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Vol. 112, No. 8

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Hummer ’13 reaches 1,000-point milestone

By Jay Greenberg
Published in the March 7, 2012, issue


Ian Hummer ’13
PHOTO: DONALD CLARK
Ian Hummer ’13

Basketball forward Ian Hummer ’13 reached 1,015 career points Feb. 4 in a game against Yale. Hummer (right, taking the shot that put him over 1,000, on a goaltending violation), who has averaged 17 points per game, became the 29th Princeton player — and only the fifth ­junior — to pass 1,000 points. He is the second member of his family to reach the milestone at Princeton; John Hummer ’70, his uncle, finished his career with 1,031 points. 

“Ian is borderline unstoppable to the basket, but also complements everybody with his passing skills,” said coach Mitch Henderson ’98. The Tigers lost to Yale 58–54. The team was 11–10 overall and 2–3 in the Ivy League as of Feb. 6.

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