Bears Wrap Up 2010-2011 Season At Cornell and Columbia
Providence, Rhode Island - Coach Jesse Agel's Brown men's basketball team concludes its 2010-2011 season this weekend, March 4 & 5, traveling to Ithaca, New York on Friday to face Cornell, and to New York City on Saturday to complete its season against Columbia. Four Brown seniors – Garrett Leffelman, Peter Sullivan, Chris Taylor and Adrian Williams – will playing the final collegiate games this weekend. All four have made lasting contributions to the Brown basketball program, and have played in a combined 403 career games, with several records set along the way. The trio began their careers with a CBI appearance and school record 19 victories under coach Craig Robinson and assistant coach Agel, and have played for head coach Agel the final three years of their careers.
Brown's Record: The Bears (11-15, 4-8 Ivy) split games with Harvard and Dartmouth last week, falling to the Crimson, 74-68, despite a career high 29 points by Tucker Halpern '13, and defeating Dartmouth, 100-76. The 100 points are the most scored by Brown since a 2004 match-up with Harvard, and the most points scored in the Ivy League this season. Adrian Williams' 26 points led the Bears over the Big Green.
20 Points: Brown leads the Ivy league with six players scoring 20 or more points in a game this season. Peter Sullivan '11, Matt Sullivan '11, Tucker Halpern '13, Sean McGonagill '14, Adrian Williams '11 and Garrett Leffelman '11 have each turned in 20-point performances in 2010-11. Penn, Princeton and Harvard have four players each.
The Brown vs. Cornell Series Record: Brown and Cornell will be meeting for the 117th time, dating back to 1949-1950, with the Big Red holding a 70-46 series advantage. The Big Red have won the last nine games between the two teams, including an 91-79 win earlier this season (2/2/11) in Providence. Brown' last win over the Big Red was a 69-64 victory in Ithaca on 2/26/06.
The Brown vs. Columbia Series Record: Brown and Columbia have met 126 times, dating back to 1900-1901, with the Lions holding a 66-60 series advantage. Brown earned an 87-79 win over the Lions in Providence on 2-4-11 behind a Pizzitola Sports Center record 39 points by Sean McGonagill '14. The Lions last win over the Bears was a 65-56 decision on the final day of the 2009-2010 season (3/6/10).
Williams Sets Brown Career Mark For Games Played: Senior guard Adrian Williams (Atlanta, GA) has played in 113 games for the Bears, more than any other player in Brown basketball history. Williams stepped up last week against Dartmouth with 26 points on 7 of 12 shooting from behind the three-point arc. His seven treys tie a personal best, rank second in Brown basketball history, and are the most by an Ivy player this season. He has connected on 44 treys, second on the Brown team, and he now ranks 5th in all-time three-point field goals at Brown with 158 career treys, tied with Earl Hunt '03. He turned in a strong performance against Dartmouth in Hanover with 15 points and four rebounds, and came back with 12 points vs. Harvard. Williams scored 20 points in Brown's win over Columbia, connecting on 7 of 11 field goals, including 3 of 7 treys. Williams exploded for 22 points against Penn on 6 of 10 shooting from the field, including 6 of 8 from behind the three-point arc. The six treys are ninth in the Brown record book. Williams came off the bench to score 14 points against Bryant, hitting 5 of 8 field goals, including 4 of 7 from behind the three-point arc. Williams provided some much needed offense in Brown's win over Sacred Heart, scoring 12 points on 4 of 7 shooting from behind the three-point arc. He provided the same lift against Fordham, hitting 3-of-4 field goals, including 2 of 3 from behind the three-point arc. Williams played in all 31 games a year ago and tossed-in a season high 17 points against Kean, hitting 5 of 7 treys. He also connected on 5-of-7 treys in scoring 15 points against Dartmouth. His 42 treys led last year's team after hitting a team high 58 treys two years ago.
Brown Record Book - Career 3-Point FG Made
1. 232, Damon Huffman (2004-2008)
2. 215, Brian Lloyd (1992-1996)
3. 201, Rick Lloyd (1988-1992)
4. 165, Mark McAndrew (2004-2008)
5. 158, Earl Hunt (1999-2003)
158 Adrian Williams (2007-present)
7. 143, Mike Martin (2000-2004)
8. 141, Patrick Powers (2000-2004)
9. 140, Peter Sullivan (2007 – present)
10. 129, Chuck Savage (1988-1992)
Seven Non-League Wins – 3rd Best All-Time: Head Coach Jesse Agel's seven non-league victories are the third highest win total for a Brown team since the Ivy League began play in 1954-1955. Brown's 2001-2002 team (9 wins) holds the school record for non-league victories.
Getting An Assist: While the Bears fell short of the school record for assists in a game (33), Brown ran its offense to near perfection against Bryant on 12/31/10, with 26 assists on 29 field goals (.896). The 26 assists are the most by any Ivy team this season.
Peter Sullivan Back In Action – Ranks 6th In Brown Career Scoring : Senior All-Ivy forward Peter Sullivan (Wilmette, IL) returned to the lineup two weeks ago after missing five straight games due to being injured vs. Princeton on 1/28/11. Wearing a protective pad on his injured shoulder, he scored 16 points against Penn, and came back with 26 points on 16 of 16 shooting from the free throw line in Brown's win over first place Princeton to be named the Ivy League Player of the Week. Last week, Sullivan scored 17 points in Brown's win over Dartmouth and moved into 6th place on Brown's all-time scoring list with 1,328 career points. Prior to being injured, Sullivan had started 94 consecutive games for the Bears and had played in every game in his Brown career, totaling 105 games. Sullivan leads the Bears in scoring (14.0 ppg.) and rebounding (5.7 rpg), eighth best in the Ivy League. His 384 career free throws are fifth all-time at Brown, while his 140 free throws this season are 10th best in the Brown record book. He registered a game high 21 points against Maine, connecting on 13 of 13 free throws. Sullivan scored 22 points on 12 of 12 shooting from the free throw line against Quinnipiac, and netted 24 points against Army. He also scored 20 points with a career four steals and a team high eight rebounds against New Hampshire. Sullivan came through in a big way against Sacred Heart, scoring 26 points on 6 of 8 shooting from the field, handing out five assists and grabbing a game high eight rebounds. Sullivan opened the season by scoring 17 points in Brown's win over Fordham. He is the fourth player in Brown basketball history to score 1,000 or more points prior to his senior year. He joins Earl Hunt '03 (2,041), Arnie Berman '72 (1,668) and Jason Forte '05 (1,597) as the only Brown players to have reached the 1,000-point milestone as juniors. He was the only Brown player to start all 31 games last season, setting a new Brown record for games started in a season, while averaging 12.3 points and 4.5 rebounds per game.
PETER SULLIVAN'S CAREER STATISTICS
G FG FGA PCT 3FG 3FGA PCT FT FTA PCT PTS AVG REB AVG A
2007-08 29 77 147 .524 39 81 .481 61 75 .813 254 8.8 79 2.7 23
2008-09 28 135 335 .404 48 156 .308 82 113 .726 400 14.3 137 4.9 46
2009-10 31 113 263 .430 38 106 .358 116 151 .768 380 12.3 138 4.5 45
2010-11 21 77 189 .407 15 60 .255 125 151 .828 294 14.0 120 5.7 39
Total 109 402 934 .430 140 403 .347 384 490 .783 1,328 12.2 474 4.3 153
Brown's Top 20 All-Time Scorers Peter Sullivan's 20 Point Games
1. 2,041 Earl Hunt (1999-03) 11/26/08 26 vs. Army
2. 1,668 Arnie Berman (1969-72) 11/29/08 20 vs. Eastern Michigan
3. 1,597 Jason Forte (2001-05) 12/29/00 21 vs. Quinnipiac
4. 1,344 Alai Nuualiitia (1999-03) 2/7/08 20 vs. Harvard
5. 1,331 Mike Cingiser (1959-62) 2/27/09 21 vs. Princeton
6. 1,328 Marcus Thompson (1985-89) 3/6/09 21 vs. Dartmouth
1,328 Peter Sullivan (2007-present 11/22/09 20 vs. Maine
8. 1,319 Joe Tebo (1955-58) 12/2/09 28 vs. Holy Cross
9. 1,306 Damon Huffman (2004-08) 1/11/10 22 vs. Quinnipiac
10. 1,294 Rick Lloyd (1988-92) 2/12/10 23 vs. Dartmouth
11. 1,288 Brian Saunders (1974-77) 2/13/10 21 vs. Harvard
12. 1,241 Phil Brown (1972-75) 3/5/10 23 vs. Cornell
1,241 Peter Moss (1977-80) 11/20/10 26 vs. Sacred Heart
14. 1,190 Chuck Savage (1988-92) 11/27/10 20 vs. New Hampshire
15. 1,165 Mike Waitkus (1982-86) 12/4//10 21 vs. Maine
16. 1,147 Lou Murgo (1951-55) 12/21/10 24 vs. Army
17. 1,134 Matt Mullery (2006-2010) 1/17/11 22 vs. Quinnipiac
18. 1,133 Rusty Tyler (1968-1971) 2/19/11 26 vs. Princeton
19. 1,100 Mark McAndrew (2004-08)
20. 1,079 Ira James (1979-1982)
Brown Record Book: Career Free throws Brown Season: Free Throws Made
1. 636, by Arnie Berman (1969-72) 1. 250, by Arnie Berman (1971-72)
2. 538, by Jason Forte (2001-2005) 2. 197, by Arnie Berman (1970-71)
3. 499, by Earl Hunt (1999-2003) 3. 189, by Arnie Berman (1969-70)
4. 384 by Peter Sullivan (2007-present) 4. 168, by Ed Tooley (1953-54)
5. 375, by Joe Tebo (1955-58) 5. 165, by Jason Forte (2004-05)
7. 366, by Ed Tooley (1952-55) 6. 156, by Ed Tooley (1954-55)
7. 362, by Alai Nuualiitia (1999-2003) 7. 148, by Jason Forte (2002-03)
8. 351, by Mike Cingiser (1959-62) 8. 145, by Joe Tebo (1955-56)
9. 332, by Gerry Alaimo (1955-58) 9. 144, by Gerry Alaimo (1957-58)
10. 321, by Lou Murgo (1951-54) 10.140, by Peter Sullivan (2007- )
Leffelman Named CoSIDA Academic All-American: Senior guard Garrett Leffelman (Naperville, IL) was named to the Capital One Academic All-American Team as voted on by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Leffelman, who had 11 points last week vs. Dartmouth, is an Economics and Political Science concentrator with a 3.89 grade point average. He registered a career high 22 points against Providence College connecting on 9 of 15 field goals, including 4 of 7 from behind the three point arc. While Leffelman struggled to score against Yale, he turned in a strong defensive performance, limiting Yale's Austin Morgan to just two points, while grabbing seven rebounds. Brown's fourth leading scorer with 9.4 points per game, Leffelman scored 16 points on 6 of 11 shooting from the field in Brown's win over Quinnipiac. He was Brown's top scorer against American with 12 points, netted 11 points vs. Bryant and 13 points vs. Lyndon State. He also tossed in 17 points vs. Army. Leffelman scored 13 points on 6 of 10 shooting in Brown's win over St. Francis, and added 12 points against New Hampshire. He tallied eight points and grabbed a team high seven rebounds in Brown's season-opening win over Fordham, and came back with 11 points against Rhode Island. Leffelman came on strong at the end of the 2009-2010 season, starting Brown's last 11 games, and scoring in double figures in seven of those games. He was the Ivy League's second leading marksman, shooting 55-percent from the field, while averaging 12.0 points per game in league contests. He registered a career scoring high on four consecutive weekends late in the season, including a career high 20 points in Brown's last game of the year against Columbia.
Head Coach Jesse Agel: Bears' head Coach Jesse Agel is in the midst his third season at the helm of the Bears' basketball program with a goal of building the basketball program into an annual contender for the Ivy League Championship. Before taking over the reins of the program, the 48-year-old Agel (pronounced A-gull) was an assistant at Brown for two years, helping the Bears register a school-record 19 victories in 2007-2008, while gaining a berth in the post-season College Basketball Invitational. During his 17-year stint at Vermont, Agel was the architect of the Catamount's recent success on the basketball court. A 1984 graduate of Vermont, Agel was the associate head coach at Vermont for eight years under head coach Tom Brennan.
Hoisting Up Shots: Brown's 75 shot attempts against Lyndon State is tops in the Ivy League this season, while its 69 shots vs. Yale on 1/22/11 are second most in the Ivy League this season. In addition, Brown's 35 three-point field goal attempts vs. Bryant are first among Ivy teams this season, while its 34 three-point attempts ranks second in the league.
Taylor Sees Playing Time: Senior forward Chris Taylor (Plymouth, MN)earned a starting role last week against Dartmouth, playing 18 minutes. Taylor handed out a career high four assists against Army, while playing a season high 24 minutes against the Cadets. He scored a career best six points and grabbed four rebounds in Brown's win over Maine. Taylor played in 29 games, a year ago, earning five starts, and brings a wealth of experience to the Bears frontcourt. He pulled down a career high seven rebounds in last year's game against Providence.
McGonagill Sixth In Single Season Assists: Freshman Sean McGonagill (Brookfield, IL), the Ivy League's fourth leading scorer in league games (15.0 ppg.), has handed out 133 assists this season, sixth best in Brown basketball history. He just missed a double-double against Dartmouth last week with 14 points and nine assists. He is scoring 11.7 points per game for the Bears overall, and ranks fourth in the Ivy League with 5.1 assists per game. McGonagill is averaging more minutes (32.9) than any other Brown player. He was named the Ivy Rookie of the Week for the third straight week and fourth time this season after scoring 16 points and handing out five assists vs. Penn, and netting 16 points with seven rebounds and five assists vs. Princeton. He registered 15 points and nine rebounds vs. Dartmouth, and 18 points and seven assists vs. Harvard in earning Ivy Rookie of the Week honors. McGonagill, the only Brown player to start all 26 games, registered his second career double-double by scoring 12 points and handing out a career high 10 assists against Penn in 44 minutes of play. He registered his first career double-double one week earlier against Yale, scoring 11 points and grabbing 11 rebounds against the Elis. He turned in a solid performance in his first Ivy League game, scoring 14 points, handing out six assists and grabbing five rebounds against Yale. He scored a career high 18 points against Army, while adding five assists. He played a major role in Brown's win over St. Francis with 11 points, six rebounds and four assists. He was named the Ivy Rookie of the Week for his performance against URI and Sacred Heart. He scored a team high 11 points, handed four assists and grabbed five rebounds against URI, and then scored 9 points, handed out a career high eight assists against Sacred Heart. He was impressive in his collegiate debut against Fordham, scoring nine points, handing out six assists, pulling down five rebounds, with no turnovers in 33 minutes of play in a starting role.
McGonagill's 39-Point Performance Sets Records: Bears' freshman Sean McGonagill showed tremendous courage in just taking the court before his record-setting 39-point performance against Columbia (2/4/11), and was named Ivy League Player of the Week and Rookie of the Week for his stellar play. To understand the enormity of McGonagill's record-setting performance against the Lions, you have to go back 48-hours to Brown's practice on Wednesday evening (2/2/11). In a scramble for a loose ball, McGonagill collided with two teammates and came away with a severely lacerated front lip that required plastic surgery and 20 stitches, along with some major dental work. He sat out practice on Thursday to recover bfrom the trauma, had a plaster cast made of his face, and was presented with a clear plastic protective mask on Friday that wound have to be worn that night in order to compete. McGonagill's response was nothing short of phenomenal, tying the Pizzitola Sports Center and Brown freshman scoring record with 39 points in the Bears' win over Columbia, while never leaving the court (40 minutes). McGonagill's 39-points equaled the mark by then Bears' freshman Earl Hunt '03, Brown's all-time leading scorer, on 1/15/00, against Harvard. His 39 points also rank 6th all-time at Brown for a single game, and are the most points scored by an Ivy League player in eight years (2003). McGonagill connected on 15 of 19 field goals against Columbia, shattering the Pizzitola record for field goals in a game, previously held by Hunt (12 vs. Army, 1-2-03), and ranks seventh in the Brown record book.
Brown Record Book – Single Season Assists
1. 155, by Jason Forte (2002-2003)
2. 150, by Mike Waitkus (1983-84)
3. 144, by Mike Waitkus (1985-86)
4. 143, by Mike Waitkus (1984-85)
5. 140, by Mike Waitkus (1982-83)
6. 133, by Eddie Morris (1973-74)
133, by Sean McGonagill (2010-11)
8. 129, by Jason Forte (2003-04)
9. 127, by Dom Taylor (1986-87)
127, by Eddie Morris (1974-75)
Halpern Scores 29 Points vs. Harvard: Sophomore forward Tucker Halpern (Brookline, MA), Brown's second leading scorer with 12.7 points per game, exploded for a career high 29 points against Harvard Friday evening. He connected on 10 of 15 field goals against the Crimson, including 6 of 9 from behind the three-point arc. His six treys tied his career high, and are eighth best in the Brown record book. Halpern has scored in double figures in 11 of Brown's last 13 games. His 4.6 rebounds per game ranks third on the Brown team and 15th in the Ivy League. While Halpern scored just five points in Brown's win over Princeton, he delivered by handing out a career high seven assists. Halpern netted 25 points against Dartmouth in Hanover, connecting on 11 of 12 field goals, while grabbing seven rebounds. He tossed 26 points against Cornell, connecting on 8 of 15 field goals, including 5 of 8 treys, and 5 of 5 free throws. On January 17, he exploded for a double-double vs. Quinnipiac with 26 points and 12 rebounds, both career highs, connecting on 10 of 16 field goals. Halpern caught fire in the first half against Yale on 1/15/11 with 11 straight points, finishing the game with a team high 16 points. He scored 15 of Brown's first 20 points against Bryant as the Bears built a 20-11 advantage. In a complete performance, Halpern finished the game with 23 points against the Bulldogs on 9 of 16 shooting from the field, including five treys, while pulling down six rebounds. Halpern registered his first career double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds in Brown's win over Maine. He also had nine rebounds against Lyndon State. Halpern led the Bears with 15 points against St. Francis (NY), and came back with 15 points and five rebounds against UNH. He scored 14 points in Brown's win over Sacred Heart, hitting 5 of 10 field goals, and tossed in 10 points, while pulling down four rebounds against URI. Halpern finished the Fordham game with 10 second-half points, while handing out a career best six assists. Halpern started 10 of 29 games last year, and was Brown's third leading scorer with 8.1 points per game, while pulling down 3.5 rebounds per game. He scored in double figures nine times, and exploded for a career high 26 points against Quinnipiac where he connected on 6-of-13 treys. A two-time Ivy League Rookie of the Week, Halpern's 23 steals led the Bears, while he handed out 66 assists, second on the Brown team. His six treys vs. Quinnipiac rank eighth in the Brown record book for a single game.
Brothers: Last year, brothers Peter '11 and Matt '13 Sullivan were the first brother duo to start together at Brown since Don '65 and Dave '66 Tarr lettered together for two years, in 1964 and 1965, respectively.
Matt Sullivan Starts Six Games: Sophomore guard Matt Sullivan (Wilmette, IL) scored a career high 22 points against Princeton, and has earned a starting role in six games this season. Sullivan connected on 7 of 11 field goals and 7 of 9 free throws in scoring 22 points against Princeton on 1/28/11. He netted 13 points on 5 of 8 shooting from the field vs. Lyndon State. Sullivan scored 12 points in the Bears' win over Bryant after being Brown's lone double figure scorer against Central Connecticut with 10 points. He tossed in 19 points and hit five treys, both career highs, against Hartford, while connecting on 7 of 8 shots from the field, including 5 of 6 shooting from behind the three-point arc. Sullivan had a major impact as a first-year player last season, starting 29 of 31 games. He scored in double figures six times, netting a season high 12 points against Providence and Bryant. Sullivan's 65 assists ranked third on last tear's team, handing out a career best seven assists against Philadelphia Sciences. He was also an 80-percent free throw shooter (37 of 46) for the Bears.
McCarthy Excels Against Princeton: Sophomore forward Andrew McCarthy (Sudbury, MA) blocked four shots against Dartmouth last week, and ranks sixth in the Ivy League with 27 blocks for the season. His 60 career blocked shots rank 10th best in Brown basketball history. He stepped up his game in Brown's win over Princeton, scoring a season high 15 points on 6 of 9 shooting from the field, while grabbing four rebounds. He turned in a solid performance against Yale on 1/15/11 with nine points and seven rebounds. McCarthy stepped up in a big way against Bryant by pulling down a career high 13 rebounds, while scoring eight points on 4 of 5 shooting from the field. He came back with nine points against American on 4 of 5 shooting from the field, and pulled down 9 rebounds vs. Lyndon State. McCarthy has provided an inside presence for the Bears, grabbing a team high seven rebounds, scoring eight points and blocking two shots against St. Francis. McCarthy was solid against Fordham, scoring 11 points on 5 of 8 shooting from the field, while pulling down four rebounds. He added eight points against Rhode Island, and pulled down six rebounds. Last year, he blocked 33 shots, seventh best in Brown basketball history and the most ever for a first year player. McCarthy was twice named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week. He scored in double figures eight times, including a career high 18 points against Siena, and grabbed double figure rebounds twice, pulling down a career best 12 rebounds against Army.
Brown Record Book: Career Blocked Shots
1. 163, Matt Mullery (2006-2010)
2. 119, Alai Nuualiitia (1999-2003)
3. 93, Stark Langs (1981-1985)
4. 89, Jamie Kilburn (2000-2004)
5. 77, Anthony Katsaros (1984-1988)
6. 65, Kirk Lowry (1988-1992)
7. 64, Jim Turner (1982-1986)
8. 61, Joel Koplik (1991-1995)
61, Peter Moss (1977-1980)
10. 60, Andrew McCarthy (2009-present)
Bears On The Air: Brown's entire schedule is being broadcast on WPRV-AM 790 with Scott Cordischi, the host of the popular Scott Cordischi on Sports, calling all the action. Former Brown basketball star Russ Tyler '71 (1,133 career points) provides the color analysis.
Walker Continues To Impress: Freshman forward Dockery Walker (Dover, DE), Brown's second leading rebounder (4.7 per game), missed the Harvard game due to injury after starting eight straight games for the Bears. He returned to the lineup against Dartmouth Saturday evening and scored six point. Walker registered his third career double-double with a career high 13 points, on 6 of 6 shooting from the field, and 12 rebounds against Columbia. He came back with 10 points against Cornell, connecting on 5 of 7 field goals. In his first collegiate starts, Walker had eight points and seven rebounds against Princeton, and eight points and 10 rebounds against Penn. Walker scored nine points on 4 of 5 shooting from the field, and pulled down five rebounds against Yale. He came off the bench to spark the Bears against Quinnipiac with 10 points and eight rebounds. Walker was named the Ivy League's Rookie of the Week after making a quantum leap with his play by recording back-to-back double-doubles in games against American and Lyndon State. He registered his first career double-double on the road against American, scoring 10 points and grabbing 13 rebounds, both career highs. Walker came back with a career best 12 points and 10 rebounds against Lyndon State. Walker is also a two-time StatSheet Ivy League Freshman of the Week. He scored eight points and pulled down six rebounds against Central Connecticut, and came back against Bryant with six points and three rebounds.
Long Wait Ends For Ponticelli: When sophomore forward Tyler Ponticelli (Northbrook, IL) arrived at Brown in the fall of 2009, he never imagined that we would be unable to play for the entire season due to injury. He made the most of his first collegiate opportunity against Fordham by scoring four points, on 2 of 2 shooting from the field, grabbing three offensive rebounds, and blocking a shot in 16 minutes of play. Ponticelli pulled down a career high seven rebounds, while adding six points, against Lyndon State. He scored a career-high nine points against Sacred Heart, connecting on 2 of 2 field goals and 5 of 6 free throws. He pulled down four rebounds against Rhode Island, and a career best five rebounds against New Hampshire.
Biber Sees Playing Time: Freshman guard/forward Josh Biber (Lorain, OH) earned playing time in the Brown rotation against Princeton and Penn, scoring four points against each team, while showing some strong athleticism. He grabbed three rebounds against Princeton. Biber saw 16 minutes of action against Providence College and came through with three points and two rebounds against the Friars. Biber played at IMG Academy last year, and averaged 19.2 points and 10.5 rebounds per game as a senior at Southview High School.
Brown Basketball Interactive Magazine: Brown Athletics launched a bold initiative to present its athletic teams in a modern, interactive mode with the release of the Men's Basketball Interactive Magazine, which is available for view on Brownbears.com. The Brown basketball interactive magazine can be viewed by going to the men's basketball team page on brownbears.com, and clicking on the Interactive Magazine link under Team Information. Here's link to the basketball magazine: http://www.pursuantmedia.com/brownathletics/basketball/men/1110/default.asp
Bear Facts: Brown's 100 points vs. Dartmouth are the most in Ivy League games this season. Next best is Cornell with 96 points vs. Dartmouth on 2/19/11…The Bears connected on 25 of 27 free throws in their win over Princeton on 2-19-11…The 58 rebounds grabbed by Brown against Lyndon State are the most in the Ivy League this season, and the most at Brown since December 4, 1999, when Brown pulled down 61 rebounds against New Hampshire. Brown's 53 rebounds vs. Yale on 1/22/11 are second in the Ivy League… The Bears' 73.1 ppg in league games in #1 in the Ivies.