2013-14 Preview: Princeton Tigers
Perennial Ivy powerhouse may not have enough to contend in 2013-14
2012-13: 17-11 (10-4 Ivy)
In-conference offense: 1.13 points per possession (1st)
In-conference defense: 1.00 points allowed per possession (2nd)
For the past three seasons Princeton has been able to absorb the graduation of star players and continue performing at a high level. The departures of Kareem Maddox, Dan Mavraides and Doug Davis did not slow the Tigers down. But this season the loss of Ian Hummer will be harder to shrug off. Hummer did everything for the Tigers last season, leading them in points, assists, free throws, rebounds and blocks. No one Princeton player can replace that production in 2013-14.
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