YALE at princeton


Men’s Basketball Gameday ,,,, ;YALE at Princeton

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A–When: Today, 7 p.m.

A–Where: Jadwin Gym, Princeton, N.J.

A–Records: Y ale (10-15, 4-4 Ivy); Princeton (15-6, 6-1)




A–Scouting Yale: Alex Zampier (17.8 ppg.) leads the Ivy League in scoring. He had 32 points in last Friday’s overtime loss to Harvard, the third time this season he reached the 30-point mark. The Yale single-season record is five and is shared dc shoes by Butch Graves (1983-84) and Jim Morgan (1969-70). Zampier also became the school’s all-time leader in steals last Friday. He has 160 career thefts. Forward Michael Sands is coming off one of his best games. He scored a career-high 20 points and grabbed eight rebounds in a 69-56 win over Dartmouth. Orange’s Greg Mangano also had a big weekend. In his last three games, he is averaging 14.3 points, 8.0 rebounds and 2.7 blocks. The Bulldogs are currently in fourth place in the Ivy League. Yale has finished fourth or better in each of the last nine years.

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A–Scouting P rinceton: The Tigers, who beat Penn 58-51 at the Palestra on Tuesday, are 6-1 in Ivy play, a half-game behind first- place Cornell. Princeton topped the Quakers despite having leading scorer Douglas Davis (13.3 ppg.) held scoreless. Dan Mavraides stepped up to score 24 points. The Tigers lead the league in field goal percentage defense (39.3 percent). Princeton averages nearly seven 3-pointers a game.


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Player Ht. Yr. Pos. PPG Player Ht. Yr. Pos. PPG

Alex Zampier 6-3 Jr. G 17.8 Patrick Saunders 6-7 So. F 5.4

Michael Sands 6-7 Jr. F 10.7 Dan Mavraides 6-3 Jr. G 11.9

Porter Braswell 6-0 Jr. G 5.7 Pawel Buczak 6-11 Sr. C 4.5

Jordan Gibson 6-5 Sr. F 7.8 Douglas Davis 5-11 So. G 13.2

Paul Nelson 6-10 Sr. C 5.5 Marcus Schroeder 6-3 Sr. G 4.5


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Yale — Greg Mangano, 6-10, So., C, 8.2; Austin Morgan, 5-11, Fr., G, 4.4; Michael Grace, 6-0, Fr., G, 2.7. Princeton — Zach Finley, 6-9, Sr., C, 4.7 ; Kareem Maddox, 6-8, Jr., F, 3.5; Ian Hummer, 6-7, Fr., F, 7.1

Yale clinches ECAC


From staff reports PRINCETON, N.J. — Sean Backman had a goal and two assists as the Yale men’s hockey team came from behind to beat Princeton 7-4 Friday night at Hobey Baker Rink to clinch its second straight ECAC Hockey championship.

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The Bulldogs (19-6-3, 15-4-2), ranked fifth in the U.S. College Hockey Online dc skateboard shoes poll, lead Cornell by two points in the standings heading into tonight’s regular-season finale at Quinnipiac. But since Yale swept the Big Red during the regular season, it owns the tiebreaker and thus will receive the top seed in the playoffs and the Cleary Cup regardless of tonight’s outcome.


“This is extremely satisfying. These guys have worked so hard and I wanted to see them rewarded for it,” coach Keith Allain said. “Tonight they were.”

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It was the second straight game in which Yale fell behind 4-1 only to come storming back to victory. Last Saturday, it took three rapid-fire, third-period goals to send it to overtime, where the Bulldogs defeated Clarkson.

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On Friday, Princeton led 3-1 after the first period and tacked on another in the second against goaltender Nick Maricic. Yale didn’t wait to begin its furious comeback. Backman, Mark Arcobello and Brian O’Neill all scored before the second period was over — against the league’s reigning Ken Dryden Award winner as the top goaltender — to tie it at 4 heading into the final period.

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Broc Little gave the Bulldogs the lead for good 10 seconds into the third, racing in to score after Arcobello won the faceoff. Antoine Laganiere and Chad Ziegler added third-period goals. Maricic made 23 saves in the vi