2004-05 Highlights - Intercollegiate Sports


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

Ivy League Champions (3)
Men's Soccer
Women's Basketball
Women's Lacrosse
ECAC Tournaments (2)
Men's Hockey (Quarterfinals)
Women's Hockey (Finals)
National Championship Appearances (9) Nationally Ranked Teams (11)
Women's Basketball (NCAA)
Men's Heavyweight Crew (IRA Regatta)
Women's Hockey (NCAA)
Women's Lacrosse (NCAA)
Sailing (ICSA Nationals)
Skiing (NCAA)
Men's Soccer (NCAA) Men's Squash (CSA Team Championship)
Women's Squash (Howe Cup)
Men's Heavyweight Crew (6)
Men's Lightweight Crew (10)
Men's Hockey (12)
Women's Hockey (2)
Men's Lacrosse (11)
Women's Lacrosse (2)
Sailing (2)
Skiing (5)
Men's Squash (8)
Women's Squash (5)
Women's Tennis (63)
(highest ranking in parenthesis)
First Team All-Ivy Athletes: 23
First Team All-America: 8
Courtney Calise '07, Dave Chodounsky '08,
Katieanne Christian '05, Alison Crocker '06,
Ryan Donegan '06, Clementine James '05,
Elisabeth Kreter '05, Erik Storck '07
District Academic All-America Athletes: 7
Alison Crocker '06, Claire DeWalt '05,
Josh Dooley '06, Sean Furey '04,
Erin Osborn '05, Melanie Schorr '06, Lee Stempniak '05
National Academic All-America Athletes: 4
Alison Crocker '06, Sean Furey '04,
Erin Osborn '05, Lee Stempniak '05

Other Major Awards:Josie Harper, Katherine Ley Award


BASEBALL (Bob Whalen, Head Coach -- 296-312, 16 yrs) 14-21, 8-12 Ivy (4th - Rolfe Division)
Will Bashelor '07 was named to the All-Ivy first team, while Josh Bailey '05, Jeff Speights '05 and Brian Zurhellen '05 were honorable mention picks. Bashelor led the Big Green in batting (.352), hits (45) and slugging (.547) while leading the Ivy League and setting a school record with 30 steals on 33 attempts.

MEN'S BASKETBALL (Terry Dunn, Head Coach -- 10-17, 1 yr) 10-17, 7-7 Ivy (T-3rd)
The team beat Princeton, 50-42, to break a seven-game losing streak against the Tigers and went on to the second-best Ivy turnaround in league history. David Gardner '05 was second team All-Ivy, while Mike Lang '06 was honorable mention. Gardner was named the team MVP for the second straight year. Lang set a school record by making 48-50 free throws (96.0 percent).

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (Chris Wielgus, Head Coach -- 293-209, 20 yrs) 17-11, 12-2 Ivy (T-1st)
Dartmouth won the Ivy title and beat Harvard in a one-game playoff to advance to the NCAA tournament, where it faced defending national champion Connecticut. Elise Morrison '07 earned first team All-Ivy honors, while Angie Soriaga '06 and Ashley Taylor '07 were second team picks. Jeannie Cullen '06 garnered All-Ivy honorable mention accolades and Sydney Scott '08 was tabbed for the All-Rookie team.

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (Barry Harwick '77, Head Coach -- 13 yrs) 2nd at Heps
Ben True '08 finished 10th at Heps to earn second team All-Ivy honors. The Big Green fell just nine points shy of Columbia in the battle for the team title. Ian Marcus '07 placed 15th, while Dave Burnham '06, Quinn Thomas '05 and Steve Mucchetti '07 finished 17th, 18th and 19th respectively.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (Maribel Sanchez Souther '96, Coach -- 2 yrs) 4th at Heps
Melanie Schorr '06 ran a personal best time of 17:31.7 to grab eighth place and second team All-Ivy honors. Susan Dunklee '08 finished in 11th place.

EQUESTRIAN (Sally Batton, Head Coach -- 14 yrs) 2nd at Ivy Show
The team finished second at the Ivy League Show and Tami Martin '08 won three blue ribbons, including the intermediate flat championship. Also winning blue ribbons for Dartmouth were Tim Malone '07, Katherine Scovner '08, Daisy Freund '08 and Kate Wooler '08.

FIELD HOCKEY (Amy Fowler, Head Coach -- 51-39, 5 yrs) 8-9, 4-3 Ivy (4th)
The Big Green beat Princeton for the first time since 1988 and snapped the Tigers' 32-game Ivy League winning streak. Ashley Choren '05, Lauren Balukjian '06 and Audrey Knutson '07 were named to the All-Ivy second team.

FOOTBALL (John Lyons, Head Coach -- 60-68-1, 13 yrs) 1-9, 1-6 Ivy (T-7th)
Ryan Conger '05, Anthony Gargiulo '06 and Clayton Smith '05 were first team All-Ivy selections. Josh Dooley '06 earned second team All-Ivy honors and was a CoSIDA District I Academic All-American. Buddy Tevens '79, who as a player led Dartmouth to the 1978 Ivy League championship and as a coach led Dartmouth to back-to-back Ivy titles in 1990 and 1991, returns to Hanover as the head coach in 2005.

MEN'S GOLF (Jason Calhoun, Head Coach -- 4 yrs) 6th at Ivy Championship
Jamie Wallace '08 had the team's best showing at the Ivy championship, finishing in a tie for 10th, while Chaki Kobayashi '06 placed 16th.

WOMEN'S GOLF (Kevin Gibson, Head Coach -- 8 yrs) 7th at Ivy Championship
Hayley Stevens '07 was tied for 20th at the Ivy League championship.

MEN'S HOCKEY (Bob Gaudet '81, Head Coach -- 114-111-32, 8 yrs) 20-13-2, 14-8 ECACHL (5th) 6-4 Ivy (3rd)
The team posted a winning record for the fifth consecutive season. Lee Stempniak '05 was an All-America pick for the second consecutive season. Stempniak also earned first team All-Ivy and first team All-ECACHL honors. Nick Johnson '08 was named to the ECACHL All-Rookie team. After defeating Yale in the first round of the ECACHL playoffs, Dartmouth fell to Vermont in the ECACHL quarterfinals.

WOMEN'S HOCKEY (Mark Hudak, Head Coach -- 51-16-2, 2 yrs) 27-8, 16-4 ECACHL(2nd) 7-3 Ivy (2nd)
The team won 20 games for the sixth straight year and advanced to the NCAA Frozen Four for the fourth time in five seasons. Katie Weatherston '06, Tiffany Hagge '06 and Alana BreMiller '05 earned second team All-ECACHL recognition. In the ECACHL playoffs, Dartmouth beat Colgate in the quarterfinals and St. Lawrence in the semifinals before falling to Harvard in the ECACHL championship game.

MEN'S LACROSSE (Bill Wilson, Head Coach -- 16-9, 2 yrs) 8-4, 4-2 Ivy (T-2nd)
The Big Green upset No. 4 Maryland early in the season. Ben Grinnell '05, Pat Keeley '05 and Jamie Coffin '06 were named to the All-Ivy first team. The team narrowly missed its first-ever at-large NCAA bid.

WOMEN'S LACROSSE (Amy Patton, Head Coach -- 149-58, 14 yrs) 16-3, 7-0 Ivy (1st)
The team won the Ivy title and advanced to the NCAA semifinals before falling to eventual national champion Northwestern. Katieanne Christian '05, Whitney Douthett '07, Erin Osborn '05 and Devon Wills '06 all earned first team All-Ivy recognition.

MEN'S ROWING (Hvy. -- Scott Armstrong, 14 yrs; Lght. -- Dick Grossman, 30 yrs) 5-4, 0-2 Ivy (HW) 3-5, 0-4 Ivy (LW)
Heavyweight rower Peter Noteboom '05 won a prestigious Marshall scholarship. The heavyweight varsity eight finished eighth at the Eastern Sprints, while the lightweight varsity eight was 11th.

WOMEN'S ROWING (Molly McHugh, Head Coach -- 4 yrs) 5-7, 1-3 Ivy
Kate Davison '07 was named to the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association (CRCA) All-America second team and the CRCA All-New England Region first team. The team finished 12th at the Eastern Sprints.

SAILING (Brian Stanford, Head Coach -- 1 yr)
Dartmouth teams finished 6th at the ICSA Women's National Championship, 6th at the ICSA Team Racing National Championship and 3rd at the ICSA Co-ed National Championship. Erik Storck '07, Clementine James '05, Elisabeth Kreter '05 and Emily East '06 were voted All-America.

SKIING (Ruff Patterson, Cami Cardenali, Peter Dodge '78 and Christine Booker, Coaches)
The team finished fifth of 22 squads at the NCAA championship. Courtney Calise '07, Dave Chodounsky '08 and Alison Crocker '06 were first team All-America selections.

MEN'S SOCCER (Jeff Cook, Head Coach -- 29-26-13, 4 yrs) 7-3-7, 5-0-2 Ivy (1st)
The team won its second Ivy title in three years and advanced to the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2000. Oliver Harker-Smith '05, Mark Limpert '07 and Rowan Anders '07 were named to the All-Ivy first team, while Scott Darci '05, Darnell Nance '06, Lucas Richardson '07 and P.J. Scheufele '06 were selected to the second team.

WOMEN'S SOCCER (Ben Landis, Head Coach -- 16-12-6, 2 yrs) 7-6-4, 2-3-2 Ivy (5th)(1st)
Christina Ferraris '06, Jennie Tonneson '06 and Sarah Johnson '07 all earned second team All-Ivy honors, while Megan Wijas '06 and Annie Stanley '08 garnered honorable mention. Assistant coach Angie Hind was promoted to head coach following the season, replacing Ben Landis who took a job at Bucknell.

SOFTBALL (Christine Vogt, Head Coach -- 10-26-1, 1 yr) 10-26-1, 5-9 Ivy (6th)
Kerry Conway '05, Jodee Thompson '05 and Kelly Fry '07 were named to the All-Ivy second team. Thompson graduates as Dartmouth's all-time home run leader with 13.

MEN'S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach -- 66-35, 7 yrs) 8-7, 1-5 Ivy (6th)
Ryan Donegan '05 was a first team All-Ivy and first team All-America selection. The team finished 8th at the CSA team championship.

WOMEN'S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach -- 61-28, 7 yrs) 8-4, 3-3 Ivy (4th)
Julia Drury '06 earned second team All-America recognition. The squad finished 5th at the Howe Cup.

MEN'S SWIMMING (Jim Wilson, Head Coach -- 26-98-1, 11 yrs) 2-7, 0-7 EISL (9th)
Michael Hipps '05 set a school record in the 100 fly, en route to a fourth place finish at the EISL (Eastern Intercollegiate Swim League) Championship. Sean Robinson '05 was an Academic All-Ivy pick.

WOMEN'S SWIMMING (Joann Brislin, Head Coach -- 28-71, 8 yrs) 2-9, 0-6 Ivy (8th)
Mariah Cunnick '06, Lizzie Rippe '07, Kristin Simunovich '06 and Liz Mancuso '08 combined to set school records in the 200 freestyle relay and the 400 freestyle relay at the Ivy League championship. Lauren Betzing '07 turned in a school record in the 200-yard butterfly at the Ivy championship.

MEN'S TENNIS (Chuck Kinyon, Head Coach -- 246-195-1, 22 yrs) 8-14, 0-7 Ivy (8th)
David Webb '05 was an Academic All-Ivy selection. Dave Waslen '07 led the team with a combined 36 victories - 17 in singles and 19 in doubles.

WOMEN'S TENNIS (Bob Dallis, 34-30 -- 3 yrs) 13-8, 3-4 Ivy (4th)
The team was ranked as high as No. 63 in the country and posted wins over No. 66 Boston College and No. 65 Pacific. Jayme Ahmed '05 was named first team All-Ivy in singles and paired with Megan Zebroski '08 to earn first team honors in doubles. Lindsay Winingham '07 was a second team All-Ivy pick.

MEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Heps: 5th (In), T-2nd (Out) (Track -- Barry Harwick '77, 13 yrs; Field -- Carl Wallin, 36 yrs)
Mustafa Abdur-Rahim '04 was second in the decathlon and Sean Furey '04 was third in the javelin at the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.

WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Heps: 6th (In), 7th (Out) (Track -- Sandra Ford-Centonze , 13 yrs; Field -- Carl Wallin, 36 yrs)
Kelsey Wiegmann '06 won the pentathlon at the Indoor Heps and the javelin at the Outdoor Heps.

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL (Ann Marie Larese, Head Coach -- 135-160, 11 yrs) 6-18, 3-11 Ivy (7th)
Sarah Nadler '06 was an honorable mention All-Ivy and Academic All-Ivy selection for the second consecutive year.

2004-05 Club Sports Highlights


Cycling
The team finished first in New England and third in the nation.

Fencing
Won New Englands and took fifth nationally.

Figure Skating
Won the national championship for the second year in a row.

Men's Rugby
Tied for ninth in the country.

Women's Rugby
Emily Battle '05, Erin Garnett '06 and Kirsten Ahrendt '07 were named to the Northeast select side.

Men's Ultimate Frisbee
Finished third in New England; missed qualifying for Nationals by one point.

Women's Ultimate Frisbee
Won the Northeast championship and tied for ninth in the nation.

Women's Water Polo
Finished second in the country for the second consecutive year.