– Gunn was the top scorer for Princeton with eight points, despite shooting just 3 of 10 from the floor and 1 of 7 from three.
– Grandieri chipped in nine points and 10 rebounds for the Quakers, and while Jaaber’s shooting woes continued with a 3-for-11 night and only eight points, he did have six steals and three assists.
– Koncz did not start, but came off the bench to play 20 minutes, finishing with six points on 2-of-6 shooting (2 of 5 from three) and a career-high seven rebounds.
– Tuesday’s game marked the third time in seven Ivy games that Princeton had finished with 3 points. The Tigers’ scoring output was the lowest total by a Penn opponent since 1972 and their 0.62 points per possession was the second-lowest offensive efficiency by an Ivy team this year (Dartmouth’s 0.50 at Kansas is the lowest).
– After shooting 1-for-10 in Saturday’s win over Harvard, Penn only attempted eight three-pointers against Princeton. Darren Smith hit the only Quaker three just 11 seconds into the game.
– Princeton’s bench outscored Penn’s 15-2. It was the Quakers’ second-lowest bench total of the season, next to the scoreless performance by Penn reserves against Drexel.
– The Tigers rebounded at 24.2 percent offensively, but held the Quakers to a mere 17.6 percent at their offensive end, outscoring their hosts 5-3 in second-chance points.
– Princeton lost the turnover battle 17-8.
– The Ps will host the Cs this weekend, with Penn and Columbia (13-9, 4-4 Ivy) hooking up on Friday, February 16 at 7:00 pm ET, and Princeton welcoming Cornell (13-9, 6-2 Ivy) to Jadwin Gym at 7:30 pm ET.