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Dartmouth entered the game with an Ivy-League leading 5-1 record. The Big Green opened the season with a win at Buffalo, which snapped the Bulls 26-game home win streak.
The Falcons raced out to a 7-0 lead, and led by as many as 19 points in the first half. Dartmouth never held a lead in the contest. Bowling Green led for 39:40 of the game's 40 minutes.
• Bowling Green moved to 3-0 versus Dartmouth all-time. The Falcons have also earned wins over the Big Green in 1952 and 1968.
• The Falcons are now 8-5 versus Ivy League schools all-time. Prior to the game, Bowling Green last faced an Ivy League school during the 1985-86 season.
• Dating back to last season, the Falcons are 21-4 in their last 25 games in the Stroh Center. Bowling Green has won four-consecutive home games.
• BGSU improved to 38-22 under head coach Michael Huger in non-conference ballgames.
• Since 2007-08, Michael Huger has racked up a record of 104-55 in non-conference games as a coach. That record includes his time as BGSU's head coach, as well as his assistant stops at both the University of Miami (2011-15) and George Mason (2007-11).
• BGSU inched to 23-13 in the Michael Huger Era during the month of November.
• Bowling Green won the battle on the glass by a 38-30 margin. The Falcons have out-rebounded their opponent in 5-of-8 games in 2019-20.
• The Falcons registered 12 assists, marking the seventh time in eight games that BGSU has finished a contest with double-digit assists. BGSU only had nine turnovers, marking the fourth time this season with single-digit turnovers. BGSU has had more assists than turnovers in 6-of-8 games. Bowling Green has only had more turnovers than assists once (14 assists & 16 turnovers vs. Tiffin). BGSU had eight assists and eight turnovers versus Nevada.
• Bowling Green went 11-for-24 (45.8 percent) from three-point territory. The Falcons have made double-digit triples in 4-of-8 games in 2019-20.
• BGSU did not allow a single second-chance point. The Falcons had six second-chance points themselves. BGSU also had more points off turnovers (9-7) and fast-break points (10-9).
• Along with setting career highs with 30 points and six made triples, senior guard Dylan Frye made a career-high 11 field goals. His previous career high was set in BGSU's historic win over No. 18 Buffalo on Feb. 1, 2019. On the night, Frye finished with 25 points on 10-of-16 shooting.
• Frye moved past Falcon legend Keith McLeod (1998-2002 | 199) on the Bowling Green all-time triples list. With his 203 three-pointers, Frye is 26 makes shy of breaking John Reimold's (2002-05 | 228) record.
• Frye went over 1,200-career points on the afternoon. The senior has scored 1,208 points in 105 games across his career. He currently ranks tied for 28th on the all-time scoring list with Ron Hammye (1974-78).
• Junior forward Trey Diggs set career highs in points (17), rebounds (7), and field goal makes (6-of-12). Diggs tied a career high with four three-pointers, as he went 4-for-8 from deep. Diggs also made four treys in a win over Jacksonville on Nov. 11, 2019.
• Senior forward Marlon Sierra tied his career high with 11 points. Sierra also had 11 points in Bowling Green's win over Jacksonville on Nov. 11, 2019. The native of Miami finished with six rebounds in today's win, as well.
• Junior forward Daeqweon Plowden – who also had eight points – registered a game-high 12 rebounds. The 12 rebounds tied a season high, and fell one board short of tying his career high. Plowden had 13 rebounds at Detroit Mercy last season on Nov. 20, 2018. The 12 rebounds marked the fourth game in Plowden's career with double-digit rebounds.