Winter Sports

Basketball

The women’s team (7-11, 3-2 Ivy) had a bumpy start against non-Ivy opponents, but took out Yale, Columbia, and Cornell, all by comfortable margins, to open league competition. With an average of 11.0 points per game, freshman Katie Rollins led the scoring.

The men’s team (12-7, 4-2 Ivy) start-ed strongly and beat Dartmouth twice, plus Brown and Columbia, while falling to Yale and Cornell. Guard Jim Goffredo ’07 led the scoring with a 16.2 average per game.

Ice Hockey

The icemen (13-7-5, 5-4 Ivy) were inconsistent, able to beat teams as strong as Boston College (5-3) but also to lose, badly (5-1), to severe underdogs like Dartmouth.

The women’s team (10-7-4, 3-2-3 Ivy) split two games with Dartmouth and tied two with Brown, including the first scoreless tie in program history, a 0-0 result at home.

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