Monday, July 14, 2014
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Denzel's son scores in college

Penn freshman Malcolm Washington sinks his first basket. Gets a couple of steals, too.

Denzel's son scores in college

Penn guard Malcolm Washington watches from the bench during the first half. (Elizabeth Robertson/Staff Photographer)
Penn guard Malcolm Washington watches from the bench during the first half. (Elizabeth Robertson/Staff Photographer) Elizabeth Robertson/Staff Photographer

Congrats are in order to Penn freshman Malcolm Washington, who got two steals and sank a layup Monday night in his first college game. The Quakers nonetheless fell hard to Villanova, 103-65.

Washington, a 5-foot-9 backup guard, was a high school standout at Los Angeles Windward.

Michael Klein Philly.com
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