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7-3, 1st in Ivy

Swain leads Yale over Siena 100-89 in 3OT

Azar Swain had a career-high 25 points, including a 3-pointer in the final seconds of regulation to force the first of three overtimes, as Yale got past Siena 100-89 on Wednesday night.


Waters leads Oklahoma State over Yale 64-57

On a day in which his Native American heritage was celebrated throughout the game, Lindy Waters scored 19 points -- eight in the final three minutes -- to help lead Oklahoma State to a 64-57 victory over Yale on Sunday.

Highlights: Yale 74, Stony Brook 69 - Via Ivy League (1:46)
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Yale gives Jones extension through 2025-26

Yale men's basketball coach James Jones, who is coming off a 22-8 season and an Ivy League championship, has signed a contract extension through the 2025-26 season.

Ben Fawkes ESPN Staff Writer 

14-seed Yale (+7) doesn't win, but is the second underdog to cover in the tournament. The Bulldogs fall 79-74 to 3-seed LSU. Game stays under closing total of 157.5

Andrea Adelson ESPN Senior Writer 

LSU survived a massive second-half challenge against Yale to win 79-74 and advance to the second round in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2009. The last time the Tigers were in the tournament, they blew a double-digit halftime lead and it nearly happened again on Thursday as Yale limited their offense and found clutch performances from the bench. But LSU made its free-throws down the stretch to advance.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Senior Writer 

Have to hand it to Yale and veteran coach James Jones -- the Bulldogs have done a great job limiting LSU on the offensive end while finding ways to compensate with leading scorer Miye Oni struggling. The Bulldogs made it a game in the second half when it threatened to turn into a blowout at halftime.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Senior Writer 

Yale leading scorer Miye Oni is struggling, but the Bulldogs are staying in the game with LSU thanks in part to Alex Copeland, with nine second-half points, and their bench -- which is outscoring the Tigers. After a strong first-half, Tremont Waters is scoreless in the second for LSU.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Senior Writer 

LSU has a 16-point halftime lead thanks, in part, to its play in the paint. The Tigers have more field goals in the paint than Yale has total field goals, and are outrebounding Yale as well. Yale hasn't shot the ball well, either. The Bulldogs are shooting 29 percent, which would be their worst percentage of the season. Yale entered the NCAA tournament shooting 49.8 percent, sixth in Division I.

Team Stats

Points Per Game74.0Tied-141st
Rebounds Per Game40.362nd
Assists Per Game15.291st
Points Allowed61.748th

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Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record1-5
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances4