Published December 22, 2012
SMITHFIELD, R.I. – Frankie Dobbs scored 19 points and Bryant used a strong second half to beat struggling Dartmouth 79-66 on Saturday.
Corey Maynard finished with 15 points for the Bulldogs (6-4). Alex Francis pitched in with 13 points, Dyami Starks had 12 and Joe O'Shea added 10. Dobbs also had seven assists.
With the score tied at 31-all, Bryant went on a 13-0 run that was capped by Shane McLaughlin's three-point play with 12:46 left in the game. Dobbs and Francis each scored four points during the spurt.
Maynard made a layup with 8:20 remaining to give the Bulldogs a 58-38 lead — their largest of the game. In the second half, Bryant shot 73.9 percent (17 of 23) from the floor and made 19 of its 20 free throws.
Connor Boehm scored 24 points and grabbed nine rebounds for the Big Green (2-8), who have lost five straight games.