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College basketball roundup

Roundup: Penn, Yale keep pace in Ivy race

Zack Rosen scored 16 of his 27 points in the final 6:50 to lead Penn over Dartmouth, 57-54, last night in Hanover, N.H.

The Quakers (16-11, 8-2 Ivy) remain 1 1/2 games behind Harvard - just one in the loss column - and face the Crimson tonight in Boston.

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Dartmouth (5-22, 1-10) closed within a point three times in the final 1:13, but Rosen responded each time.

Rosen sank a jumper with 40 seconds left, two free throws at the 0:24 mark, and two more for the game’s final points with 10 seconds remaining.

Penn, which has won its last four, beat Dartmouth, 58-55, Feb. 11 on a 3-pointer by Rosen with three seconds left.

Yale 75, Columbia 67 - Greg Mangano scored 22 points and Reggie Willhite added 20 as the Bulldogs held off the Lions (14-13, 3-8 Ivy) in New Haven.

Austin Morgan added 14 points, including six free throws in the final 1:56, as the Bulldogs (18-7, 8-3) remain two games behind Harvard and a half-game behind Penn in the conference race.

Cornell 69, Brown 63 - The Big Red (11-14, 6-5 Ivy) beat the host Bears (7-21, 1-10) on the back of Chris Wroblewski’s 24 points and 11 rebounds.

Marquette 61, West Virginia 60 - With leading scorer Darius Johnson-Odom among three starters benched for the first half for disciplinary reasons, the No. 10 Golden Eagles (24-5, 13-3 Big East) survived the Mountaineers (17-12, 7-9) behind 26 points from Jae Crowder.

West Virginia had a chance to win it, but Darryl “Truck’’ Bryant missed a wild, off-balance shot from the baseline with two seconds left.

Women

Baylor 76, Kansas 45 - Brittney Griner scored 20 points and the top-ranked Bears (29-0, 16-0 Big 12) stifled the host Jayhawks (18-10, 7-9).

Duke 74, Miami 64 - In Durham, N.C., Elizabeth Williams scored 19 points and the No. 7 Blue Devils (23-4, 4-1) clinched the top seed in the ACC tournament, snapping the 13-game win streak of the fifth-ranked Hurricanes (24-4, 13-2).

Maryland 84, North Carolina 64 - Alyssa Thomas had 20 points and 14 boards as the No. 6 Terrapins (24-4, 11-4) beat the visiting Tar Heels (19-9, 9-6).

Princeton 74, Harvard 44 - Lauren Edwards had 17 points and eight rebounds as the visiting Crimson (13-11, 6-4 Ivy) lost to the Tigers (20-4, 10-0).

Dartmouth 63, Penn 49 - Freshman Milica Toskovic’s career-high of 17 points wasn’t enough to boost the visiting Big Green (4-20, 2-8 Ivy) past the Quakers (11-13, 4-6).

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