POINT LOOKOUT, Mo. —
William Penn owned a 43.6 percent to 39.4 perentshooting edge, but had to overcome four fewer rebounds (60-56), including 10 less on the offensive glass (27-17). The Statesmen also committed four more turnovers (18-14), but all was accounted for with 14 more successful free tosses (39-25).
The game featured 10 top-five single-game performances, including most combined points (234). Madison’s 38 points were the most so far this tourney and were also the most in William Penn nationals’ history. Schwab’s 17 free throws were the third-most all-time and his 19 tries were the fourth-most ever.