The Roundup: Week 3
The men’s lacrosse team fell to No. 1 ranked Yale University 15-5 on Saturday at home. Dartmouth drops to 1-9 overall and 0-3 in Ivy League play while Yale, the only undefeated Division 1 team, improves to 10-0 and 4-0 in Ivy play.
In the first period, Dartmouth matched Yale’s intensity limiting the opportunities for the Bulldogs. Wiley Osborne ’17 scored a tally at 2 minutes 27 seconds left in the period to knot the score at 1-1. The first period ended tied 1-1 with Joe Balaban ’19 recording key saves to keep the Bulldogs from opening the scoring more. The Bulldogs dominated the second period, outscoring the Big Green 4-1 to lead 5-2. Will Randell ’19 scored a tally late in the second period.
In the third period, the Bulldogs overtook the Big Green and scored nine unanswered goals in the third to lead 14-2. Blair Friedensohn ’16 replaced Balaban in net near the end of the period. The Big Green responded in the fourth period with two goals by Jack Korzelius ’18 and Osborne’s second of the day to make the score 15-5 after Yale tacked on one more.
Yale outshot Dartmouth 48-27 while netminder Balaban had 12 saves and Friedensohn stopped three.
Women’s lacrosse dropped a road contest on Saturday versus Cornell University 12-5. The Big Green fall to 5-5 overall and 1-3 in Ivy play, while the Big Red improve to 9-1 and 4-0.
Cornell started the contest very strong with three goals, but the Big Green responded with two tallies. After exchanging a couple of goals, the Big Red took a 5-3 lead into halftime. Courtney Weisse ’17, Campbell Brewer ’19 and Campbell Probert ’16 all scored for the Big Green in the first half.
The second half was dominated by Cornell who outscored the Big Green 7-2. Cornell outshot Dartmouth 19-7 in the second half and 30-16 overall.
Taryn Deck ’17 led the Big Green with a goal and two assists as Jaclyn Leto ’16, the team’s leading scorer, was not on the score sheet. Charlotte Wahle ’19 recorded seven saves in the loss.
The Big Green will play No. 8 Boston College on Tuesday.
The Dartmouth softball team played the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University this weekend and continued its Ivy League play undefeated winning all four games this weekend. Dartmouth defeated Penn 4-1, 12-1 and Columbia 7-0, 12-2. Dartmouth is 19-9 overall and 8-0 in Ivy League play.
Karen Chaw ’17 and Morgan Martinelli ’19 led Dartmouth against Penn. Chaw hit the game-winning three-run home run in the eighth inning of the first contest to win 4-1. In the second game, Dartmouth scored 11 runs off of 11 hits in the fourth inning to lead 12-1. Breanna Ethridge ’18 pitched a complete game and improves to 6-3 on the mound. Kelsey Miller ’16 and Martinelli each recorded three hits with Miller getting five runs batted in.
Morgan McCalmon ’16 led the Big Green on the mound in game one against Columbia and gave up two hits, earning her 11th win. Maddie Damore ’17 had three hits and four runs batted in to help the Big Green. The Big Green defeated Columbia 7-0. In the second game, Katie McEachern ’16 hit a two-run homer along with a three-run homer to record her ninth overall homer this year. Ethridge allowed just two hits in her time on the mound. In the fourth inning, the Big Green had seven runs off of seven hits. Dartmouth outhit Columbia in the second game 13-4.
Dartmouth plays the University of Massachusetts Lowell tomorrow in its final non-conference series of the year.
The men’s baseball team played Columbia University and the University of Pennsylvania this weekend, which also marked the 150th anniversary of the program, splitting the games versus Penn. Dartmouth beat Penn 2-1 and then fell in game two 11-1. The Big Green beat Columbia 3-1 and 7-6 on Sunday, leaving them at 9-17 and 3-3 in Ivy League play.
Kyle Holbrook ’18 hit a pop-fly to center field allowing Nick Ruppert ’16 to tag in and score the game-winning run, ending the game 2-1. Duncan Robinson ’16 and Penn pitcher Billy Lescher kept the game close, with Robinson allowing seven hits to Lescher’s six.
In game two, the Big Green were out hit and fell 11-1. Penn scored three first inning runs and never looked back as they scored 11 runs and had 14 hits compared to the Big Green’s five.
In the first game against Columbia, Beau Sulser ’16 allowed just one run over six innings to pick up his second win of the season. In the second game, the Big Green rallied with three runs in the ninth inning to pick up the 7-6 victory. Michael Ketchmark ’17 knocked in four runs to lead the team.
The No. 11 men’s heavyweight rowing team faced No. 1 Yale University this weekend in Connecticut. The No. 11 lightweight team took on Princeton University and the University of Delaware in Princeton, New Jersey on Saturday.
Dartmouth placed second behind Yale in all four races. The heavyweight fourth varsity placed seven seconds behind Yale while the third varsity placed four seconds behind Yale’s team. Yale’s second varsity rowing team won by five seconds in 5:49.2 and the Bulldog’s first varsity defeated Dartmouth in 5:46.8.
The lightweight varsity eight placed third behind Princeton and Delaware in 6:20.8. In the second varsity, the Big Green still finished third in 6:42.0. The third varsity also placed third, six seconds behind Delaware.
Dartmouth’s rowing team competed at the Class of 1985 Cup hosted by Yale University and with Boston University in Connecticut on Saturday.
In the third varsity eight, the Big Green placed second behind Yale and ahead of the Terriers in 7 minutes and 13.1 seconds. In the varsity eight, Dartmouth placed second again behind Yale who retained the Class of 1985 Cup.
The Big Green placed second in the varsity four behind the Bulldogs. In the second varsity four, Yale was excluded for missing two turn buoys, so the Big Green captured first ahead of the Bulldogs and Terriers.
Men’s Track and Field
The men’s track and field team split up this weekend, with some athletes heading south to Princeton University’s non-scoring Sam Howell Invitational while the remainder of the team competed in the George Mason Invitational. At the latter event, hosted by George Mason University, the Big Green effort was enough for third place.
In the Howell Invitational, Dartmouth runners took to the track in the 3000-meter steeplechase, the 5000-meter and the 10,000, but only Connor Clark ’17 earned a top-10 finish when he ran the 5000, coming in at 10th. Big Green throwers, who had coasted to easy wins at last weekend’s Snowflake Invitational, faced tougher competition this weekend from Princeton and Villanova University athletes. Lucas Ribeiro ’19 finished third in the discus, while Colin Minor ’18 and Tim Brennan ’17 took second and third in the hammer throw.
In Fairfax, Virginia at the George Mason Invitational on Saturday, the men took first in several events en route to a third-place overall performance in the field of 13. Tim Gorman ’16 turned in a time of 3 minutes 52.56 seconds to win the 1500. In the 110-meter hurdles, Parker Johnson ’19 and Alec Eschholz ’19 finished first and third, respectively. The men’s 4x400 relay team ran a 3:24.35, besting its competition by nearly 3 seconds. On the field, Alex Frye ’17 and Ben Ose ’19 were runners-up in the high jump and pole vault, while Corey Muggler ’17 landed in first place in the long jump for his jump of 6.98 meters.
Women’s Track and Field
Like men’s track and field, the Big Green women’s team had athletes in both New Jersey and Virginia this weekend. At Princeton University, Dartmouth women ran and threw against athletes from Ivy foes Harvard University, Yale University, Columbia University and Princeton, in addition to others such as Syracuse University. In Virginia, the women’s track team won three events outright and beat out 15 other schools to claim first place at the George Mason University’s Spring Invitational.
Helen Schlachtenhaufen ’17 and Reid Watson ’16 had the best finishes of the Big Green runners at Princeton’s Howell Invitational. Schlachtenhaufen took fifth in the 1500-meter with a time of 4 minutes 34.46 seconds, and Watson’s 16:55.79 in the 5000 netted her third place. Melissa Dunham ’17 had a third-place finish in the discus. Olivia Wiener ’19 took second in the javelin throw.
Dartmouth had a host of second-place finishes at George Mason. Runners-up included Sara Kikut ’16 in the 100, Nicole Deblasio ’19 in the 200, Jennifer Meech ’16 in the 400, Grace Thompson ’19 in the 1500, Kaitlin Whitehorn ’16 in the high jump and the 4x400 relay team. Big Green wins came from Meech in the 200 (24.90) and Molly Shapiro ’16 in the triple jump (11.62 meters). The senior 4x100 relay team of Whitehorn, Sara Kikut, Anna Kikut ’16 and Meech also repeated its first-place finish from 2015.
No. 52 women’s tennis (10-6, 1-3 Ivy) had another weekend of Ivy matches, this time away from Hanover. They dropped their match to No. 61 Princeton University (11-8, 3-1 Ivy) on Saturday and then again to No. 74 University of Pennsylvania the next day.
With victories from duos Taylor Ng ’17 and Kristina Mathis ’18 as well as Julia Schroeder ’18 and Katherine Yau ’16, the Big Green took the doubles point from Princeton. Yau then won her singles match, putting Dartmouth up 2-0. However, the Tigers stormed back during the remainder of singles play. They won the remaining five matches, including straight-set victories at the No. 3, No. 4 and No. 6 positions, and prevailed 5-2.
The story was similar against Penn. The Big Green swept the doubles games, but only picked up one win when Jacqueline Crawford ’17 took a straight-set victory at the No. 4 spot.
Men’s tennis jumped two spots in the ITA rankings this week, rising to No. 38. The team defended that ranking this weekend at the Boss Tennis Center, earning a 4-2 win over Princeton University on Saturday and a 4-0 win over the University of Pennsylvania on Sunday. The Big Green improved to 15-8 and 3-1 in Ivy League play.
Dartmouth opened the match by taking the doubles point convincingly. Duos Max Schmidt ’17 and Roko Glasnovic ’19 and Dovydas Sakinis ’16 and Max Fliegner ’18 made short work of their Princeton opponents, winning 6-1 and 6-2. No. 63 pair George Wall ’17 and Brendan Tannenbaum ’16 were up 4-2 on Princeton’s top doubles team when their game was halted. The Tigers struck back with straight-set victories at the No. 2 and No. 6 spots, going up 2-1 on the Big Green. The men closed out the game with victories in the next three singles matches. Schmidt’s 7-6, 6-1 win at the No. 5 position sealed the 4-2 Dartmouth triumph.
The team followed the win over Princeton with a clean 4-0 sweep of the University of Pennsylvania Quakers. Both teams entered the match 2-1 in Ivy play. Dartmouth took five of the first six singles sets and brought home the doubles point.
On Sunday, the team once again quickly defeated their opponent in doubles matches with the third, Fliegner and Sakinis’, being halted. The team won all three of its singles matches, with the other three being halted as well.
Dartmouth women’s rugby traveled to Brown University this past weekend to compete in the NCAA Varsity Sevens tournament. The Big Green fielded two sides — an A-side and a B-side. The A-side finished the tournament 2-2 while the B-side finished 1-1-1.
The A-sides first loss of the day came at the hands of tournament champions, Quinnipiac University. The Bobcats took home its second consecutive varsity sevens win. The Big Green is set to compete at Westchester University next Saturday in the next leg of the varsity sevens series. Dartmouth is also scheduled to host Bishop’s University at home on Saturday for a fifteens match.