HANOVER, N.H. -- Freshman Cam Lee scored the biggest goal of his young career, netting the game winner against No. 9 Princeton on Saturday at Scully-Fahey Field as the Big Green scored a 10-9 triumph in Ivy League action.

Dartmouth (3-8, 1-3 Ivy League) picked up its first win against a ranked opponent since Feb. 25 of last season, while Princeton (7-4, 2-2 Ivy League) dropped its second consecutive game in Hanover.

The Green and White became the first team in 2013 to hold the potent Tigers attack to less than 10 goals as senior Bernie Susskind (3-8) turned aside 10 shots to pick up his first career Ivy League victory.

The Big Green twice battled back from three-goal deficits and took their first lead of the game with 4:40 remaining in the contest as Lee converted a pass from classmate KC Beard for a man-up marker.

Princeton opened the game scoring three unanswered goals before junior Mike Olentine put Dartmouth on the board with his fifth goal of the season. Olentine went on to became the fourth member of the Big Green to net a hat trick this year.

The bulk of the scoring was done in the second quarter as the Ivy foes combined to score eight goals, while the Tigers went into the half holding a 7-5 advantage.

During the final 30 minutes, Susskind and the Big Green defense held Tom Schreiber and the Tigers' attack at bay. Princeton’s Jeff Frocarro was held scoreless for the first time in 23 games. The Tigers, who have averaged 12.50 goals per game, failed to reach double figured for the first time since last season’s NCAA tournament.

In the second half, Dartmouth outscored Princeton 5-2 thanks to a three-goal surge in the fourth quarter started by sophomore Adam Fishman and capped by Lee.

Phil Hession had a strong game on both ends of the field for the Big Green, tallying his fourth goal of the season and playing stout defense.

Offensively, Olentine paced the Dartmouth attack as eight different players scored. Senior’s Chris Costabile and Nikki Dysenchuk along with junior’s Brendan Rotanz and Eric Clemmenson netted goals. Clemmenson’s was the first of his career as he raced end-to-end for the marker. Susskind picked up his first career assist, making the pass that started Clemmenson’s run.