– Brian Grandieri was the only player in double figures for Penn with 16 points.
– Sullivan tied for high-scoring honors with 16 points, while Huffman added 14 and Friske tallied 13 for Brown.
– The Bears recorded an impressive 20 assists on 28 made field goals and committed only eight turnovers, while the Quakers finished with just eight assists on 16 made field goals.
– Brown played without Matt Mullery, who injured his knee in a collision with Princeton’s Noah Savage on Friday night.
– The Bears’ win completed the program’s second sweep of the season series in the last five years, while the 32-point margin of defeat was that Quakers’ worst-ever loss in Ivy League play.
– Penn will next welcome league champions Cornell to The Palestra for an 8:00 pm ET tipoff on Friday, March 7, while Brown will go to Harvard for a 7:00 pm ET start.