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@ Cor 
W 69-66
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@ Colum 
L 67-70
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vs. Dart 
L 74-76
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vs. Harv 
W 75-72
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vs. Prince 
L 64-72
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Stephens helps Princeton get past Penn 72-64 in overtime

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Myles Stephens scored 21 points, including the tying tip-in in regulation and the first four points of overtime, to help send top seed Princeton past No. 4 seed Penn 72-64 on Saturday in the opener of the inaugural Ivy League Tournament.

The Tigers (22-6), who went undefeated in the Ivy regular season, won their 18th straight game and will play No. 3 seed Yale in Sunday's championship game.

After Penn's Matt Howard missed a front end of a one-on-one with 12 seconds left in regulation, Stephens' followed Amir Bell's missed layup to tie the game at 59 before Penn's Darnell Foreman missed a 3-pointer.

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Leaders
Points: A. Brodeur13.8
Rebounds: A. Brodeur6.9
Assists: D. Foreman3.4
FG%: A. Brodeur52.6%
FT%: No qualifiers
3P%: J. Donahue30.7%
Steals: M. Howard1.2
Blocks: A. Brodeur2.4
AP Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Villanova32-4
2 Gonzaga36-1
3 Kansas31-5
4 Arizona32-5
5 Kentucky32-5
6 North Carolina30-7
7 Duke28-9
8 UCLA31-5
9 Oregon33-5
10 Louisville25-9
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Coaches Rankings
Rank School Rec
1 Villanova32-4
2 Gonzaga36-1
3 Kansas31-5
4 Arizona32-5
5 Kentucky32-5
6 UCLA31-5
7 Duke28-9
8 North Carolina30-7
9 Oregon33-5
10 Louisville25-9
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Ivy League Standings
 ConferenceOverall
  W-L W-L
Princeton 14-0 23-7
Harvard 10-4 18-10
Yale 9-5 18-11
Penn 6-8 13-15
Columbia 5-9 11-16
Brown 4-10 13-17
Cornell 4-10 8-21
Dartmouth 4-10 7-20
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Offense (Rank)
Points: 68.9 (280)
Rebounds: 9.5 (251)
Assists: 14.3 (118)
FG%: 44.3% (182)
FT%: 65.7% (313)
3P%: 33.9% (234)
Defense (Rank)
Points: 68.0 (69)
Rebounds: 25.2 (180)
Assists: 12.7 (132)
FG%: 41.6% (62)
FT%: 72.9% (309)
3P%: 36.0% (246)
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