Tigers fall at Ottawa
OTTAWA — The Princeton Tigers went on the road Tuesday night to face former NCIC foe Ottawa. It was a tough night for Princeton, who never held a lead in the game. At the final buzzer the score was 58-41 with the Pirates on top.
“I thought we played hard. We had a good stretch in the first half. We cut the lead down to four. I thought the three just before halftime was a killer,” Princeton coach Jesse Brandt said. “Obviously, the first three minutes of the second half we didn’t get to the rim. We shot the ball poorly, turned it over and they got easy transition baskets. That four-minute stretch from the end of the second quarter into the first three minutes of the third quarter was definitely the ball game for sure.”
Austin Mack was the Tigers’ leading scorer with 12 points. John Carroll led the Pirates with 17 points.
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