BOSTON -- Bryce Aiken had 22 points as Harvard topped Princeton 66-58 on Saturday night.
Myles Stephens tied a season high with 21 points and had six rebounds for the Tigers (16-9, 8-4), whose four-game win streak came to end. Richmond Aririguzoh added 12 points. Ryan Schwieger had 10 points.
The Crimson improved to 2-0 against the Tigers for the season. Harvard defeated Princeton 78-69 on Feb. 15.
Harvard plays Cornell on the road on Friday. Princeton faces Brown at home on Friday.
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