Princeton 60, Haverford 33
PRINCETON, N.J. (AP)—Judson Wallace had 13 points and eight rebounds and Princeton never trailed in taking a 60-33 victory over Division III Haverford Monday night.
Princeton (9-5), playing its first game in 19 days after its exam break, ran its record to 10-0 against the Fords(6-9).
It was the fewest points allowed by Princeton since Western Maryland scored 24 in January 2002.
Andre Logan had 11 points and four assists for Princeton in his best game since returning from knee surgery in December. Mike Stephens had four steals for Princeton, which forced 18 turnovers.
Mike Kelly led Haverford with seven points and three assists.
Princeton allowed Haverford to stay relatively close by shooting 2-for-11 on 3-pointers in the first half. Holding a 27-14 lead at intermission, the Tigers got six points from Wallace in an 11-4 run that opened a 20-point advantage.