The Penn Quakers (12-7) finally got to take on Cornell (5-14) after the weather forced a reschedule.
In what was a very entertaining tilt, Penn. suffered through seven ties and three lead changes and gutted out a character-building victory on Sunday afternoon.
Devon Goodman picked you 18 points to lead the Quakers and was aided by Max Martz and Jordan Dingle who each added 17 to the cause.
Cornell came in riding a four-game victory string and forced a seventh tie at 67-67.
Showing the Philadelphia grit, Penn went on a four-point run and never looked back.
Cornell was buoyed by balanced scoring with Josh Warren nailing 23 and Jimmy Boeheim along with Terence McBride each contributing 13.