|Cornell||S Miller 10.3||S Miller 7.4||M Asafo-Adjei 3.1|
|Princeton||I Hummer 15.5||I Hummer 6.5||I Hummer 4.3|
Princeton welcomes Cornell to Jadwin Gymnasium on Friday. It gets started at 7:00 EST. The Tigers are 4-4 against the Big Red over the last four years. The last time they met (2/18/2012) they won 75-57.
In a 71-33 beatdown of Coll of New Jersey on January 27th, Denton Koon put up 12 points for the Tigers. He is putting up 8.5 points per game while also averaging 3.1 rebounds per game. For the Big Red, Galal Cancer put up 19 points and 5 rebounds in the 66-63 win over Columbia on January 26th. He contributes 2.7 rebounds per game in addition to his 6.1 points per game. Cornell ranks 1st in their conference in defensive rebounding percentage at 73.0, which also places them 29th in the country.
- Princeton players are more experienced than Cornell players (10,540 minutes played vs 9,713 minutes played).
- Ian Hummer is ranked 4th in the Ivy League in points, 6th in the Ivy League in rebounds, 4th in the Ivy League in assists, and 5th in the Ivy League in blocks.
- How does our back look? Princeton is ranked higher than Cornell in the Ivy League (#1 vs #3).
- Princeton is better at defending the three (32.6% allowed vs 36.2% allowed) than Cornell this season.
- T.J. Bray is ranked 9th in the Ivy League in assists and 5th in the Ivy League in steals.
- The Princeton scoring leader (Ian Hummer) has more points than the Cornell scoring leader (Shonn Miller).
- Princeton has a much lower average debt at graduation according to Kiplinger than Cornell ($4,957 vs $21,549).
- Princeton allows fewer rebounds (30.0 allowed per game vs 34.4 allowed per game) than Cornell this season.
- Princeton is bigger. The average weight of the top 8 players on Princeton is 217 lbs compared to 194 lbs for Cornell.
- We're so much better than you, we get lazy. Princeton has come back to win after being down at half against Cornell 3 times since 1998.
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