The Bears (3-2, 1-0 Ivy League) scored all their points in the second half after the Tigers (1-4, 0-1) took a 13-0 first-half lead but lost quarterback Tommy Wornham with an upper-body injury.
Wornham, whose 1-yard run put the Tigers up 7-0, was hit hard later in the first quarter and left the game for good after Princeton's next possession.
Patrick Jacob kicked field goals of 37 and 42 yards for Princeton. Andrew Dixon got most of the work at quarterback for the Tigers, finishing 7-for-18 for 83 yards.
Mark Kachmer's 2-yard third-quarter run gave Brown its first touchdown. Alexan Norocea added a 38-yard field goal with 2:21 left.
Tronti Zachary carried 19 times for 86 yards and Kachmer 17 times for 61 yards for Brown.
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Baylor University outlines an external review it has commissioned to investigate how the school handled sexual assault cases.
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