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GAME 10
No. 20 Dartmouth Big Green (7-2) at
No. 2 Boston College Eagles (14-0)
Date: Wednesday, April 11, 2018 | 4:00 PM
Location: Newton Campus Lacrosse & Soccer Field | Newton, Mass.
All-Time Series: Dartmouth 19-2
Last Meeting: 4.12.17 | L, 16-9 | Hanover
Streak: 0-2

WEDNESDAY’S GAME
The Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team heads to Newton, Massachusetts, to take on No. 2 Boston College Wednesday afternoon in a non-conference battle.

LAST TIME OUT
• Dartmouth had its seven-game win streak snapped Saturday at home against No. 11 Penn.
• The Quakers overcame a second-half deficit and scored the final three goals of the contest to come away from Hanover with a 13-11 win.
• The loss was the first in Ivy play this season for Dartmouth who came into the game tied with Penn as the only two Ancient Eight teams without a loss in 2018.
• Leading the way for the Big Green was Campbell Brewer with three goals off the bench with Tori Chanenchuk scoring once and assisting on three more for a team-high four points.

SCOUTING THE EAGLES
• Boston College is pretty good.
• How good? The Eagles are 14-0 this season with a 5-0 mark against ACC foes. Seven of their wins have come against ranked teams with two against top-10 programs.
• BC is second in the polls behind only Stony Brook, while also second to the Seawolves nationally in scoring offense (16.93) and scoring margin (7.93).
• Sam Apuzzo is third in the nation in points per game (5.86) and second in total goals with 56. Her nine-goal game at home against Navy is tied for the best mark in Division I this season and set a new single-game record at BC. Overall she has 82 points this season, 21 more than second-place scorer Dempsey Arsenault (62).
• In goal, Lauren Daly has been the mainstay in net with a 9.11 goals against average to go along with her .439 save percentage and 14 wins.

AGAINST BC
• All-time against the Eagles, Dartmouth owns a 19-2 mark.
• However, the only two losses have come in the last two seasons, with BC winning 16-9 in Hanover last spring and 14-9 in Newton during the 2016 campaign.
• Prior to those contests, the last time the teams met was the 2013 NCAA Tournament First Round in Syracuse with the Big Green winning, 11-8.
• Dartmouth won the first 19 all-time meetings.

RANKINGS
• Dartmouth moved back into the US Lacrosse Magazine rankings this week, earning the No. 20 spot.
• In the Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association (IWLCA) poll, the Big Green remain unranked.

AGAINST A RANKED OPPONENT
• For the third time in the last four games, Dartmouth will take on a ranked opponent.
• Currently, the Green and White have played the 23rd toughest schedule in the country and the fourth-most difficult slate of games of any Ivy League team in 2018 behind Cornell, Penn and Princeton, demonstrating how good the conference has been thus far.

CLOSING IN ON 200
Kathryn Giroux continues to push her Dartmouth record for draw controls further away from other competitors.
• With eight more against Penn, Giroux now has 62 this season and 187 for her career.
• She ranks 11th nationally in draws per game this season with 6.89, second amongst all Ivy League players.

FROM THE ARC
• Despite going 0-for-1 from the 8-meter arc against Penn, Elizabeth Mastrio continues to lead the Ivy League in free-position goals per game at 1.22.
• That figure also is good for 12th in the country.

FOLLOW ALONG
• The game will be carried live on ACC Network Extra as well as WatchESPN.com and the ESPN app.
• BCeagles.com will provide live stats for those looking to follow along.
• For an inside look at the team, follow @DartmouthWLAX on Twitter.

WHAT’S AHEAD?
Dartmouth returns to Ivy play Saturday when they take on Cornell in Ithaca. That contest is set to begin at 1 p.m. and will be carried on the Ivy League Network for those who subscribe.