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Dartmouth roundup: Men’s XC wins at Franklin Park again

  • Seth Weprin

Staff Reports
Published: 10/16/2021 9:26:58 PM
Modified: 10/16/2021 9:26:58 PM

BOSTON — The Dartmouth College men’s cross country team sure like running around Franklin Park.

The Big Green won its second race in as many weeks at the Boston course by sweeping the Suffolk Invitational on Saturday. Dartmouth scored a meet-best 29 points, with Colby second at 75.

Junior Seth Weprin led Dartmouth with a third-place finish of 25 minutes, 33 seconds over 8 kilometers. The Big Green’s four remaining scorers — senior Thomas Lingard (25:39), sophomore Will Chaffin (25:48), junior Jonathan Reid (25:53) and freshman Maclean Hadden (26:01) — finished in a 5-6-7-8 pack.

Dartmouth won the New England Championship at Franklin Park the previous Saturday and will in the NCAA Northeast Regional there on Nov. 12. Next up is the Ivy League Championshp at Princeton on Oct. 30.

Women’s XC second

PRINCETON, N.J. — The Big Green women’s cross country team took second at Saturday’s Princeton Invitational.

The host Tigers won with 39 points, beating Dartmouth by 60 points. Freshman Ellie Tymorek led all Dartmouth runners with a ninth-place finish of 21:52.6 for 5 kilometers. Junior Corinne Robitaille was the second runner to finish for the Big Green, clocking a time of 22:08.2.

Dartmouth next competes at Ivy League Heptagonal Championships on Oct. 30.

WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALLDartmouth 3, Cornell 1

HANOVER — The Big Green (10-6, 2-5) completed its first Ivy League weekend sweep of the season with a 25-19, 25-14, 23-25, 25-20 defeat of Cornell at Leede Arena.

Ellie Blain led Dartmouth with a double-double of 19 kills and 10 digs. The Big Green also received 28 assists from Karen Murphy, and Taite Ryan and Emma Engstrom helped the defense with 18 digs apiece.

The Big Green begins the second half of the Ivy season at Harvard on Saturday.

WOMEN’S SOCCERPenn 3, Dartmouth 1

PHILADELPHIA — Izzy Glennon scored the Big Green’s lone goal in a loss to the Quakers.

Glennon got Dartmouth (5-5-1, 1-3-0) off on the right foot with a right-footed goal in the match’s 10th minute. Penn 7-3-2, 2-2-0) took over from there, with Isobel Glass equalizing 12 minutes later and Janae Steward and Lucy Kellogg scoring in the second half.

Dartmouth hosts Columbia on Saturday.

MEN’S SOCCERPenn 2, Dartmouth 1 (2OT)

PHILADELPHIA — Stas Korzeniowski slotted home an Isaac McGinnis feed in the 14th minute of overtime as the Quakers handed the Big Green another hard-luck Ivy League defeat.

Jordan Bailon broke a long scoreless drought in the 82nd minute for the Big Green (1-9-0, 0-3-0). Penn tied it through Leo Burney less than four minutes later to force extra time.

Alex Budnik had five saves for Dartmouth, which hosts Vermont for its final nonleague game on Tuesday.

FIELD HOCKEYHarvard 4, Dartmouth 0

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — The Crimson used a big fourth-quarter surge to pull away from the Big Green (4-8-0, 0-4-0).

Goaltender Hailey Post recorded 10 saves for Dartmouth. The Big Green kept things scoreless until a late third-quarter goal from 13th-ranked Harvard (11-1-0, 4-0-0), which put the game away with a three-goal fourth period.

Columbia visits the Big Green on Saturday.




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