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Penn coach Jerome Allen and the Quakers have now won four of their last five games at the Palestra.
With 2013 coming to a close, look for sophomore guard Jamal Lewis to be important to Penn basketball’s chances against a solid Rider squad on Sunday
Sophomore center Darien Nelson-Henry suffered a concussion at practice leading up to Sunday’s matchup with Marist. The 6-foot-11 center leads Penn with 7.4 rebounds per game
Sophomore center Darien Nelson-Henry added 12 points and seven rebounds but was one of four members of Penn’s starting lineup to have at least five turnovers. The Quakers turned the ball over 24 times, eliminating any chance for them to compete with the No. 14 ranked team.
Penn sophomore center Darien Nelson-Henry was part of Penn’s solid rebounding effort as the Quakers outrebounded a sizable Villanova squad. However, Nelson-Henry was in foul trouble along with his frontcourt mates, giving Nova a chance to take over in the paint.
Villanova junior guard Darrun Hilliard scored a game-high 19 points on 5-for-10 shooting, helping to pace the the Wildcats early on. When the Wildcats jumped to a 31-9 lead, Hilliard was tied with Penn as he had hit three of his first four three-pointers.
Senior guard Miles Cartwright puts up a three in the first half against Villanova. Penn hit six threes during the game to Villanova’s 10 treys, as the Wildcats built their early lead via the three-ball.