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Big Green claims second at Colby Carnival

Staff Reports
Published: 2/1/2020 9:51:34 PM
Modified: 2/1/2020 9:51:32 PM

CARRABASSETT VALLEY, Maine — Podium finishes by Ellie Curtis in the women’s slalom, A.J. Ginnis in the men’s slalom and Katharine Ogden in the women’s 10-kilometer classic allowed Dartmouth to edge out Middlebury for second place by four points at the Colby Carnival on Saturday, 831-827.

Vermont won with a team total of 899 points. The Catamounts won both of the men’s Nordic races to pull away from the field.

Ogden was second overall in the women’s 10K classic in 33:09.1. Curtis took third in the women’s slalom with a combined time of 1 minute, 50.28 seconds. Ginnis also took third with a time of 1:43.48 in men’s slalom.

The skiers return to Maine for the Bates Carnival this weekend.

MEN’S HOCKEY Union 4, Dartmouth 3

SCHNECTADY, N.Y. — The Big Green’s effort to rally from a 4-1 deficit fell a goal short at Achilles Rink.

Quin Foreman scored twice in a four-minute span of the third period to close the gap for Dartmouth (10-8-4, 7-6-2). Will Graber also had a goal, and Adrian Clark made 34 saves.

Harvard visits the Big Green on Friday night.

Men’s Basketball Penn 54, Dartmouth 46

PHILADELPHIA — The Dartmouth comeback attempt came up just short in the second half at Penn.

Chris Knight had 12 points and eight rebounds for the Big Green (7-12, 0-4). Trevon Ary-Turner added 10 points and Ian Carter had eight points.

The Big Green (7-12, 0-4 Ivy) visit Brown on Saturday.

Women’s Basketball Penn 66, Dartmouth 33

HANOVER — The visiting Quakers doubled up on the Big Green (7-10, 1-3).

Allie Harland led Dartmouth with 10 points. Veronica Kelly had five points and a team-best 11 rebounds. Katie Douglas added six points.

Dartmouth hosts Brown on Friday night.

WOMEN’S TENNIS William & Mary 5Dartmouth 2

WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — The Big Green (2-2) dropped the first of a two-match weekend in Virginia.

Dartmouth’s only points came from Chidimma Okpara at No. 5 and Nicole Conrad, who took first singles when her opponent retired during a third-set tiebreaker.

MEN’S TENNIS Dartmouth takes two

HANOVER — The Big Green (6-0) recorded back-to-back 6-1 wins over Boston University and Bryant at the Boss Center.

Dominik Pauli, Pierce Widdecombe and Anders Gibbons all contributed two singles wins to the cause.

SWIMMING Columbia sweeps Green

NEW YORK — Dartmouth’s men and women lost to Columbia in the final Ivy League dual meet of the season.

Connor LaMastra and Ethan Banks finished 1-2 in the men’s 1,000-yard freestyle. Tim Park and Joe Moll repeated the feat for Dartmouth in the 200 free. LaMastra also added a win in the 200 butterfly, and Moll doubled up with a victory in the 500 free.

Christina Ciancioli won the 1,000 free and Ashley Post won the 200 free for the women, and Mia Leko won the 200 fly.

Men’s Squash Dartmouth 6, Cornell 3

ITHACA, N.Y. — Jack Bell’s sweep led the No. 7 ranked Big Green (5-5) over Cornell (5-7).

Bell won, 11-4, 11-9, 11-5. Reg Anderson, James Bell, Tucker Martino, Lucan White and David Rubin all won in four games for Dartmouth.

Indoor Track Dartmouth competesat New Englands

BOSTON — The Dartmouth women took fourth, and the men seventh in the New England Championships at the Reggie Lewis Center.

The Big Green women posted 74.5 points and were led by Cha’Mia Rothwell’s win in the 60-meter hurdles in 8.45 seconds. Lauren Archer was sixth in the 1,000 meters.

Myles Epstein was fifth in the men’s 60-meter dash in 6.90 seconds. Epstein added a sixth place finish in the 200-meter dash. MJ Farber was sixth in the 400 meters and Max Fyre was fourth in the 500 meters. Brendan Loftus claimed sixth in the shot put.




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