BERKELEY, Calif. — Freshman Allen Crabbe scored 17 points on a career-high five 3-pointers, Harper Kamp had 19 points and nine rebounds and California beat Hartford 74-56 on Tuesday night to give coach Mike Montgomery his 600th career victory.

BERKELEY, Calif. — Freshman Allen Crabbe scored 17 points on a career-high five 3-pointers, Harper Kamp had 19 points and nine rebounds and California beat Hartford 74-56 on Tuesday night to give coach Mike Montgomery his 600th career victory.

Richard Solomon added 10 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks for the Golden Bears (7-5), who led by 25 in the first meeting between the schools.

Montgomery, in his third season at Cal, became the seventh active coach in Division I to reach the milestone victory. He was subdued after the win, walking behind the bench to slap hands with his wife and daughter before exiting the court with his players.

Genesis Maciel and Joe Zeglinski scored 11 points apiece for Hartford (2-9), which dropped its fourth straight under first-year coach John Gallagher.

Stanford 60, Yale 44

At Stanford, Calif., Jeremy Green scored 11 of his 15 points in the second half before leaving with an injury, helping Stanford beat Yale.

Josh Owens added 10 points for the Cardinal (7-4), who improved to 6-0 at home and 7-0 against the Bulldogs.

Austin Morgan scored 15 points to lead Yale (5-6).

Green left the game with just under 6 minutes to play after connecting on his third straight 3-pointer. He appeared to injure his left ankle and remained on the floor for a couple of minutes before limping off.

Stanford used a 12-0 run during an eight-minute stretch to pull away from Yale, which held a 37-36 lead with 13:25 left to play. The Bulldogs didn't scored again until 5:28 remained.

Jeremiah Kreisberg hit a layup with 5 seconds left in the first half to give Yale a 27-26 lead at intermission.