2003-04 Highlights - Intercollegiate Sports


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

Ivy League Champions (2) Division Champions (1)
Women's Hockey
Women's Soccer
Baseball

ECAC Tournaments (2)
Men's Hockey (semifinals)
Women's Hockey (semifinals)
National Championship Appearances (9) Nationally Ranked Teams (12)
Men's Heavyweight Crew (IRA Regatta)
Men's Lightweight Crew (IRA Regatta)
Women's Hockey (NCAA)
Women's Lacrosse (NCAA)
Sailing (ICSA Nationals)
Skiing (NCAA)
Women's Soccer (NCAA) Men's Squash (CSA Team Championship)
Women's Squash (Howe Cup)
Men's Heavyweight Crew (10)
Men's Lightweight Crew (4)
Women's Cross Country (29)
Men's Hockey (11)
Women's Hockey (1)
Men's Lacrosse (15)
Women's Lacrosse (6)
Sailing (1)
Men's Soccer (25)
Men's Squash (5)
Women's Squash (6)
Women's Tennis (68)
(highest ranking in parenthesis)
First Team All-Ivy Athletes: 26
First Team All-Ivy America: 12
District Academic All-America Athletes: 3
National Academic All-America Athletes: 1


BASEBALL (Bob Whalen, Head Coach - 282-291, 15 yrs) 25-17, 15-5 Ivy (1st in Rolfe Division)
Won the Red Rolfe Division before falling to Princeton in the Ivy playoff series. Ed Lucas ’04 was named the Ivy Player of the Year and Stephen Perry ’07 earned Ivy Rookie of the Year honors. Overall, 10 Big Green players earned a spot on an All-Ivy team.

MEN'S BASKETBALL (Dave Faucher, Head Coach - 136-208, 13 yrs) 3-25, 1-13 Ivy (8th)
Leon Pattman ’07 was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year, while Mike McLaren ’05 earned Academic All-Ivy honors. Following the season, Dave Faucher resigned and Colorado assistant Terry Dunn was named to replace him.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (Chris Wielgus, Head Coach - 260-189, 19 yrs) 15-12, 8-6 Ivy (4th)
Elise Morrison ’07 was tabbed the Ivy League Rookie of the Year. Jeannie Cullen earned second team All-Ivy honors and Angie Soriaga ’06 received honorable mention recognition. At the annual Blue Sky Restaurant Classic, the Big Green upset national power Kansas in the opening round.

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (Barry Harwick '77, Head Coach - 12 yrs) 4th at Heps
Jarrod Shoemaker ’04 finished sixth at Heps to earn first team All-Ivy honors, while Kevin Arnold ’05 placed eighth at Heps to garner second team recognition.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (Maribel Sanchez Souther '96, Interim Coach - 1 yr) 3rd at Heps
Melanie Schorr ’06 finished eighth at Heps to earn second team All-Ivy honors. She also qualified for the NCAA championship where she placed 144th out of 252 runners. Kristen Ettensohn ’05 and Betsy Burke ’06 also garnered second team All-Ivy recognition by finishing 10th and 14th respectively at Heps.

EQUESTRIAN (Sally Batton, Head Coach - 13 yrs) 3rd at Ivy Show
The team finished third at the Ivy League Show and three Big Green riders won blue ribbons, including Elyssa Gelman ’06 in intermediate fences, Tim Malone ’07 in open fences and Abby Donahue ’06 in novice fences.

FIELD HOCKEY (Amy Fowler, Head Coach - 43-30, 4 yrs) 6-11, 3-4 Ivy (5th)
Rebekka Stucker ’04 earned first team All-Ivy honors and six players were named to the NFHCA National Academic Squad. The Big Green finished the season strong, winning six of its final seven games.

FOOTBALL (John Lyons, Head Coach - 59-59-1, 12 yrs) 5-5, 4-3 Ivy (2nd-tie)
The team finished strong by winning five of its final six games. Casey Cramer '04 played in the East-West Shrine Game and was drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Jay Barnard ’04 became the school’s all-time leading receiver and earned first team All-Ivy honors. Ryan Conger ’05 was also a first team All-Ivy pick.

MEN'S GOLF (Jason Calhoun, Head Coach - 3 yrs) 7th at Ivy Championship
Kenan Yount ’06 tied for 11th at the Ivy championship and Matt Uretsky ’07 tied for 16th. Jeremiah Daly ’04 was an Academic All-Ivy honoree.

WOMEN'S GOLF (Kevin Gibson, Head Coach - 7 yrs) 4th at Ivy Championship
Shannon Rogers 10th place finish at the Ivy League Championship led Dartmouth. Kathy Birchall ’04 finished 17th and Hayley Stevens ’07 was tied for 20th as Dartmouth finished fourth as a team. Birchall earned Academic All-Ivy honors.

MEN'S HOCKEY (Bob Gaudet '81, Head Coach - 94-98-30, 7 yrs) 14-11-9, 10-5-7 ECAC (4th-tie)
The team posted a winning record for the fourth consecutive season and defeated RPI in the ECAC playoffs before falling to Harvard in the ECAC semifinals. Lee Stempniak ’05 was a first team All-America, first team All-ECAC and first team All-Ivy selection.

WOMEN'S HOCKEY (Mark Hudak, Head Coach - 24-8-2, 1 yr) 24-8-2, 14-3-1 ECAC (3rd)
The team won the Ivy title and advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four for the third time in four seasons. Katie Weatherston ’06 was a New England All-Star and earned second team All-Ivy recognition along with Gillian Apps ’06, Sarah Clark ’04 and Louise Pietrangelo ’04.

MEN'S LACROSSE (Bill Wilson, Head Coach - 8-5, 1 yr) 8-5, 3-3 Ivy (3rd)
Ben Grinnell ’05 and Patrick Keeley ’05 earned first team All-Ivy honors. Both also earned a spot on the All-New England first team with Jamie Coffin ’06. The team posted a five-game winning streak early in the season and closed the campaign with a win over Harvard to finish tied for third in the Ivy League.

WOMEN'S LACROSSE (Amy Patton, Head Coach - 133-55, 12 yrs) 11-6, 6-1 Ivy (2nd)
The team defeated UNH in the first round of the NCAA tournament before falling to No. 1 Princeton in the quarterfinals. Lana Smith ’04, Rowan Smith ’04 and Devon Wills ’06 were all named first team All-Ivy.

MEN'S ROWING (Heavies - Scott Armstrong, 13 yrs; Lights - Dick Grossman, 29 yrs)
Peter Noteboom ’05 was an Academic All-Ivy selection in heavyweight crew and John Hertzer ’04 was an honoree in lightweight crew. The heavyweight varsity eight finished sixth at the IRA regatta.

WOMEN'S ROWING (Molly McHugh, Head Coach - 3 yrs)
Anna Sjogren ’06 was named first team All-New England and Jackie Chamberlain ’04, Erica Finsness ’04, Gretchen Gehrke ’05 and Julia Saraidaridis ’05 were named National Scholar Athletes.

SAILING (Brian Doyle, Head Coach - 10 yrs)
Dartmouth teams combined for second place in the Fowle Trophy standings, finishing fifth at the ICSA Women’s National Championship, third at the ICSA Ronstan Team Racing National Championship and fifth at the ICSA Gill Co-ed National Championship. Scott Hogan ’04 was the runner-up for the Everett B. Morris Trophy College Sailor of the Year award.

SKIING (Ruff Patterson, Cami Cardenali, Peter Dodge and Christine Booker, Coaches)
The team finished eighth of 22 squads at the NCAA championship. Courtney Calise ’07, Alison Crocker ’06, Andrew Hunter ’04 and Paul McDonald ’06 were named first team All-East.

MEN'S SOCCER (Jeff Cook, Head Coach - 22-23-6, 3 yrs) 6-9-2, 1-6 Ivy (8th)
Rob Daly ’04 earned a spot on the All-Ivy first team after leading the 2003 squad in scoring with 10 goals and 20 points. He finished second in the Ivy League in points and tied for the League lead in goals. The team opened the season with a six-game unbeaten streak (4-0-2) before suffering injuries to key players.

WOMEN'S SOCCER (Ben Landis, Head Coach - 9-6-2, 1 yr) 9-6-2, 6-0-1 Ivy (1st)
The team won its fourth Ivy title in the past six seasons and advanced to the NCAA tournament for sixth straight year before losing to Florida State in the first round. Claire DeWalt ’05, Lea Kiefer ’04 and Anne Marbarger ’05 all earned first team All-Ivy recognition.

SOFTBALL (Jen Goodwin, Interim Head Coach - 17-20, 1 yr) 17-20, 5-9 Ivy (7th)
Danica Giugliano ’04 pitched the fourth no-hitter in Dartmouth history when she shut down Columbia on April 17. Jodee Thompson ’05 and Jess Reiten ’06 earned first team All-Ivy honors.

MEN'S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach - 58-28, 6 yrs) 12-4, 3-3 Ivy (4th)
Ryan Donegan ’05 was a first team All-Ivy and first team All-America selection. The team finished fifth at the CSA team championship.

WOMEN'S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach - 53-24, 6 yrs) 8-5, 2-4 Ivy (6th)
Julia Drury ’06 earned second team All-America recognition. The squad finished sixth at the Howe Cup.

MEN'S SWIMMING & DIVING (Jim Wilson, Head Coach - 24-91-1, 10 yrs) 6-6, 3-6 EISL (6th)
Tom Sanford ’04 set three school records at the EISL championship and was an Academic All-Ivy pick. As a team, the Big Green set nine school records during the event.

WOMEN'S SWIMMING (Joann Brislin, Head Coach - 26-62, 7 yrs) 3-8, 1-6 Ivy (7th)
Lauren Gilhooly ’04 was named the team’s outstanding swimmer and earned Academic All-Ivy honors. The team set two school records at the Ivy League championship and divers Kate Brodie ’06 and Erin Bingham ’05 competed at the NCAA Zone A diving championship.

MEN'S TENNIS (Chuck Kinyon, Head Coach - 238-181-1, 21 yrs) 9-14, 1-6 Ivy (7th)
David Webb ’05 was a second team All-Ivy pick in singles and an Academic All-Ivy selection.

WOMEN'S TENNIS (Bob Dallis, 21-22 - 2 yrs) 13-8, 2-5 Ivy (5th)
The team earned its first national ranking since 2002 and was ranked as high as No. 68 in the country. The squad won 13 of its first 16 matches, including an upset of No. 66 Florida Atlantic. Jayme Ahmed ’05 was named first team All-Ivy in singles.

MEN'S TRACK AND FIELD (Track - Barry Harwick '77, 12 yrs; Field - Carl Wallin, 35 yrs) Heps: 8th (Indoor), 4th (Outdoor)
Mustafa Adbur-Rahim ’04 was voted the Outstanding Performer at the Indoor Heps for the second year in a row. During the outdoor season, he shattered his own school record in the decathlon and qualified for the NCAA championships and the Olympic trials. His score ranks him third nationally in the decathlon.

WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD (Sandra Ford-Centonze, 12 yrs; Field - Carl Wallin, 35 yrs) Heps: 6th (Indoor), 7th (Outdoor)
At the Indoor Heps, Kelsey Wiegmann ’06 tied for second in the high jump, while Jamila Smith ’06 finished second in the shot. Wiegmann won the heptathlon at the Outdoor Heps.

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL (Ann Marie Larese, Head Coach - 129-142, 10 yrs) 9-16, 3-11 Ivy (6th)
Sarah Nadler ’06 was an honorable mention All-Ivy and Academic All-Ivy selection. The team opened the season with six victories in its first seven matches.

2003-04 Club Sports Highlights


Cycling
The team won the Division II national championship for the third straight year. Mike Barton finished first in road race, first in criterium and won the omnium title.

Fencing
Meredith Wilson ’07 earned second team All-USACFC honors.

Figure Skating
Won the national championship. Taylor Grant ’06 won the senior short program.

Men's Rugby
Went 4-3 in league play and did not qualify for Northeasterns.

Women's Rugby
Went 5-0 in League Play and won the NERFU (New England Rugby Football Union) championship.

Women's Ultimate Frisbee
Finished third in the Northeast and qualified for the Sweet 16/ National Championship, where they finished in a tie for ninth place.

Women's Water Polo
The team defeated Utah in the national semifinals before falling to Cal Poly in the championship game. Samantha Klau ’05, Sara Rosa ’07, and Gillian Morshedi ’04 were all named to the All-Tournament team and Jim Wilson was named the Coach of the Year.