2005-06 Highlights - Intercollegiate Sports


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

Ivy League Champions (3)
Women's Basketball
Men's Cross Country
Men's Soccer
ECACHL Tournaments (2) ECACHL Champions (1)
Men's Hockey (Semifinals)
Women's Hockey (Quarterfinals)
Men's Hockey
National Championship Appearances (11) Nationally Ranked Teams (14)
Women's Basketball (NCAA)
Men's Heavyweight Crew (IRA Regatta)
Men's Lightweight Crew (IRA Regatta)
Men's Cross Country (NCAA)
Women's Lacrosse (NCAA)
Sailing (ICSA Nationals)
Skiing (NCAA)
Men's Soccer (NCAA)
Women's Soccer (NCAA)
Men's Squash (CSA Team Championship)
Women's Squash (Howe Cup)
Men's Lightweight Crew (3)
Women's Crew (10)
Men's Cross Country (15)
Men's Hockey (14)
Women's Hockey (6)
Men's Lacrosse (14)
Women's Lacrosse (3)
Sailing (2)
Skiing (3)
Men's Soccer (23)
Women's Soccer (24)
Men's Squash (7)
Women's Squash (6)
Men's Tennis (75)
(highest ranking in parenthesis)
First Team All-Ivy Athletes: 32
First Team All-America: 11
Alison Crocker, Lizzy Cuneo,
Karl Johnson, Killarney Loufek,
Glenn Randall, Melanie Schorr,
Michelanne Shields, Erik Storck,
Ben True (two sports), Kristen Zimmer

Ivy League Player of the Year (1) Mike Ouellette (Hockey)

District Academic All-America Athletes: 10
Jacob Aguiar (1st team), Nick Bonacci (1st),
Nick Christman (2nd), Alison Crocker (1st),
Jeannie Cullen (3rd), Josh Dooley (1st),
Kelly Fry (2nd), Colleen Kelly (2nd),
Rob Kerris (1st), Ashley Taylor (3rd)

National Academic All-America (3)
Alison Crocker (1st team), Josh Dooley (2nd),
Melanie Schorr (1st)

Other Major Awards:Alison Crocker, Rhodes Scholarship; Melanie Schorr, NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship;
Bob Gaudet, ECACHL Coach of the Year


BASEBALL (Bob Whalen, Head Coach -- 316-330, 17 yrs) 20-19, 13-7 Ivy (2nd - Rolfe Division)
The team came within one game of the Rolfe Division title. Josh Faiola '06 and Will Bashelor '07 were
both named first team All-Ivy, while Damon Wright '08 earned second team All-Ivy honors.

MEN'S BASKETBALL (Terry Dunn, Head Coach -- 17-37, 2 yrs) 6-21, 4-10 Ivy (T-7th)
Mike Lang '06 was a second team All-Ivy pick. He led the conference in three-point field goal percentage at 42.1 percent and was sixth in assists at 2.89 apg. Seven losses were by six or fewer points, including a 66-60 decision at New Mexico.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL (Chris Wielgus, Head Coach -- 315-219, 21 yrs) 23-7, 12-2 Ivy (T-1st)
Dartmouth won the Ivy title for the second straight year and beat Brown and Princeton in Ivy League playoff games to advance to the NCAA tournament, where it nearly upset Rutgers before falling 63-58. Angie Soriaga '06 and Jeannie Cullen '06 earned first team All-Ivy honors, while Ashley Taylor '07 garnered All-Ivy honorable mention accolades.

MEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (Barry Harwick '77, Head Coach -- 14 yrs) 1st at Heps
The Big Green had five runners in the top 12 as it won the Heps championship. Ben True '08 won the race in 24:36.2 and he was followed closely by Alec Wall '08 (4th), Dave Burnham '06 (6th) and Ian Marcus '07 (7th) who all earned first team All-Ivy honors. Harry Norton '08 was 12th and earned a spot on the All-Ivy second team. At the NCAAs, Dartmouth was 15th out of 31 teams and True was 32nd individually.

WOMEN'S CROSS COUNTRY (Maribel Sanchez Souther '96, Coach -- 3 yrs) 7th at Heps
Hilary Dionne '07 finished sixth and Melanie Schorr '06 was seventh at the Heps as both earned first team All-Ivy honors. Schorr was 22nd of 253 runners at the NCAA championship.

EQUESTRIAN (Sally Batton, Head Coach -- 15 yrs) 3rd at Ivy Show
The team finished third at the Ivy League Show and Janelle Moerlein '06 won blue ribbons in intermediate fences and intermediate flat. At the Equestrian Nationals, Tim Malone '07 finished third in the Cacchione Cup and Daisy Freund '08 was seventh in individual open fences.

FIELD HOCKEY (Amy Fowler, Head Coach -- 60-47, 6 yrs) 9-8, 5-2 Ivy (Tie 2nd)
Jessica Saraceno '06 and Whitney Waugh '08 were first team All-Ivy selections. Waugh had 20 points, leading the team with seven goals and six assists. Lauren Balukjian '06 earned Academic All-Ivy honors. The team closed the season with victories in four of the last five games, including a 2-1 win at Harvard.

FOOTBALL (Buddy Teevens, Head Coach -- 28-30-2, 6 yrs) 2-8, 1-6 Ivy (7th)
Anthony Gargiulo '06 was a first team All-Ivy selection, while Josh Dooley '06, Ryan Fuselier '06 and Steve Jensen '05 earned second team All-Ivy honors. Dooley was also an Academic All-Ivy selection.

MEN'S GOLF (Rich Parker, Head Coach -- 1 yr) T-6th at Ivy Championship
Matt Uretsky '07 had the team's best showing at the Ivy championship, finishing tied for 12th, while Kenan Yount '06 tied for 23rd. Yount was also an Academic All-Ivy honoree.

WOMEN'S GOLF (Kevin Gibson, Head Coach -- 9 yrs) 7th at Ivy Championship
Hayley Stevens '07 was tied for 16th at the Ivy League championship, while Annie Daher '07 placed 23rd.

MEN'S HOCKEY (Bob Gaudet '81, Head Coach -- 133-123-34, 9 yrs) 19-12-2, 14-6-2 ECACHL (T-1st)
6-3-1 Ivy (T-2nd)
The team won the ECACHL regular season title for the first time in school history and posted a winning record for the sixth consecutive season. Mike Ouellette '06 was a second team All-America pick. He also earned first team All-Ivy and first team All-ECACHL honors and was named the Ivy Player of the Year and the ECACHL's Best Defensive Forward. David Jones '08 and Grant Lewis '07 also were first team All-Ivy picks. After defeating Yale in the ECACHL quarterfinals, Dartmouth fell to Harvard in the semifinals.

WOMEN'S HOCKEY (Mark Hudak, Head Coach -- -- 63-29-6, 3 yrs) 12-13-4, 9-8-3 ECACHL (T-6th)
4-5-1 Ivy (T-4th)
Shannon Bowman '09 earned second team All-Ivy recognition. In the ECACHL playoffs, Dartmouth fell to Brown in the ECACHL quarterfinals. Caroline Ethier '07 was an Academic All-Ivy honoree. Four players took the year off to compete in the Olympics, as Gillian Apps '06, Cherie Piper '06 and Katie Weatherston '06 earned gold medals for Canada. Sarah Parsons '10 captured a bronze for Team USA.

MEN'S LACROSSE (Bill Wilson, Head Coach -- -- 24-16, 3 yrs) 8-7, 3-3 Ivy (T-4th)
Jamie Coffin '06 and Brad Heritage '06 along with Nick Bonacci '07 were named first team All-Ivy while Ben Lovejoy '06 was chosen second team. Bonacci was an honorable mention All-America pick. Dartmouth was close in three games, losing by only one goal to Notre Dame, Penn and Penn State.

WOMEN'S LACROSSE (Amy Patton, Head Coach -- 163-64, 15 yrs) 14-6, 5-2 Ivy (3rd)
The team advanced to the NCAA Final Four and defeated Notre Dame, 14-8, in the national semifinals before falling to Northwestern, 7-4, in the national championship game. Lizzy Cuneo '06, Whitney Douthett '07 and Kristen Zimmer '06 were first team All-Ivy picks, while Devon Wills '06 earned second team All-Ivy recognition. Cuneo and Zimmer were first team IWLCA/US Lacrosse All-America picks.

MEN'S ROWING (Hvy. --Buzz Congram, interim, 1 yr; Lght. -- Steve Perry, 1 yr) 1-7, 0-2 Ivy (HW)
4-1, 3-0 Ivy (LW)
The heavyweight varsity eight finished 16th at the Eastern Sprints, while the lightweight varsity eight was sixth.

WOMEN'S ROWING (Wendy Levash, Head Coach -- 1 yr) 7-2, 4-2 Ivy
The varsity eight finished sixth at the Eastern Sprints, its best showing since taking sixth in 1998.

SAILING (Brian Stanford, Head Coach -- 2 yrs)
Dartmouth finished fifth at the ICSA Women's National Championship and fifth at the ICSA Co-ed National Championship. Erik Storck '07 was honored as a coed All-America skipper and Killarney Loufek '07 received All-America crew honors. Emily East '06 was voted honorable mention All-America.

SKIING (Ruff Patterson, Cami Cardenali, Peter Dodge '78 and Christine Booker, Coaches)
Dartmouth finished third at the NCAA championship, its best team finish since 1982. Alison Crocker '06, Karl Johnson '06, Glenn Randall '09, Michelanne Shields '08 and Ben True '08 were All-America selections.

MEN'S SOCCER (Jeff Cook, Head Coach -- 39-29-18, 5 yrs) 10-3-5, 5-1-1 Ivy (T-1st)
The team won its second straight Ivy title and its third in the past four years. Rowan Anders '07, Lucas Richardson '07 and P.J. Scheufele '06 were named to the All-Ivy first team, while Darnell Nance '06 was selected to the second team. Jacob Aguiar '07 was an Academic All-Ivy honoree.

WOMEN'S SOCCER (Angie Hind, Head Coach -- 12-5-1, 1 yr) 12-5-1, 5-2 Ivy (T-2nd)
Sarah Johnson '07 earned first team All-Ivy honors, while Megan Wijas '06 and Colleen Kelly '07 were second team All-Ivy picks. The team advanced to the NCAA tournament for the seventh time in the past eight seasons and the tenth time in school history. Colleen Kelly '07 was an Academic All-Ivy honoree.

SOFTBALL (Christine Vogt, Head Coach -- 24-48-1, 2 yrs) 14-22, 7-7 Ivy (T-3rd)
Katie Chifcian '09 was named first team All-Ivy, while Kelly Fry '07 earned second team ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District I honors. The Big Green had its best Ivy record since 2001.

MEN'S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach -- 79-41, 8 yrs) 13-6, 2-4 Ivy (5th)
Andrew Boumford '09 was a College Squash Association (CSA) second team All-America selection. The team finished 7th at the CSA team championship. Hank Alexander '06 was an Academic All-Ivy pick.

WOMEN'S SQUASH (John Power, Head Coach -- 71-33, 8 yrs) 10-5, 2-4 Ivy (5th)
Julia Drury '06 and Ashley Malanchak '08 were second team All-America selections. The squad finished 6th at the Howe Cup. Heather Lisle '08 was an Academic All-Ivy honoree.

MEN'S SWIMMING (Jim Wilson, Head Coach -- 26-106-1, 12 yrs 0-8, 0-8 EISL (9th)
Diver Andrew Berry '08 finished 4th at the EISL championship in 1-meter diving and was an Academic All-Ivy pick. Kevin Ellis '09 set school records in the 1000 free and 1650 free at the EISL championship.

WOMEN'S SWIMMING (Joann Brislin, Head Coach -- 31-77, 9 yrs) 3-6, 1-6 Ivy (7th)
Lizzie Rippe '07 had the best performance by a Dartmouth swimmer at the Ivy championship since 1997, setting a school record and finishing second in the 100 fly to earn second team All-Ivy honors. Kate Brodie '07 was 6th in 3-meter diving at NCAA Zones. Kristin Simunovich '06 was an Academic All-Ivy selection.

MEN'S TENNIS (Chuck Kinyon, Head Coach -- 240-220-1, 23 yrs) 8-16, 0-7 Ivy (8th)
David Waslen '07 was an Academic All-Ivy selection. Ari Gayer '09 led the team with 32 total victories.

WOMEN'S TENNIS (Bob Dallis, 39-45 -- 4 yrs) 5-15, 1-6 Ivy (T-7th)
Megan Zebroski '08 was an Academic All-Ivy honoree. Jamie Caplan '09 led the team in total wins with 19.

MEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Heps: 6th (In), 5th (Out) (Track -- Barry Harwick '77, 14 yrs; Field -- Carl Wallin, 37 yrs)
Fatih Stanley '06 made history at Outdoor Heps by becoming the first Dartmouth man to win both the 100 and 200 meter dashes, setting school records in both events. Ben True '08 won the 1,500 meters at Outdoor Heps and qualified for the NCAA championship. At the Indoor Heps, Ikechi Ogbonna won the 60 meter hurdles in a meet and school record time of 7.93 seconds and Mike Carmody '08 won the 800 meters.

WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Heps: 7th (In), 6th (Out) (Track -- Sandra Ford-Centonze , 14 yrs; Field -- Carl Wallin, 37 yrs)
At the Indoor Heps, Jamila Smith '06 was second in the shot put and Kelsey Wiegmann '06 was second in the pentathlon. At the Outdoor Heps, Wiegmann finished second in the heptathlon and Melanie Schorr '06 was second in the 5,000 meters.

WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL (Ann Marie Larese, Head Coach -- 147-172, 12 yrs) 12-12, 5-9 Ivy (6th)
Katie Hirsch '08 and Sarah Nadler '06 were honorable mention All-Ivy selections. Sarah Nadler '06 was an Academic All-Ivy pick. The 12 wins were the most since the 2000 season.

2005-06 Club Sports Highlights


Cycling
The team finished second in the Ivy League and sixth in the nation.

Fencing
Men's saber finished fourth in the nation and the team finished 14th out of 30 teams at the national championship.

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

Men's Rugby
Won the Ivy League championship and was a quarterfinalist in the national championship.

Women's Ultimate
The Eastern regional champion, the team was seeded 15th out of 16 at nationals and finished fifth in the nation.

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