Sat. Sports

Was on the road with my job, didn’t get a chance to listen to any of the action tonight.

Men’s hockey bounced back with a 3-1 win at Brown. Stempniak had a goal and 2 assists while Yacey stopped 20 of 21 shots to earn the win. Dartmouth is now alone in 5th place, 2 points ahead of Brown and 2 points behind Vermont for the all-important 4th place spot and the accompanying 1st round bye in the conference tourny.

Women’s hockey lost 6-3 to the school which shall remain nameless because it would be followed by a string of profanities. It was the Nicole Corriero show, as she scored 5 of the visitor’s 6 goals on the evening. Dartmouth loses their unbeaten conference record but remains in first place in the ECAC by a point.

Men’s hoops couldn’t repeat its performance from a night ago, falling to Penn 68-44.

Women’s hoops improved to 5-0 in the Ancient Eight by downing Penn 73-71 on Elise Morrison’s basket with 6 seconds remaining. Dartmouth is alone atop the standings, 1/2 game above Brown who comes calling to Leede Arena next Saturday.