HANOVER, N.H. (AP) -- Mike Lang had a career-high 25 points to
lead Dartmouth to a 69-67 win over New Hampshire Saturday.
Lang broke a 66-66 tie on a jumper with 1:16 to go, giving the
Big Green a 68-66 lead the Wildcats couldn't overcome.
Blagoj Janev led three New Hampshire (4-4) players in double
digits with 18.
Dartmouth (3-3) fouled the Wildcats' Jermaine Anderson after
Lang's jumper, and Anderson hit one of two free throws to make it
68-67 with 54 seconds left. A Big Green turnover gave New Hampshire
a chance at the lead, but Brandon Odom missed a 3-pointer with 9
Calvin Arnold grabbed the rebound for Dartmouth, then made the
first of two free throws five seconds later. Odom missed a final
3-point try for the Wildcats at the buzzer.
Dartmouth shot 45.9 percent from the floor and 45 percent from
the three-point line. New Hampshire hit 49.1 percent and 31.5
percent from the outside. The Big Green outrebounded the Wildcats