Harvard pulls away for 6-3 hockey win

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Published: 02-13-2023 8:04 PM

HANOVER — The Dartmouth College men’s hockey team hung around for awhile in Friday night’s high-scoring affair against No. 10 Harvard, but the Crimson pulled away late to down the Big Green by a score of 6-3.

Sophomore Sean Chisholm gave Dartmouth an early lead with his sixth goal of the season, assisted by freshman Cooper Flinton and junior Joey Musa. Harvard tied it barely a minute later, and the 1-1 deadlock held through first intermission, with the Crimson taking the lead on a power play early in the second. The Big Green responded with a power play goal of their own by sophomore Braiden Dorfman, with assists from freshmen Tucker McRae and Flinton.

Harvard notched its second power play goal of the night to take a 3-2 lead into the final period, then added an even-strength goal early in the third. Dartmouth pulled one back on another power play when freshman Luke Haymes found the back of the net, senior Tanner Palocsik and Chisholm assisting. But the Crimson’s Sean Farrell scored twice down the stretch, the second of which came on an empty net.

Freshman goaltender Cooper Black made 26 saves for the Big Green (4-20-1, 3-14-1 ECAC Hockey), who host RPI and Union this coming weekend.

WOMEN’S HOCKEY Dartmouth falls to St. Lawrence, Clarkson

HANOVER — The Big Green dropped their final two home games of the season, falling 7-3 to the Saints on Friday and 4-0 to the Golden Knights on Saturday.

Dartmouth took an early lead against St. Lawrence, with senior CC Bowlby scoring the only goal of the first period off assists from freshman Izee Powell and senior Currie Putrah. Freshman Cally Dixon doubled the lead early in the second, assisted by sophomore Lauren Messier.

But the Saints scored seven unanswered goals after that, starting with a shorthanded goal by Julia Gosling. Bowlby notched her second of the game late in the third, assisted by seniors Sydney Herrington and Putrah, but it was far too little, far too late. Sophomore netminder Maggie Emerson made 23 saves, and freshman Elle Sullivan made four without allowing a goal.

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Against a Clarkson team ranked in the top 10, the Big Green allowed three goals in the last five minutes of the first period, then another early in the second. Sullivan played the full game in goal and made 33 saves.

Dartmouth (7-20, 3-17 ECAC Hockey) concludes the regular season at Yale and Brown this weekend.

WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Princeton 64, Dartmouth 47

PRINCETON, N.J. — Sophomore guard Victoria Page led the Big Green with 12 points and freshman forward Olivia Lawlor added 10 in the Big Green’s loss to the Tigers on Saturday.

Dartmouth (2-22, 0-10 Ivy League) will be back home after a four-game road trip, hosting Cornell on Friday and Columbia on Saturday.

WOMEN’S TENNIS Big Green go 1-2 at ECAC Indoor Championship

HANOVER — Dartmouth fell, 4-3, to Princeton on the first day of the ECAC Indoor Championship on Friday, picked up a 4-1 win over Cornell on Saturday and suffered a 4-0 loss to Yale on Sunday.

The Big Green won the doubles point against the Tigers, with the No. 1 team of seniors Chidimma Okpara and Ashley Hess and the No. 2 pairing of freshman Brooke Hess and junior Katie Weber each emerging victorious. Ashley Hess, at No. 2 singles, and senior Emily Zhou, at No. 5, each managed three-set victories, but Princeton won everywhere else to claim the match by the slimmest of margins.

Dartmouth again won the doubles point against the Big Red thanks to Brooke Hess and Weber at No. 2 and Zhou and junior Lexi Dewire at No. 3. Brooke Hess (No. 6), Zhou (No. 5) and sophomore Ujvala Jupalli (No. 4) all won their singles matches in straight sets.

Against the Bulldogs, Zhou and Dewire won at No. 3 doubles, but Yale took the other two doubles matches for the first point. The Big Green failed to win a set in singles.

Dartmouth (3-4) hosts Long Beach State on Saturday, then travels to Boston University on Sunday.

SKIING Big Green win first carnival in nearly four years

DUBLIN/WATERVILLE VALLEY, N.H. — Dartmouth held off Vermont by 13 points to win the Harvard Carnival, 848-835.

Freshman Ava Thurston won the women’s Classic 10-kilometer Nordic race, with sophomore Nina Seemann in second and junior Garvee Tobin fourth. Another freshman, Oscar Zimmer, won the men’s giant slalom, and junior Max Martin finished third. Sophomore Luke Allan took second in the men’s Classic 10K, and freshman Cooper Puckett was second in the men’s slalom.

The Big Green are back in action this weekend at the Williams Carnival.

SQUASH Dartmouth defeats Brown for first Ivy League win

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Both Big Green squads defeated the Bears in their final match of the season, with the men winning 8-1 and the women 6-3.

Six of the men’s eight victories came in three straight sets, with sophomore Mac Aube needing five sets at No. 2 and sophomore Quintin Campbell winning in four sets at No. 5. All six victories for the women were sweeps, from junior Emily Schuster (No. 2), junior Priya Verma (No. 5), sophomore Chelsea Cho (No. 6), sophomore Aubrey Lennon (No. 7), freshman Callie Worth (No. 8) and freshman Devon Glaser (No. 9).

TRACK AND FIELD Adams breaks his own pole vault record

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Freshman David Adams cleared 5.18 meters in the pole vault at Saturday’s Yale Invite, winning the event and breaking the program record he had set earlier in the season. Fellow freshman Sam Starrs finished second in the event, and sophomore Ben Pable won the men’s weight throw.

On the women’s side, junior Bridget McNally delivered Dartmouth’s only event wins, taking first place in both the long jump and the 200-meter dash. McNally finished with a mark of 5.82 meters in the long jump, and crossed the finish line in 25.42 seconds in the 200.

The Big Green travel to Notre Dame on Saturday for the Alex Wilson Invitational.