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Women's College Basketball: Penn women move back into first in the Ivy League

Kathleen Roche tied a school record with seven threes as Penn beat Yale, 62-48, Saturday to move back into first place in the Ivy League. The Quakers (19-6, 9-2 Ivy) are tied with Princeton atop the standings. The Tigers (18-7, 9-2) lost to Brown, 61-58.

Haverford 66, Johns Hopkins 56 - The host Fords (23-3) won the Centennial Conference championship for the first time in program history as Nina Voith (Germantown Friends) was named MVP.

Cabrini 88, Immaculata 59 - Brittany Sandone (Souderton) scored a game-high 19 points as the Cavaliers (23-4) won their second straight CSAC championship with a win over the Mighty Macs (19-9).

La Salle 55, St. Bonaventure 49 - The Explorers (14-14, 9-7 Atlantic Ten) fought off the visiting Bonnies (22-9, 11-5).

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  • Holy Family 71, Felician 50 - The Tigers (18-9) are headed back to the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference semifinals after the win over the Golden Falcons. Erin Fenningham (St. Basil) led all scorers with 17 points.

    Temple 64, UCF 54 - The Owls earned the road AAC win to up their record to 13-15, 7-10. The Knights are 10-18, 3-14. Monaye Merritt (Friends' Central) scored 12 points.

    Caldwell 70 University of the Sciences 65 - Brianne Traub scored 34 points as the Devils (18-9) fell to the host Cougars (17-10) in the quarterfinals of the CACC tournament.

    Messiah 53, Lebanon Valley 47 - The Falcons (20-7) outlasted the Dutchmen (21-6) for the Commonwealth Conference crown in Annville, Pa., and an automatic bid to the Division III tournament.

    Villanova 57, Xavier 55 - Devon Kane (Notre Dame Academy) led the Wildcats (21-7, 11-6 Big East) with 16 points in the victory over the host Musketeers (8-21, 3-14).

    Penn State 77, Michigan 62 - The No. 8 Nittany Lions beat the visiting Wolverines to clinch a share of the Big Ten title. Maggie Lucas (Germantown Academy) scored 16 points for Penn State (22-6, 13-3).


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