Women’s soccer opens Ivy League game at Dartmouth


PROVIDENCE, RI – Brown’s women’s soccer team will start the Ivy League game this Saturday, Sept. 24 at 7 p.m. in Dartmouth. The Bears and Big Green are two of four Ivy teams with at least five non-conference wins to start the season.

Brown will look to defend his second straight 14 and league recorde overall title they won in the 2021 season. Dartmouth, on the other hand, will be looking to turn around their Ivy fortunes of late, having finished sixth and seventh in the league for the past two years.

The match will be broadcast live on ESPN+.

Explore Bears (5-2-1)

  • The Bears enter conference play with five wins already under their belt for the third straight season. They were 5-3-0 in 2021 when they started Ivy action and 6-1-1 in 2019.
  • Brown’s 1.875 goals per game is good for third in the conference, while his 0.88 goals against are second. The 61 corners the Bears have earned lead all Ivy teams.
  • by Ava Seelenfreund 13 points on six goals and an assist lead the team, while At Brittany Raphino’s seven (3G, 1A) are second and by Sheyenne Allen six (1G, 4A) are third.

Exploring the Big Green (5-2-1)

  • Dartmouth is 5-2-1 the same as Brown entering Ivy action with both losses at the hands of Michigan State and UMass Lowell.
  • The Big Greens scored 1.75 goals per game, good for fourth in the conference. Their 1.25 goals-against average is also fourth.
  • Allie Winstanley leads Dartmouth and the Ivy League with seven goals and 17 points this season.


  • Brown holds the all-time advantage over Dartmouth, albeit slight, at 22-21-3.
  • The Bears have won four of the last five including the previous two.
  • Last season, Brown came away with a 4-1 victory thanks to two goals from Brittany Rapinoa die Zoe Maxwelland one from Seelenfreund.

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