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 1 Virginia 16-1 
 2 Gonzaga 18-2 
 3 Duke 15-2 
 4 Michigan 17-1 
 5 Tennessee 16-1 
 6 Michigan St. 16-2 
 7 Kentucky 14-3 
 8 Houston 18-1 
 9 N.Carolina 14-4 
 10 Virginia Tech 15-2 
 11 Purdue 12-6 
 12 Wisconsin 12-6 
 13 Louisville 13-5 
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 15 Iowa St. 14-4 
 16 LSU 14-3 
 17 Nevada 17-2 
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 19 Marquette 16-3 
 20 Kansas 15-3 
 21 Maryland 16-3 
 22 Villanova 14-4 
 23 Cincinnati 16-3 
 24 Auburn 13-4 
 25 NC State 15-3 
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Points Per Game
  Avg: 29.8
 1. C.Clemons Campbell29.8 
 2. A.Davis Detroit26.7 
 3. J.Wright-Foreman Hofstra26.0 
 4. M.Howard Marquette25.6 
 5. M.Daum S.Dakota25.0 
 6. J.Marrow Hampton24.8 
 7. C.Edwards Purdue24.6 
 8. L.Diane CS North24.1 
 9. J.Morant Murray S23.9 
 10. J.Davis N.Colorado23.9 
Rebounds Per Game
  Avg: 13
 1. N.Carvacho Colorado13.0 
 2. C.Pope Beth.-Co12.4 
 3. D.Cacok NC-Wilmi12.2 
 4. J.Murphy Minnesota11.9 
 5. M.Daum S.Dakota11.6 
 6. D.Wiggins Bowling11.5 
 7. J.Rodriguez E.Ten11.3 
 8. Z.Cheatham Arizona11.0 
 9. J.Mooney Notre D10.8 
 10. B.Fernando Maryl10.7 
Assists Per Game
  Murray S
  Avg: 10.1
 1. J.Morant Murray S10.1 
 2. K.Toews NC-Wilmi7.8 
 3. J.Sharkey Samford7.7 
 4. C.Winston Michigan7.4 
 5. C.Ross Pepperdine7.3 
 6. A.Robinson TCU7.3 
 7. C.Parker Sacred H6.9 
 8. T.Griffin S.Missis6.8 
 9. J.Perkins Gonzaga6.7 
 10. D.Bell Presbyterian6.6 
Steals Per Game
  Avg: 3.2
 1. J.Gilyard Richmond3.2 
 2. M.Thybulle Washington3.2 
 3. L.Rideau S.Florida3.1 
 4. T.Waters LSU3.0 
 5. B.Beard FIU3.0 
 6. J.Levi UT2.8 
 7. J.Sharkey Samford2.8 
 8. S.Ponds St.John's2.8 
 9. M.Rafferty Furman2.7 
 10. Z.Cooks NJ2.7 
Blocks Per Game
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  Avg: 3.8
 1. B.Gilbeck W.Ill3.8 
 2. K.Kelley Oregon St.3.5 
 3. B.Clarke Gonzaga2.9 
 4. J.Gant La-Lafayette2.9 
 5. J.Spellman Sacred H2.8 
 6. J.Durham Notre D2.8 
 7. T.Fall Cent.Florida2.7 
 8. O.Osaghae FIU2.7 
 9. J.Otchere Stony B2.6 
 10. N.Claxton Georgia2.6 

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2/16/2019 (Regular Season)

NC State (25) Feb.16 Duke (3) 37%
W.Virgini 75% Feb.16 Kansas (20)
Maryland (21) Feb.16 Michigan (4) 36%
N.Carolin (9) Feb.16 Wake Fore 70%
Auburn (24) Feb.16 Vanderbil 38%
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Buffalo (18) Feb.16 Toledo 76%
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Penn St. 38% Feb.16 Purdue (11)
Iowa St. (15) Feb.16 Kansas St 72%
Va.Tech (10) Feb.16 Pittsburg 76%
LSU (16) Feb.16 Georgia 70%
Tennessee (5) 34% Feb.16 Kentucky (7)
Gonzaga (2) Feb.16 San Diego 76%
Nevada (17) Feb.16 Wyoming 38%
Penn Holds On to Beat Columbia - Feb 3, 2019

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New York, NY - Last year's Ivy League Champion Penn Quakers (13-7, 1-3) held off the Columbia Lions (6-12, 1-3), winning 72-70 in a tightly contested Ivy League match-up that featured 14 lead changes and 11 ties.

Penn held a two-point lead early in the contest as a solid defense and drive-and-kick offense served the Quakers well to start the game. Timely shooting by Columbia's Gabe Stefanini, who finished the first half with 11 points on 5-of-8 shooting from the field, staked the Lions to an eleven point lead midway through the first half.

With their offense stalling due to poor 3-point shooting (3-17, 17.6% in the first half), Penn looked to drive and post-up more aggressively. The Quakers cut into Columbia's lead over the balance of the first half going 11-12 at the free throw line, including a combined 6-of-6 by guards Devon Goodman and Bryce Washington and 3-of-4 by forward Max Rothschild. Despite being outscored from the field, Penn used an 11 to 0 free throw advantage to lead at halftime, 32-31.

The second half started much more physical as both teams looked to go inside to post players Patrick Tape (Columbia) and AJ Brodeur (6'8''-F) (Penn). Brodeur was particularly effective for Penn, scoring 20 of his 24 points in the second half.

Penn clung to a slim lead as the referees called the game tight early in the second half as both teams were called for a number of off-ball fouls.

As the game progressed, Columbia's guard duo of Gabe Stefanini and Quinton Adlesh caught fire and put Columbia ahead, 49-47, midway through the second half. Columbia would end up shooting 70.8 percent from the field in the second half and 58.5 percent for the game as Penn struggled to find an answer to multiple high screens for the Columbia guards.

Penn continued to attack the basket and, with 6:01 left in the second half put themselves in double bonus territory. Around the same time, Penn changed their matchups to put guard Devon Goodman on Columbia's Stefanini who was torching the Quakers and would finish as the game's high scorer with 27 points on 12-of-20 shooting.

Columbia cut the Penn lead to 66-67 with 3:42 left in the game and the game became a battle of drives and defensive stops for the remainder of the game. With 58 seconds left, and leading 72-70, Penn's AJ Brodeur drove hard down the right side of the lane but missed a contested lay-up that would have given Penn a four-point lead. Colombia couldn't score on the ensuing fast break. Still holding a two-point lead, the Quakers milked the clock and once again attacked the rim.

With the shot clock running down, Bryce Washington went hard to the basket but a tough layup high off the glass bounced off the rim and gave Columbia the last possession.

The Lions put the ball in the hands of Stefanini to tie or win the game and sent their center up for another high pick and roll. Stefanini kept the ball and attempted to drive to the basket as Penn switched on the screen but AJ Brodeur was able to force Stefanini to take a contested fall-away jumper that missed the mark and gave Penn a hard-earned 72-70 road victory.

Both teams will continue league play next weekend with Columbia facing Harvard and Dartmouth on the road and Penn traveling to play Brown and league-leading Yale.

This article was written by Mark Jablonski, a correspondent and scout for NetScouts Basketball.

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