The Dartmouth softball team fell to Lamar in two games on Tuesday night.
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.
Senior Kristina Mathis defeated a player ranked 25th in the country in Dartmouth's 5-2 loss to No. 2 Pepperdine at the Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center on Tuesday afternoon. The Big Green dipped to 7-6 overall, while the Waves improved to 9-1.
Dartmouth men's lacrosse fought hard against No. 10 Virginia, falling by a score of 12-6 at Klöckner Stadium on Tuesday afternoon. The Big Green dipped to 2-4, while the Cavaliers improved to 7-2.
On the road again. The Big Green are escaping the lingering cold of the northeast to play in the warmer climes of Texas and California and are proving that they can compete in the heat.
The baseball game scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at Westmont has been canceled due to possible torrential rain and flooding in the water-logged Santa Barbara area.
The Big Green women's lacrosse team and Jacksonville play the first-ever meeting between the programs on Wednesday afternoon.
Kyle Holbrook had three hits and Sean Sullivan added four more, but Dartmouth came up a run short on Monday afternoon.
Maddie Nelson and Jessica Kittelberger led Dartmouth at the Otter Invitational with six-over 77s, helping the Big Green finish the first round at 28-over par, two strokes behind Yale in seventh.
Big Green second baseman Sean Sullivan was named Ivy League Player of the Week on March 19 for hitting .619 over five games on the spring-break trip.
Dartmouth continues its 10-game trip in California with single games against San Jose State and Westmont before a three-game series at Cal Poly to end the trek.
The Dartmouth softball team takes on Lamar in a doubleheader tomorrow afternoon then Houston Baptist on Wednesday afternoon.