– Jeremy Lin (19 points) and Keith Wright (13) joined Casey in double figures. Wright was 6-for-9 from the field.
– Dartmouth got 15 points from Ronnie Dixon, 13 from Robby Pride and 12 from Jabari Trotter.
– Dartmouth shot 40.4 percent from the field while Harvard was at 39.0 percent. The Big Green had been 4-0 when shooting above 40 percent this year.
– Harvard was just 2-for-17 from outside the arc and 14-of-26 from the foul line in its first game since walloping Dartmouth 76-47 on Jan. 9.
– After Christian Webster opened the night’s scoring for Harvard, Dartmouth ran off the next 13 points.
– A Kyle Casey dunk at 9:31 of the first half triggered an 18-2 run that gave the Crimson a 28-22 lead heading into the final minute of the half.
– After a Trotter 3-pointer and Pride layup got the Big Green back within one, Casey knocked down a 3-pointer from the left baseline at the buzzer on a feed from Lin to make it 31-27 at the break.
– With the win Harvard has recorded the first sweep in the travel-partner series since 2005-06. The teams had split the last three years.
– Dartmouth has won four of the last six meetings between the teams at Leede Arena.
– Harvard has won six consecutive games, its best streak since the 1996-97 team also won six in a row. That team finished 17-9 overall and 10-4 in the Ivy League.
– The game drew 1,555, the season-high for a Dartmouth home game.
– Harvard returns to action Friday at Columbia. Dartmouth will be at Cornell that night.