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Princeton women pull away from hard-fighting UMaine in 2nd half

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Princeton University had to work a lot harder for Friday night's 65-51 win over the University of Maine. Kaitlyn Chen, the Most Outstanding Player in the Ivy League Tournament last year, had 15 points, five assists, five rebounds and two steals for Princeton. Julia Cunningham, a first team All-Ivy choice, had 13 points and four assists.
Published 2 months ago · Orono, United States

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Princeton women pull away from hard-fighting UMaine in 2nd half

ORONO, Maine — Princeton University had to work a lot harder for Friday night’s 65-51 win over the University of Maine’s women’s basketball team than it did a year ago when they pummeled the Black Bears in New Jersey. But the 4-2 Tigers showed why they have made nine NCAA Tournament appearances since 2010 by rattling off a 13-2 run spanning the third and fourth quarters to earn the hard-fought victory. Junior guard Kaitlyn Chen, the Most Outstan…

2 months ago·Bangor, United States
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