Dartmouth roundup: Newcomer’s first goal sends men’s hockey past Saints

  • Jack Cameron

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Published: 11/13/2021 7:50:52 AM
Modified: 11/13/2021 7:56:17 AM

CANTON, N.Y. — Jack Cameron netted the game-winner in the third period to answer a two-goal outburst by the hosts and give the Dartmouth College men’s hockey team a 3-2 win at St. Lawrence on Friday night.

The Big Green (2-3-0, 2-2-0 ECAC) had things under control through two periods, leading 2-0 on the strength of Sam Hesler and Mark Gallant goals in the second. St. Lawrence then erupted for a pair of goals in a 37-second span early in the third period to knot things up at 2-2.

The Dartmouth defense tightened back up after allowing the game-tying goal, holding the line until Cameron’s game-winner, his first career collegiate goal, at the 11:19 mark of the final stanza. Sean Chisolm had two assists to lead the Big Green, including one on Cameron’s go-ahead strike.

Dartmouth goalie Justin Ferguson had 30 saves, helping the visitors pick up the win despite St. Lawrence holding a 32-21 edge in shots on goal. Dartmouth visits Clarkson on Saturday at 7 p.m.

Women’s HockeyBrown 1, Dartmouth 0

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — The Big Green were shut out on the road, snapping a two-game winning streak.

Dartmouth (3-4-0, 2-4-0 ECAC) was down early as Brown scored what turned out to be the game’s only goal with 6:03 left in the first period. Big Green goalie Maggie Emerson stopped the initial shot, but the Bears were in position to knock home the rebound for the goal.

Emerson made 21 saves in a strong effort despite the loss. Dartmouth outshot Brown by a 12-6 margin in the second period but were unable to find the back of the net.

The Big Green are back in action on Saturday at Yale.

Women’s VolleyballDartmouth 3, Yale 2

HANOVER — The Big Green earned a win in a five-set thriller over the Bulldogs (25-10, 23-25, 25-22, 19-25, 15-8).

Four players had double-doubles for Dartmouth, including Makenzie Arent with 18 digs and a team-best 48 assists. Ellie Blain added 14 kills and 10 digs, Taite Ryan had 17 digs and 13 kills and Nicole Liddle contributed 15 digs and 11 kills.

The win marks the first time Dartmouth (15-7, 7-6 Ivy) has beaten Yale since 2015. The Big Green close the season on Saturday against Ivy League champion Brown at Leede Arena.

Men’s Cross CountryDartmouth takes eighth

BOSTON — The Big Green took eighth place in the NCAA Northeast Regional meet, held at Franklin Park in Boston.

All five Dartmouth runners finished within 41 seconds of each other, led by Jacob Winslow in 30th place overall in 31:16. Liam Jamieson was in 34th, followed by Will Daley in 40th, Albert Velikonja in 45th and Seth Weprin in 57th.

Syracuse won the team title with 51 points.

Women’s Cross CountryDartmouth 11th

BOSTON — The Dartmouth women took 11th overall in the NCAA Northeast Regional.

Corinne Robitaille led the Big Green in 28th place in 21:25. Ellie Tymorek was just seven seconds back, taking 34th. Emily Levonas was 70th, Bella Pietrasiewicz was 82nd and Madaket Nobili took 90th.

Harvard won the team title with 71 points.

Alpine SkiingHead coach Dodge retiring

HANOVER — Dartmouth head alpine skiing coach Peter Dodge announced his retirement, effective at the end of the 2021-22 season.

Dodge has been at the helm for the Big Green for 33 years, having coached a total of 22 skiers who earned 48 All-America honors and 10 NCAA championships. Five of his charges competed in the Winter Olympics; Bill Gaylord (Great Britain), Brad Wall (Australia), Patrick Biggs (Canada), David Chodounsky (United States) and Trace Cummings Smith (Estonia).

“I don’t think that ‘retirement’ is the right word,” Dodge said in a news release. “It is just time to shift gears. I spent one-third of my life as a ski racer and one-third as a coach. I hope to have another third doing whatever is next. I just feel after 33 years, it is time for a change. It is something that had to happen at some point, and this just feels like the right time.”

Dodge will remain in his post officially through June 30 to assist with the transition for the program. Even after retiring, Dodge intends to assist with Dartmouth Carnival races and the NCAA Championships to be by the Big Green in 2025.

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