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Penn Falls To Princeton, 70-65

Penn Coach Jerome Allen (Credit: Matthew Holst/Getty Images)

Penn Coach Jerome Allen (Credit: Matthew Holst/Getty Images)

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PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) — T.J. Bray scored 18 points as Princeton won its fifth-straight game, 70-65 over Penn on Tuesday in the final Ivy League game of the season.

Steven Cook had 14 points and Clay Wilson added 12 for Princeton (20-8). Cook and Wilson came off the bench as Princeton’s reserves outscored Penn 31-6. The Tigers made 43 percent of their shots and went to the line 27 times, compared to 14 for Penn.

Princeton’s lead was trimmed to 58-54 until Bray’s basket and after a Miles Jackson-Cartwright free throw for Penn, Wilson hit a 3-pointer for a 63-55 lead.

Fran Dougherty led Pennsylvania (8-20) with 20 points and nine rebounds, while Darien Nelson-Henry added 18 points. Tony Hicks, Penn’s leading scorer at 15.5 points, played just 3 minutes because of disciplinary reasons. He was ejected from Friday’s game against Columbia.

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