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Tosan Evbuomwan hit a game winner with 4.8 seconds remaining to lead Princeton to their 28th Ivy League Championship in program history.
The former GB junior international hit a tough left-handed lay up to give the Tigers a 74-73 win over Harvard and clincheat least a share of the title for the Tigers, who have one regular season contest remaining. It moved them to 21-5 overall, and 11-2 in Ivy League play.
Evbuomwan, a Hoopsfix All-Star Classic alumnus, led the game in points with 18 on 8-for-14 shooting, along with 8 rebounds and 4 assists, and has emerged as a strong Ivy League Player of the Year candidate.
Evbuomwan leads the Ivy League in assists per game (4.9), and assist/turnover ratio (2.1). He ranks second in field goal percentage (52.7%9, fourth in points per game (15.1), fourth in steals per game (1.5), and seventh in rebounds per game (6.3).
He will wrap up the regular season with Princeton tonight, when they take on the University of Pennsylvania.