– Penn was led by Schreiber, who scored a career-best 23 points on 9-for-17 shooting and grabbed nine rebounds, blocked two shots and recorded one steal. Harrison Gaines had a very impressive performance off the bench for Glen Miller, scoring 19 points on 6-for-9 shooting and dishing out seven assists without committing a turnover in 28 minutes, while Grandieri was the third Quaker in double digits with 12 points.
– Dale combined with Gaines for a great point guard duel, scoring 24 points — albeit on 5-of-13 shooting — grabbing nine rebounds, and recording four assists in 35 minutes. Gore was Cornell’s third double-figure scorer with 14 points.
– Two long streaks were snapped on the night. The win was Big Red coach Steve Donahue’s first ever over Penn, snapping a 14-game losing streak against the Quakers. Additionally, Dale’s lone miss from the charity stripe ended his streak of consecutive made free throws at an impressive 52, after making his first five attempts of the night..
– Miller gave seldom-used guard Remy Cofield a surprise start, slotting him in the hole created by the injured Tyler Bernardini. Cofield played 21 minutes and scored six points, pulled down five rebounds, dished out an assist, and committed one turnover.
– The Quaker press resulted in some turnovers by the home team, as Penn enjoyed a 12-9 edge in turnovers and outscored Cornell 18-11 in points off turnovers.
– Penn returns home to host arch rival Princeton on Tuesday, February 12, at 7:00 pm ET, while Cornell will head to Boston to take on Harvard on Friday, February 15, at 7:00 pm ET.