Miles Cartwright made 1-of-2 from the free throw line after being fouled at the 18:51 mark of the first half. The 1-0 margin wasn't much, but it was a lead that the Penn Quakers would never relinquish for the remainder of Monday night's game against the Princeton Tigers. The Quakers would go on to an 82-67 win at home.
Forty-five seconds after Cartwright's trip to the free throw line, Zach Rosen made one of his four 3-pointers on the night to kick start a 28-point outburst on 10-for-18 shooting. Rosen, who led the Quakers with 18.3 points per game coming into Monday, also had five assists on the night. Cartwright and Tyler Bernardini added 10 and 14 points, respectively.
The Quakers enjoyed a 31-17 rebound advantage over the Tigers on Monday, including 11 on the offensive end of the court. The Quakers also shot 30 free throws on the night. Cartwright led Penn with 6-of-8 from the charity stripe despite playing just 17 minutes.
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