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2006-07Highlights - Intercollegiate Sports

Dartmouth College intercollegiate teams compete as members of the Ivy League, ECAC and NCAA Division I

Ivy League Champions (3) NCAA Championship (1)
Men’s Hockey
Women's Hockey
Men’s Lightweight Crew


ECACHL Tournaments (2) ECACHL Champions (1)
Men's Hockey (Consolation)
Women's Hockey (Champion)
Women's Hockey
National Championship Appearances (8) Nationally Ranked Teams (14)
Women's Ice Hockey (NCAA)
Men's Heavyweight Crew (IRA Regatta)
Men's Lightweight Crew (IRA Regatta)
Women's Crew (NCAA)
Sailing (ICSA Nationals)
Skiing (NCAA)
Men's Squash (CSA Team Championship)
Women's Squash (Howe Cup)

Men's Lightweight Crew (1)
Women's Crew (8)
Men's Cross Country (15)
Men's Hockey (14)
Women's Hockey (3)
Men's Lacrosse (19)
Women's Lacrosse (6)
Sailing Coed (1)
Sailing Women (9)
Skiing (1)
Women's Soccer (13)
Men's Squash (7)
Women's Squash (6)
Women's Tennis (53)
(highest ranking in parenthesis)

First Team All-Ivy Athletes: 29
First Team All-America: 11

Betsy Bryant (sailing), Dave Chodounsky (skiing),
Kate Hacker (sailing), David Jones (hockey),
Andrew Loe (sailing), Killarney Loufek (sailing),
Lindsay Mann (skiing), Erick Storck (sailing),
Ben True (skiing, track), Evan Weiss (skiing)

Ivy League Player of the Year (3)
Gillian Apps (Women’s Hockey),
David Jones (Men’s Ice Hockey),
Ashley Taylor (Women's Basketball)

National Academic All-America (5)
(5) Nick Bonacci (1st team/lacrosse),
Nick Christman (1st team/soccer),
Kelly Fry (2nd team/softball),
Colleen Kelly (3rd team/soccer),
Rob Kerris (3rd team/track & field)

Other Major Awards: Dan Shribman,
Derek Hines Unsung Hero Award
(Hockey Commissioner’s Association);
Mark Hudak, ECACHL Coach of the Year

BASEBALL (Bob Whalen, Head Coach — 324-359, 18 yrs) 8-29-1, 5-15 Ivy (4th - Rolfe Division)
Rookie Nick Santomauro ’10 was named first team All-Ivy after leading Dartmouth in all the major batting categories including batting average (.395) and on base percentage (.500). Outfielder Damon Wright ’08 was named second team All-Ivy and pitcher Kyle Zeis ’08 earned honorable mention.
MEN’S BASKETBALL (Terry Dunn, Head Coach — 26-55, 3 yrs) 9-18, 4-10 Ivy (7th)
Leon Pattman ’07 earned second team All-Ivy accolades after averaging 16 points per game while Alex Barnett ’09 was an honorable mention All-Ivy selection in a season in which he ranked fourth in the conference in rebounding (6.0 rpg). The highlight of the season was Dartmouth’s first season sweep of Princeton since 1945-46.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (Chris Wielgus, Head Coach — 330-233, 22 yrs) 15-14, 9-5 Ivy (2nd)
The Big Green made its third straight postseason appearance with a WNIT bid this season after a second place finish in the Ivy League. Guard Ashley Taylor ’07 was a unanimous first team All-Ivy pick and Dartmouth’s first Ivy Player of the Year since 1994. Forward Sydney Scott ’08 earned second team All-Ivy honors while guard Koren Schram ’09 was honorable mention All-Ivy and forward Margaret Smith ’10 was named to the Ivy All-Rookie team.
MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (Barry Harwick ’77, Head Coach — 15 yrs) 3rd at Heps

Dartmouth took third at Ivy Heps this fall as Ben True ’08 won his second straight title. He was joined in the top four by teammate Steve Mucchetti ’07. True finished third at NCAA Regionals and went on to a 59th place finish at NCAA’s. True and Mucchetti, both All-Ivy first-teamers, were joined by Glenn Randall ’09 on the NCAA All-Region team.
WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (Maribel Sanchez Souther ’96, Head Coach — 4 yrs) 6th at Heps
A young Dartmouth squad that featured no seniors took sixth at Heps on the heels of Susan Dunklee’s ’08 14th place finish, which put her on the All-Ivy second team. The Big Green was 12th at NCAA Regionals.
EQUESTRIAN (Sally Batton, Head Coach — 16 yrs) 1st at Ivy Show
Dartmouth took home its first All-Ivy Invitational title in 10 years, finishing first with 43 points just ahead of Brown with 40. Tim Malone ’07 won two blue ribbons and moved on to finish 10th in open fences at the National Championship. As a team, the Big Green also won the IHSA regional championship.
FIELD HOCKEY (Amy Fowler, Head Coach — 63-61, 7 yrs) 3-14, 1-6 Ivy (7th)
Lizzie Bildner ’08 earned All-Ivy first team and All-Northeast second team accolades after leading the Big Green in scoring with nine goals and one assist. Whitney Waugh ’08 and Megan Strout ’08 both earned honorable mention All-Ivy. Nine players were named to the NFHCA Division I Academic Squad.
FOOTBALL (Buddy Teevens, Head Coach — 30-38-2, 7 yrs) 2-8, 2-5 Ivy (T-6th)
Wide receiver Ryan Fuselier ’06 and strong safety Ian Wilson ’08 earned All-Ivy second team honors after helping the Big Green to a pair of Ivy wins over Brown and Columbia. Preston Copley ’07, Mike Fritz ’07, Justin Cottrell ’08 and John Pircon ’08 received All-Ivy honorable mention.
MEN’S GOLF (Rich Parker, Head Coach — 2 yrs) T-6th at Ivy Championship
Jamie Wallace ’08 was the Big Green’s top finisher at the Ivy championship, taking 10th place. Dartmouth finished 13th at the New England championships and seventh at the URI Invite, led by Rob Henley ’08.
WOMEN’S GOLF (Kevin Gibson, Head Coach — 10 yrs) 6th at Ivy Championship

Sunny Zhang ’10 finished 19th at the Ivy championship, followed by Ann Kapusta ’07 in 26th place as Dartmouth finished sixth as a team. Hayley Stevens ’07 took third in the Dartmouth Triangular.
MEN'S HOCKEY (Bob Gaudet '81, Head Coach - 151-133-37, 10 yrs)         18-10-3, 12-10-3 ECACHL (3rd)
Men's hockey captured Dartmouth's first Ivy League title since 1980. After sweeping Princeton in the ECACHL quarterfinals, Dartmouth lost a heartbreaker to Clarkson, 5-4 in the semifinal. David Jones '08, Ivy League Player of the Year, was a Hobey Baker Top-10 finalist in addition to his first team All-Ivy, All-ECACHL and All-American honors. Mike Devine '08 joined him as a unanimous first team All-Ivy pick. Eight players were named ECACHL All-Academic.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY (Mark Hudak, Head Coach — 90-34-8, 4 yrs) 27-5-2, 20-1-1 ECACHL (1st)
The return of four medal-winning Olympians helped the Big Green win the ECACHL regular season and tournament championships and an Ivy League title. Dartmouth lost a heartbreaker to Boston College, 3-2, in the NCAA Tournament first round. Forward Gillian Apps ’06 cleaned up with ECACHL and Ivy League Player of the Year honors while Sarah Parsons ’10 was named ECACHL and Ivy League Rookie of the Year and Carli Clemis ’09 picked up ECACHL Goalie of the Year. Clemis and Apps were joined on the All-Ivy first team by Katie Weatherston ’06, ECACHL Tournament MVP.
MEN’S LACROSSE (Bill Wilson, Head Coach — 32-28, 4 yrs) 8-12, 0-7 Ivy (8th)
Dartmouth’s Ari Sussman ’10 was named Ivy League Rookie of the Year while Nick Bonacci ’07 repeated on the All-Ivy first team as a unanimous selection. The highlight of the season was a 7-6 win over Notre Dame while Dartmouth went to the wire with national powers Duke, Virginia and Albany, all one-goal losses.
WOMEN’S LACROSSE (Amy Patton, Head Coach — 172-71, 16 yrs) 9-7, 4-3 Ivy (4th)
Whitney Douthett ’07 capped a stellar career with her third straight unanimous first team All-Ivy selection and was a Tewaaraton Award nominee as the nation’s top women’s lacrosse player. Kristen Barry ’08 joined Douthett on the All-Ivy first team while Sarah Szefi ’08 was a second team All-Ivy pick.
MEN’S ROWING (Hvy. — Topher Bordeau, 1 yr; Lght. — Steve Perry, 2 yrs) 1-7, 0-2 Ivy (HW)
The lightweight varsity eight brought home Dartmouth’s first EARC (Eastern Sprints) and Ivy League Championships since 1994 and all nine boatsmen earned All-Ivy first team accolades. The heavyweight varsity took fourth in the third final at Eastern Sprints.
WOMEN’S ROWING (Wendy Levash, Head Coach — 2 yrs) 11-4, 4-2 Ivy
The Dartmouth varsity eight took fifth at Eastern Sprints and earned an at-large invite to the NCAA Championship for the first time since 1999. At NCAA’s, the Big Green was a solid eighth of 16 boats. Anne Kennedy ’07 was named first team All-Region and Kate Davison ’07 earned a second team nod.
SAILING (Brian Stanford, Head Coach — 3 yrs)
The Dartmouth coed team was a close second in an 18-team field at the ICSA/Gill National Championship. Andrew Loe ’07 and Betsy Bryant ’08 took second in B division while Erick Storck ’07 and Killarney Loufek ’07 were fifth in A division. Women’s sailing was 12th at the ICSA Women’s National Championship.
SKIING (Ruff Patterson, Cami Cardenali, Peter Dodge ’78 and Christine Booker, Coaches)
The ski team brought the NCAA Championship trophy back to Hanover for the first time in 31 years, finishing first ahead of Denver and Colorado. The Big Green went 5-0 in its Eastern Intercollegiate Skiing Association season and won the EISA Championship before sending 12 skiers to the NCAA Championship in Bartlett, N.H. Nine different skiers earned All-America accolades.
MEN’S SOCCER (Jeff Cook, Head Coach — 45-37-21, 6 yrs) 6-8-3, 3-3-1 Ivy (T-4th)
Rookie Daniel Keat ’10 led the Big Green in scoring and earned first team All-Ivy and freshman All-America honors. Goalkeeper Rowan Anders ’07 was named to the All-Ivy second team while Tom Lobben ’08 and Mike Ordonez ’08 earned honorable mention. Nick Christman ’08 was selected to the ESPN the Magazine National Academic All-America first team. The Big Green was often just shy of a win, suffering seven one-goal losses.
WOMEN’S SOCCER (Angie Hind, Head Coach — 24-9-2, 1 yr) 12-4-1, 6-1 Ivy (2nd)
The Dartmouth women just missed an Ivy League title, but ranked as high as 13th in the nation in a season that saw the program return to national prominence. Whitney Douthett ’07, Emily Tracy ’07 and Megan Wijas ’06 were All-Ivy second team picks and Colleen Kelly ’07, Myra Sack ’10 and Amanda Webb ’08 garnered honorable mention. Kelly was named to the ESPN the Magazine National Academic All-America third team.
SOFTBALL (Christine Vogt, Head Coach — 40-72-1, 3 yrs) 16-24, 11-9 Ivy (2nd – North Division)
The Big Green continued its upswing, coming down to the final weekend with Harvard to determine the Ivy’s North Division champion. Rookie Alyssa Parker ’10 earned a spot on the All-Ivy first team while Kelly Fry ’07 and Nikki Yee ’10 were named honorable mention All-Ivy. Fry was voted second team ESPN the Magazine National Academic All-America.
MEN’S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach — 90-48, 9 yrs) 11-7, 2-4 Ivy (5th)
The Big Green enjoyed a six-match winning streak during the season and picked up Ivy wins over Brown and Cornell. The team finished eighth at the CSA Championship and James Crandall ’07 was Academic All-Ivy.
WOMEN’S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach — 82-40, 9 yrs) 11-7, 2-4 Ivy (5th)
Dartmouth finished seventh at the Howe Cup and defeated both Brown and Cornell in Ivy play. Emily Mackie ’07 earned Academic All-Ivy status.
MEN’S SWIMMING (Jim Wilson, Head Coach — 28-116-1, 13 yrs) 2-10, 0-8 EISL (9th)
The Big Green earned wins over Maine and Boston University this season. Andrew Berry ’08 broke the program’s three-meter diving record and Kevin Ellis ’09 set three school records at the EISL Championship.
WOMEN’S SWIMMING (Jim Wilson, Head Coach — 4-7, 1 yr) 4-7, 1-6 Ivy (7th)
Melissa Kern ’07 capped a stellar career by breaking five records this season and earning an Academic All-Ivy selection. Heather Jankins ’09 and Liz Mancuso ’08 each broke school records at the Ivy Championship.
MEN’S TENNIS (Chuck Kinyon, Head Coach — 256-230-1, 24 yrs) 16-10, 1-6 Ivy (T-6th)
The Dartmouth men posted their best record since 2002. David Waslen ’07 earned All-Ivy honorable mention at first singles and for his first doubles play along with Steven McGaughey ’07.
WOMEN’S TENNIS (Bob Dallis, Head Coach 47-57 — 4 yrs) 8-12, 0-7 Ivy (8th)
The women’s tennis team ranked as high as 53rd in the nation this season. Megan Zebroski ’08 and Natalie O’Rourke ’08 were selected to the All-Ivy first team for their play at No. 1 doubles.
MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD Heps: 6th (In), 5th (Out) (Track — Barry Harwick ’77, 15 yrs; Field — Carl Wallin, 38 yrs)
Ben True ’08 and Tyler Koskenoja ’07 represented the Big Green at the NCAA Outdoor Championship, with True taking eighth in the 1,500 meters and Koskenoja finishing 19th in the decathlon. True went on to run a 3:59.99 mile at the USA Track & Field New England Championships. Dartmouth christened its new Memorial Track and Field facility by hosting the New England Championship and taking second.
WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD Heps: 7th (In), 8th (Out)(Track — Sandra Ford-Centonze , 15 yrs; Field — Carl Wallin, 38 yrs)
Karen Woolley ’09 took third in the heptathlon at Ivy Heps, posting three personal bests during the competition. Dartmouth took third when it hosted the New England Championship. Natalie Todd-Zebell ’09 won the pole vault after setting a school record, clearing 12-8. The Big Green won the Dartmouth Invitational on the strength of Jamila Smith ’06 sweeping the shot put, discus and hammer.
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL (Ann Marie Larese, Head Coach — 159-184, 13 yrs) 12-12, 6-8 Ivy (T-4th)
The highlight of the season was the Big Green’s first sweep of Princeton and Penn since 2000, beating both 3-0 at Leede Arena. Jess Thomas ’09 was second team All-Ivy and Katie Hirsch ’08 earned honorable mention.

2006-07 Club Sports Highlights


Finished second in Division II at Nationals.
Women’s epee first at the New England team championships . Women’s foil was fourth at nationals, men’s saber was fifth.
Figure Skating
Won the national championship for the fourth year in a row.
Men's Rugby
Finished second in the Ivy League Tournament and had five All-Ivy players.
Women's Ultimate
New England Sectional and Northeast Regional Champions
Men’s Water Polo
Finished second at the North Atlantic Conference Championships, undefeated regular season.
Women's Water Polo
Undefeated regular season, New England League Champions, finished 12th at Nationals.