CollegeSalnave’s buzzer-beater lifts Monmouth to road win over Princeton, makes SportsCenter Top 10 by Gregg Snyder December 11, 2019 Ray Salnave made the SportsCenter Top 10 Tuesday night after his game-winning three pointer at the buzzer lifted Monmouth University Men’s Basketball (5-5) over Princeton University (1-7) 67-66 at Jadwin Gym.Just prior, Princeton’s Jaelin Llewellyn missed the second of two free throws with 19 seconds to go. Salnave grabbed the rebound took matters into his own hands, driving the floor and completing a reverse layup with 12 seconds left to tie the game. Ryan Schwieger was fouled with 4.2 seconds on the clock and hit both free throws to give Princeton a two-point lead.That’s when Salnave took a pass and hit the game winner.The buzzer-beater marks the first time MU has won a game at the final horn since November 29, 2013 when Deon Jones’ buzzer-beating layup topped Mississippi Valley State.Salnave finished the game with a career high 21 points, his seventh 20+ point game of his career.Monmouth led for 28:53 of the night. The biggest difference came from long range as the Hawks hit 53.5% from downtown, while Princeton just 16%. Post Views: 1,209The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest PostsGregg SnyderLatest posts by Gregg Snyder (see all) ITZ Staff Makes Super Bowl LV Predictions. Which team wins? Who is MVP? - February 5, 2021 Jets And Nike Create New Jersey High School Girls Flag Football League - February 3, 2021 NJ Sports Photographer, Lauren Guillen, Raising Funds For Local Youth Holiday Gifts - December 11, 2020 President Trump Awards Lou Holtz With Medal of Freedom - December 3, 2020 Related TopicsCollege BasketballMonmouthPrincetonRay Salnave Click to comment You must be logged in to post a comment Login Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Newsletter SubscriptionCan't Miss Posts! The Most Catastrophic Boat Trip Since the Titanic; the New York Giants by John Venezia | posted on October 4, 2020 MetLife Stadium to host Army-Navy Game in 2021 by Kelly Lynn | posted on August 23, 2017 From Paramus High School to CBS Sports, Spero Dedes is making waves in sports broadcasting by Sunil Sunder Raj | posted on October 27, 2020 Women in Sports: NHL Network Host, Jackie Redmond by Nicholas Durst | posted on March 4, 2019 No Shame in Their Game – Female Mixed Martial Artists Use Onlyfans to Make Money by Brandon Berrios | posted on December 4, 2020More in College You Know I’m Right, Episode 107: New York Post’s Columnist Mike Vaccaro (Audio/Video)On the 107th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... Master P’s Son, Hercy, Commits to Tennessee StateMaster P’s son, Hercy Miller, is committing to Tennessee State to play basketball. While... EA Sports Plans to Revive College Football Video GameEA Sports announced that they plan on making college football video games again. The... UVM Women’s Basketball Team Quits 2020-2021 SeasonThe University of Vermont (UVM) women’s basketball will be ending their 2020-2021 season early... Schiano Gaining Momentum on Recruiting Trail for Rutgers How important was Rutgers’ win over Wisconsin?