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Paradine Named Ivy League Rookie of the Week for Third Time


By: Justin Lafleur

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HANOVER, N.H. — Emmett Paradine of Dartmouth men’s lacrosse was named Ivy League Rookie of the Week for a third time on Monday after filling up the stat sheet in the season finale against Brown Saturday. Paradine finished with a goal, assist, groundball and two caused turnovers to cap off an impressive freshman season.

Both of Paradine’s points came in the second half, scoring on a delayed penalty at 10:38 of the third quarter to pull Dartmouth within 9-8. He later assisted a Colin McGill goal in the fourth to pull the Big Green within 13-10 with 8:20 still remaining. The effort was his fifth multi-point game of the season and first during the Ivy League. He did have a point in every Ivy League game up until that point, finishing the season with points in 11-of-12 games on the year.

Paradine wrapped up the season with 18 goals, nine assists, 12 groundballs and four caused turnovers.

The Big Green wrapped up their season with a 6-6 record, their most wins in a season and first time with a .500 record since 2008.


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