Evan Singletary scored 21 points and Albany (NY) rolled to an 88-54 rout of Yale on Sunday.
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- 11/13W 70-57
- 11/16W 99-77
- 11/19W 79-67
- 11/22L 71-69
- 11/256L 80-61
- 11/29L 88-54
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Freshman Brandon Ingram scored 15 points and played a key role in the defensive switch that helped No. 6 Duke beat Yale 80-61 on Wednesday night.
Duke wins behind second-half surge
The No. 6 Blue Devils went into halftime with a 2-point lead and then outscored Yale 42-25 in the second half to win 80-61 and improve to 5-1. Matt Jones led Duke with 17 points, and Grayson Allen put up 14. Box score
Justin Sears keeps dunking on Duke
The Yale forward threw down another big dunk midway through the second half on ESPNU, where No. 6 Duke holds a 61-48 lead.
No. 6 Duke pulling away from Yale
After starting the second half with just a 2-point lead, Duke is now ahead 50-38 on ESPNU as Grayson Allen leads the Blue Devils with 12 points while also showing off his defense with the steal and dish here.
Yale keeping up with Duke in first half
No. 6 Duke leads unranked Yale 38-36 at the half behind Brandon Ingram's 9 points. Duke hasn't lost a non-conference home game since Feb. 26, 2000 -- when Ingram was 2 years old -- and Yale hasn't beaten a ranked team since Dec. 27, 1952. The Bulldogs have lost each of their last 50 games against AP Top-25 foes. Live on ESPNU, WatchESPN
Justin Sears soars for huge dunk
Yale's Sears pump-faked and drove for a big dunk against No. 6 Duke early in the first half, where Yale leads 13-7 on ESPNU.
Watch: Yale (3-1) at No. 6 Duke (4-1)
Grayson Allen looks to follow up his 32-point effort in Duke's 86-84 win vs. Georgetown to lead the Blue Devils to a third straight win. The Blue Devils are 3-0 vs. Yale, last meeting in December 1973. Live on ESPNU, WatchESPN
Justin Tolbert has leaping ability
Alley-oops are much easier when you have the ups of this 6-foot-7 senior.
Jordan Tolbert scored five of his 17 points in the final three minutes, Markus Kennedy had 12 points and 13 rebounds, and SMU held off Yale 71-69 on Sunday.
Jack Montague hit six 3-pointers and scored a career-high 21 points and Justin Sears nearly had a quadruple-double to lead Yale past Lehigh 79-67 Thursday night.
Justin Sears and Makai Mason combined to score 48 points as Yale built an 18-point first-half lead and cruised past Sacred Heart in the Bulldogs' home opener, 99-77 Monday night.
Makai Mason scored 23 points and Brandon Sherrod 20, and Yale opened its season with a 70-57 victory over Fairfield on Friday.
Every team in the nation ranked
- 96. South Dakota State
- 97. Yale
- 98. William & Mary
- 99. UNLV
- 100. UC Irvine
Preseason bracketology: No. 14 seeds
- East: Yale Bulldogs
- West: South Dakota State Jackrabbits
- South: Hofstra Pride
- Midwest: Stony Brook Seawolves
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Harvard lost a lot of talent to graduation and injuries, which has opened the Ivy League's door. Princeton looks ready to step up.
A collection of all the latest recruiting buzz and updated evaluations from September's showcase events in the Northeast.
Bracketology: No. 13 seeds
- East: Yale Bulldogs
- West: Valparaiso Crusaders
- South: Murray State Racers
- Midwest: Iona Gaels
Jeff Goodman looks at every Division I team taking a foreign trip this summer, including the Kansas Jayhawks and several other title contenders.
The Bulldogs lost a second straight heartbreaker that would've ended one of the country's longest tournament droughts.
Steve Moundou-Missi hit a 15-foot jumper with 7.2 seconds left to lift Harvard to a 53-51 victory over Yale in the Ivy League playoff.
Yale Bulldogs vs Bryant Bulldogs
John J. Lee Amphitheater - Wed 12/2