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Dartmouth roundup: Men’s hockey tames Bears and Bulldogs on the road

Staff Reports
Published: 1/24/2023 9:15:16 AM
Modified: 1/24/2023 9:14:49 AM

The Dartmouth College men’s hockey team picked up their first two road wins of the season, edging Brown, 4-3, on Friday night in Providence, R.I. and thumping Yale, 4-0, the next evening in New Haven, Conn.

The Big Green overcame three separate one-goal deficits against the Bears before scoring the eventual game-winner late in the third period. Freshman Cam MacDonald scored Dartmouth’s first goal on a power play, with assists from sophomore Sean Chisholm and freshman Cooper Flinton. Brown went back ahead early in the second, but junior Joey Musa had an answer, with sophomore Matt Hubbarde and senior Tanner Palocsik getting the assists.

After the Bears took their third lead of the game, the Big Green’s power play came through again as sophomore Ian Pierce and MacDonald set up Flinton with less than 30 seconds remaining in the middle stanza. Flinton struck again with 3:32 to go in the third, assists going to Musa and Chisholm.

Freshman goaltender Cooper Black made 19 saves as Dartmouth completed the season sweep of Brown, having defeated the Bears in a shootout in Hanover on Nov. 5.

On Saturday against the Bulldogs, freshman Luke Haymes opened the scoring less than three minutes in, assisted by sophomore John Fusco and Hubbarde. The Dartmouth power play produced two goals in the second period, the first coming from Musa (assists to Palocsik and Hubbarde) and the second from Hubbarde (assists to Haymes and Fusco).

Sophomore Braiden Dorfman piled on with less than two minutes remaining, from Hubbarde and junior Ryan Sorkin. Black made 24 saves in the shutout, the Big Green’s third victory over Yale this year. Dartmouth defeated the Bulldogs, 6-0, at Thompson Arena on Nov. 4 and had a 4-3 win over Yale in the consolation game of the Ledyard Classic on Dec. 31.

The Big Green (4-15-1, 3-9-1 ECAC Hockey) return home to face Cornell on Friday and Colgate on Saturday. Dartmouth’s next seven games will be on home ice.

WOMEN’S HOCKEYBig Green split with Union, RPI

HANOVER — Dartmouth overcame an early deficit Friday against the Dutchwomen, scoring twice in the final minute of the first period and again in the first minute of the second for a 3-1 victory. The Big Green fell, 2-1, against the Engineers on Saturday.

Junior Tiffany Hill brought the Big Green level against Union, assisted by fellow juniors Jenna Donohue and Annie King. Sophomore Carlie Primomo put Dartmouth in front 36.5 seconds later, with assists to sophomore Lauren Messier and senior Currie Putrah.

On the other side of the first intermission, senior CC Bowlby tallied for Dartmouth, with sophomore Laura Fuoco and Donohue getting the assists. Sophomore goaltender Maggie Emerson made 23 saves.

The next day, RPI scored twice in a 34-second span in the second period to quickly go up by two goals. Hill set up Bowlby in the third as the Big Green got one back, but that was all Dartmouth could muster as the hosts were 0-for-5 on the power play. Emerson made 21 saves.

The Big Green (6-15-0, 2-12-0) are at Colgate on Friday and Cornell on Saturday.

MEN’S BASKETBALL Princeton 93, Dartmouth 90 (OT)

PRINCETON, N.J. — The Big Green had a chance to pull into a tie for first place in the Ivy League standings thanks to Cornell’s loss to Harvard, but they squandered a five-point lead with two minutes left in regulation and fell to the Tigers in overtime Saturday.

Sophomore guard Ryan Cornish put up 31 points, junior forward Dusan Neskovic added 24 and freshman forward Brandon Mitchell-Day continued his strong run of play recently with 17. Senior forward Dame Adelekun played just 18 minutes as he dealt with foul trouble, picking up his fifth with just over a minute left in the second half.

“It’s a tough loss because we were in position to win the game, especially at the end,” Dartmouth coach David McLaughlin said. “No one’s at fault for that, it’s just something we have to learn. This is a tough place to play.”

The Big Green (7-13, 3-3 Ivy League) host last-place Columbia on Saturday.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Princeton 79, Dartmouth 59

HANOVER — The Big Green were tied after a quarter and trailed by just one at the half Saturday against the four-time defending Ivy League champion Tigers, but Princeton pulled away late to keep Dartmouth winless in conference play.

Junior guards Mekkena Boyd and Mia Curtis led the Big Green with 15 and 11 points, respectively. Boyd also pulled down seven rebounds and dished out four assists.

Dartmouth (2-18, 0-6 Ivy League) is at league-leading Columbia on Saturday.

MEN’S TENNIS Big Green defeat Binghamton, Siena

HANOVER — Dartmouth swept Sunday’s doubleheader, beating the Bearcats, 4-2, in the morning and the Saints, 4-0, in the evening. The Big Green took the doubles point against Binghamton thanks to the No. 1 team of freshmen Waleed Qadir and Miles Groom and the No. 3 team of sophomores Hikaru Takeda and Carlos Guerrero Alvarez. Guerrero Alvarez then earned a quick 6-1, 6-1 victory at No. 1 singles. Straight-set wins from freshman Henry Ren at No. 4 singles and Takeda at No. 5 clinched the match.

The same pairings won the doubles point for Dartmouth against Siena, and Qadir (No. 3), Takeda and sophomore Alex Knox-Jones (No. 6) wrapped things up.

The Big Green (4-0) host Fordham on Sunday.

WOMEN’S TENNIS Dartmouth 5, St. John’s 2

HANOVER — The Big Green opened their season with a win over the Red Storm.

Dartmouth won the doubles point as the No. 2 team of freshman Brooke Hess and junior Katie Weber and the No. 3 team of junior Lexi Dewire and senior Emily Zhou were both victorious. In singles, senior Chiddima Okpara (No. 1), Weber (No. 3), sophomore Ujvala Jupalli (No. 4) and Zhou (No. 6) all won their matches in straight sets.

The Big Green (1-0) host Merrimack on Sunday.

SQUASH Dartmouth falls to Penn and Princeton

HANOVER — The Big Green men were shut out, 9-0, by the Quakers on Saturday, then lost, 8-1, to the Tigers on Sunday. The women’s results were flipped, as they took one match against Penn and were blanked by Princeton.

For the men, sophomore Mac Aube gave Dartmouth its lone point against the Tigers, winning in five sets at No. 2. The women got their victory over the Quakers from junior Priya Verma, who won in four sets at the No. 5 position.

Both squads (4-6, 0-4 Ivy League) are at Columbia on Saturday and Cornell on Sunday.

INDOOR TRACK AND FIELD Big Green win at home over Columbia and Yale

HANOVER — Freshman David Adams broke the program record in the pole vault, clearing 5.13 meters for the Dartmouth men. Other Big Green wins came from senior Myles Epstein in the 60-meter dash, sophomore Mason Childers (500 meters), sophomore DJ Matusz (1,000), sophomore Albert Velikonja (mile), sophomore Karl-Oskar Pajus (60-meter hurdles), senior Nils Wildberg (long jump) and sophomore Ben Pable (weight throw).

Victories on the women’s side belonged to freshman Jada Jones (60-meter dash and 500), senior Michelle Quinn (400), senior Julia Fenerty (mile), junior Natalie Shapiro (3,000), junior Bridget McNally (long jump) and sophomore Julia Reglewski (shot put and weight throw).

The men finished with 86 points to the Lions’ 43 and the Bulldogs’ 41. The women had 91, with Columbia tallying 46 and Yale 44.

The Big Green head to Boston for the River Hawk Invitational on Friday and Saturday.

SWIMMING AND DIVING Dartmouth men defeat UMass, women fall to UMass and Northeastern

HANOVER — The Big Green men beat the Minutemen, 229-103, winning all but one of the swimming events.

Freshman Eddy Chen won the 100-yard breaststroke with a personal record of 55.97 seconds. Grad student Joe Moll won the 100 butterfly, sophomore Alexander Ye won the 400 individual medley and 200 backstroke, and freshman Yan Dvoretskiy won the 200 freestyle and 200 fly. Senior Tim Park won the 100 free.

For the women, freshman Julianne Jones set a pool record in the 200 breast, senior Christina Cianciolo won the 1,650 free and 500 free, and sophomore Alyssa Palacios won the 3-meter dive.

The women’s team (1-8) hosts Columbia on Saturday, while the men (2-6) welcome the Lions on Feb. 4 for the final meet before Ivy League championships.


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