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Rugby team defeats Army

Staff Reports
Published: 10/3/2022 9:40:47 PM
Modified: 10/3/2022 9:36:29 PM

HANOVER — In a rematch of last year’s national championship game, the result was the same as the Dartmouth College rugby team defeated Army, 24-15, at Brophy Field on Saturday.

The game was scoreless for the first 20-plus minutes before junior Anjali Pant scored two tries in a seven-minute span, both with successful conversions by senior Kristin Bitter. Tries by freshman Simone Bautista and Bitter helped the Big Green put it away.

Dartmouth (3-0) is back on the road Saturday to take on Mount St. Mary’s.

VOLLEYBALLBig Green split with Princeton, Penn

HANOVER — After falling in straight sets to the Tigers on Friday night, the Big Green defeated the Quakers in four sets on Sunday in a nationally televised match.

The third set against Princeton went to extra points, but Dartmouth couldn’t quite extend the match. Juniors Ellie Blain, Amelia Gibbs and Natalie Grover had seven kills apiece.

Against Penn, the Big Green took the first two sets, dropped the third, then put the match away in the fourth. Blain led the way with 13 kills and Gibbs added 10. Dartmouth got 21 assists from senior Mackenzie Arent and 19 from junior Karen Murphy, to go along with 14 digs from sophomore Emma Engstrom.

Dartmouth (10-3, 2-1 Ivy League) remains home this weekend, welcoming Brown on Friday and Yale on Saturday.

FIELD HOCKEYBig Green fall to Brown, New Hampshire

 

A pair of first-half goals by the Bears sunk Dartmouth in Saturday’s 2-0 home loss, then a late push by the Wildcats buried the Big Green in Sunday’s 5-2 defeat in Durham.

Each team put four shots on goal in the Brown game, but the Bears took seven penalty corners to Dartmouth’s three, scoring the opening goal on one just five minutes in.

Junior midfielder Bronwyn Bird and senior defender Myah Pease each scored an equalizing goal against UNH off a corner, but the Wildcats took the lead for the third time just before the half and then pulled away after the break. UNH put 15 shots on goal to the Big Green’s five despite Dartmouth’s 7-4 edge in corners.

Dartmouth (3-7, 0-2 Ivy League) is at Princeton on Saturday.

WOMEN’S SOCCERPrinceton 2, Dartmouth 0

 

PRINCETON, N.J. — The Tigers scored early and late to shut out the Big Green on Sunday. Princeton put 13 shots on goal to Dartmouth’s four and had a 11-2 edge in corner kicks. Senior goalkeeper Charlotte Cyr made 10 saves.

The Big Green (5-4-1, 0-2 Ivy League) host Yale on Saturday.

MEN’S SOCCERPrinceton 1, Dartmouth 0

HANOVER — After Big Green goalkeeper Costi Christodoulou got shown a red card in the 31st minute Saturday, the Tigers scored the game’s lone goal early in the second half against backup Dylan Buchanan. Princeton had an 8-0 edge in shots on goal and a 14-5 advantage in corner kicks.

Dartmouth (2-3-2, 0-1 Ivy League) heads to Holy Cross on Tuesday, then is at Penn on Saturday.

MEN’S GOLFBig Green tie for third at Columbia Autumn Invitational

LAKE PLACID, N.Y. — Led by a third-place finish from sophomore Eli Kimche, Dartmouth finished tied for third at the three-round tournament, even with Cornell and behind Columbia and Sacred Heart.

Kimche finished nine strokes under par to help the Big Green shoot -1 as a team. Freshman Aaron Zhang finished tied for 11th at +2, junior Alex Gu was tied for 14th at +3 and fifth-year Mark Turner tied for 18th at +4.

Dartmouth concludes the fall season on Oct. 10-11 at the Allister Mackenzie Invite in Sonoma, Calif.




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