PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Judson Wallace scored 24 points and Andre
Logan hit two key free throws in overtime as Princeton defeated
Penn 76-70 Tuesday in the final regular-season game for both teams.
Logan added 19 points and Will Venable had 12 points and five
steals for the Ivy League champions (20-7, 13-1), who had already
earned a berth in the NCAA tournament.
Adam Chubb had 18 points and 10 rebounds for the Quakers (17-10,
10-4), who are still hoping for an NIT bid.
Penn had a 54-47 lead with 7:17 left in regulation, but then
went cold as Princeton went on a 14-3 run and moved ahead 61-57 on
two free throws by Wallace.
Tim Begley's two foul shots with 52 seconds remaining brought
Penn to within 61-59, and Begley then tapped in a missed shot with
six-tenths of a second left to send the game into overtime.
The Tigers built a 72-67 edge before Penn's Jeff Schiffner hit a
3-pointer with 26 seconds left. Logan then made his two free throws
five seconds later, then added two more with 1.7 seconds left for
the final score.
It was the ninth straight win for Princeton, while Penn, which
had 18 turnovers in the game, had its five-game winning streak
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