HANOVER, N.H. — Six Dartmouth players scored in double figures as the Big Green set school records for points and field goals made (50) in a 121-56 victory over Division III Pine Manor (9-8) on Saturday afternoon at Leede Arena. The 65-point margin of victory is the third largest in program history, but the biggest in over 90 years.

Evan Boudreaux matched a season high with 25 points — in just 14 minutes — while hitting 11-of-14 from the floor to lead Dartmouth (6-9) as the team shot 63.3 percent overall for the game.

The Big Green took advantage of their size all afternoon, dwarfing the Gators’ rebounding total with 59 caroms to just 17 for the visitors while recording 10 dunks in the game, four alone by junior Wesley Dickinson who posted a career-high 14 points while not missing a shot (six field goals, two free throws). Senior Connor Boehm was one rebound shy of a double-double despite playing just 13 minutes, tallying 12 points to go with a team-high nine rebounds. The unrelated Smiths, sophomore Cameron and freshman Guilien, each had 11 points, and senior Brandon McDonnell chipped in 10.

Pine Manor had its long-range stroke going for it in the first half with seven three-pointers. But the shots would not fall after the intermission as the Dartmouth defense held the Gators to just 6-of-31 (.194) field goals in the second stanza as they missed all 12 attempts from distance. Even their free throws were off the mark at 9-of-20 (.450) over the final 20 minutes.

Dartmouth never trailed in the game, though Pine Manor did tie the game up twice in the early going. After Ellis Reid hit consecutive layups to even the score at 10, the Big Green rattled off 16 straight points which included four layups, a dunk by sophomore Miles Wright and a three-pointer by Cameron Smith to cap the spurt.

Chancie Williams, who had 10 points for the Gators, ended the run with his second of two three-pointers, only to have senior Kevin Crescenzi answer right back from downtown. But when Rasheed Bell drained a triple and Erick Rosario stole the ball allowing him to cruise in for an easy layup, Big Green head coach Paul Cormier called time with Dartmouth up by 12 at 31-19, to remind them not to coast with a big lead.

Pine Manor stretched its run to seven points on a layup by leading scorer Taverick Roberson, who had 11 points in the game, but McDonnell slammed home a two-hand dunk to get Dartmouth back on course. The remainder of the half featured dunks Boudreaux (two) and Dickinson, while the Gators tried to keep pace with three more trifectas. But by the time halftime arrived, the Green sported a 58-35 advantage.

The second half was all Dartmouth. Barely two minutes into the stanza, the lead reached 30 on a breakway dunk by Cameron Smith after he stole an inbounds pass out of a Pine Manor timeout. McDonnell boosted the difference to 40 on a jumper in the lane during a 10-point run, and a Dickinson dunk followed by a layup not only extended the lead to 50, but also gave the Big Green 100 points with eight minutes still to play.

Senior Matt Rennie scored the next seven Dartmouth points — the last three starting a 13-point run — before freshman Michael Stones got into the act with a left-handed floater in the lane. Baskets by Dickinson and junior center Cole Harrison (who collected eight points and eight rebounds in 12 minutes) preceded another Dickinson dunk to expand the Gators’ deficit to 61 points, and Dickinson put the exclamation point on the record-setting performance with a reverse jam.

Dartmouth finished the day 50-of-79 (.633) from the floor but just 5-of-18 (.278) from behind the arc while converting 16-of-19 (a season-best .842) at the foul line. Pine Manor, on the other hand, hit 19-of-59 (.322) field goals and 7-of-27 (.259) three-pointers — 7-of-15 in the opening half — to go with 11-of-24 (.458) free throws.

All that remains on the Big Green schedule are Ivy League contests as Dartmouth (6-9, 0-1 Ivy) plays host again next Saturday against Harvard (9-8, 1-0 Ivy) at 7 p.m. The Crimson outlasted the Green in Cambridge a week ago, 77-70, as Dartmouth will try to gain a season split with its conference travel partner. The game will be streamed live via Big Green Insider on the Ivy League Digital Network with Jay Burnham calling all of the action.

Notes: Dartmouth has shot at least 60 percent in a game just six times over the last 20 seasons, the last time against Longwood (.653) on Dec. 21, 2013 … the Big Green dished out 29 assists on their 50 field goals, but no player had more than four (Boehm, C. Smith, Wright) … the last time Dartmouth scored 100 points was in the season opener of the 2013-14 campaign in a 106-61 victory over Lyndon State … the only two games in Big Green history with a larger margin of victory was a 78-point win over Rensselaer in 1906 (88-10) and a 67-point triumph over Norwich in 1923 (76-9).