The Gopher basketball team's road problems continued as they fell to Penn State (7-5, 1-0 Big Ten)…
Gopher basketball team edges Princeton 57-53
Minnesota took a 9-7 lead at the 14:11 mark and never trailed the rest of the half. The Gophers went up 25-17 on two Kris Humphries free throws with 25 seconds left in the half, but Andre Logan made a running layup as time expired to make the halftime score 25-19.
Kris Humphries led Minnesota with 21 points and eight rebounds. He topped the 20-point mark for the eighth straight game. Adam Boone was the only other Golden Gopher in double figures with 10 points, all of which came in the second half.
Both teams shot 46% from the field. Minnesota was 15-20 from the free throw line, while the Tigers were just 4- 7. The Golden Gophers dominated the boards, posting a 32-18 advantage.
Andre Logan had a team high of 16 points for the Tigers, while Judson Wallace added 13.
Minnesota hosts Iowa on Tuesday night at 6 pm at Williams Arena on a ESPN televised game.
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