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  • THE GOOD NEWS: Princeton returns a strong core of players in 2010-11, including the scorers or all but 11 of the 59 points the Tigers managed in the season-ending loss to St. Louis.

    Princeton - Team Notes

  • -- F Travis Taylor, double-teamed throughout the game, was limited to 11 points and five rebounds in Monmouth's season-ending loss at Quinnipiac in the first round of the NEC tournament.

    Monmouth (Nj) - Team Notes

  • The rising senior had games of 15, 16, 17 and 18 points in the final month, including 16 in the season-ending loss to St. Louis.

    Princeton - Team Notes

  • The Gamecocks could have written off the season in late November when they lost starting forward Dominique Archie, a fixture in a starting role for the three previous years, with a season-ending knee injury.

    South Carolina - Team Notes

  • -- Albany forward Will Harris, after his team's season-ending loss to top-seeded Stony Brook.

    America East Conference

  • Another, Jake O'Brien, is a strong scorer and rebounder and the third, forward Jeff Pelage, set his career high with 13 rebounds in the season-ending loss at Virginia Commonwealth.

    America East Conference

  • -- G Shawn Grant scored 17 points in the season-ending loss to Vermont.

    America East Conference

  • -- F Sean McNally had 14 points and 12 rebounds in the season-ending loss, his fifth double-double of the season.

    America East Conference

  • WHAT WENT WRONG: The season took an early hit when senior F Dominique Archie, who had started every game in his career, when down with a season-ending knee injury in November.

    South Carolina - Team Notes

  • -- Senior G Brandis Raley-Ross, in the Columbia State, after the season-ending loss to Alabama in the SEC tournament.

    South Carolina - Team Notes

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