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Sears has 12 and 12, Cotton 10 and 11 to lead Yale to 62-51 win over Cornell.

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NEW HAVEN, Connecticut — Justin Sears and Armani Cotton had double-doubles and Javier Duren was two rebounds shy of joining them on Friday in Yale's 62-51 win over Cornell.

Sears had 12 points and 12 rebounds and Cotton had 10 points and 11 rebounds for the Bulldogs (19-7, 8-1 Ivy League). Duren had 13 points and four assists.

Yale, tied for the league lead with Harvard, matched last season's 8-1 start and can match the best start in school history with a win over Columbia on Saturday. The Bulldogs were 9-1 in 2001-02, also the last time they won 20 games.

Galal Cancer had 19 points and Devin Cherry 17 for the Big Red (12-13, 3-4).

Yale, which led 25-18 at the half, outrebounded Cornell 46-26, with 16 coming on the offensive end.

The Bulldogs kept the lead around 15 points most of the second half but made just 13 of 23 free throws after the break.

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