The freshman Ivey had a season-high four blocks for the Boilermakers (16-8, 11-6 Big Ten), who won their ninth of the last 12 and tied No. 9 Iowa for fourth place in the Big Ten standings.
Purdue pulled away to a 41-26 lead at halftime with four runs of at least seven straight points and went on a 15-2 run in the second half to push the lead into double digits for good.
It was the Boilermakers’ largest margin of victory at Penn State since a 64-42 win on Jan. 23, 2008. Trevion Williams had 11 points and Eric Hunter Jr. 10 as the Boilermakers made 27 of 52 shots from the field.
Penn State opened the second half on an 8-2 run to get the deficit within nine and made its first five shot attempts of the half but missed the next eight.
Purdue finishes its season hosting No. 23 Wisconsin on Tuesday and Indiana on Saturday. Penn State hosts Minnesota on Wednesday and visits Maryland on Sunday.
No. 15 USC shakes off slow start to rout Arizona State
— Drew Peterson scored 16 points and No. 15 Southern California shook off a slow start to defeat Arizona State 78-56 on Monday night.
Samford Bulldogs take on the Mercer Bears on 4-game skid
Mercer Bears (12-8, 5-2 SoCon) at Samford Bulldogs (11-8, 1-6 SoCon)
Tulsa faces Tulane, aims to end road skid
Tulsa Golden Hurricane (6-11, 0-6 AAC) at Tulane Green Wave (7-9, 4-3 AAC)