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PHILADELPHIA (AP) – Devon Goodman scored 16 points to lead five teammates in double-digit scoring and Pennsylvania rolled over Division III Stockton University 112-63 on Saturday.
It’s the fourth-highest points the Quakers have scored in program history and the most since hitting 114 against Haverford in 1993.
A.J. Brodeur scored 11 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Quakers (5-2), who never trailed and held the Ospreys to 32-percent shooting. Antonio Woods scored 14 points with four of Penn’s 29 assists, Michael Wang added 13 points and Bryce Washington scored 11.
The Quakers outscored the Ospreys 52-22 in the paint, scored 23 points off of 17 forced turnovers and had a 29-3 advantage on fast-break points.
Woods opened with a 3 and Penn led 29-14 after Brodeur’s free throw midway through the first quarter. Woods’ jumper made it 60-33 at halftime and Jakub Mijakowski’s 3 put the Quakers over the century mark with 5:39 to play.
Keenan Williams Jr. led Stockton with 11 points.
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