PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Eric Osmundson scored 17 points and Brian
Grandieri added 12 as Penn used a 35-8 run to overcome a sluggish
start and beat Yale 74-52 on Saturday night.
Ibrahim Jaaber and Friedrich Bede each scored 11 points for the
Quakers (11-6, 4-0), who are the only remaining undefeated team in
the Ivy League.
Dominick Martin had 18 points for the Bulldogs (11-10, 3-3).
Yale outscored the Quakers 16-1 at the start, a run that
included two 3-pointers by Eric Flato. Yale led 31-19 with 5:27
left in the first half. Grandieri and Bede then sparked an 11-2 run
that cut the Quakers' deficit to 33-30 at halftime.
Jaaber scored 11 points in a 24-6 run at the start of the second
half as Penn built a 54-39 lead with 9:20 remaining.
The Quakers, who shot 17-for-30 in the second half, took their
biggest lead at 70-44 with four minutes left.