– Joining Eggleston in double figures for Penn were Bernardini (11 points), and Grandieri, who finished with 10 points and eight rebounds in his final collegiate appearance.
– Coming off the bench on senior night, Finley led Princeton in scoring with 13 points, shooting 6-for-10 from the field, but only one of six on free throw attempts. Briggs and Savage added 10 points each.
– Princeton hurt itself at the line, going just 11-for-21 (52.4 percent), while Penn was a much healthier 13 of 16 (81.3 percent).
– Neither team shot especially well from the field. The Quakers made 22 of 55 field goal attempts (40.0 percent), including 3-for-12 from three-point range (25.0 percent), while Princeton shot 17-for-41 (41.5 percent) and only 2-for-11 (18.2 percent) from the perimeter.
– Because of the senior night festivities, Sidney Johnson started all five of his seniors: forwards Kyle Koncz and Savage, and guards Matt Sargeant, Steurer, and Zach Woolridge.
– The crowd was announced at 2,303, with the Princeton student section almost empty because of midterm exams.
– With the win, Penn finished the season in sole possession of third place in the league at 8-6, while Princeton ended up tied with Dartmouth and Harvard in sixth at 3-11.