Tony Hicks added 16 for Penn, and Miles Jackson-Cartwright 9, all of which came in the 2nd half. Penn had one chance to tie the game and send it to overtime, but Tony Hicks' last second shot rimmed out.
Seth Hinrichs led the Leopards with 28 points. Despite shooting much worse than Penn in the first half (39.4% compared to 55.6%) Lafayette was able to right the ship in the second half and earn their first victory of the season.
This was not how Penn envisioned this game going obviously. Lafayette should have been a very winnable game, but the number of turnovers needs to be reduced for that to happen. Penn now sits at 2-4 and things will not be getting any easier. The Quakers take on Villanova at the Pavilion, fresh off their upset victory over #2 Kansas.
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