HANOVER, N.H. (AP) -- Devin Brown scored 18 points, 16 in the final 7:04, as Holy Cross rallied in the second half for a 65-61 victory over Dartmouth Saturday in nonconference action.
The Crusaders (6-7) trailed for the first 33 minutes and by as many as 15 points in the first half. Down 37-28 at halftime, Holy Cross held Dartmouth (3-11) to 24 points in the second half.
The Big Green got off to a quick start, hitting 9 of their first 13 shots to take a 22-7 lead. Jabari Trotter led Dartmouth with 15 points. But in the second half, Brown took over.
With Holy Cross holding a one-point lead, 53-52, with 4 minutes left, Brown went on a one-man run. He scored all 10 Crusaders points in a decisive 10-3 spurt.
Dartmouth suffered its fourth straight loss. Dave Dudzinski had 14 points and eight boards for Holy Cross.