Women’s hockey whips Cornell

Staff Reports

Published: 01-30-2023 8:53 PM

A day after suffering a 7-0 defeat at No. 5 Colgate, the Dartmouth College women’s hockey team took down No. 10 Cornell, 5-1, in Ithaca, N.Y. on Saturday.

The Big Green held the Raiders scoreless for a period Friday before Colgate exploded for three goals in the second and four more in the third. Sophomore Maggie Emerson made 28 saves, allowing five goals, and freshman Elle Sullivan allowed two goals and made seven saves.

Saturday’s contest was also scoreless after 20 minutes of action, but this time Dartmouth had the explosive second period. Junior Jenna Donohue opened the scoring, assisted by sophomore Laura Fuoco. Freshman Maura Fiorenza then scored her first collegiate goal, with freshman Izee Powell and Fuoco assisting. Fuoco tallied herself later in the period on assists from juniors Tiffany Hill and Annie King.

The Big Red got on the board seven minutes into the third period, but CC Bowlby answered 40 seconds later, with Donohue and senior Sydney Herrington assisting. Bowlby’s second goal of the day, assisted by freshman Cally Dixon and sophomore Lauren Messier, accounted for the final margin. Sullivan, making just her fourth start of the season, made 31 saves.

The Big Green (7-16, 3-13 ECAC Hockey) return to Thompson Arena to face Quinnipiac on Friday and Princeton on Saturday.

MEN’S HOCKEYDartmouth suffer a pair of one-goal defeats

HANOVER — The Big Green nearly overcame a three-goal deficit in Friday night’s 3-2 home loss to No. 11 Cornell, then tied Saturday night’s game against Colgate with just over a minute left in the third period before losing 4-3 in overtime.

Two power play goals helped the Big Red jump out to a 3-0 lead after two periods, and Dartmouth finally got on the board 13 minutes into the third when senior Tanner Palocsik set up Sean Chisholm. Freshman Alex Krause made it a one-goal game with 1:26 remaining, assisted by sophomore John Fusco and junior Joey Musa, but  it was too little, too late.

The following night, the Big Green struck first early in the second period on a goal by Palocsik, assisted by freshman Luke Haymes. The Raiders evened the score 34 seconds later, but Dartmouth retook the lead before the middle stanza was over when freshman Cam MacDonald and Palocsik assisted senior Jack Cameron’s goal.

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Colgate again tied things up on a power play early in the third, then took its first lead of the game with 5:35 left. But sophomore Braiden Dorfman had a late answer, knotting the score with 1:07 to go with assists from sophomore Matt Hubbarde and Haymes. The Raiders won it, though, in the final minute of overtime. Freshman Cooper Black made 30 saves, after making 35 against Cornell.

The Big Green (4-17-1, 3-11-1 ECAC Hockey) host Princeton on Friday and Quinnipiac on Saturday.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALLColumbia 79, Dartmouth 50

NEW YORK — The Big Green were no match for the Lions’ duo of Kaitlyn Davis, who had a triple-double with 19 points, 12 rebounds, 10 assists and four steals, and Abbey Hsu, who also had 19 points on 5-of-8 from 3-point range.

Jaida Patrick and Hannah Pratt added 17 points each for Columbia, which improved to 6-1 in Ivy League play.

Junior guard Mia Curtis led Dartmouth with 12 points, and senior forward Emma Koch and sophomore forward Grace Niekelski each had nine. The Big Green (2-19, 0-7 Ivy) are at Brown on Friday and Yale on Saturday.

MEN’S TENNISDartmouth 7, Fordham 0

HANOVER — The Big Green rolled over the Rams on Sunday as they did not drop a set. Freshmen Waleed Qadir and Miles Groom picked up a 6-3 win at No. 1 doubles, and sophomores Carlos Guerrero Alvarez and Hikaru Takeda won in a tiebreak at No. 3 doubles to give Dartmouth the first point of the match.

The hosts then won all six singles matches with ease.

Guerrero Alvarez (6-3, 6-0 at No. 1), Groom (6-1, 6-2 at No. 2), Qadir (6-3, 6-2 at No. 3), freshman Henry Ren (6-1, 6-4 at No. 4), Takeda (6-1, 6-3 at No. 5) and sophomore Alex Knox-Jones (6-1, 6-3 at No. 6) all swept their opponents.

The Big Green improved to 5-0 and head to Big Ten country this weekend, taking on Purdue on Saturday and Indiana on Sunday.

WOMEN’S TENNISDartmouth 7, Merrimack 0

HANOVER — The Big Green dominated the Warriors on Sunday, dropping no more than three games in any set. Senior Ashley Hess and freshman Valentina Cruz won, 6-0, at No. 2 doubles, and sophomore Ujvala Jupalli and senior Emily Zhou picked up a 6-1 victory at No. 3 doubles.

In singles, senior Chidimma Okpara (6-2, 6-0 at No. 1), Hess (6-3, 6-1 at No. 2), Jupalli (6-2, 6-0 at No. 3), freshman Brooke Hess (6-2, 6-2 at No. 4), Cruz (6-2, 6-1 at No. 5) and junior Ameliija Swaffer-Selff (6-1, 6-1 at No. 6) all cruised.

Dartmouth (2-0) hosts Boston College on Saturday and Maryland on Sunday.

SQUASHBig Green fall at Columbia, Cornell

The Dartmouth men suffered an 8-1 loss to the Lions on Saturday and a 7-2 defeat to the Big Red on Sunday, while the women were shut out by Columbia and won just one match against Cornell.

Sophomore Mac Aube, at the No. 2 position, gave the Big Green men their lone point against the Lions with a five-set victory, coming back from two sets behind.

Against the Big Red, senior Chris Zachary (No. 4) and sophomore Auggie Bhavsar (No. 9) were each victorious in four sets, both winning the last three after dropping the first.

The women’s only win of the weekend came from junior Priya Verma in four sets at the No. 5 position against Cornell.

At No. 8, senior Jesse Brownell took the first two sets against Columbia but could not hang on.

The women are at Middlebury on Wednesday, then both teams travel to Williams on Saturday. Both squads are 4-8 overall and 0-6 in Ivy League play.

WOMEN’S SWIMMINGColumbia 197, Dartmouth 78

HANOVER — Freshman Julianne Jones won the 200-yard backstroke and the 100 individual medley Saturday, but the Lions kept the Big Green winless in Ivy League competition.

Dartmouth (1-9, 0-7 Ivy) is off until the Ivy League Championships, which will take place at Princeton from Feb. 15-18.

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