Dartmouth Big Green (5-3, 0-2 Ivy) vs.

Harvard Crimson (5-4, 2-0 Ivy)
Date: Sunday, April 2, 2017 | 1 PM
Location: Hanover, N.H. | Scully-Fahey Field
All-Time Series: Harvard Leads 21-20-1
Last Meeting: April 2, 2016 / L, 17-9 (Cambridge)
Streak: 0-2

NOTE: This game was originally scheduled for 1 p.m. on Saturday, but was moved to Sunday due to inclement weather conditions in the Upper Valley.

The Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team plays host to Ivy League rival Harvard Sunday at Scully-Fahey Field in a rescheduled contest from the day before.

-       The Big Green rolled to a 16-6 non-conference win Wednesday afternoon at Siena.
-       Courtney Weisse tied her career high with five goals in the game, Elizabeth Mastrio was one shy of her personal best with four scores.
-       Sophomore Kathryn Giroux set a new Dartmouth program record with 12 draw controls in the game, besting her own mark of 10 set in the season opener in Lowell. Giroux’s record-setting performance was part of a dominating effort on the draw for the Big Green as the team had an overwhelming 21-2 advantage in the stat.
-       Sophomore Charlotte Wahle played all 60 minutes in goal for Dartmouth, making eight saves as she picked up her first win of 2017 in her first start of the season.

-       Harvard comes to Hanover with a 5-4 overall record after a last-second loss Tuesday night against visiting Stanford. The Crimson had an 8-4 lead with 20 minutes left, but the Cardinal scored six of the final seven goals, including Elizabeth Cusick’s fourth of the day with just a second remaining in regulation to give Stanford the 10-9 win.
-       The Crimson are 2-0 in Ivy games this season with a close 14-13 win against Yale and a 10-8 victory against Columbia. Both games were played inside Harvard Stadium, making Sunday’s game in Hanover their first road Ivy contest of 2017.
-       Senior Marisa Romeo continues her stellar career as she leads the entire Ivy League in goals with 30 and ranks second in points with 42.
-       Meredith Brown has been the goalie of record in eight of the nine games, posting a 4-4 record to go along with an 11.75 goals against average and a .409 save percentage. 

-       Sunday marks the 43rd all-time meeting between the two programs dating back to 1976.
-       After wins in the last two seasons, Harvard has taken a 21-20-1 edge in the all-time series.
-       Last season in Cambridge, the Crimson came away with a 17-9 win.
-       The Crimson were led by Julia Glynn and her remarkable 10-point performance on six goals and four assists.

-       The 21 draw controls were the most by any Ivy League team this season.
-       Giroux’s 12 were the most by any conference individual in 2017 and rank as the ninth most by any Division I player in 2017. Maryland’s Taylor VanThof had an incredible 20 draws against American on Wednesday as well, tying her for third all-time by an NCAA player in a single game.
-       The dozen draw controls by Giroux on Wednesday moved her into a tie for third place all-time in the Ivy League for most in a single game. Of the top-five marks in league history, Yale’s Nicole Daniggelis owns four and is now joined by Giroux.
-       Her 52 this season lead the Ancient Eight.
-       Harvard’s first-year assistant coach Kayla Trainer had a game with 19 draw controls last season against Loyal Maryland as a senior at Syracuse.

Weisse is now sixth in the Ivy League with 24 goals this season after her five-goal effort Wednesday. Cara DePippo and Mastrio’s 17 goals each are tied for 17th.

-       Fans with subscriptions to the league’s service can watch Sunday’s game live on the Ivy League Digital Network or follow along with live stats provided by
-       Fans can also follow in-game action via the team’s official Twitter account: @DartmouthWLAX.

Dartmouth heads back out on the road to take on No. 11 Penn next Saturday (April 8) in Philadelphia. Game time is 1 p.m. from Franklin Field.