PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Despite nine kills on a .348 hitting percentage from sophomore Lucia Pohlman, the Dartmouth volleyball team was swept by Brown Friday night in Providence (25-15, 25-19, 25-16). The defeat marks the second sweep of the season for the Bears over the Big Green. With the loss, Dartmouth drops to 2-21 overall and 1-12 in the Ivy League, while Brown improves to 7-16 overall and 3-10 in the conference.

The home team set the tone early, jumping out to a 13-3 lead in the first set, eventually taking the frame by a 10-point margin, 25-15.

In set two, Dartmouth led, 5-3 before the Bears again took over with an 11-3 run for a 14-8 advantage. The Big Green would fight back to within a point, 17-16 before Brown closed out with an 8-3 run, taking the set, 25-19.

In the final frame, the Big Green gave it their all and pulled within two points midway through, 18-16. But the Bears put the match away with an unstoppable 7-0 run, taking the set, 25-16.

In addition to Pohlman's numbers, sophomore Alex Schoenberger posted a 10-kill effort, and freshman Kayden Cook added 14 assists. Rookie Paige Caridi had nine digs for the match.

Dartmouth will play its final match of the season Saturday night, facing Ivy-leader Yale on the road in New Haven, Conn. Match time is 5 p.m.