– Dartmouth led Yale by 10 points in the second half of the first meeting of the teams in New Haven but never led in the rematch.
– The teams combined for 40 turnovers (20 apiece) to just 16 assists (Yale 9, Dartmouth 7).
– For as much as Dartmouth struggled from the field, the Big Green was 14-for-17 (82.4 percent) from the line. That’s a season best.
– Yale’s Alex Zampier came into the game needing one steal to set the single-season school record. He finished the game still needing one steal.
– The Bulldogs ratcheted up the defense after allowing 81.5 points per game in last weekend’s contests against Princeton and Penn.
– Robby Pride was the only Dartmouth player in double figures with 13 points in 29 minutes. He also had seven rebounds.
– The game was the sixth in a row played in Leede Arena between Yale and Dartmouth to be decided by 10 points or less.
– Yale has won 17 of the past 20 meetings with Dartmouth.
– In an effort to get the Big Green going, interim coach Mark Graupe gave athletic reserve forward Mbiyimoh Ghogomu 22 minutes, one off his season-high, before he fouled out. He scored one point and had four turnovers.
– Only Clive Weeden played 30 or more minutes for Dartmouth (33) while Zampier (35), Sands and Porter Braswell (33 each) topped that mark for the Bulldogs.
– Dartmouth is now 0-16 when trailing at the half and 1-18 when being outrebounded.
– Yale had a 41-37 rebounding edge. The Bulldogs are 0-10 when they are outrebounded.