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Men's soccer to graduate six seniors, looks forward to recruits

With a frustrating loss to the University of Vermont last week, Dartmouth's men's soccer team was bumped out of the NCAA tournament and officially ended the season. "We were very disappointed in the tournament, but overall this season we have a lot to be proud of for what we achieved," said Head Coach Jeff Cook. With the end of the season, the team bids farewell to its seniors and begins looking ahead towards next year. Dartmouth's 11-4-3 season (5-1-1 Ivy League) marks the end of several soccer careers; the men's team will graduate a number of members this year, many of whom were starters. "We had six seniors and the majority of them played big roles," Pumi Maqubela '10 said. Of the players that will not be returning next year, two of the most notable are defenders Ale Frischeisen '08 and To Lobben '08, who led Dartmouth's notoriously tight back line.

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Dartmouth men's soccer plays to a scoreless tie with Yale

Jessica Griffen / The Dartmouth Staff Dartmouth men's soccer tied Yale 0-0 in a grueling double-overtime affair Saturday evening. After a frustrating loss to the University of New Hampshire last week, the Big Green was looking for a win in its Ivy League opener against the Bulldogs.

New Hampshire cooled off the streaking Big Green soccer team, defeating Dartmouth 1-0 in a tight contest.

UNH hands men's soccer suffers first loss in eight games

Jessica Griffen / The Dartmouth Staff The Dartmouth men's soccer team's six-game hot streak came to an end Wednesday evening in a narrow 0-1 defeat at the hands of the University of New Hampshire Wildcats. For the past few weeks the team has enjoyed a string of successes, including tournament wins at Old Dominion in Virginia and the Dartmouth Classic in Hanover.

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