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Senior Day Set For Men's Soccer On Saturday Aganst Cornell

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This Week in Dartmouth Men’s Soccer

Saturday, Nov. 9— 2:30 p.m.
Dartmouth Big Green (5-6-4, 0-5 Ivy) vs.
Cornell Big Red (6-5-4, 0-4-1 Ivy)
Location: Hanover, N.H. — Burnham Field
All-Time Series: Dartmouth, 34-27-5
Last Time: Nov. 3, 2012 — L, 2-1 (2OT)

Saturday’s contest will be the last home game of the year for the Big Green. The final game of the season will commence next weekend at Brown. 

All-Time Series (Cornell) —
The Big Green holds a 34-27-5 overall record over the Big Red, dating back to 1930.  Although this historic rivalry took a break between 1934 and 1949, the color named foes have reached extra time 14 times, with the last meeting falling for Cornell, 2-1 in double-overtime.

Cornell Scout —
Just like the Big Green, Cornell started out hot in the month of September, and has plummeted since going 0-5-2 in seven games.  Patrick Slogic leads the team with eight points on three goals and two assists. Jake Rinow is second on the team with two goals and two assists for six points.  Zach Zagorski is 5-2-2 in nine games in net this season with a 0.72 goals against average and 0.78 save percentage.

The Big Green would like to celebrate the commitment and accomplishments of the Class of 2014

Thomas Cools
Cools has taken the field in six games as a member of the team.

Andoni Georgiou
Georgiou has started in 15 of the 34 games he’s played in for the Big Green with four goals for eight points.

Gabe Hoffman-Johnson
Hoffman-Johnson has started in 16 games as a Big Green. In the 42 games he’s participated in, Hoffman-Johnson has scored once as a senior with an assist during his freshman campaign.

Brian Joseff
Joseff has battled for playing time since joining the team. In 30 career games, Joseff has registered two assists as a junior.

Patrick Murray
Murray has been a valuable member for the Big Green, taking the field in 57 games. He has scored seven times for 14 points, hitting the back of the net three times each in his sophomore and junior years.

Justin Rosner
Although he has no statistical numbers, Rosner has been an important part of the defensive unit for the Big Green over his four years. Rosner has taken the field in 25 games and made 18 starts.

Colin Skelly
Skelly served as the captain this season and has started in 65 of the 67 games he’s played for the Big Green.  Skelly has scored twice in his career and was credited with two assists for six points.

Keep Up With the Big Green —
Stay current with everything going on with your Big Green by following Dartmouth men’s soccer on twitter (@DartmouthMSoc) and “liking” the Big Green men’s soccer team on Facebook.