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Princeton (13-10, 4-3 Ivy) vs. Columbia (14-10, 3-5 Ivy)
Friday, Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. at Jadwin Gymnasium
Princeton head coach: Mitch Henderson (Princeton '98, first season, 13-10 overall/at Princeton)
TV: ESPNU (Doug Sherman, Play-by-Play; Tim O'Toole, Color)
Radio: WPRB 103.3 FM, GoPrincetonTigers.com (John Sadak, Play-by-Play; Noah Savage '08, Color)
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All-Time Series: Princeton leads 142-84, 77-33 at home, 38-5 at Jadwin
Streak: Princeton 5 overall, 18 home

Princeton vs. Cornell (10-12, 5-3 Ivy)
Saturday, Feb. 18 at 6 p.m. at Jadwin Gymnasium
Radio: WPRB 103.3 FM, GoPrincetonTigers.com (John Sadak, Play-by-Play; Noah Savage '08, Color)
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All-Time Series: Princeton leads 136-79, 80-27 at home, 36-7 at Jadwin
Streak: Cornell 1 overall, Princeton 1 home


Last weekend's games: at Princeton 59, Dartmouth 47 (2/10/12) | at Princeton 70, Harvard 62 (2/11/12)
Against Columbia and Cornell 2011-12: at Cornell 67, Princeton 59 (1/13/12) | Princeton 62, at Columbia 58 (1/14/12)


Princeton stats: 2011-12 Stats
| Columbia Stats: 2011-12 Stats | Cornell Stats: 2011-12 Stats


Individual 2011-12 game-by-game: 3 Sherburne | 4 Koon | 5 Bray | 11 Fabrizius | 12 Hazel | 14 Clement | 15 Comfort | 20 Davis | 22 Saunders | 23 Wilson | 25 Noonan | 32 Darrow | 34 Hummer | 40 Garbade | 41 Edwards | 44 Connolly
Individual career stats can be found on each player's roster page.

Columbia links: Columbia men's basketball page | Columbia notes
Cornell links: Cornell men's basketball page | Cornell notes

Last game's starters:
20 • Douglas Davis • G • Sr. • 5-11 • Philadelphia, Pa.
Sixth on Princeton career scoring list (1,412) ... leads team in 3-pointers (59) and second in scoring (13.1 ppg) ... had 20 points in last Friday's win over Dartmouth ... second-team All-Ivy 2010, honorable mention 2009
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5 • T.J. Bray • G • So. • 6-5 • New Berlin, Wis.
First season as a starter ... leads team with 85 total assists ... has not had a negative assist-to-turnover ratio since the Rutgers game on Dec. 7 ... second-leading rebounder at 4.6 rpg ... has seven double-digit scoring games this season, including last time out against Harvard (12).

22 • Patrick Saunders • F • Sr. • 6-8 • Gilford, N.H.
Has played 10+ minutes in 22 of 23 games this season while starting the last 18 contests ... has three games of 10+ points this season, most recently against Yale on Feb. 4 (10 pts.).

34 • Ian Hummer • F • Jr. • 6-7 • Vienna, Va.
Has led or co-led the team in scoring in 15 of 23 games this season ... had 20 points last time out against Harvard ... team's leading scorer (16.7 ppg) and rebounder (7.7 rpg) ... has had four double-doubles this season, including his most recent one at FSU (25 pts., 15 reb.) ... second-team All-Ivy 2011.
44 • Brendan Connolly • C • Jr. • 6-11 • Brentwood, Tenn.
Returned to the starting lineup last time out against Harvard for the first time since Nov. 26 against Morehead State ... had his fifth double-digit scoring game in the last eight contests last time out with 11 points against the Crimson ... went 9-14 (.643) from the field last weekend.


So far this season:

Last time out, Princeton won its first home game over an AP-ranked team since Jan. 3, 1977 against No. 2 Notre Dame when the Tigers took care of No. 25 Harvard 70-62. It was Princeton's first home game against an AP-ranked team since Dec. 12, 2001 against No. 4 Kansas.

Princeton swept an Ivy League weekend for the first time this season when it beat Dartmouth and Harvard last weekend. The Tigers swept four of their six Ivy League weekends last season and still have the chance to match that total this season.

Princeton has dialed back its 3-point tries over the Ivy League schedule, trying more than 20 just twice in the last six games. Over the season's first 17 games, including the Ivy opener against Cornell, Princeton tried fewer than 20 3s just six times.

Princeton's 11 3-point tries against the Crimson were its lowest since also trying 11 against another Boston-based team, Northeastern, on Dec. 18. Princeton tried eight threes in a loss to Elon on Nov. 22, a season-low.

Ian Hummer passed milestone point totals on each of the last two Saturday nights, reaching the 1,000-point mark at Yale two weekends ago and passing his uncle John Hummer '70 against harvard to stand with 1,039 career points as the highest scoring member of the three Hummers to play at Princeton along with his father Ed Hummer '67.

With Dan Mavraides '11 and Douglas Davis doing so last year, Princeton had three players reach the 1,000-point mark over the course of two seasons after having no players reach 1,000 since the 2004-05 season.

From an Ivy-season low of .333 at Yale two weekends ago, Princeton increased its shooting percentage in each of the next two games, becoming the first Ivy League team to shoot 50 percent (25-50) against Harvard this season.

Princeton had its largest free throw disparity in its favor of the season against the Crimson, going to the line 24 times (making 17) while Harvard was 7 of 11 from the stripe. It was the second time this season that Princeton made more FTs than its foe attempted, as the Tigers also did so in a win over Northeastern on Dec. 18.

Princeton is 8-1 this season when it gets to the free throw line more than its opponent, with the lone loss coming by one point to Elon on Nov. 22.

Princeton drew the second-most fouls of the season for a Harvard opponent, second only to the 23 whistles the Crimson endured in its win over Central Florida in the Thanksgiving-weekend Battle 4 Atlantis championship.

Princeton's 48 points in the second half against Harvard were its most of the season for the second half and represented only the third time the Tigers have scored more than 40 points after the break (41, Northeastern, Dec. 18; 43, Lafayette, Nov. 30).

Princeton has shot 50 percent or better from the field this season seven times, all in the last 16 games. Over that span, the Tigers have shot below 40 percent only four times.

Hummer is on pace to stand second in career scoring and career field goals in program history, behind only Bill Bradley '65, when his college career is complete next season. Bradley performed his feats in just three seasons and 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 on pace to end this season 13th on the Princeton career scoring list.

Winning an Ivy League title after starting 2-3 may not be an advantageous position, but it is not unprecendented. Penn's 2002 team finished 11-3 after starting 2-3 and emerged from a three-way Ivy League playoff to make the NCAA Tournament.

At the same point of that 2002 season, Yale was playing the role that Harvard is now, the leader at 7-1. Penn and Princeton were playing the opposite roles as today, Penn at 4-3 and Princeton at 5-2. The catalyst weekend came at the same point in the schedule as next weekend, when Yale lost to both Princeton and Penn. If the same scenario is to play out in 2012, Penn and Princeton will have to do the sweeping on the road this time. Harvard was 5-3 in that season at that point before fading to a 7-7 finish, and Brown, the league's No. 2 preseason pick behind the Tigers, was 4-4 on the way to 8-6.

Princeton is 2-8 when it doesn't reach 60 points this season and 11-2 when it scores 60 points. On the defensive end, Princeton is 6-2 when it allows fewer than 60 points and 7-8 when it allows 60 or more.

Princeton is 10-3 this season when it shoots 40 percent or better from the field and 3-7 when it doesn't shoot at least 40 percent.

Princeton is 10-4 this season when it shoots 30 percent or better from 3-point range and 3-6 when it shoots below 30 percent from distance.

Princeton is 1-6 this season when allowing 45 percent or better from the field and 12-4 when holding foes below 45 percent.

Princeton has won the rebounding battle in just four of the last 15 games but is 10-5 over that span. Over the first eight games, Princeton won the rebounding battle five times but was just 3-5 over that span.

The Tigers are 8-5 this season when they hoist 20 or more 3s and 5-5 when they put up fewer than 20. 

In the 19 Princeton games this season in which at least one team has reached 60 points, the first team to reach 60 is 17-2, with the two exceptions both being OT games. Rider reached 60 first in its 72-71 OT loss to the Tigers on Dec. 14, and FSU reached 60 first in its 75-73 3OT loss to Princeton on Dec. 30.

Princeton has out-assisted its opponents 13.9 apg to 9.3 apg this season.

Princeton has improved its free throw shooting from the pre-Ivy schedule to the Ivy campaign, shooting 62.9 percent in the 16 pre-Ivy games and 69.4 percent in the conference season.

The Tigers have also improved on their 3FG percentage defense between the pre-Ivy run and the conference season, allowing 35 percent shooting in the 16 pre-Ivy games and 30.7 percent shooting in the seven Ivy games.

Princeton's highest Ivy League statistical ranking is second in assist-to-turnover ratio at 1.1:1. The Tigers do not rank eighth in any category. 

On the dunk tote board this season, Ian Hummer leads the team with 10 while Denton Koon and Brendan Connolly have eight slams apiece.

Princeton is 7-3 when leading at the half this season and 6-7 when trailing. The Tigers are 2-0 in overtime this season.

Princeton has a seven-game winning streak going in overtime games, the program's longest since winning 10 straight OT games from 1951-61. The youngest three classes on this Tiger team have not lost an OT game. The two streaks are the two longest in program history.

Against Columbia:

Last time these teams met, Princeton was in danger of falling to 0-2 in the Ivy League before using an 11-0 run to power past the Lions and win 62-58 at Levien Gym on Jan. 14. Columbia led 41-35 wth 11 minutes to go before the run that gave Princeton the lead for good.

Brian Barbour led Columbia with 25 points while Mark Cisco had a double-double with 12 points and 10 boards in the meeting earlier this season, while four Tigers were in double figures between 10 and 12 points.

Turnovers were a key statistic in the first meeting, as Columbia had 15 giveaways to six for the Tigers. T.J. Bray had six of Princeton's 10 steals while Columbia only had one steal on the night. The Lions made some of that up on the glass, where it outrebounded Princeton 36-22 including 14 offensive boards.

Princeton buried 7 of 14 3-pointers last time against the Lions, a stat that helped the Tigers as Columbia was just 3 of 11 from distance.

Princeton was able to continue its longest Ivy home win streak against Harvard last weekend, and the Tigers will look to continue their other long Ivy home win streak against the Lions. Princeton has now won 23 in a row against Harvard, 18 against Columbia and no more than three against any other Ivy.

Princeton will face two of the top 20 teams in Division I in scoring defense in back-to-back games, defeating the fourth-ranked team in that category last weekend in Harvard and now playing the No. 20 team in that stat in Columbia Friday night.

Columbia's Brian Barbour is the No. 3 free throw shooter in the nation entering the week, hitting at 90.8 percent. In the first meeting, Barbour was 9 for 11 from the line (.818).

Princeton has the fourth-best FG percentage in the Ivy at .435 and will test that against the Ivy's top-ranked team in FG percentage defense, as the Lions hold their foes to .397.

Against Cornell:

As with last season, Princeton faced Cornell and Columbia on the road first this season before hosting the two New York teams. Home was a much friendlier place last season for the Tigers than Ithaca, as Princeton's 57-55 win came down to the last possession two weeks before handling the Big Red 84-66 in Jadwin. This year, Princeton lost by eight, 67-59, in Ithaca.

The Red have been much better at home than on the road, going 1-10 away from Newman Arena and 9-2 at home. Among the road losses were defeats at Illinois by four, Penn State by 10 and Maryland by eight, while the Red's only road win was at Dartmouth two weekends ago.

Princeton tried 27 3-pointers at Cornell in the Ivy opener and no more than 22 in any of the six games since. The Red remain the Ivy's top ranked team in 3FG percentage defense at .281, a stat at which they rank ninth in the nation.

Cornell's 6-2 freshman guard Galal Cancer had a breakout game against the Tigers in Ithaca, scoring a game-high 17 points. Cancer hasn't had a double-digit scoring game since that career-best 17-point breakout.

While Galal Cancer had a big night against the Tigers, 6-2 senior guard Drew Ferry, Cornell's leading scorer on the season (11.4 ppg) was held without a point for only the second time in the transfer's two-year Cornell career. The only other time was also against Princeton and also in Ithaca last season. In the game at Princeton last season, Ferry had 10 points in his team's 18-point defeat.

Shonn Miller, a 6-7 freshman forward, was also a big factor for Cornell in the win over Princeton, scoring 12 points and grabbing seven rebounds. Miller is averaging 10.6 ppg in the eight Ivy contests and has only failed to score at least nine points once in the league season, getting two points in the loss at Columbia.

Princeton struggled with turnovers and fouls in its visit to Ithaca last month, piling up 13 giveaways to only six for the Red and hearing 20 whistles to 14 for Cornell. That sent Cornell to the line for 27 tries (made 17) to just 16 (made 11) for the Tigers.

The Tigers were also unable to exploit their size advantage on the glass in the game in Ithaca, being outrebounded 42-41 by a Big Red team that holds a -6.6 rebounding disadvantage this season.

Milestones:

Next up on the career scoring list for Ian Hummer (1,039) is his former coach, Sydney Johnson '97, at 1,044, followed by former teammate Dan Mavraides '11 at 1,054. Armond Hill '85 (1,057), James Brangan '60 (1,062), Art Hyland '63 (1,064) are also within range for Hummer this weekend.

Douglas Davis is in sixth place on the Princeton career scoring list at 1,412 points. Next up is current assistant coach Brian Earl '99 at 1,428, the last Princeton player to score as many as Davis.

Davis is in second place in Princeton history in 3-pointers made with 252. Only Brian Earl '99 (281) is ahead of him on that list. Davis is fourth on the Ivy League list for career 3-pointers behind Penn's Tim Begley (253, 2001-05), Brian Earl '99 (281) and Cornell's Ryan Wittman (377, 2006-10)

At 113 career games played, Davis is on track to surpass Brian Earl's program record of 116 games played.

Davis is seventh in program history in field goals made at 499. Brian Taylor '84 is next up at 507. He is third all-time in field goals attempted at 1,200, likely where he'll finish his career as Bud Haabestad '55 is next at 1,339.


Entering the season:

Princeton is coming off its 26th Ivy League championship (55 seasons) and 24th NCAA Tournament appearance (all since 1952), both Ivy League record totals.

Height dominates the Tiger roster this season, as the average height is 6-foot-7. Eight of the 16 players are 6-foot-8 or taller. No other Ivy League team has more than six players at 6-foot-8 (Columbia).

Princeton's 25 wins last season tied for the second-most in program history and the most since the 1997-98 team, which included current coaches Mitch Henderson '98 and Brian Earl '99, went 27-2.

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 second to North Carolina in alumni as active Division I head coaches. Eight Tar Heels are roaming the sidelines, while 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).

There are 11 Ivy League alumni as current Division I head coaches, and Princeton has six. Four of the others are from Penn (Fran McCaffery, Iowa; Matt Langel, Colgate; Andrew Toole, Robert Morris; Jerome Allen, Penn) along with Jeff Jackson from Cornell (Furman).

Princeton is looking to make up for its largest offensive loss to graduation since the 2007-08 to 2008-09 seasons, when the Tigers did not return 57 percent of their offense. From 2008-09 to 2009-10, the loss was just six percent. From 2009-10 to 2010-11, the loss was 25 percent. Now from 2010-11 to 2011-12, the loss is 39 percent. Princeton will be looking to replace the 2011 Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year forward Kareem Maddox and second-team All-Ivy honoree forward Dan Mavraides.

Princeton has increased its win total over three consecutive offseasons, in 2008 (six to 13), 2009 (13 to 22) and 2010 (22 to 25). The last time Princeton had three such offseasons was 1995-97. The last time Princeton had a longer streak was six offseasons, from 1985-90.

Princeton's 59-57 NCAA Tournament loss to Kentucky, which went on to the national semifinal, was the closest the Tigers have come to winning an NCAA Tournament game since its last victory, a 69-57 triumph over UNLV in 1998. It was the closest Princeton NCAA Tournament game, win or lose, since the 1996 win over UCLA (43-41).

Princeton has made the postseason in each of the last two years, advancing to the College Basketball Invitational semifinal in 2010 before the NCAA Tournament last season. Princeton made the postseason annually from 1996-2002 and then only once from 2003-09, in the 2004 NCAAs.

Princeton led the Ivy League last season in scoring defense (63.0 ppg), field goal percentage defense (.330), rebounding margin (+4.1 rpg) and defensive rebounding percentage (.732).

Princeton was picked second in the Ivy League in the preseason media poll, tied with Yale and with Harvard in first place.

 

On Columbia: All five of Columbia's Ivy League losses have come by no more than five points ... Columbia shot 53.3 percent last weekend against Yale and Brown ... the Lions had a 20-point lead with 10 minutes to go against Yale Saturday night in Manhattan, but the Bulldogs closed on a 26-5 run to win 59-58 ... the Lions have shot 50 percent (27-54) from 3-point range over the last three games ... 6-1 junior guard Brian Barbour is on a 10-game double-digit scoring streak and leads the Ivy in free throw percentage at .908 ... ... 6-3 senior guard Noruwa Agho, who led the team in scoring last season at 16.8 ppg, has been out injured since the second game of the season ... four of 6-9 junior center Mark Cisco's five double-doubles this season have come in Ivy play, including a 20-rebound, 18-point game against Cornell on Jan. 21 ... Cisco has shot 70 percent (49-70) from the field over the last nine games and leads the Ivy League in field goal percentage this season at .610 ... Cisco, Barbour, 6-3 sophomore guard Meiko Lyles, 6-7 freshman forward Rosenberg and 6-8 junior forward Daniels have had 110 of the 120 starts this season ... Lyles had a successful weekend last weekend with 17 points in each game against Brown and Yale, shooting .571 (12-21) from the field for his most points since the Ivy opener against Cornell (21) on Jan. 4 ... Lyles is the top 3-point shooter in the Ivy by percentage at .436 (48-110).

On Cornell: 6-2 senior guard Drew Ferry, 6-0 senior guard Chris Wroblewski, 6-7 freshman forward Shonn Miller, 6-3 junior guard Johnathan Gray and 6-8 junior forward Eitan Chemerinski have had 89 of the 110 starts this season ... Cornell is No. 1 in the Ivy in steals per game at 8.0 ... Ferry leads the Ivy in 3-pointers per game at 3.0 ... the Big Red were hot from 3-point range last weekend, going 24 of 49 (.490) against Yale and Brown ... the Red have won the rebounding battle only once this Ivy season, against Dartmouth ... Wroblewski has scored in double digits in five of the last six games after reaching 10 points in 8 of the first 16 games ... Gray has had six straight double-digit scoring games, including 29 points in the 85-84 OT win over Yale last weekend, after reaching 10 points just three times in the first 16 games this season.

Individual Notes


3 • Jimmy Sherburne (SHUR-burn) • G • 6-3 • Jr.
Has played in 21 games ... played double-digit minutes in seven games ... season-high six points came at Columbia on Jan. 14.

4 • Denton Koon • F • 6-8 • Fr.
Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Jan. 2 ... has led all freshmen in minutes with 342 across all 23 games this season ... team is 0-7 when he plays less than 10 minutes and 13-3 when he hits double-digit minutes ... second on the team in dunks with eight this season ... has played 20+ minutes eight times this season ... had a season/career best 10 rebounds at FSU ... reached 10 points for the first time this Ivy season last time out against Harvard.

5 • T.J. Bray • G • 6-5 • So.
Has made his first career starts this season ... has scored double-digit points in seven of the last 13 games ... Ivy statistical rankings: 15th in rebounding (4.6, 2nd on team), 7th in assists (3.7, 1st on team), 5th in steals (1.6, 1st on team), 5th in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.8, 1st on team by Ivy minimums), 5th in minutes played (33.3, 1st on team) ... has not had a negative assist-to-turnover ratio in any game since the Dec. 7 game at Rutgers ... had a career-best seven assists apiece at Siena, Florida State and Cornell ... has hit a 3-pointer in seven straight games.

11 • Brian Fabrizius (fah-BREE-zee-us) • F • 6-11 • Fr.
Made collegiate debut against TCNJ and has played in three games ... Older brother Luke is a senior on the University of Dayton team ... played at Hersey High School in Arlington Heights, Ill., before taking a prep year at Kimball Union Academy in New Hampshire ... one of three players on the team at 6-foot-11.

12 • Ben Hazel (HAY-zul) • G/F • 6-5 • So.
Has played double-digit minutes 11 times this season including in six straight games from Jan. 8-Feb. 4 ... hit 4 of 7 tries from beyond the arc at Brown.

14 • Chris Clement (CLEM-ent) • G • 6-2 • So.
Has played in eight games with nine of his total 19 minutes coming against TCNJ on Jan. 8 ... hit first career 3-pointer against West Alabama.

15 • John Comfort • F • 6-7 • Sr.
Scored 11 of the season's 23 points, and played 28 of season's 81 minutes, in the Bucknell game on Nov. 25; both totals were career highs ... has played in 14 games this season.

20 • Douglas Davis • G • 5-11 • Sr.
Co-captain ... second-team All-Ivy 2010, All-Ivy honorable mention 2009 ... hit buzzer-beating shot to send Princeton to 2011 NCAA Tournament in Ivy playoff game vs. Harvard ... stands sixth on the program's career scoring list (1,412) ... second on program's career 3-pointers list (252) ... one of only two players in program history with four 50 3-pointer seasons along with Brian Earl '99 (now an assistant coach) ... team is 8-9 during his career when he scores five points or fewer, 65-31 when he scores 6+ ... Ivy League rankings: 7th in scoring (13.1, 2nd on team), 6th in 3FG percentage (.388, 1st on team), 2nd in 3s per game (2.6, 1st on team), 6th in minutes played (33.2, 2nd on team).

22 • Patrick Saunders (SAWN-ders) • F • 6-8 • Sr.

Co-captain ... scored season-high 13 points at Northeastern on Dec. 18 ... returned to starting lineup for the last 19 games after coming off the bench for the first four ... has played double-digit minutes in 15 straight games ... scored double-digits (10 pts.) last weekend at Yale for third time this season.

23 • Clay Wilson • G • 6-3 • Fr.
Has played in six games (Morehead State, West Alabama, Florida A&M, TCNJ, Penn, Brown) ... nine of season's 20 minutes came against TCNJ on Jan. 8 ... averaged 27.8 points per game as a senior in high school, earning statewide 3A player of the year honors in Oklahoma.

25 • Tom Noonan • F • 6-8 • So.
Played in four games last season, getting a basket against Brown on Jan. 28.

32 • Mack Darrow (DAIR-oh) • F • 6-9 • Jr.
Hit buzzer-beating 3-pointer to beat Rider on Dec. 14 ... started for the first time in his career on Nov. 27 against West Alabama as the first of 16 straight starts ... has only had a negative assist-to-turnover ratio in three of 21 games this season ... reached double figures for the sixth time this season with 10 points last time out against Harvard.


34 • Ian Hummer • F • 6-7 • Jr.
Second-team All-Ivy League in 2011 ... Ivy League Player of the Week on Dec. 19 ... team's leader in points (16.7 ppg) and rebounding (7.7 rpg) ... had 20 points, nine rebounds and six assists last time out against Harvard ... has had four double-doubles this season, against Buffalo, Bucknell, Rider and Florida State ... has missed seven other double-doubles by no more than two rebounds and another by one point ... had five double-doubles last season, the first Tiger since Bob Roma '79 in 1979 to do so ... 25 points and 15 rebounds at FSU were first 25/15 combo for any Tiger since Roma in Dec. 1978 vs. Seton Hall ... has had as many as seven assists this season and has had at least one assist in 22 of 23 games this season ... has had 20+-point games seven times this season, six were wins ... Ivy League rankings: 3rd in scoring (16.7, 1st on team), 3rd in rebounding (7.7, 1st on team), 9th in FG percentage (.453, 1st on team), 9th in assists (3.2, 2nd on team), 7th in steals (1.3, 2nd on team), 6th in blocks (1.1, 1st on team), 9th in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.2:1, 2nd on team by Ivy minimums), 3rd in offensive rebounds (2.4, 1st on team), 4th in defensive rebounds (5.2, 1st on team), 8th in minutes played (32.8, 3rd on team).

40 • Bobby Garbade (gar-BAYED) • C • 6-11 • Fr.
Has played in five games (West Alabama, Lafayette, Florida A&M, TCNJ, Brown) ... scored first career points (four) against TCNJ on Jan. 8 ... one of two freshmen (Fabrizius) at 6-foot-11 ... averaged a double-double (15.5 ppg, 10.8 rpg) as a senior in HS.

41 • Daniel Edwards • F • 6-8 • So.
Has played in five games (West Alabama, Florida A&M, TCNJ, Penn, Brown) ... had one basket against TCNJ on Jan. 8 ... played in six games last season at Duke, against Wagner and four Ivy contests ... had a bucket each against Brown and Dartmouth.

44 • Brendan Connolly • C • 6-11 • Jr.
Averaged 3.8 ppg in pre-Ivy schedule and is averaging 8.3 ppg in Ivy play ... has reached double digits in points in five of the last eight games after not doing so prior to that this season ... regained a starting role last time out against Harvard; had come off the bench for the 16 games prior after starting the season's first six games ... Ivy League rankings: 20th in rebounding (3.8, 3rd on team), 10th in offensive rebounds (1.7, 2nd on team). 

Tigers from the Line
Player 2011-12 Season/Career

3 Sherburne 5-8 (.625)/6-10 (.600)
4 Koon 16-28 (.571)/16-28 (.571)
5 Bray 27-41 (.659)/40-60 (.667)
11 Fabrizius 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
12 Hazel 8-15 (.533)/15-26 (.577)
14 Clement 0-0 (.000)/4-5 (.800)
15 Comfort 2-4 (.500)/8-15 (.533)
20 Davis 25-34 (.735)/162-205 (.790)
22 Saunders 16-20 (.800)/73-90 (.811)
23 Wilson 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
25 Noonan 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
32 Darrow 38-51 (.745)/66
-86 (.767)
34 Hummer 89-141 (.631)/215-343 (.627)
40 Garbade 0-0 (.000)/0-0 (.000)
41 Edwards 0-4 (.000)/0-4 (.000)
44 Connolly 27-47 (.574)/52-77 (.675)


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

T.J. Bray
2011-12 Season Highs

Points: 15 at Siena (12/22/11)
Rebounds: 8, last at Yale (2/4/12)
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: 5, last at Florida A&M (1/1/12)
Three-Pointers: 4, last at Florida A&M (1/1/12)
Free Throws: 4, last at Columbia (1/14/12)
Minutes: 46 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Career Highs
Points: 15 at Siena (12/22/11)
Rebounds: 8, last at Yale (2/4/12)
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: 5, last at Florida A&M (1/1/12)
Three-Pointers: 4, last at Florida A&M (1/1/12)
Free Throws: 4, last at Columbia (1/14/12)
Minutes: 46 at Florida State (12/30/11)

Chris Clement
2011-12 Season Highs
Points: 3 vs. West Alabama (11/27/11)
Rebounds: 1, last at Brown (2/3/12)
Assists: 1, last at Penn (1/30/12)
Steals: 1 at Penn (1/30/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 1, last at Brown (2/3/12)
Three-Pointers: 1 vs. West Alabama (11/27/11)
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 9 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)

Career Highs
Points: 3, last vs. West Alabama (11/27/11)
Rebounds: 1, last at Brown (2/3/12)
Assists: 1, last at Penn (1/30/12)
Steals: 1, last at Penn (1/30/12)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 1, last at Brown (2/3/12)
Three-Pointers: 1 vs. West Alabama (11/27/11)
Free Throws: 3 at Lafayette (11/30/10)
Minutes: 10 vs. TCNJ (1/23/11)

John Comfort
2011-12 Season Highs

Points: 11 at Bucknell (11/25/11)
Rebounds: 2, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)

Assists: 1 vs. Morehead State (11/26/11)
Steals: 0

Blocks: 1 at Drexel (12/10/11)
Field Goals: 4 at Bucknell (11/25/11)
Three-Pointers: 3 at Bucknell (11/25/11)
Free Throws: 1, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Minutes: 28 at Bucknell (11/25/11)
Career Highs
Points: 11 at Bucknell (11/25/11)
Rebounds: 3 at Yale (2/13/09)
Assists: 1, last vs. Morehead State (11/26/11)
Steals: 1 vs. Goucher (1/24/10)
Blocks: 1, last at Drexel (12/10/11)
Field Goals: 4 at Bucknell (11/25/11)
Three-Pointers: 3 at Bucknell (11/25/11)
Free Throws: 2, last vs. Brown (2/27/09)
Minutes: 28 at Bucknell (11/25/11)

Brendan Connolly
2011-12 Season Highs

Points: 16 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Rebounds: 9 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Assists: 3, last vs. Morehead State (11/26/11)
Steals: 2 at N.C. State (11/16/11)
Blocks: 3 vs. Elon (11/22/11)
Field Goals: 7 at Penn (1/30/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 4, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Minutes: 33 at N.C. State (11/16/11)
Career Highs
Points: 16 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Rebounds: 11 vs. Rutgers (11/12/10)
Assists: 5, last vs. Rutgers (11/12/10)
Steals: 2, last at N.C. State (11/16/11)
Blocks: 3 vs. Elon (11/22/11)
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
2011-12 Season Highs

Points: 11, last at Yale (2/4/12)
Rebounds: 9 vs. West Alabama (11/27/11)
Assists: 5, last at Northeastern (12/18/11)
Steals: 2 vs. Buffalo (11/19/11)
Blocks: 1, last at Yale (2/4/12)
Field Goals: 5 at Yale (2/4/12)
Three-Pointers: 2, last at Columbia (1/14/12)
Free Throws: 5 vs. Wagner (11/12/11)
Minutes: 37 at Rutgers (12/7/11)
Career Highs
Points: 13 vs. Bucknell (11/23/10)
Rebounds: 8 at Yale (2/18/11)
Assists: 5, last at Northeastern (12/18/11)
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 vs. Penn (2/8/11)
Free Throws: 5, last vs. Wagner (11/12/11)
Minutes: 37 at Rutgers (12/7/11)

Douglas Davis
2011-12 Season Highs

Points: 25 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Rebounds: 5 vs. Dartmouth (2/10/12)
Assists: 5 at Penn (1/30/12)
Steals: 4 vs. Lafayette (11/30/11)
Blocks: 2 at Cornell (1/13/12)
Field Goals: 8, last at Florida State (12/30/11)
Three-Pointers: 7 at Siena (12/22/11)
Free Throws: 5 vs. Buffalo (11/19/11)
Minutes: 55 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Career Highs
Points: 27 at Manhattan (12/14/08)
Rebounds: 5, last vs. Dartmouth (2/10/12)
Assists: 5 at Penn (1/30/12)
Steals: 6 vs. Dartmouth (2/5/11)
Blocks: 2, last at Cornell (1/13/12)
Field Goals: 10, last vs. Manhattan (12/14/08)
Three-Pointers: 7, last at Siena (12/22/11)
Free Throws: 6, last vs. Harvard (3/12/11)
Minutes: 55 at Florida State (12/30/11)

Daniel Edwards
2011-12 Career Highs

Points: 2 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Rebounds: 2, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Assists: 0
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 1 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 4 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)

Career Highs
Points: 2, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Rebounds: 2, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Assists: 0
Steals: 2 at Duke (11/14/10)
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 1, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 4, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)


Brian Fabrizius
2011-12 Season/Career Highs

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

Bobby Garbade
2011-12 Season/Career Highs

Points: 4 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Rebounds: 1, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Assists: 0
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 2 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 5 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)


Ben Hazel
2011-12 Season Highs

Points: 12 at Brown (2/3/12)
Rebounds: 7 at Yale (2/4/12)
Assists: 2, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Steals: 1, last vs. Dartmouth (2/10/12)
Blocks: 2 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Field Goals: 4 at Brown (2/3/12)
Three-Pointers: 4 at Brown (2/3/12)
Free Throws: 4 at Bucknell (11/25/11)
Minutes: 30 at Yale (2/4/12)
Career Highs
Points: 12 at Brown (2/3/12)
Rebounds: 7 at Yale (2/4/12)
Assists: 2, last vs. Morehead State (11/26/11)
Steals: 1, last vs. Dartmouth (2/10/12)
Blocks: 2 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Field Goals: 4 at Brown (2/3/12)
Three-Pointers: 4 at Brown (2/3/12)

Free Throws: 4 at Bucknell (11/25/11)
Minutes: 30 at Yale (2/4/12)

Ian Hummer
2011-12 Season Highs

Points: 25 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Rebounds: 15 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Assists: 7 at Rider (12/14/11)
Steals: 5 at Northeastern (12/18/11)
Blocks: 4 at Cornell (1/13/12)
Field Goals: 10, last at Florida State (12/30/11)
Three-Pointers: 2, last at Penn (1/30/12)
Free Throws: 8, last at Yale (2/4/12)
Minutes: 53 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Career Highs
Points: 25, last at Florida State (12/30/11)
Rebounds: 15 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Assists: 7 at Rider (12/14/11)
Steals: 5 at Northeastern (12/18/11)
Blocks: 4 at Cornell (1/13/12)
Field Goals: 10, last at Florida State (12/30/11)
Three-Pointers: 2, last at Penn (1/30/12)
Free Throws: 9 at UNC Greensboro (12/13/09)
Minutes: 53 at Florida State (12/30/11)

Denton Koon
2011-12 Season/Career Highs

Points: 13, last at Florida A&M (1/1/12)
Rebounds: 10 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Assists: 2, last at Brown (2/3/12)
Steals: 1, last at Cornell (1/13/12)
Blocks: 1, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Field Goals: 6 vs. Lafayette (11/30/11)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 3 at Florida A&M (1/1/12)
Minutes: 30 at Florida State (12/30/11)

Tom Noonan
2011-12 Season Highs

Has not yet played
Career Highs
Points: 2 vs. Brown (1/28/11)
Rebounds: 1 vs. TCNJ (1/23/11)
Assists: 1 vs. TCNJ (1/23/11)
Steals: 0
Blocks: 1 vs. TCNJ (1/23/11)
Field Goals: 1 vs. Brown (1/28/11)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 5 vs. TCNJ (1/23/11)

Patrick Saunders
2011-12 Season Highs

Points: 13 at Northeastern (12/18/11)
Rebounds: 6 at Drexel (12/10/11)
Assists: 2, last vs. Harvard (2/11/12)
Steals: 3 vs. West Alabama (11/27/11)
Blocks: 3 vs. Wagner (11/12/11)
Field Goals: 4, last at Yale (2/4/12)
Three-Pointers: 3 at Northeastern (12/18/11)
Free Throws: 4 at Northeastern (12/18/11)
Minutes: 36 at Florida State (12/30/11)
Career Highs
Points: 21 at Marist (1/6/10)
Rebounds: 9 vs. Penn (2/17/09)
Assists: 3, last at Dartmouth (3/4/11)
Steals: 3 vs. West Alabama (11/27/11)
Blocks: 6 vs. Penn (2/17/09)
Field Goals: 8 at Marist (1/6/10)
Three-Pointers: 5 at Marist (1/6/10)
Free Throws: 4, last at Northeastern (12/18/11)
Minutes: 38 at Wagner (12/17/10)

Jimmy Sherburne
2011-12 Season Highs

Points: 6 at Columbia (1/14/12)
Rebounds: 4 vs. Wagner (11/12/11)
Assists: 4, last vs. Dartmouth (2/10/12)
Steals: 2 at Rider (12/14/11)
Blocks: 1 at Rider (12/14/11)
Field Goals: 2 at Columbia (1/14/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 2, last at Penn (1/30/12)
Minutes: 23 vs. Wagner (11/12/11)
Career Highs
Points: 6 at Columbia (1/14/12)
Rebounds: 4 vs. Wagner (11/12/11)
Assists: 4, last vs. Dartmouth (2/10/12)
Steals: 2 at Rider (12/14/11)
Blocks: 1, last at Rider (12/14/11)
Field Goals: 2 at Columbia (1/14/12)
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 2, last at Penn (1/30/12)
Minutes: 23 vs. Wagner (11/12/11)


Clay Wilson
2011-12 Season/Career Highs
Points: 0
Rebounds: 1, last vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)
Assists: 0
Steals: 0
Blocks: 0
Field Goals: 0
Three-Pointers: 0
Free Throws: 0
Minutes: 9 vs. TCNJ (1/8/12)


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