How to Watch Princeton Tigers vs. Pennsylvania Quakers: Live Stream or on TV
Ivy League action on Saturday will see the the Princeton Tigers (19-8, 10-4 Ivy League) host the Pennsylvania Quakers (17-12, 9-5 Ivy League) at Jadwin Gymnasium, starting at 1:30 PM ET.
Princeton knocked off Pennsylvania, 77-69 in OT, on Saturday. Caden Pierce poured in a team-high 17 points for Princeton, and added 10 rebounds and one assist. Jordan Dingle had 28 points, plus four rebounds and two assists, for Pennsylvania.
When is Princeton vs. Pennsylvania and when does it start?
This matchup between the Tigers and Quakers will go down on Saturday, March 11, 2023. You can expect the opening tip at 1:30 PM ET.
Where to Watch Princeton vs. Pennsylvania
The Tigers and Quakers will take to the court at Jadwin Gymnasium for this matchup on March 11, and if you want to catch the game live, get your tickets now from Vivid Seats!
What channel is the game on?
You can catch this game live on ESPNU.
Princeton Tigers vs. Pennsylvania Quakers Game Preview
Princeton Stats, Odds & Insights
Princeton is outscoring opponents by 7.4 points per game with a +200 scoring differential overall. It puts up 76.0 points per game (79th in college basketball) and allows 68.6 per outing (133rd in college basketball).
The Tigers are averaging 76.0 points, only 4.2 more than the 71.8 the Quakers concede.
Princeton knocks down 8.5 three-pointers per game (71st in college basketball) at a 34.2% rate (179th in college basketball), compared to the 6.2 per game its opponents make at a 32.6% rate.
The Tigers are averaging 81.8 points per game this season at home, which is 9.4 more points than they’re averaging on the road (72.4).
Princeton has seen an uptick in scoring lately, racking up 77.9 points per game in its last 10 contests, 1.9 points more than the 76.0 it has scored this year.
Pennsylvania Stats, Odds & Insights
Pennsylvania has a +96 scoring differential, topping opponents by 3.3 points per game. It is putting up 75.1 points per game, 99th in college basketball, and is giving up 71.8 per outing to rank 233rd in college basketball.
The Quakers’ 75.1 points per game are 6.5 more than the Tigers allow.
Pennsylvania hits 8.1 three-pointers per game (100th in college basketball), while its opponents have made 8.6 on average.
The Quakers are scoring more points at home (80.1 per game) than on the road (69.9).
Pennsylvania is putting up 78.2 points per game in its past 10 games, which is 3.1 more than its average for the season (75.1).
Tigers Key Players to Watch
Quakers Key Players to Watch
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