Jordan Dingle had 19 of his 21 points in the second half as Penn topped Long Beach State 95-79 in the Wooden Legacy on Sunday.
The game was tied at 43 at halftime but the Quakers shot 56% in the second half, going 8 of 18 from 3-point range. Six different players hit from behind the arc with Dingle connecting three times.
Dingle opened the second half with a 3, added a layup to cap a 7-0 run and Penn turned that into a 13-4 run to lead 56-47 five minutes in. Three-pointers helped the Quakers work the lead as high as 15 and then a 13-2 run broke the game open. Dingles dunk made it 87-66 with 4:22 to play.
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