The Dartmouth College Department of Athletics and Recreation hosted its annual Celebration of Athletic Excellence Monday evening on Memorial Field.
The Ivy League announced the women's golf postseason awards with Dartmouth's Jessica Kittelberger and Catharine Roddy earning spots on the All-Ivy League Second Team.
Jessica Kittelberger and Catharine Roddy tied for 10th at the Ivy League Championship to earn spots on the All-Ivy Second Team.
Junior Catharine Roddy birdied five holes and wrapped up her day with a one-over 73 to move into a tie for third, but Dartmouth slipped a spot in the team standings to fifth.
Catharine Roddy and Jessica Kittelberger both completed the first round of play at the Ivy League Women's Golf Championship among the top 10 to help Dartmouth finish the day in fourth place.
The women's golf team, led by Jessica Kittelberger's 77.2 stroke average, heads to New Jersey to improve upon last year's fifth-place showing at the Ivy League Championship
Jessica Kittelberger and Maddie Nelson tied for fourth with a two-over 74 to lead Dartmouth to a third-place finish in the 10-team tournament.
Senior Jessica Kittelberger sank four birdies in posting a one-under 71 in the final round of the Harvard Invitational, moving up 12 places in the final standings to tie for 19th.
Isabelle Kane had the best round of the day for the Big Green with her 76 on the second 18 at the Harvard Invitational and is tied for 27th overall with a 15-over 159.
The Dartmouth women's golf team did not lose any of the five matchups at the Checkmate Match Play Challenge, beating Lehigh, 4-1, in the third-place match.
The women's golf team began the day by defeating Wagner, 3-2, then played top-seeded Navy tough but ultimately fell, 5-0.
Try as the 20 teams might, they could not complete the second round, wiping out those results and leaving Dartmouth in a tie for eighth.