– Danley broke out of an extended slump with 15 points and nine rebounds — though the 74.5-percent free throw shooters was just 1 of 7 at the line.
– Barnett was the high scorer for Dartmouth with 13 points, albeit on 4-for-12 shooting from the field.
– The Big Green was without leading scorer Leon Pattman, who didn’t make the trip due to a stomach virus. Pattman hadn’t practiced since Tuesday, and Terry Dunn said he hopes the senior will be able to resume practicing by Wednesday.
– Four Quaker starters scored in double figures, with Smith and Jaaber joining Zoller and Danley.
– Dartmouth’s 17 offensive rebounds were a season high, but despite grabbing six more offensive boards than Penn, Dartmouth led in second chance points by only five, at 16-11.
– Penn only attempted two three-pointers in the second half, missing both. The Quakers went attempted only 14 threes on the night, matching their season low.
– Dartmouth heads across the river to face Princeton (10-9, 1-4 Ivy) on Saturday, February 10 at 7:30 pm ET, while Penn hosts Harvard (10-11, 3-4 Ivy) at 7:00 pm ET.