After starting the season hot with a win over Villanova, the Quakers ultimately couldn't put together all the pieces for a successful season.
A stretch of poor shooting to end the first half buried the Quakers' postseason hopes.
Freshman guard Sam Brown’s 26 points were key in the long-awaited win.
The loss marked the Quakers' eights straight defeat, one loss away from a program record.
The Red and Blue’s losing streak stretches to seven as Yale continues their undefeated Ivy League run.
Despite surviving many of Princeton's seismic scoring runs, the Red and Blue fell short.
Freshman guard Sam Brown put up 20 points, but it was not enough for the Quakers to keep pace with the Bulldogs.
A career day from junior forward Ed Holland III was not enough for the Quakers to stick with the Bears.
The 2022 Ivy Player of the Year averaged 15.4 points per game in his seven career matchups with the Quakers.
The Quakers lose their third consecutive Ivy matchup to the Lions who entered the game winless in the conference.
While the Quakers miss their leading scorer, there are issues outside of his absence.
After facing a 20-point deficit at halftime, the Quakers nearly rallied back for a victory.
Despite holding a halftime lead, the Quakers were drubbed coming out of the break.
A lights-out shooting effort led the way for a dominant Quaker offense.
Without leading scorer Clark Slajchert, the Quaker offense struggled to keep up with the Tigers.
The Quakers, missing leading scorer Clark Slajchert for much of the game, committed a season-high 22 turnovers.
The Quakers frequently used a 2-3 zone in last month's win over nationally-ranked Villanova.
The Quakers still have much room to grow ahead of Ivy League play beginning in January.
The Quakers trailed by as little as two points in the second half, but were ultimately doomed by turnovers.
Toppling a big-time team is one thing, but securing the game itself is another effort entirely.