Local roundup: Dartmouth spread scoring load in women’s lacrosse win

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Published: 4/2/2019 10:26:36 PM
Modified: 4/2/2019 10:26:43 PM

HANOVER — The Dartmouth College women’s lacrosse team ran its winning streak to six games by spreading out the scoring in an 18-9 win over Connecticut at Scully-Fahey Field on Tuesday.

A season-high 10 different players dented the net for the Big Green (7-3), which handed the Huskies (2-10) their second straight defeat. Dartmouth’s prior best for spread-out scoring was eight players on four occasions.

“This was an inspiring team win,” Dartmouth coach Danielle Spencer said in a news release. “Our defense worked well together to dictate the pace of play, and our offense flowed together as a unit.”

Katie Bourque led the charge for Dartmouth with four goals and one assist. Elizabeth Mastrio scored three times with three helpers, matching her season and career bests.

Kierra Sweeney, Michelle Yu and Sophia Turchetta provided two goals apiece for Dartmouth. Schuyler Bixby, Adrie Luster, Campbell Brewer, Ellie Carson and Kathryn Giroux provided the other markers, with Luster striking for the first time in her collegiate career.

Kiera Vrindten made seven saves in 52 minutes in the net, with Katie Forman and Charlotte Wahle splitting the remaining time. Sam McKenna had a game-high three goals for UConn.

Princeton visits Dartmouth in a big Ivy League contest at 1 p.m. on Saturday. 

Colby-Sawyer pair draws league honors

NEW LONDON — Colby-Sawyer senior Brittany Ireland and junior Kailyn Lapham both earned weekly awards from the Great Northeast Athletic Conference on Tuesday.

Ireland landed the GNAC’s player of the week award for the second straight week. The Amherst, N.H., native scored seven points in each of the Chargers’ three wins last week, ultimately tallying nine goals with 12 assists.

Lapham landed the GNAC goalkeeper of the week award. She was the netminder of record in all three victories, posting a 6.40 goals-against average and a 51.5 saves percentage.

Girls TennisLebanon 5, InterLakes 4

LEBANON — The bottom of the Raiders’ singles lineup had another good day in the team’s second straight win.

Emerson Sleeper (8-2), Kaeley Skakalski (8-6), Lexi Zagarola (8-3) and Molly Neu (8-2) swept the bottom four positions to give Lebanon a 4-2 lead entering doubles. The Lakers battled back with two wins, but Lebanon’s Sleeper and Zagarola clinched the team victory by taking second doubles, 8-3.

Lebanon (2-0) visits Profile on Friday.

FOOTBALLDartmouth starts spring workouts

HANOVER — Looking to capitalize on a season that saw Dartmouth reach No. 15 in the country and come up one win short of an Ivy League championship, coach Buddy Teevens and his Big Green have kicked off spring workouts.

Teevens will need to replace half of his starting lineup from 2018 — six players on offense, five on defense — in preparation for this fall. Although two All-Americans (offensive lineman Matt Kaskey and defensive end Rocco Di Leo) are gone, several fifth-year seniors are expected to return to soften the blow.

Dartmouth will have 12 practices as part of the spring regimen, meeting every Tuesday and Thursday at 5 p.m. and every Saturday at 10 a.m. over the next four weeks. Spring workouts end with the annual Green-White scrimmage on May 4.

CROSS COUNTRYColby-Sawyer graduatewill coach NVU-Lyndon

LYNDONVILLE, Vt. — Former Colby-Sawyer runner Hayden Bunnell has been hired to coach the men’s and women’s cross country program at Northern Vermont University-Lyndon.

Bunnell’s new job adds to his current responsibilities as NVU-Lyndon’s track and field coach. Bunnell was a four-time North Atlantic Conference first-team choice with Colby-Sawyer’s cross country program, earning the legaue’s rookie of the year award in 2011. He also was a three-time All-New England selection and made the All-ECAC track and field team twice.

Bunnell, a graduate of St. Johnsbury Academy, received his bachelor’s degree from Colby-Sawyer in 2015.




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