Dartmouth vs. Yale
April 21, 2004
The Game Story:
HANOVER, N.H. - Ben Grinnell had three goals and four assists including the game winner with :28 left in overtime. Tom Daniels had three goals and one assist on the day with two goals scored in the fourth-quarter tying the game and giving the 20th-ranked Big Green a 13-12 win over Yale at Sculley-Fahey Field.

The win improved Dartmouth to 7-3 overall and 2-1 in the Ivy League. Yale fell to 5-6, 1-4 in the league.

Dartmouth tied the game for the first time at 8-8 with 2:49 left in the third quarter. Brad Heritage scored the equalizer on his first goal of the game. Yale pulled ahead 10-8 before Dartmouth scored three straight in the fourth quarter to go ahead by one, 12-11. With 4:03 remaining Yale tied the game again on a man-up opportunity forcing the overtime.

Dartmouth kept the ball in its own end for the entire overtime stanza outshooting the Bulldogs 6-0. The Big Green also had the advantage with four ground balls. Yale won both face-offs but was unable to maintain possession as Dartmouth forced two Bulldog turnovers. Ian Cadieu went to the box for Yale with :30 seconds to play setting up Grinnell's opportunity.

Jamie Coffin had four goals for Dartmouth while Heritage added two and Ryan Danehy had one goal and two assists. Russell Radebaugh had two assists.

Dartmouth outshot Yale 51-30, including 15-5 in the fourth quarter. The Big Green also had a 33-26 edge in ground balls, 4-1 in overtime.

Seth Goldberg scored five goals for Yale. In goal for the Bulldogs, Jordan Ellis had nine saves. Andrew Goldstein had six saves for Dartmouth.

Dartmouth is at Brown on Saturday, game time is set for 3:00 p.m.