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By: Mike Miezejeski

Dartmouth Big Green (8-3-0, 0-2-0 Ivy) at
Yale Bulldogs (8-3-0, 1-1-0 Ivy) 
Date: Saturday, Oct. 12, 2019 – 1 PM 
Location: New Haven, Conn. – Reese Field
All-Time Series: Tied, 20-20-3 
Last Time: Oct. 16, 2018 / W, 1-0 (Hanover, N.H.)

Dartmouth is in search of its first Ivy League win of the season when they travel to Yale on Saturday. The Big Green and Bulldogs each come into the contest with 8-3-0 records.


  • Allie Winstanley netted a true hat trick with three consecutive goals in the first half to lead Dartmouth to a 4-0 victory over Merrimack on Tuesday.
  • Charlotte Esty scored the fourth and final goal of the match.
  • Winstanley scored in the first, 10th and 38th minutes off assists from Kat Grgic, Isabella Villaflor and Hayley Soriano.
  • Esty’s goal came in the 76th minute and Ellie Geier found her with the assist.
  • Charlotte Cyr made her first career start in goal and finished with a five-save shutout.
  • The Big Green outshot Merrimack 14-7 and 7-5 on goal with a 4-2 advantage in corner kicks.


  • The last player to have a hat trick for the Big Green was Sarah Johnson on October 4th of 2005 at home against Syracuse.  
  • Winstanley leads the Ivy League with seven goals this season and is tied for first in the conference with 17 points.
  •  Winstanley has contributed a point in seven out of Dartmouth’s eight wins.
  • Her seven goals this season are the most by a Big Green player since 2015.


  • The Bulldogs sit in third place in the Ivy League standings with a 1-1-0 record and have gotten off to a fast start with an 8-3-0 record.
  • Yale won their Ivy opener, 1-0, on the road at Princeton before falling to Harvard by the same score.
  • The other two losses for the Bulldogs came against St. Johns in double overtime and Virginia Tech.
  • Yale is outscoring opponents 24-9 this season and have a 73-41 shots on goal advantage.  
  • The Bulldogs are second in the conference with those 24 goals, while Dartmouth is first with 25.
  • Aerial Chavarin and Ellery Winkler each have six goals, which is tied for second in the Ivy League. Winkler has also added five assists, which ties her for the most points in the conference with 17.
  • Noelle Higginson has four goals and two assists.


  • Dartmouth and Yale are dead even after 43 varsity meetings with a 20-20-3 record since 1979.
  • Dartmouth holds a slight edge since 2000 with a 9-8-2 record.
  • Since 2010, the Bulldogs have led, 5-3-2.
  • Last season, the Big Green got their first win over Yale since 2013, beating the Bulldogs 1-0 at Burnham Field, Izzy Glennon scored in the 87th minute.
  • 2013 is also the last time Dartmouth defeated Yale on the road.

To keep up-to-date on all the action over the weekend, you can visit the Dartmouth women’s soccer schedule by clicking HERE and finding the links for live video and live stats associated with the games.

The Big Green continue Ivy League play with a match at Penn on Saturday at 2 p.m.

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