STANFORD -- Rosco Allen scored 17 points, Reid Travis added 14 points and Stanford returned from a two-week break to beat Dartmouth 64-50 Saturday night.
Marcus Allen added 12 points for the Cardinal (4-3), who have won two in a row since a three-game slide.
Connor Boehm scored 11 points to lead the Big Green (3-4), who had won three of their previous four games.
Miles Wright hit a 3-pointer to pull Dartmouth within 55-47 with 5:40 remaining to play, though the Big Green would get no closer and did not score again until Ike Ngwudo hit a 3-pointer with nine seconds left for the final margin.
The Cardinal never trailed, opening a double-digit advantage less than eight minutes into the game.
Grant Verhoeven hit a pair of free throws late in the first half to give Stanford a 37-24 lead at halftime.
The game featured a rematch of the 1942 NCAA title game, in which Stanford won its only national title in men's basketball.
Dartmouth: The Big Green fell to 3-21 against schools from the Pac-12. One of those victories came against the Cardinal, a 48-47 victory during the 1938-39 season. Dartmouth last beat a Pac-12 team in 1971, 92-82 over Oregon. The Big Green also beat USC in 1955.
Stanford: The Cardinal opened a seven-game home stand with their win over Dartmouth, a span that will extend into January and the beginning of the conference season. Included is a visit from NAIA Carroll College, which is currently undefeated in Frontier Conference play and 7-2 overall. The Fighting Saints have lost three exhibition games to Division I schools this year, including California.
Dartmouth plays at Cal State Bakersfield on Monday night.
Stanford hosts DePaul on Tuesday night.