Princeton Continues To Set School, Ncaa Records
The following records have been set by the Princeton University men's basketball team since coach Joe Scott took over the program for the 2004-2005 season.
Finished sixth in the Ivy League in Joe Scott's first season. Princeton's first losing Ivy League season in 52 years.
Scored a total of 21 points in a 41-21 loss to Monmouth. Tying the fewest points by a team in NCAA Division I since the inception of the 3-points shot in 1986.
Lost to D III Carnegie-Mellon 51-46. It was the first DIII team ever to defeat Princeton.
Columbia won the Ivy League opener 64-56 and won consecutive games against Princeton for the first time since sweeping the Tigers in the 1992-93 season.
Princeton's 55-35 loss to Cornell were its fewest points in an Ivy League game since falling to Cornell 63-30 on the final game of the 1984-85 season. The loss was Princeton's biggest in Ivy League play since a 24 pt. defeat against Penn at Jadwin Gym in 2002.
Princeton fell to 0-2 in Ivy League play for the first time since the 1983-84 season.
The 38-point margin in the the 79-41 loss to Seton Hall was the largest since a 77-34 loss to Cornell in 1946.