Overmatched Stockton fell to the Quakers 112-63 on Saturday at The Palestra. A Division III school from New Jersey, the Ospreys were down 10 after the first five minutes, and trailed 60-33 at half. The Penn defense was stifling in the first half, holding Stockton to 31.4 percent shooting on field goals (11-35).
The second half was more of the same. The Red & Blue outscored the Ospreys 52-30 on their way to the fourth-most points in school history, and the most in almost 25 years.
Junior guard Devon Goodman led the Quakers with 16 points, his fifth straight game as the team’s top scorer. Senior guard Antonio Woods added 14 points. Freshman guard Bryce Washington chipped in 11. Freshman forward Michael Wang had 13 points and seven rebounds. Junior forward A.J. Brodeur collected his 11th career double-double with 11 points, 11 rebounds, and five assists. Senior guard Jake Silpe contributed nine points, five rebounds, and a team-high six assists.
Penn shot 56.8 percent from the field (42-74) and 44.1 percent from behind the arc (15-34). Nine different players drained a three-pointer.
The Quakers went hard and got 52 points in the paint, 54 points from the bench, and 29 fast break points. Penn only had nine turnovers to Stockton’s 17.
Headed into Tuesday night’s game against Delaware State, the Quakers are 5-2.