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2015-16 Schedule
13-5, 2nd in Ivy
Harvard vs. Princeton Postgame Breakdown. (1:15)

Watch: Harvard (9-11) vs. Princeton (12-5)

Harvard has appeared in four straight NCAA tournaments, but that streak is very much in jeopardy, although it has the Ivy League's leading rebounder in Zena Edosomwan. The Crimson travel to face a Princeton team that last reached the tournament in 2011. Live on ESPNU, WatchESPN


Princeton rallies to beat Penn in OT, 73-71

Amir Bell scored 28 points, including 4 of 5 from 3-point range, and Princeton rallied in overtime to beat Penn 73-71 in the Ivy League opener for both teams on Saturday.

Is the Crimson dynasty ending?

Harvard has represented the league in the NCAA tourney for five straight years. Yale and Princeton have other plans this season. The Bulldogs' Justin Sears could repeat as Ivy POY, and the Tigers can win with either offense or defense. Meanwhile, Harvard is short-handed. Tuesday Truths (Insider)

Miami comes back to beat Princeton (1:01)

Miami (FL) too much for Princeton

Princeton led by as many as six points with 10 minutes remaining, but couldn't hold on because of athleticism like this emphatic dunk by Davon Reed. The Hurricanes move to 11-1.

Upset alert -- Ivy League style

Princeton is tied with No. 13 Miami (FL) with under eight minutes left in the second half. No Hurricanes player has double-digit points but the team is shooting over 50 percent from the field. Streaming live on ESPN3

Team Stats

Points Per Game78.468th
Rebounds Per Game38.870th
Assists Per Game14.6101st
Points Allowed67.786th