(17-11, 8-7 away)
Venue: The Palestra
7:30PM ET / 4:30PM PT, March 12, 2013
||I Hummer 18
||T Bray 6
||D Koon 3
||T Hicks 22
||H Brooks 11
||M Cartwright 7
Pennsylvania forced only eight turnovers and lost in front of the home crowd against Princeton 71-58 in conference play on Tuesday, Mar. 12. With the loss, the Quakers stay winless against Princeton this season at 0-2. The Quakers got a game-high 22 points and five rebounds from Tony Hicks. Henry Brooks had nine points and added 11 rebounds. For the Tigers, T.J. Bray got 13 points and six rebounds (3 Ast 3 Stl).
Pennsylvania Game Notes
- The Quakers have lost 100 percent of the time this season (0-6) after having a three-point percentage of 21.4 percent or worse.
- Pennsylvania has lost 90 percent of the time this season (1-9) after recording 58 or fewer total points.
- Pennsylvania has lost 80 percent of the time this season (3-12) after committing 17 or more turnovers.
- When the opposition shoots a field goal percentage of 47.3 percent or better this season, Pennsylvania has lost 100 percent of the time (0-7).
- When the opposition records 16 or more assists this season, Pennsylvania has lost 100 percent of the time (0-6).
- When the opposition records 26 or more field goals made this season, Pennsylvania has lost 86 percent of the time (1-6).
- This is the 12th game at home this season--Pennsylvania has a 0.0 average scoring margin against opponents at home.
- Tony Hicks accounted for 37.9 percent of the team's points.
- Henry Brooks accounted for 36.6 percent of the team's rebounds.
- Tony Hicks has led the team in scoring in nine out of 31 games this season.
- Henry Brooks has led the team in rebounding in three out of 31 games this season.
- This marks the fourth 20-point game of Tony Hicks's career.
- Henry Brooks recorded the first double-digit rebound game of his career.
- Henry Brooks had career highs with 11 rebounds and nine defensive rebounds.
Princeton Game Notes
- The top two scorers (Ian Hummer and T.J. Bray) accounted for 43.6 percent of the points.
- Ian Hummer has led the team in scoring 13 times in 28 games this season.
- T.J. Bray has five straight double-digit point games.
- Mack Darrow set a career high with three three-pointers.