Princeton Rumors & News

  • Princeton big man Hans Brase will transfer

    Fanrag Sports "Princeton Tigers big man Hans Brase will be a graduate transfer, a source told FanRag Sports on Tuesday. Brase missed all of the 2015-16 season after he tore his right ACL. The Ivy League doesn’t allow medical redshirts, but he retained a year of eligibility by withdrawing from school so he..." March 22

  • Notre Dame escapes against No. 12 seed Princeton

    The Sports Xchange "BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Notre Dame was able to gut out a victory in its NCAA Tournament opener after being bloodied, bruised and threatened until the final whistle. Bonzie Colson overcame a sore ankle to score 18 points and grab seven rebounds as the fifth-seeded Fighting Irish held on to defeat..." March 16

  • Princeton beats Yale to win inaugural Ivy League tournament

    The Sports Xchange "Sophomore guard Myles Stephens scored 23 points and top-seed Princeton won the inaugural Ivy League tournament by defeating Yale 71-59 Sunday at The Palestra in Philadelphia, Pa. Princeton (23-6) returns to the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2011. The Tigers went 15-0 in the..." March 12

  • Princeton loses Henry Caruso for rest of season with toe injury

    ESPN "Princeton has lost Henry Caruso for the rest of the season because of a toe injury. The school made the announcement just three days after the Tigers lost Hans Brase for the remainder of the season because of a knee injury." December 15

  • Princeton’s Hans Brase to miss remainder of season

    The Trentonian "Princeton forward Hans Brase has suffered a season-ending knee injury for the second straight year. This time, however, his Tigers career is over. The senior sustained the injury to his right knee late in the first half of Princeton’s 80-71 loss at Virginia Commonwealth on Nov. 29. He..." December 13

  • Late run helps Cal pull away from Princeton

    The Sports Xchange "California used a 11-1 run keyed by guard Charlie Moore late in the second half to take the lead for good as it pulled away late to beat Princeton 62-51 at the Pearl Harbor Invitational in Honolulu, HI on Tuesday. The Tigers (2-4) led 46-44 after a three-pointer by forward Henry Caruso with..." December 06