By GINA CARGAS
Despite a first-half goal by freshman forward Dempsey Banks, the women’s soccer team lost, 4-1, to Dartmouth in its last game of the season on Sunday. After a promising pre-season campaign, the Red faltered in Ivy League play, winning just one of seven games.
The Green scored early, but Banks put the Red on the board in the 20th minute after beating two defenders. Her third goal of the season, Banks’ equalizer was assisted by junior midfielder Claire MacManus. Though the score remained 1-1 until halftime, the Red conceded three goals in the second half. Freshman goalkeeper Kelsey Tierney made six saves for Cornell.
Michelle Feldman / Sun Staff PhotographerThe women’s soccer team failed to secure the win in the team’s last game of 2013 against the Green.