Drexel vs Princeton final score: Dragons top Tigers, 64-57

Howard Smith-US PRESSWIRE

Drexel trailed Princeton by seven points at halftime, but outscored the Tigers by 14 in the second half, as Drexel topped Princeton, 64-57.

The Drexel Dragons notched their third win of the 2012 season on Saturday, as Drexel topped the Princeton Tigers, 64-57. Damion Lee led Drexel with 21 points, and also added five rebounds. Daryl McCoy recorded a game-high eight rebounds for Drexel, and added eight points.

Drexel shot 50% from the field -- and 50% from beyond the three-point line as well. Princeton shot 48.9% from the field, but was just 5-of-18 (27.8%) from three-point range, and only attempted 13 free throws in the loss.

Ian Hummer led Princeton with 19 points and seven rebounds. Hummer also had a team-high five assists for the Tigers.

Princeton took a 32-25 lead into halftime, but Drexel battled back in the second half, outscoring the Tigers 39-25 in the game's decisive half.

Drexel will have over a week to prepare for its next game, when the Dragons head to Connecticut to take on the Fairfield Stags on Sunday, Dec. 16. Princeton's next contest will come on Saturday, Dec. 15, against the Fordham Rams.

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