- Dartmouth women's soccer team suffered their first home loss of the season, falling to Princeton 2-0 in Ivy League action
- Princeton scored twice in the final few minutes of the opening half through Pietra Tordin
- Dartmouth goalkeeper Emily Hardy made nine saves in the match
Dartmouth’s women’s soccer team suffered a disappointing loss on Senior Day, falling 2-0 to Princeton in Ivy League action. The Tigers scored two goals in quick succession just before halftime, and despite Dartmouth’s efforts to bounce back, they couldn’t find the back of the net. Dartmouth’s goalkeeper, Emily Hardy, put in a stellar performance with nine saves, but it wasn’t enough to secure a victory. Dartmouth’s final regular season game against Brown next Saturday will be crucial, as they vie for a spot in the Ivy League tournament.
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