Sophomore Gustav Suhr-Jessen had a double-double of 16 points and 14 rebounds to help the Saint Anselm College men’s basketball team past Franklin Pierce 83-66 on Sunday in Rindge. The Hawks improved to 10-0 overall, 6-0 in the Northeast-10 Conference.

For Saint Anselm, Chris Paul scored 22 points, with 11 rebounds, and Tim Guers added 21 points, nine rebounds and seven assists. Londonderry’s Cody Ball contributed 11 points and six rebounds.

Doyin Fadojutimi led FPU (5-7, 2-5) with 18 points. The loss was FPU’s first to Saint Anselm in Rindge since 2009.

Sistare, Dartmouth top UNH, 76-68

Dublin’s Ian Sistare scored a career-high 21 points to lead the Dartmouth men’s basketball team past UNH 76-68 before a crowd of 963 on Sunday at Leede Arena in Hanover.

Dartmouth improved to 9-6 overall. The Wildcats, who have lost 10 straight, dropped to 2-11.

The Big Green trailed 49-41 with 13:40 to play before rallying. They converted seven of eight free throw attempts in the final minute to coast home. Sistare, one of two Granite Staters on the Dartmouth roster, was 12 of 14 from the line.

Chris Knight added 17 points for Dartmouth.

David Watkins scored 24 points and pulled down 11 rebounds for UNH. Jordan Reed added 13 points.

Keene State men roll, 83-72

Ty Nichols scored 24 points to lead the Keene State College men’s basketball team past Delaware Valley University 83-72 on Sunday in Lancaster, Pa.

James Anozie chipped in 16 points while Miguel Prieto added 13 points fo KSC, which improved to 6-4 overall.

Women's basketball

NYTI 69, SNHU 63

Kylie Lorenzen scored a team-high 19 points, including 11 during a fourth-quarter comeback, but the Southern New Hampshire University women’s basketball team fell to New York Institute of Technology 69-63 on Sunday in Old Westbury, N.Y.

Molly Terry added 14 points for SNHU, which dropped to 8-5 overall.

Men's hockey

Providence 5, Dartmouth 3

No. 10 Providence College scored four goals in a 3:46 span in the second period -- two by Scott Conway -- and defeated Dartmouth 5-3 in the championship game of the Ledyard Classic on Sunday night at Thompson Arena in Hanover.

Goals by Connor Yau and Alex Jasiek gave the Big Green (5-7-1) a 2-1 lead after one period. Will Graber also scored for Dartmouth, with 1:27 remaining in the game.

Dartmouth netminder Adrian Clark made 22 saves, to 30 stops for Friars goalie Hayden Hawkey.