scoring season ... had 52 career points entering the season ... was a .245 (13-53) career FG shooter entering the season; shooting .378 (51-135) this season ... has surpassed previous total of 3-pointers made entering the season (11) with 32 this season ... grandfather is the late John Mackey, Pro Football Hall of Famer and namesake of the John Mackey Award, given to the top tight end in NCAA FBS
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 18 at Liberty (1/4/14)
7, last at Rutgers (12/11/13)
2, last at Penn (1/11/14)
3 vs. Yale (2/28/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
2 at Liberty (1/4/14)
6 at Liberty (1/4/14)
4, last at Liberty (1/4/14)
6 vs. FDU (12/7/13)
41 at Penn State (12/14/13)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2010-14 18 at Liberty (1/4/14)
7, last at Rutgers (12/11/13)
2, last at Penn (1/11/14)
3 vs. Yale (2/28/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
2, last at Liberty (1/4/14)
6 at Liberty (1/4/14)
4, last at Liberty (1/4/14)
6 vs. FDU (12/7/13)
41 at Penn State (12/14/13)

4
Denton Koon • Jr. • F • 6-8 • 210
Liberty, Mo. • Liberty
Honorable mention All-Ivy League 2013 ... missed the regular season's final six games due to injury ... made an appearance in 18 games this season, getting three starts ... had his first career double-double in the season opener against Florida A&M (17 pts., 11 reb.) ... led team in scoring in each of the first two games ... could join Princeton's 1,000-point club next season, presently with 594 points
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 21 at Butler (11/16/13) 11 vs. FAMU (11/10/13) 4 vs. Lafayette (11/20/13) 3, last at Harvard (1/31/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
2, last at Bucknell (11/30/13) 7, last vs. FDU (12/7/13)
2, last at Rutgers (12/11/13)
6 at Butler (11/16/13) 38 vs. Lafayette (11/20/13)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2011-14 23 at Columbia (2/22/13) 11 vs. FAMU (11/10/13) 4, last vs. Lafayette (11/20/13) 3, last at Harvard (1/31/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
2, last at Bucknell (11/30/13) 9 vs. Columbia (2/22/13) 3 vs. Brown (2/8/13) 7 vs. Cornell (2/1/13) 40 vs. Bucknell (12/22/12)


31
Pete Miller • Fr. • F • 6-10 • 225
Winchester, Mass. • Northfield Mt. Hermon
Second on the team in minutes among freshmen behind Spencer Weisz, with 280 ... has played double-figure minutes in 10 straight games, his longest stretch as a Tiger ... season/career-high seven points came against Harvard on Feb. 22 ... has scored in 16 games this season ... helped Northfield Mount Hermon to a national prep championship in 2013
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 7 vs. Harvard (2/22/14)
7 at Brown (2/14/14)
3 at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
2 vs. Penn (3/11/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
4 at Brown (2/14/14)
3 vs. Harvard (2/22/14)
0 2, last vs. Columbia (2/7/14)
23 vs. Harvard (2/22/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 7 vs. Harvard (2/22/14)
7 at Brown (2/14/14)
3 at Dartmouth (2/1/14)
2 vs. Penn (3/11/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
4 at Brown (2/14/14)
3 vs. Harvard (2/22/14)
0 2, last vs. Columbia (2/7/14)
23 vs. Harvard (2/22/14)

15
Hashim Moore • Fr. • F • 6-5 • 220
Fort Lauderdale, Fla. • Hun School (N.J.)
Pronunciation: ha-SHEEM ... made career debut against Rice and scored first career point on a free throw against Kean ... played at the Hun School in Princeton in 2012-13, earning first-team All-Mid-Atlantic Prep League honors ... played three seasons at Cardinal Gibbons in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., after playing one season at Plantation High School in Plantation, Fla.
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 2 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 0 0
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
0 0 0 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 4 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 2 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 0 0
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
0 0 0 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 4 vs. Kean (1/26/14)

14
Khyan Rayner • Fr. • G • 5-11 • 165
Portland, Ore. • Jesuit
Pronunication: KEY-on ... made debut in season opener against Florida A&M and scored first career points on a 3-pointer and two free throws against Kean ... played three seasons at Jesuit High School in Oregon after moving from Rhode Island, where he played at Bishop Hendricken ... alma mater in Oregon is shared with Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra and the Chicago Bulls' Mike Dunleavy Jr.
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 5 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 0 2 at Cornell (3/7/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 2 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 8 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 5 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 0 2 at Cornell (3/7/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 1 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 2 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 8 vs. Kean (1/26/14)

2
Jimmy Sherburne • Sr. • G • 6-3 • 197
Whitefish Bay, Wis. • Whitefish Bay
Pronunciation: SHUR-burn ... made first career start in the season opener ... did not play in 2012-13 due to injury, preserving a season of eligibility ... with 107 points, has surpassed both previous season-best total (44, in 2011-12) and previous career total (49) ... .395 FG shooter (49-124) between 2011-12 and 2013-14 seasons; shot .200 (2-10) over first two seasons
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 15 vs. Portland (12/21/13)
4, last vs. George Mason (11/26/13) 5, last at Rice (11/23/13) 1, last vs. Penn (3/11/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1 vs. Brown (3/1/14) 5 vs. Portland (12/21/13)
3 vs. FAMU (11/10/13) 5 at Liberty (1/4/14)
37 vs. FAMU (11/10/13)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2010-14 15 vs. Portland (12/21/13)
4, last vs. George Mason (11/26/13) 5, last at Rice (11/23/13) 2 at Rider (12/14/11)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
1, last vs. Brown (3/1/14)
5 vs. Portland (12/21/13)
3 vs. FAMU (11/10/13) 5 at Liberty (1/4/14)
37 vs. FAMU (11/10/13)

13
Mike Washington, Jr. • So. • G • 6-3 • 190
Oak Harbor, Wash. • Oak Harbor
Made season debut against Rice and has played in eight games this season ... scored first career points on Mar. 8 with a bucket at Cornell ... played in 10 games last season, second among freshmen
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 2 at Cornell (3/7/14) 1, last vs. Kean (1/26/14) 0 1 at Cornell (3/7/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
0 1 at Cornell (3/7/14) 0 0 3, last vs. Kean (1/26/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2012-14 2 at Cornell (3/7/14) 3 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13) 0 1 at Cornell (3/7/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
0 1 at Cornell (3/7/14) 0 0 8 vs. TCNJ (1/27/13)

10
Spencer Weisz • Fr. • F • 6-4 • 180
Florham Park, N.J. • Seton Hall Prep
Pronunciation: WICE ... three-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week, on Dec. 9, Dec. 16, Jan. 27 and March 3 ... first Princeton freshman to open the season as a starter since 2008 ... has 13 double-digit scoring games this season and two more nine-point games ... became first New Jerseyan since Brian Earl '99 (1997) to play in a Princeton win at Rutgers ... had  double-double against FDU with 17 points and 10 boards and another against Dartmouth with 11 points and 10 boards ... posted a career-best 18 points Feb. 8 vs. Cornell and grabbed a career-best 12 boards in the rematch with the Big Red ... played for the U.S. in the youth (U-19) competition in the Maccabiah Games, being named team MVP as the U.S. won gold
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 18 vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
10, last vs. Dartmouth (2/21/14)
5 at Cornell (3/7/14)
3, last at Penn (1/11/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
2, last vs. Yale (2/28/14)
7 vs. FDU (12/7/13)
3, last vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
6 vs. Yale (2/28/14)
38 vs. Yale (2/28/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 18 vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
10, last vs. Dartmouth (2/21/14)
5 at Cornell (3/7/14)
3, last at Penn (1/11/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
2, last vs. Yale (2/28/14)
7 vs. FDU (12/7/13)
3, last vs. Cornell (2/8/14)
6 vs. Yale (2/28/14)
38 vs. Yale (2/28/14)

3
Clay Wilson • Jr. • G • 6-3 • 170
Tulsa, Okla. • Lincoln Christian
Brings a run of three straight double-figure scoring games into the postseason after not having a double-figure game since Dec. 8, 2012 against Drexel ... has played 10+ minutes in five straight games after doing so twice in the team's first 23 contests of the season ... 128 of 158 career FG attempts have been from beyond the arc ...has made a 3-pointer in five straight games entering the postseason.
Season Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2013-14 16, last at Columbia (3/8/14)
4 vs. Kean (1/26/14) 3 at Cornell (3/7/14)
1, last at Columbia (3/8/14)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
0 6 at Columbia (3/8/14)
3, last vs. Penn (3/11/14)
6 at Cornell (3/8/14)
24 at Cornell (3/8/14)
Career Highs Points Rebounds Assists Steals
2011-14 16, last at Columbia (3/8/14)
4 vs. Kean (1/26/14)
3 at Cornell (3/7/14) 2, last vs. Drexel (12/8/12)
Blocks Field Goals 3-Point Field Goals Free Throws Minutes
0 6 at Columbia (3/8/14)
5 at Syracuse (11/21/12) 6 at Cornell (3/8/14)
24 at Cornell (3/8/14)
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