– Seldom-used Alek Blankenau took advantage of some minute off the bench to lead Harvard with 14 points on 4-for-8 shooting from three, while Kyle Fitzgerald had 10 in a reserve role, as no Crimson starter scored more than seven points.
– Mark McAndrew again was the top scorer for Brown with 14, while Williams chipped in with 13.
– The Bears punished Crimson mistakes, forcing their guests into 16 turnovers against just 11 of their own and outscoring them 19-4 in points off turnovers.
– Harvard got the better of the battle of the boards, rebounding at 38.5 percent offensively, while holding Brown to just 12.0 percent at its end. Yet the visitors outscored their hosts by just an 11-5 margin on these second chances.
– The Bears had a giant edge at the line, where they were 17 of 24 (70.8 percent), while the Crimson perfect on its mere eight attempts from the stripe.
– Harvard will host league leader Cornell on Friday, February 15, while Brown heads down to face former coach Glen Miller’s Penn team that night, with both games scheduled to tip off at 7:00 pm ET.