Tigers’ luck runs out against Irish
PRINCETON — Princeton’s luck against the Irish finally ran out Tuesday night at Prouty Gymnasium, where Seneca tripped the host Tigers 39-32.
Princeton had won five straight over the Irish since Russell Witte took over as head job when Doug Evans retired in 2009, including twice a year ago and twice the year before that. And even though the Irish came in undefeated at 7-0 with Princeton at 3-6, Witte knew it wouldn’t be a walk in the Prouty Gym park.
“Well, I tell you what. I knew Princeton was 3-6 coming in to it, but I knew they were going to be tough here. We haven’t beaten them at the varsity level, and I told the kids they were going to be ready to play in just their second home game of the season,” said Witte, who previously was head coach at Hall. “Princeton played phenomenal, and we made some free throws at the end.”
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