Stats & Info: Princeton

A scan of the college basketball box scores each night guarantees all kinds of statistical oddities and standout performances. Here are some we found from Tuesday.

Massachusetts 93, Duquesne 83
B.J. Monteiro of Duquesne recorded six personal fouls in the Dukes’ loss to Massachusetts. Monteiro is the fourth player to pick up six fouls in a game this season, joining Darrius Garrett of Richmond, Andres Torres of Hartford and Torian Oglesby of Bowling Green.

Villanova 70, Rutgers 49
Rutgers went just 3-25 (12 percent) from the field in the second half in its loss to Villanova.

Hampton 69, Morgan State 65
Darrion Pellum of Morgan State scored 23 points in the win over Hampton. Pellum became the first player this season to score 20+ points while making three or fewer shots from the field and attempting 20 or more free throws.

Trillion of the Night
Pennsylvania 62, Princeton 52
Marin Kukoc (son of Toni) of Penn played five minutes without accumulating a single stat in the Quakers’ 62-52 loss to Princeton.
A scan of the college basketball box scores each night guarantees all kinds of statistical oddities and standout performances. Here are some we found from Friday:

Delaware 72, Towson 65
Robert Nwankwo of Towson tallied 27 points and 20 rebounds in the Tigers’ CAA opening round loss. Nwankwo is the second player to record 25+ points and 20+ rebounds in a loss this season (Jeronne Maymon of Tennessee being the other on Nov. 22 against Memphis).

On another note, Towson lost their 31st game of the season, breaking the Division I record for most losses in a season (according to the NCAA record book).

Harvard 77, Columbia 70 and Princeton 64, Yale 57
Blaise Stabb of Columbia and Greg Kelley of Yale each played five minutes without accumulating a single stat.

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