BOSTON (AP) -- Matt Stehle scored a career high 25 points and
Harvard held off a determined late second-half run by Dartmouth to
claim a 76-74 win in the Ivy League opener for both schools Sunday.
But Kevin Rogus was fouled on Harvard's next trip downcourt and
made the second of two free throws to give Harvard their final
Steve Callahan's 3-point short at the buzzer fell short as
Dartmouth dropped its record on the road to 0-6.
Lang paced Dartmouth with 24 points while David Gardner and
Callahan each scored 17 points.
It was the sixth consecutive victory at home for Harvard over
The Crimson were out-rebounded 32-27 but only turned the ball
over four times in the second half after 10 turnovers in the first
Stehle scored 12 points in the first half, but Harvard was
outscored 21-5 off the bench and trailed at halftime 35-32.