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Dartmouth Roundup: Big Green in second at UVM carnival

  • Drew Duffy

Staff Reports
Published: 1/24/2020 10:03:49 PM
Modified: 1/24/2020 10:37:31 PM

STOWE, Vt. — The Ogden siblings split the Nordic races, but Ben’s Vermont squad ultimately won the opening day of the Vermont Carnival by narrowly edging sister Katharine’s Dartmouth on Friday.

Dartmouth junior Ogden won the women’s sprints to highlight the Big Green’s day on the snow. It was her second race win of the season and the 13th of her collegiate career.

Drew Duffy took second in the men’s giant slalom at Stowe Mountain Resort, finishing a tenth of a second behind Middlebury’s Erik Arvidsson. Dartmouth also picked up a 2-3 finish from Patricia Mangan and Claire Thomas in the women’s GS. Hanover’s Adam Glueck also had a season-best fourth place in the men’s sprints.

Ben Ogden helped the Catamounts by winning the men’s sprints at Craftsbury Nordic Center. With Marina Vilanova winning the women’s GS, UVM outpointed Dartmouth, 447-443, with Middlebury close behind in third (432).

The UVM Carnival wraps up on Saturday.

MEN’S HOCKEYCornell 3, Dartmouth 2

ITHACA, N.Y. — In no mood to sustain another loss to the 20th-ranked Big Green (10-6-3, 7-4-1), the top-ranked Big Red (14-1-3, 9-1-1) rallied from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits to take a narrow ECAC Hockey victory at Lynah Rink on Friday night.

Dartmouth’s Cam Strong opened the scoring, but Cornell’s Tristan Mullin responded for a 1-1 tie after one period. Tanner Polocsik returned the lead to the visitors just 1:10 into the middle stanza; Cam Donaldson leveled late in the period, and Jeff Malott got the winner on a delayed penalty at 4:15 of the third.

The Big Green visits Colgate on Saturday.

WOMEN’S HOCKEYClarkson 5, Dartmouth 1

POTSDAM, N.Y. — Georgia Kraus accounted for the Big Green’s lone goal in an ECAC Hockey loss to the seventh-ranked Golden Knights (17-4-4, 8-3-2).

Clarkson scored twice in the first period and never trailed. A freshman, Kraus netted her first career goal on a 5-on-3 power play at 6:32 of the second stanza to halve the deficit, with assists from Jennifer Costa and Sydney Hill. Hannah Humphreys had 28 saves in net.

Dartmouth (5-12-3, 2-9-3) visits St. Lawrence on Saturday.

SWIMMING/DIVINGBig Green leads Ramsden Invitational

HANOVER — Dartmouth’s men and women both navigated to leads through the first day of the Tate Ramsden Invitational in the Karl Michael Pool.

The women swept the top two spots 500 freestyle, with Christina Ciancolo winning (5:05.48), and the top five positions in the 200 individual medley, which Alie Hunter won (2:08.92). That gave the Big Green a 60-14 lead on UMass.

Connor LaMastra led the men to a 55-19 advantage on the Minutemen by breaking the pool and meet record for the 200 IM (1:48.21). Joe Moll (500 free) and John Hall (50 free) also won.

MEN’S TENNISDartmouth 4, Alabama 3

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. — The Big Green (2-0) claimed the doubles point before splitting six singles matches with the Crimson Tide (4-1) to open a weekend against Southeastern Conference competition.

After taking two of three doubles matches, the Big Green grabbed wins from Charlie Broom and Dan Martin at the top two singles slots for a 3-0 lead. Alabama pushed across two wins at Nos. 3 and 6, leaving Dartmouth’s Peter Conklin to rally for a 3-6, 6-3, 6-4 win at No. 4 to take honors.

The Big Green meets LSU in Tuscaloosa on Sunday.

WOMEN’S TENNISDartmouth 7Binghamton 0

HANOVER — The Big Green (1-1) had little difficulty in blanking the Bearcats at the Boss Center.

Dartmouth yielded just three games in sweeping all three doubles matches. The Big Green won all six singles matches in straight sets, led by a 6-1, 6-1 win for Chidimma Okpara at No. 1.

Dartmouth hosts Brown on Sunday.

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