NCAA.com's 2012-13 Season Preview

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Brian Barbour barely saw any playing time in his first season at Columbia. But by last season, he was one of the best point guards in the Ivy League. Barbour led the league and ranked fourth in the nation in free-throw percentage. He was also fourth in the country in FT percentage in 2010-11 as well.
PPG RPG APG FG% FT%
2011-12 15.5 2.8 4.4 39.4 90.1
Career 11.3 2.1 3.0 40.7 90.3
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Ian Hummer returns for his senior season as the Ivy League's top-returning scorer and rebounder this season. Hummer's 515 points a year ago were the most by a Princeton player in 40 years, and if he continues on his scoring pace, he'd only be staring at Bill Bradley ahead of him on the school's all-time scoring list. Hummer was a unanimous All-Ivy League selection last season.
PPG RPG APG FG% STL
2011-12 16.1 7.3 3.2 46.7 46
Season 12.3 5.8 2.0 50.8 104
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After being named the Ivy League's newcomer of the year in 2011, Sean McGonagill backed it up with a fantastic season. He set the school's single-season record for assists last season -- finishing 35th in the nation in assists per game. McGonagill is Brown's top-returning scorer as well in 2012-13.
PPG RPG APG 3PT% STL
2011-12 13.5 4.3 5.4 35.4 34
Career 12.6 4.4 5.3 34.4 58

 

IVY LEAGUE
  School Coach 2011-12 Record 2011-12 Statistics
Brown Mike Martin 8-23 Final Stats
Columbia Kyle Smith 15-15 Final Stats
Cornell Bill Courtney 12-16 Final Stats
Dartmouth Paul Cormier 5-25 Final Stats
Harvard Tommy Amaker 26-5 Final Stats
Pennsylvania Jerome Allen 20-13 Final Stats
Princeton Mitch Henderson 20-12 Final Stats
Yale James Jones 19-10 Final Stats