Brown 30 34 64
Princeton 41 28 69
Date of game: 3/1/2014

Recap: Princeton vs. Brown

Princeton, NJ (SportsNetwork.com) - T.J. Bray scored 21 points to lead the Princeton Tigers to a 69-64 victory over the Brown Bears in Ivy League action at Jadwin Gym.

Bray also had seven rebounds and six assists for Princeton (17-8, 5-6 Ivy League), which has won three of its last four. Spencer Weisz chipped in 13 points and Will Barrett tallied 10.

Brown (15-11, 7-5) lost for the second straight game despite the efforts of Cedric Kuakumensah, who finished with 18 points, 10 rebounds and five blocks. Sean McGonagill netted 19 points and Leland King tacked on 10.

Princeton led, 41-30, at halftime after shooting 50 percent from the floor in the first 20 minutes, including a 7-of-14 effort from beyond the arc. Brown had only eight total field goals in the opening frame.

The Tigers cooled significantly in the second half, shooting just 28.6 percent from the floor. The Bears were able to cut into their deficit, but never made up enough ground, shooting 38.9 percent from the floor in the second stanza.

Brown outscored Princeton, 36-24, in the paint. The Tigers had a 27-9 scoring edge from 3-point range.

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