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Dartmouth Roundup: Men’s hoops wins, still in Ivy tournament chase

  • Katie Bourque

  • James Foye

  • Katie Bourque

Staff Reports
Published: 2/29/2020 10:35:49 PM
Modified: 2/29/2020 10:35:47 PM

NEW YORK — The Dartmouth College men’s basketball team retains hope — still faint — of making the Ivy League postseason tournament, in part because of Saturday night’s 76-57 rout of Columbia at Levien Gymnasium.

Chris Knight produced a 19-point, 10-rebound double-double, his fourth in five games, to power the Big Green (12-15, 5-7). James Foye followed with 15 points.

Dartmouth rode a barrage of first-half 3-pointers to a 37-30 halftime lead, then put the game in Knight’s hands in the second. The Big Green hit 12 of 36 attempts from beyond the arc and shot 43.1% from the floor on the night.

With Penn beating Brown, 73-68, on Saturday, Dartmouth now sits one game behind both the Quakers and Bears for the fourth and final league tourney slot with two games to play.

Ivy-leading Yale comes to Leede Arena to face Dartmouth on Friday night before Brown comes to town in what could be a winner-take-all contest for a spot in the four-team conference tourney.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Columbia 62, Dartmouth 50

HANOVER — Annie McKenna delivered a 15-point, seven-rebound, four-assist performance in her final Leede Arena game as the Big Green (9-16, 3-9) dropped an Ivy League contest to the Lions (17-8, 8-4).

Abby Hsu had a double-double of 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead the visitors.

McKenna and fellow seniors Paula Lenart, Kealy Brown and Grace Phillips were honored before the game.

Dartmouth visits Yale on Friday.

MEN’S LACROSSE Dartmouth 14, UML 5

LOWELL, Mass. — The Big Green (3-0) spotted the River Hawks (2-4) the game’s first three goals before reeling off the next 12 in a row en route to a nonleague rout.

Tommy Rogan and Harlan Smart alternated Dartmouth goals to get the run going and put the Big Green ahead to stay. Matt Paul later recorded a natural hat trick, part of a five-goal, one-assist afternoon. Liam O’Connell also scored twice in the Big Green’s big charge.

Mike Connolly and Jimmy Heidt completed Dartmouth’s account, and goaltenders Daniel Hincks made 10 saves before yieling the cage to George Christopher (no saves) over the final six minutes.

Dartmouth visits Vermont in Burlington on Saturday.

WOMEN’S LACROSSE Dartmouth 12, Brown 11 (OT)

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Katie Bourque scored six goals, including the game-winner on an overtime free position, as the Big Green (3-0 overall, 1-0 league) won its Ivy League opener in dramatic fashion over the Bears (2-2, 0-1).

Ellie Carson also had a big day for the Big Green, scoring five times. Junior Claire Marshall put the visitors on the board with the game’s first goal; everything else after that for Dartmouth came courtesy of either Bourque or Carson.

Kiera Vrindten had six saves in the Dartmouth net. The Big Green entertains No. 8 Florida on Tuesday afternoon at Scully-Fahey Field.

SKIING Green’s EISA reign ends

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — The Dartmouth women won the giant slalom, but the Big Green’s three-year reign as Eastern Intercollegiate Skiing Association champions ended with a third-place finish overall at the Middlebury Carnival.

Vermont edged out Middlebury, 868-867, for first. Dartmouth finished with 778 points.

Juniors Tricia Mangan and Claire Thomas finished on the podium, helping the Dartmouth women’s alpine team win its eighth straight carnival race. Mangan was second and Thomas third after moving up from a tie for sixth after one run. Dartmouth was fourth in the men’s GS, led by David Doasmonoske (10th) and Kipling Weisel (11th).

The Big Green men were seventh in the 20K classic Nordic race. The women were fifth in their 15K classic.

Dartmouth will now prepare for the NCAA Championships, set for Bozeman, Mont., on March 12-15.

BASEBALL Virginia 12, Dartmouth 4

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — Dartmouth got within a run of Virginia before surrendering six unearned runs in the eighth om a ;pss at Davenport Field.

The Big Green trailed, 5-1, in the sixth when freshmen Kolton Freeman hit a solo home run and James House, after a Justin Murray double, hit a two-run blast to make the score 5-4. It was the first collegiate home run for both players.

Skinner yielded four runs on eight hits over four frames, fanning one. Freeman and Murray each had two hits as Dartmouth collected seven on the afternoon.

SOFTBALL Dartmouth 3, W. Michigan 1Loyola (Ill.) 3, Dartmouth 0

LONGWOOD, Fla. — The Big Green (4-5) split two contests on the second day of The Spring Games.

Dartmouth beat Western Michigan in the opener behind the seven-hit pitching of Heather Turner, who struck out two without a walk. Billie McFadyen continues her strong spring with two hits and an RBI, and Loghan Thomas drove in two runs with her only hit of the day.

Brooke Plonka took the loss against Loyola despite giving up just three hits. Thomas and Abby Shipley both had two hits for Dartmouth.

MEN’S TENNIS Indiana 5, Dartmouth 2

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The 25th-ranked Big Green (9-3) fell to 49th-rankted Hoosiers (8-3) at the IU Tennis Center.

Dartmouth’s No. 3 doubles team of Dan Martin and Pierce Widdecombe won their match, 6-3. In singles play Charlie Broom defeated Zac Brodney, 6-3. 6-2, and in the No. 3 singles, the Big Green’s Peter Conklin defeated Indiana’s Carson Haskins in three sets.

WOMEN’S TENNIS Dartmouth 5, BU 2

WATERTOWN, MASS. — The Big Green beat the Terriers at the Mount Auburn Club on Saturday.

The Big Green won five of six single matches and one of the three doubles. Nicole Conrad, Chidmma Okpara, Allison McCann, Catherine Cable and Ashley Hess took singles wins for Dartmouth (6-5).




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