Penn State Pulls Away from Iowa

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Penn State Pulls Away from Iowa


The, St Louis Post-Dispatch (MO)


John Amaechi scored 16 points despite not taking a shot for the game's first 14 1/2 minutes and Penn State beat Iowa 74-64 in State College, Pa.

Iowa (13-8, 3-6 Big Ten) had cut a nine-point Penn State lead to 45-43 with 12 1/2 minutes remaining before the Nittany Lions took control.

Amaechi, who also had five blocks and 10 rebounds, and Rahsaan Carlton started a 13-0 Penn State run with back-to-back dunks. Dan Earl hit a 3-pointer and Amaechi added another slam as Penn State (13-5, 4-4) built a 58-43 lead.

Earl scored 16 points and Glenn Sekunda added 14 for the Nittany Lions. Andre Woolridge led Iowa with 20 points, including three 3-pointers.

In the first half, Iowa's physical zone defense shut down Amaechi, even though the Hawkeyes played much of the time without a man taller than 6-7.

Amaechi attempted his first shot with 5 1/2 minutes left in the half when he made a 10-foot jumper to tie the game at 25.

Pete Lisicky and Earl made up for Amaechi's lack of scoring with their outside shooting. Earl hit three 3-pointers and Lisicky also made three, including two in a row during a 9-0 Nittany Lion run that gave Penn State a 34-25 lead.

Indiana 88, Northwestern 67: Alan Henderson scored 17 of his 20 points in the second half and visiting Indiana rallied after losing a big early lead to defeat Northwestern. …

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