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Harvard Tops Men's Basketball, 59-47

Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications                                                                      Release: 02/22/2014
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T.J. Bray led Princeton with 17 points.
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Game 23: Princeton vs. Harvard

(15-8, 3-6)

Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014
Jadwin Gym • Princeton, N.J.

(22-4, 9-1)

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Princeton led by as many as 12 points before Harvard rallied leading into the halftime break and kept the momentum going in the second half in the Crimson's 59-47 win.

The Tigers were up 11 at 27-16 when Harvard embarked on an 8-0 run to cut the gap to three at 27-24 inside the final minute of the first half. Bridging halftime, Harvard went on a 30-13 run that turned Princeton's 11-point lead into a six-point deficit.

Princeton was never able to recover from that Harvard run and the Crimson left Jadwin Gym with a half-game Ivy League lead over Yale, which will play at Columbia Sunday.

  FGM-A 3FGM-A FTM-A Reb. O-D-T Ast. TO Blk. Stl.
22-50 (.440)
5-13 (.385)
10-12 (.833)
13 5 7
Princeton 18-53 (.340)
8-24 (.333)
3-10 (.300)
14 4 9

  Points Rebounds Assists Steals Blocks 3FGs
Harvard Brandyn Curry (17)
Steve Moundou-Missi (10)
Siyani Chambers (8)
Siyani Chambers (2)
Steve Moundou-Missi (4)
Brandyn Curry (3)
Princeton T.J. Bray (17)
Spencer Weisz (7)
Steven Cook (3)
T.J. Bray (3)
Steven Cook (2)
T.J. Bray (4)

34.6, 54.2: Those were Harvard's first-half and second-half shooting percentages, and the Tigers went the other way. Princeton got out to its 12-point lead on the help of a 40-percent first half from the field but succumbed during a 26.1 percent second-half.


A missed dunk nearly 12 minutes into the second half was quickly turned into a 3-pointer from Harvard's Brandyn Curry, giving the Crimson a four-point lead at 44-40. The momentum stayed with Harvard the rest of the way.


• Senior T.J. Bray led Princeton with 17 points and now has 891 for his career. Bray is the program's active career leader.

• Junior Clay Wilson had a first-half bucket for his first points since he scored six points against Kean on Jan. 26.

• Freshman Spencer Weisz's 12 points were his most since scoring a career/season-high 18 two weeks ago.

• Steven Cook tied a season high with 33 minutes played.

Princeton will host Yale Friday at 7 p.m.
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