PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- Brandon Anderson scored a season-high 21 points that included seven free throws in the final minute to help Brown hold off Dartmouth 68-65 on Saturday.
James Foye hit a 3-pointer to pull Dartmouth to 60-59 with 1:14 remaining. Anderson scored five of Brown's next six points at the line and the Bears led 66-59 with 16 seconds left. Foye made consecutive 3s between a pair of Anderson free throws to end it.
Brown (17-9, 5-5 Ivy League) has won three straight. Dartmouth (11-15, 2-8) has lost eight of its last nine.
The Bears improve to 2-0 against the Big Green on the season. Brown defeated Dartmouth 60-58 on Feb. 1. Brown plays Columbia at home on Friday. Dartmouth takes on Princeton at home on Friday.
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