Princeton Vs. Florida State Final Score: Noles Fall In Triple Overtime, 75-73

SAN ANTONIO, TX - MARCH 25: Head coach Leonard Hamilton of the Florida State Seminoles looks on during the southwest regional of the 2011 NCAA men's basketball tournament against Virginia Commonwealth Rams at the Alamodome on March 25, 2011 in San Antonio, Texas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

The Florida State Seminoles fell to the Princeton Tigers in triple overtime, losing to an Ivy League school for the second time this season.

The Princeton Tigers were able to knock off the Florida State Seminoles in triple overtime, 75-73. This was the second time this season the Noles have lost to an Ive League school in overtime, falling to Harvard earlier in the season. Princeton got out to a fast start, dominating the Noles in the first half and taking a 27-10 into halftime. The Noles rallied back in the second half, exploding for 37 points and tying the game on some late buckets by Ian Miller and Okaro White.

The teams played tough defense in the first overtime period, scoring just six points each. It was more of the same in the second overtime, with the teams scoring just seven points each. Princeton finally broke away in the third overtime period, taking an early lead and holding on by sinking their free throws. Douglas Davis ended the night with 25 points for the Tigers and Ian Hummer picked up 25 points and 15 rebounds. For FSU, Michael Snaer ended the night leading the way with 20 points.

For more on the Florida State Seminoles, visit SB Nation's FSU blog Tomahawk Nation. Also be sure to stick to SB Nation's NCAA Basketball news hub for all of the latest news.

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