Courtesy: Princeton Athletic Communications
Key figures in a pair of Ivy League basketball championship teams, juniors Douglas Davis and Devona Allgood join the latest edition of TigerCast.
Davis made one of the biggest shots in Princeton basketball history last weekend, and it sent Princeton into the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2004. His buzzer beater from the left elbow gave the Tigers a one-point win over Ivy co-champion Harvard and earned the Tigers a 13th seed in Thursday's first round. Davis, a 1,000-point scorer as a junior, discusses the shot, the season and what it will take to top college basketball royalty, Kentucky.
Allgood was a first-team All-Ivy League selection for the women's basketball team and led the league in rebounding. She was one of the key players for Princeton even before the season-ending injury to Niveen Rasheed, but she raised her game another level and helped Princeton to its second straight NCAA Tournament. After a full season as the hunted, Allgood talks about what it took for Princeton to repeat as league champion and how much she looks forward to regaining the underdog role.
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To listen to specific interviews, please use this guide: Douglas Davis (men's basketball) 6:55; Devona Allgood (women's basketball) 20:10.
Sept. 16: Bob Surace (football); Liz McStravick (women's volleyball); Julie Shackford (women's soccer).
Sept. 23: Peter
Farrell (women's cross country) 5:20; Steve Verbit (football) 21:50.
Sept. 30: Kristen
Holmes-Winn (field hockey) 5:00; Antoine Hoppenot (men's soccer) 16:50;
Eddy Morrissey (football) 33:25.
Oct. 7: Steve Dolan (men's cross country) 5:30; Jim Salgado (football) 15:10.
Oct. 14: Jolie Ward (volleyball) 6:05; James Perry (football) 21:15.
Oct. 21: Jim
Barlow (men's soccer) 4:25; Kayleigh Iatarola (women's soccer) 14:55;
Jared Backus (football) 30:55.
Oct. 28: Ashley Higginson (women's cross country); Donn Cabral (men's cross country); Jeff Kampersal (women's hockey)
Nov. 4: Julie
Shackford (women's soccer) 4:40; Josh Walburn (men's soccer) 15:45;
Chris Ayres (wrestling) 27:40.
Nov. 11: Courtney Banghart (women's basketball) 7:00; Matt Zimmerman (football)
Nov. 18: Guy
Gadowsky (men's hockey) 6:40; Luis Nicolao (men's water polo) 18:20.
Nov. 23: Bob Surace (football) 1:10.
Dec. 2: Kristen
Holmes-Winn (field hockey) 5:20; Meredith Monroe (women's swimming)
21:10; Colin Cordes (men's swimming) 29:45.
Dec. 9: Niveen
Rasheed (women's basketball) 4:55; Mike Kramer (men's hockey) 17:05.
Dec. 16: Kareem Maddox (men's basketball) 6:05; Gail Ramsay (women's squash) 16:10; Bob Callahan (men's squash) 27:45.
Dec. 23: Year In Review (part 1) 1:40.
Dec. 30: Year In Review (part 2) 1:35.
Jan.6: Travis Erdman (wrestling) 6:40; Rachel Weber (women's hockey) 20:40.
Jan. 13: Sam Shweisky (men's volleyball) 4:20.
Jan. 20: Luis Nicolao (women's water polo) 5:45; Jim Barlow (men's soccer) 12:25.
Jan. 27: Sarah Furgatch (women's swimming) 10:30; Brett Lullo (men's swimming) 21:25.
Feb. 3: Dan Mavraides (men's basketball) 9:00; Addie Micir (women's basketball) 22:30; Chris Ayres (wrestling) 37:50.
Feb. 10: Zoltan Dudas (fencing) 7:55; David Letourneau (squash) 21:05.
Feb. 17: Austin Hollimon (men's track & field); Jackie Moss (women's squash); Chris Bates (men's lacrosse)
Feb. 24: Thanithia Billings (women's track & field) 8:55; Ming Ong (women's swimming & diving) 20:25; Chris Sailer (women's lacrosse) 31:55.
Mar. 3: Courtney Banghart (women's basketball) 7:10; Colin Hanna (men's swimming) 20:10; Chris Ayres (wrestling) 33:15.
Mar. 10: Dan Mavraides (basketball) 5:45; Geoff Faux (swimming) 19:40.