Over the Weekend
Field Hockey: The women's field hockey season came to a disappointing close Saturday at Harvard. The Big Green fell 1-0 to the Crimson in final regular season game and ended with a 8-9 overall record and 2-4 Ivy League record. For complete story, see tomorrow's issue.
Water Polo: The men's water polo team placed in the middle of the pack at the Ivy League tournament this weekend. After losing their first game against Princeton 16-7, Dartmouth fought back for a 20-11 win against Yale. But the Big Green were unable to find momentum, as they fell to Brown 15-8 and again to Princeton 11-5. For complete story, see tomorrow's issue.
Sailing: Both the Big Green varsity and women's sailing teams qualified for the Atlantic Coast Championships this weekend. For women there are seven teams who qualify from New England. Four teams had already qualified, and the Big Green were one of three others that qualified over the weekend. Amanda Ruscitto '97 and Alice Nelson '99 led the Big Green women in the A Division, while Carrie Gilbert '97 and Summer Craig '97 sailed together in the B Divison. For varsity team three teams had qualified, and this weekend Dartmouth was one of four more to earn an Atlantic Coast slot. Dan Herlihy '00 sailed with both Lisa Core '98 and Jeff Shoreman '97 in the B Division, while in the A Divison, Casey Hogan '99 sailed with Heather Melanson '97 and Ed Lalanne '99. The Atlantic Coast Championships will take place in two weeks, Nov. 17-18.
Volleyball: The Big Green suffered two Ivy losses over the weekend hurting their chances for a top seed at the Ivy Tournament in two weeks. For complete story, see page 15.
Soccer: Both the men and women's teams were unable to overcome their nationally ranked Harvard opponents. The women fell 2-1, while the men were shut out 2-0.