PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- AJ Brodeur scored 20 points with eight rebounds and seven assists and Pennsylvania beat Brown 73-68 on Saturday to keep its hopes for an Ivy League tournament berth alive.
Devon Goodman, who was second on the Quakers in scoring coming into the contest with 14.0 points per game, was held to only six points (0 of 13).
The Quakers leveled the season series against the Bears with the win. Brown defeated Penn 75-63 on Feb. 14. Penn takes on Cornell at home on Friday. Brown plays Harvard on the road on Friday.
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