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1974-75 Ivy Men's Basketball

Ivy League
Overall

W

L

Pct

W

L

Pct

Coach

1

Pennsylvania

13

1

.929

23

5

.821

Chuck Daly

2

Princeton

12

2

.857

22

8

.733

Pete Carril

3

Brown

9

5

.643

14

12

.538

Gerry Alaimo

3

Harvard

9

5

.643

12

13

.480

Tom Sanders

5

Dartmouth

5

9

.357

8

18

.308

Marcus Jackson

6

Cornell

4

10

.286

7

18

.280

Ben Bluitt

7

Columbia

2

12

.143

4

22

154

Tom Penders

7

Yale

2

12

.143

3

20

.130

Joe Vancisin

Princeton's season-end AP ranking of 12 was its highest of the year while Penn was ranked as high as 9th in the AP poll



Ivy Honors
Player of the Year
Ron Haigler (Pennsylvania)

Rookie of the Year
Larry Cubas (Dartmouth)

First-Team All Ivy
John Beecroft (Pennsylvania)
Maynard Brown (Cornell)
Phil Brown (Brown)
Ron Haigler (Pennsylvania)
Armond Hill (Princeton)

Second-Team All Ivy
Bob Bigelow (Penn)
Rollin Chippey (Yale)
Larry Cubas (Dartmouth)
Barnes Hauptfuhrer (Princeton)
Eddie Morris (Brown)
Lou Silver (Harvard)

Honorable Mention All Ivy
Jim Beattie (Dartmouth), Bill Carey (Harvard), Mike Finley (Columbia), Mike Griffin (Harvard), Mark Hardaway (Columbia), Henry Johnson (Penn), Mark Lonetto (Penn), Abby Lucas (Cornell), Todd McClaskey (Cornell), Mickey Steuerer (Princeton), Tim van Blommsteyn (Princeton)

Ivy Top Scorers
22.2, Ron Haigler (Pennsylvania)
20.2, Maynard Brown (Cornell)
18.8, Phil Brown (Brown)
18.4, Larry Cubas (Dartmouth)
18.1, Bill Healey (Dartmouth)

Pro Draft Picks
Pennsylvania's Bob Bigelow by the K.C.-Omaha Kings in the 1st Round (13th)
Pennsylvania's Ron Haigler by the Chicago Bulls in the 4th Round (68th)
Princeton's Tim van Blommesteyn by the New York Knicks in the 9th Round (153rd)

NCAA Tournament
3/15/75 at The Palestra: Kansas State 69, Pennsylvania 62

National Invitation Tournament
3/16/75 at Madison Square Garden: Princeton 84, Holy Cross 63
3/20/75 at Madison Square Garden: Princeton 86, So. Carolina 67
3/22/75 at Madison Square Garden: Princeton 58, Oregon 57
NIT CHAMPIONSHIP GAME
3/23/75 at Madison Square Garden: Princeton 80, Providence 69

The last Bear to average a ‘double-double’ for his entire career, Brown’s numbers were 16.0 points and 11.9 rebounds a game from 1972 to 1975. Along with that, when he graduated his 57 percent accuracy was a school record. A two-time first team All-Ivy pick, Brown led Brown to a 17-9 as a senior in 1975. That remains the most wins in school history.

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