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2-6, 1st in Ivy

George Washington downs Princeton 71-60

Jair Bolden scored a career-high 25 points, Yuta Watanabe added 13, and George Washington beat Princeton 71-60 on Wednesday night for its third straight victory.

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Hard Cuts: A season inside Princeton basketball, Walking the Beat - Via Ivy League (5:52)
Hard Cuts: A season with Princeton Basketball, Episode 5 - Via Ivy League (4:09)
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Hard Cuts: A season with Princeton Basketball, Episode 2 - Via Ivy League (5:18)
Hard Cuts, Episode 1 - A Season Inside Princeton Basketball - Via Ivy League (3:57)

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Four-star point guard Jaelin Llewellyn tells ESPN he has committed to Princeton. Huge pickup for the Tigers. No. 27-ranked PG in 2018.

Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

Brey on Colson: "we were able to post him up a lot more. We don't post him up a lot against ACC teams. But this was just throw it down in there today. It was like the Luke Harangody days."

Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

Mine Brey: First game of the tournament, gave everybody a show. That's what we're supposed to do, right?

ESPN Stats and Information  

The loss to Notre Dame ended Princeton's win streak at 19 games, which was the second-longest active streak in Division I to Vermont's 21. The Tigers' last appearance in the NCAA Tournament -- in 2011 against Kentucky -- also ended with a two-point loss.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Notre Dame holds off Princeton 60-58 in first NCAA tournament game to go final. The Wynn Theater, where I'm watching the early games, went nuts as Princeton missed a potential game-winning 3-pointer in the closing seconds as a popular No. 12 seed trying to pull off a 12-5 upset. The ViewFromVegas is Princeton point-spread backers did cover as 6.5-point underdogs and the game stayed under the betting total of 134.

Dana O'Neil ESPN Senior Writer 

This will 61-58 first-round win will go down as the epitome of survive and advance for Notre Dame. The Irish were not terribly inspired, letting Princeton back in the game repeatedly as its typically well-oiled offensive machine sputtered. Were it not for Bonzie Colson and Matt Farrell this could have been a first-round disaster for the Irish.

Team Stats

Points Per Game65.0328th
Rebounds Per Game28.3347th
Assists Per Game11.6Tied-308th
Points Allowed72.4187th

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record13-28
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances24