Local roundup: Dartmouth skiing piles up all-academic honors

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Staff Reports
Monday, April 08, 2019

HANOVER — The Dartmouth College ski team placed 11 athletes on the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association national all-academic team on Monday, with three appearing for the fourth time in their careers.

Seniors Lydia Blanchet, Alexa Dlouhy and Taryn Hunt-Smith led the Dartmouth contingent. earned the honor for the fourth time in their respective careers. They were joined by seniors Gavin McEwen and Audrey O’Brien; junior David Domonoske and Kipling Weisel; sophomores Tricia Mangan, Claire Thomas and Hannah Utter; and freshman Luc Golin.

To qualify, student-athletes must have a cumulative 3.5 grade-point average and have competed in one of three NCAA regional championships held in late February.

A total of 278 athletes, nearly half of them from Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association members, earned the distinction.

Baseball Dartmouth-UML called off

HANOVER — With wet weather again in the forecast, Dartmouth has decided to cancel Tuesday’s scheduled home baseball game with UMass-Lowell. The contest will not be rescheduled.

The Big Green (9-17 overall, 3-6 league) will visit Brown (8-17, 5-4) for a three-game series this weekend. Dartmouth enters the set riding a five-game losing streak after dropping all three games against Penn at Red Rolfe Field, including Saturday’s record-setting 21-inning defeat.

Men’s Golf Green goes low in finale

KANNAPOLIS, N.C. — With sophomore Jason Liu shooting a 3-under-par 68 on Sunday, Dartmouth shot 1-under 283 as a team to finish off the Irish Creek Intercollegiate in 11th place out of 16 schools.

Liu jumped 15 spots in the final standings, tying for 14th place at 2-under 211 (73-70-68). VCU won the team title at 11-over 863.

WOMEN’S GOLF Dartmouth wins final match

BRANCHBURG, N.J. — The Big Green won its final match at the March Madness Match Play tournament on Sunday, blanking Wagner, 6-0, for seventh place for the weekend.

Junior Maddie Nelson enjoyed the largest margin of victory in her 18-hole match, rolling to a 6-and-5 decision. Senior Catharine Roddy took her match, 5 and 4.

WOMEN’S CREW Dartmouth at Ivy Invite

PRINCETON, N.J. — The Big Green spent Sunday competing against Penn, Princeton and Brown at the Ivy League Invitational.

Racing in the morning against the Quakers and Tigers for the Class of 1984 Plaque, Dartmouth had its best performance in the varsity fours with a runner-up result behind Princeton.

After a break, Dartmouth took on the Bears in afternoon action, taking second in the first and second varsity fours as well as the varsity eights.