PRINCETON, N.J. -- Freshman Hans Brase posted his first career double-double with 11 points and a career-high 15 rebounds as Princeton routed College of New Jersey 71-33 Sunday.
The Tigers (8-7), playing their first game since Jan. 12 because of finals, have won three straight and five of their past six. The 33 points allowed was their fewest since defeating Rice 51-28 in January 2007.
The Division III Lions (5-15) playing their second game in a span of 25 hours, fell behind 9-0 and trailed 39-17 at intermission after Princeton closed the half with a 20-3 run.
The Tigers had a 60-30 rebounding advantage.
Princeton shot only 36.2 percent (21 of 58), but held the Lions to 23 percent (14 of 61), the lowest for an opponent since the 2002 Division III game against McDaniel College, then Western Maryland, shot 18.2 percent.
Emmanuel Matlock and D.J. Keegan scored 10 apiece for TCNJ.
Charles Matthews, who spent his freshman season at Kentucky, has picked Michigan as his transfer school, according to a source.
Chad Ford and Jeff Goodman offer their opinions on the surprises they're expecting at the NBA draft, with Ford believing there will be a lot of trade activity while Goodman thinks people will be surprised by potential draft spot of Marquese Chriss.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino said he doesn't "have time to figure out what" Kentucky coach John Calipari meant in recent comments that appeared to be a jab at the Cardinals' program.