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1LotteryPick1969 
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12-11-16 08:56 PM - Post#215462    

Sad to read this on the official site.

Edited by Administrator on 12-12-16 11:19 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
umbrellaman 
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12-11-16 10:10 PM - Post#215467    
    In response to 1LotteryPick1969

Oy. I don't think it affects the Ivy situation that much, but Brennan and Gladson need to step up. Is there a rule that prevents Brase from taking another injury year? Didn't someone do that twice? I can certainly understand why he might not want to - he'll have a decent European pro career ahead of him.

 
Tiger69 
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12-11-16 10:23 PM - Post#215468    
    In response to umbrellaman

No knock on Brase. But, we managed well last year without him. Good luck to him.

 
bradley 
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12-11-16 10:36 PM - Post#215470    
    In response to umbrellaman

He will graduate in the spring so his career is over at Princeton. He will stay with the team and cheer them on. Hans was a team leader and the players loved him as a teammate.

His injury is a negative as to their Ivy League chances and particularly if they go to the Big Dance. Brase/Miller/Gladson is stronger than Miller/Gladson/Brennan when you play big teams. What made Yale so tough last year was Sherrod with Sears, two senior Bigs, along with Mason. In the Ivy League regular season, it probably has less of an effect other than playing Harvard. In fairness, they did well without Brase against Cal bigs, 7'1" and 6'11" so they can compete but I would have preferred Brase playing against a big #4 seed team in the NCAA tournament, if they get there, without a doubt. Fortunately, the smaller Tiger team does create match up problems for other teams and Miller can play D. With senior leadership, i.e. Weisz and others, there will be no quit for sure as a result of his injury --- maybe even more determination.

 
PennFan10 
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12-12-16 01:12 AM - Post#215475    
    In response to bradley

Terrible news for Brase. Best wishes to him, I feel for the kid who worked very hard to come back this year.

 
1LotteryPick1969 
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12-12-16 08:14 AM - Post#215478    
    In response to PennFan10

Yes. I meant the post as sad news for Brase. The impact on the team and the Ivy race is of course a concern, but I feel bad for him above all.

I hope he has a full recovery and is able to play next year as a graduate student somewhere, if he so desires.

Gesundheit, Hans.

 
sparman 
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12-12-16 12:14 PM - Post#215492    
    In response to PennFan10

I'm sure it's debilitating for any ivy student who can only fit within ivy eligibility rules by withdrawing from school, then to have that disruption rendered pointless.

Good luck to him in his recovery should he choose to keep playing post-grad.

 
SRP 
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12-12-16 03:25 PM - Post#215525    
    In response to sparman

Terrible break for Brase. I also hope he's able to recover and continue his career if he so chooses.

 
Mike Porter 
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12-12-16 10:12 PM - Post#215620    
    In response to SRP

Penn fan here also feeling terrible for Brase... who worked hard to come back once under the crazy Ivy and even crazier Princeton rules. Silly that it actually penalizes kids who could otherwise have even more time learning at an Ivy institution.

 
umbrellaman 
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12-13-16 03:59 PM - Post#215724    
    In response to Mike Porter

The operative rule is the 5 years to finish 4 years of eligibility which is an Ivy one, though. The no-grad student is also an Ivy one too. I think the only Princeton rule to apply is not having a 5 year double major program like Penn does that can get around the need to withdraw for a year. But barring a waiver of Ivy rules, Brase can't withdraw again and come back next year and play OR if it wasn't too late to double-major he still couldn't play next year. From an educational, personal and professional point of view I can see where that wouldn't be desirable.

 
rbg 
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04-21-17 08:25 AM - Post#228839    
    In response to umbrellaman

According to Richmond Times-Dispatch, Hans Brase has visited Richmond and is considering joining the Spiders as a Graduate Transfer.

Richmond is coached by former Tiger Chris Mooney and assistant coach Marcus Jenkins was an assistant at Princeton during Brase's time there.

http://www.richmond.com/sports/college/school s/uni...

 
1LotteryPick1969 
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04-21-17 10:52 AM - Post#228849    
    In response to rbg

Robins School of Business?

 
SRP 
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04-22-17 12:09 PM - Post#228871    
    In response to 1LotteryPick1969

Their do-everything center just graduated, so Brase ought to be a very welcome addition.

 
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