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College Roundup: Dartmouth loses men's hockey opener
Princeton's Tucker Brockett won the game in overtime with a goal 45 seconds into the extra season.
UNH 5, UMass Lowell 0: Sophomore forward Lynne Lehman recorded a goal and an assist to fuel the 20th-ranked University of New Hampshire field hockey team to a 5-0 victory against UMass Lowell at Memorial Field on Friday evening.
SNHU 3, Southern Connecticut State 2: Emma Houlihan had a game-best 16 kills along with three blocks. Nina McGouldrick added 12 kills and 15 digs, while Ashlee Daoust, of Brooklime, tallied 13 kills. Maeghan Higgins led the Penmen defense with 33 digs, and Catherine Cotton dished out a game-high 52 assists.
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