Dartmouth Rolls to 21-2 Road Ivy Win at Columbia

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NEW YORK – The Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team put together one of its best single-game efforts in program history Friday afternoon in a 21-2 triumph at Columbia.
 
The 19-goal win was the largest margin of victory ever for the Big Green in an Ivy League contest in nearly four decades of play and one of the largest ever for any of the Ancient Eight teams in a conference game.
 
With the win, Dartmouth improved to 2-0 in Ivy play and 4-3 overall this season. The Lions move to 0-3 in conference games and 3-7 overall.
 
Campbell Brewer had a career day with six goals, while Kellen D’Alleva led the way with seven points on six assists.
 
In total, five Dartmouth players had five or more points in the win. Katie Bourque scored four goals and had one assist, Ellie Carson notched a pair and dished out three helpers, while Kierra Sweeney scored three and had a trio of helpers.
 
Kathryn Giroux had 15 draw controls, moving back into first place all-time in the Ivy League with 316 for her career.
 
Katie Forman earned her first career victory in her first start, making a pair of saves in the opening half. Becca Wade came in for the second half and made three stops as both allowed just one goal in their respective halves of play.
 
Dartmouth returns home to play Hofstra Tuesday afternoon at Scully-Fahey Field with the opening draw set for 3 p.m.
 
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