2007-08 Highlights - Varsity Athletics


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

Ivy League Champions (1)
Women's Basketball



EISA Champions (1) Division Champions (1)
Skiing Baseball (Red Rolfe)
National Championship Appearances (5) Nationally Ranked Teams (10)

Women's Ice Hockey (NCAA)
Skiing (NCAA)
Men's Soccer (NCAA)
Men's Squash (CSA Team Championship)
Women's Squash (Howe Cup)

Men's Lightweight Crew (5)
Women's Crew (17)
Women's Hockey (8)
Women's Lacrosse (13)
Sailing Women (11)
Skiing (4)
Men's Soccer (25)
Men's Squash (6)
Women's Squash (6)
Women's Tennis (48)
(highest ranking in parenthesis)


First Team All-Ivy Athletes: 27
Total All-Ivy Athletes: 70
First Team All-America: 6
Rosie Brennan(2) (Skiing), David Chodunsky (Skiing)
Susan Dunklee (Skiing), Glenn Randall (Skiing),
Elsa Sargent (Skiing)

Ivy League Rookie of the Year (1)
Brittney Smith (Women's Basketball

Ivy League Pitcher of the Year (1)
Russell Young (Baseball)

District Academic All-America (4)
Erik Bell (2nd team), Nick Christman (1st team),
Carli Clemis (2nd team), Sean Milligan (2nd team)


National Academic All-America (1)
Nick Christman (1st team, men's soccer)

Other Major Awards: Sydney Scott (women's basketball),
Charles T. Stoner Law Scholarship, Nick Christman (men's
soccer), NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship
Bob Whalen (baseball) New England Coach of the Year

BASEBALL (Bob Whalen, Head Coach — 359-377, 19yrs) 25-17, 15-5 Ivy (1st- Rolfe Division)
The Dartmouth Big Green surprised the critics with its best season since 2004 and its fouth Red Rolfe Division title but fell just short of an NCAA bid with an Ivy Championship series loss to Columbia. Seven members of the team were named All-Ivy including five first team selections: Russell Young '08 (Pitcher of the Year, unanimous pick), Damon Wright '08 (unanimous), Erik Bell '08 (unanimous), Michael Pagliarulo '09 (unanimous) and Nick Santomauro '10. Ryan Smith '11 was voted to the second team All-Ivy and Chase Carpenter '08 was honorable mention. Following the season, Wright and Young were selected in the MLB draft.
MEN’S BASKETBALL (Terry Dunn, Head Coach — 36-73, 4 yrs) 10-18, 3-11 Ivy (6th)
Dartmouth's Alex Barnett '09 was a force to be contended with in the Ivy League, ranking third in scoring en route to a second team All-Ivy nod. The Big Green had some thrilling wins in front of great Leede Arena crowds this season including victories over Harvard, Princeton and Vermont.
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL (Chris Wielgus, Head Coach — 345-249, 23 yrs) 15-16, 11-3 Ivy (1st tie)
Dartmouth women's basketball won the 16th Ivy League Championship in program history and the third title in the last four years. After losing out on an NCAA Tournament bid after an Ivy League playoff, the Big Green still made its fourth-straight postseason appearance with a WNIT bid for the second straight season. Guard Koren Schram '09 was named first team All-Ivy while forward Brittney Smith '11 was the unanimous pick for Rookie of the Year. Smith was named honorable mention All-Ivy along with senior Sydney Scott '08.
MEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (Barry Harwick ’77, Head Coach — 16 yrs) 7th at Heps

The performance of Harry Norton '08 this fall was a bright spot for the Big Green as he finished fifth at Heps, earning first team All-Ivy honors. He finished 17th at NCAA Regionals, leading Dartmouth to a sixth place finish. Norton and Glenn Randall '09 were both named first team All-Region.
WOMEN’S CROSS COUNTRY (Maribel Souther ’96, Head Coach — 5 yrs) 8th at Heps
Injuries thinned out the Big Green's lineup at Heps but Susan Dunklee '08 ended off a solid senior campaign as the Big Green's top finisher (15th). She also led the way for Dartmouth at NCAA Regionals, where the Green took 15th.
EQUESTRIAN (Sally Batton, Head Coach — 17 yrs) 2nd at Ivy Show
Dartmouth was named Reserve Champions at the All-Ivy Invitational with first place finishes in three events. Captain Daisy Freund '08 took first place in the Open Flat, a repeat of her NCAA-Qualifying finish at the Zone Finals two weeks earlier.
FIELD HOCKEY (Amy Fowler, Head Coach — 69-72, 7 yrs) 6-11, 2-6 Ivy (7th)
First Team All-Ivy pick Lizzie Bildner '08 was named to the All-Northeast Region by the NFHCA after scoring eight goals while Ashley Hines '09 was named second team All-Ivy. The Big Green's biggest win of the season was a 1-0 win over UMass, which led the Atlantic-10 at the time.
FOOTBALL (Buddy Teevens, Head Coach — 33-45-2, 8 yrs) 3-7, 3-4 Ivy (T-4th)
The Big Green took home three Ivy League wins this season, led by the play of linebacker Justin Cottrell '08, a first team All-Ivy and FCS All-America pick. Dartmouth had three players named to the second team All-Ivy including wide out Brian Evans '08, safety John Pircon '08 and offensive lineman Taylor Layman '08.
MEN’S GOLF (Rich Parker, Head Coach — 3 yrs) 7th at Ivy Championship
Jamie Wallace ’08 finished off his career as Dartmouth's low scorer at the Ivy League Championships, finishing 15th. The Big Green took 5th place at the New England Championship behind a final round 1-under par 71 from Davis Mullany '11.

WOMEN’S GOLF (Kevin Gibson, Head Coach — 11 yrs) 6th at Ivy Championship

The women's golf team took sixth place at the Ivy League Championship with Tory Sheppard '09 pacing the Big Green with a team-low score of 241. She finished 24th on the individual leaderboard.
MEN'S HOCKEY (Bob Gaudet '81, Head Coach - 163-151-41, 12 yrs) 12-16-4, 6-13-3 ECAC (T-10th), 1-9 Ivy (6th)
The Green earned non-league wins over Boston University, Northern Michigan and Vermont and captured the Riverstone Trophy by defeating UNH. Nick Johnson '08 was named first team All-Ivy and All-ECAC while freshman Evan Stephens '11 was selected to the Ivy League's sceond team and the ECAC's third team. Eleven players were chosen All-Academic ECAC.
WOMEN’S HOCKEY (Mark Hudak, Head Coach — 108-42-14, 5 yrs) 18-8-6, 15-6-4 ECAC 3rd), 6-2-2 Ivy (2nd)
Dartmouth made its 17th-straight appearance in the ECAC Hockey Tournament and its sixth appearance in the NCAA Tournament. The Big Green lost to Harvard in both the semifnals of the ECAC Hockey Tournament and in the NCAA Quarterfinals. Jenna Cunningham '10 earned All-ECACHL second team honors along with Maggie Kennedy '09 while Sarah Parsons '09 was named to the third team.
MEN’S LACROSSE (Bill Wilson, Head Coach — 39-35, 5 yrs) 7-7, 3-3 Ivy (T-4th)
The Dartmouth men's lacrosse team had a big improvement over last year's Ivy campaign including a thrilling upset of #10 Princeton in front of a tremendous Scully-Fahey crowd. Attack Ari Sussman '10 was named first team All-Ivy and defender Casey Hingtgen '10 was named to the second team.
WOMEN’S LACROSSE (Amy Patton, Head Coach — 179-80, 16 yrs) 7-9, 3-4 Ivy (5th)
The Big Green took on a schedule that rated the fourth strongest in the nation and had some big wins including an upset of #2 Princeton, then Ivy favorite. Kristen Barry '08 ended her career with her fourth All-Ivy nod as a first team pick while rookie Greta Meyer '11 was named second team All-Ivy. Both were named all-region.
MEN’S ROWING (Hvy. — Topher Bordeau, 2 yrs; Lght. — Steve Perry, 3 yrs) 1-6, 0-2 Ivy (HW), 4-2, 2-2 Ivy (LW)
The lightweight varsity went 4-2 on the season including Ivy wins over Harvard and Columbia and finished 5th in the Grand Final at Eastern Sprints. The heavyweights did better than expected at Eastern Sprints, winning the Third Level Final for a 13th overall finish out of 18 boats.
WOMEN’S ROWING (Wendy Levash, Head Coach — 3 yrs) 8-6, 2-2 Ivy
After missing out on a spot in the Eastern Sprints Grand Final by 0.2 seconds, the varsity eight rebounded by winning the Petite Final. During the regular season, the Big Green defeated Ivy foes Cornell and Penn.
SAILING (John Pearce and John Storck, Co-Head Coaches — 1 yr)
Becca Dellenbaugh '10 and Sarah Johnston '09 earned All New England Honors after being named NEISA Sailors of the Week for the week of April . As a team, Dartmouth narrowly missed qualification in the ICSA Women's Nationals, finishing just two points behind fifth-place BU at the New England Championships.
SKIING (Ruff Patterson, Cami Cardenali, Peter Dodge ’78 and Christine Booker, Coaches)
Coming off their national championship run, the Dartmouth skiers took fourth at NCAA's this year after defending their Eastern Intercollegiate Skiing Association title. the Big Green won five carnivasl throughout the season and had 12 named All-East. First team All-Americans included: Rosie Brennan '11, David Chodunsky '08, Susan Dunklee, Glenn Randall '09 and Elsa Sargent '08.
MEN’S SOCCER (Jeff Cook, Head Coach — 56-41-23, 7 yrs) 11-4-2, 5-1-1 Ivy (2nd)
Dartmouth was just one goal away from the Ivy League Championship but still made the program's third NCAA Tournament appearance in the last four years. Dartmouth's defense, led by first team All-Ivy defender Ale Frischeisen '08 and first team All-Ivy goalkeeper Sean Milligan '09 recorded nine shutouts. Craig Henderson '09, Daniel Keat '10 and Tom Lobben '08 were named second team All-Ivy while Nick Christman '08 was a first team ESPN the Magazine National Academic All-America pick and one of Dartmouth's valedictorians.
WOMEN’S SOCCER (Angie Hind, Head Coach — 29-18-4, 3 yrs) 5-9-2, 3-3-1 Ivy (T-4th)
The Dartmouth women's soccer team was in rebuilding mode after losing 10 seniors to graduation, but youth was served in Hanover as freshmen and sophomores filled the stat-sheets. Senior Annie Stanley '08 earned All-Ivy first team accolades for the Big Green while sophomore Ali Hubbard '10 picked up a second team All-Ivy nod. Maggie Goldstein '10 and Myra Sack '10 were honorable mention.
SOFTBALL (Christine Vogt, Head Coach — 53-97, 4 yrs) 13-25, 9-11 Ivy (2nd – North Division)
Dartmouth finished second to Harvard in the Ivy League North Division for the second straight season. The Big Green's nine Ivy wins is the third-best mark in program history. Christy Autin '10 earned second team All-Ivy accolades.
MEN’S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach — 126-66, 10 yrs) 13-8, 2-4 Ivy (4th)
With 13 wins Dartmouth equaled its win total of the 2005-06 season and its 13-5 record is the best since 2001-02. Andrew Boumford '09 finished the season ranked 30th out of 150 players nationally.
WOMEN’S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach — 102-54, 10 yrs) 10-6, 2-4 Ivy (5th)
Ashley Malenchak '08, who finished the season ranked 18th nationally, helped her squad to its seventh-straight winning record. She wsa named second team All-America while Hannah Conant '11 was the winner of the Holleran Second Round-Main Draw at the CSA Individual Championships.
MEN’S SWIMMING (Jim Wilson, Head Coach — 30-127-1, 14 yrs) 2-11, 0-8 EISL (9th)
Andrew Berry '08 was named second team All-Ivy after a third place finish in the 1-meter dive at the EISL Championship. He followed that by placing 8th at the NCAA Zones in the 1-meter. The Big Green got wins over Maine and Colgate during the year.
WOMEN’S SWIMMING (Jim Wilson, Head Coach — 8-17, 2 yrs) 4-10, 0-7 Ivy (8th)
The team set eight team records at the Ivy Championship. Liz Mancuso '08 was the top finisher throughout the championship, helping set four relay records and diver Julilanne Mifflin '08 qualified for NCAA Zones in diving and finished in 18th place. Mancuso also took home Dartmouth's Kenneth Archibald Prize for the top senior student-athlete.
MEN’S TENNIS (Chuck Kinyon, Head Coach — 264-242-1, 25 yrs) 6-12, 1-6 Ivy (7th)
The Big Green snapped a 10-year streak of losses against Princeton, beating the Tigers 5-2 on April 11. Captains Mark Brodie '08 and Jeffrey Schechtman '08 were named to first-team All-Ivy doubles, with Brodie also named to to the first team for his play at first singles.
WOMEN’S TENNIS (Bob Dallis, Head Coach 63-61 — 5 yrs) 16-4, 4-3 Ivy (4th)
Megan Zebroski '08, Molly Scott '11, Jesse Adler '10 and Mary Beth Winingham '10 were all named to All-Ivy teams, Zebroski and Scott making first team doubles. The Big Green's 16-4 record was the most successful in team history, setting a school record for wins. Dartmouth spent much of the season in the national top 75, topping out at 48th.
MEN’S TRACK AND FIELD Heps: 4th (In), 4th (Out) (Track — Barry Harwick ’77, 16 yrs; Field — Carl Wallin, 39 yrs)
Dartmouth took fourth at the Indoor Heps and five men were named All Ivy including: Mike Carmody '08 (800m, medley relay), Trevor Middleton '09 (medley relay), Harry Norton '09 (medley relay, 3000m) and Charlie Stoebe '08 (medley relay). At Outdoor Heps Tim Wunderlich '09 won the decathlon to lead the Big Green to a fourth place finish. Carmody repeated as All-Ivy with a second place finish in the 800m while Tyler Koskenoja '08 was second in the javelin.
WOMEN’S TRACK AND FIELD Heps: 8th (In), T-7th (Out)(Track — Sandra Ford-Centonze , 16 yrs; Field — Carl Wallin, 39 yrs)
A highlight of the indoor season was Jessica Long's '08 second place finish in the weight throw at Indoor Heps. The distance medley relay team of CAitlin Cunningham '09, Andrea Imhoff '11, MArcy Van Arnam '09 and Kaleigh Wood '11 took eighth at ECAC's, earning All-East honors. Emily Daly '09 was named first team All-Ivy after winning the hammer at Outdoor Heps, while Long ws second in the hammer and Natalie Todd-Zebell '09 took second in the pole vault.
WOMEN’S VOLLEYBALL (Ann Marie Larese, Head Coach — 174-193, 14 yrs) 15-9, 8-6 Ivy (4th)
Dartmouth's overall record was its first winning record since 1999 while its Ivy record was the best in program history and the Big Green began its sesaon winning 12 of its first 15 matches. Katie Hirsch '08 was named first team All-Ivy while Jess Thomas '09 and Morgan Covington '10 were honorable mention.