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Dartmouth Baseball Going on the Tube

Hanover — Dartmouth College’s Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park will be ready for its first televised closeup on April 7 when Fox College Sports comes to town to broadcast the Big Green’s Ivy League date with Cornell. It will be the first time the Big Green has had a home game televised.

FCS will showcase the first game of the doubleheader scheduled between the combatants from last May’s Ivy Championship Series. League twinbills normally involved a seven-inning game followed by a nine-inning affair, but the format will be reversed so that the longer contest may be aired.

It will be Dartmouth’s first time on live television since its appearance in the NCAA regionals in 2010, when the Big Green beat Florida International in between losses to Miami and Texas A&M.

Dartmouth (11-1) hosts Siena in its Red Rolfe Field home opener tomorrow afternoon at 3 p.m. The Big Green kicks off Ivy League play this weekend at Penn and Columbia.

Men’s Golf

Dartmouth Tails in S.C.

Greenville, s.c. — The Big Green finished 19th out of 21 schools over the weekend at the Furman Intercollegiate on the par-72 Furman University Golf Course.

Dartmouth shot an aggregate 52-over-par 916 for the 54-hole event. Senior James Pleat had the best weekend for Dartmouth, shooting 5-over 221 to finish 28th overall.

Women’s Golf

Knapp Leads Green

Hilton Head, s.c. — The Big Green started its spring season by claiming third place in the rain-shortened Low Country Intercollegiate yesterday at Moss Creek Plantation.

Dartmouth’s Sarah Knapp shot a 6-over 78 to share top individual honors in the 18-hole event with Western Carolina’s Mari Kjelldorff.

The Big Green shot 335 as a team to finish third in the 16-school event.

Jane Lee tied for eighth at 82 for Dartmouth, which is at the Pinehurst (N.C.) Challenge this weekend.

Men’s Tennis

Chargers’ Taschereau Honored

New London — Colby-Sawyer sophomore Nathan Taschereau is the North Atlantic Conference’s player of the week.

Taschereau, a Goffstown, N.H., native, playing out of the No. 1 singles and doubles slot for the Chargers, swept singles matches against St. Michael’s and Castleton State.

The sophomore went 1-1 in doubles play, teaming with Reeve Fidler in an 8-3 loss to St. Mike’s and an 8-0 sweep against Castleton.