Stickmen Face Tough Indians Away Saturday
The Dartmouth Indians host the Crimson lacrosse men at Hanover this Saturday to try for their fourth straight Ivy win.
Co-champions with Harvard and Princeton last year, Dartmouth is tied for the League lead with Princeton after wins over Penn, Cornell, and Yale.
Murph Cohen and Lee Mercer will lead the Green attack. Mercer, honorable mention all-American last year, has five assists in the Green's 10-7 win over Cornell last week while Cohen scored three times. The Dartmouth attack, with ten goals in each Ivy encounter, lost All-American Mike Herriott, who scored 46 times last year, to graduation.
The Indians have last year's all-Ivy netminder, Wah Wah Walsh in the nets. In the first quarter of the Cornell game he was credited with ton saves.
The Crimson will be playing without the services of midfielders Harry Van Oudenallen and Dexter Newton again on Saturday. Newton who played in the Holy Cross game after being out most of the season with a broken collarbone, has broken his collarbone again.