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Ivies In Sochi Coverage

Ivies In Sochi Coverage

Sochi 2014: Website | Results/Schedule | Highlights/Replays

SOCHI, Russia -- Throughout the 2014 Winter Olympics, The Ivy League had expansive coverage of all current and former Ivies particpating in the Games. 

Fans could track the Ivy League contingent in the 2014 Winter Olympics on social media by using the hashtag #IviesInSochi and folllow the Ancient Eight on Facebook (, Twitter (@Ivy_Athletics) and Instagram ( and The Ivy League® Digital Network featured continuous updates and highlights throughout the Games.


February 20, 2014
Nine Ivies Take Part in One for the Ages as Canada Women's Hockey Defeats USA 
In a game that featured nine Ivies, Canada defeated the United States to claim the women's hockey Olympic goal medal on Thursday evening in Sochi. Cornell's Brianne Jenner, Laura Fortino '13, Rebecca Johnston '12, Lauriane Rougeau '13 and Dartmouth's Gillian Apps '13 held the high honor of wrapping a gold medal around their necks following the game. Led by Harvard head coach Katey Stone, three Ivies (Harvard's Lyndsey Fry, Michelle Picard, Josephine Pucci) were awarded silver medals for Team USA. Congratulations to all our medalists and thank you for representing The Ivy League® in a game to remember. 

Yale's Staenz Boasts First-Ever Switzerland Women's Hockey Medal
Yale freshman Phoebe Staenz will have some extra hardware to show off when she returns to New Haven. Staenz played an integral role in Switzerland claiming its first-ever medal in Olympic women's hockey. Congratulations, Phoebe!

February 19, 2014
Cornell's Jamie Greubel Wins Bronze in Bobsled
This afternoon, Cornell's Jamie Greubel's '06 time of 3:51.61 added to the Ivies Winter Olympic Games medal count with bronze in the women's bobsled.

Caldwell Finishes Eighth in Team Sprint Final
Dartmouth's Sophie Caldwell '12 finished eighth today in the women's Cross Country Team Sprint Final. Caldwell and teammate Kikkan Randall clocked in with a time of 16:48.08. 

Kearney Shows Off the Hardware

February 17, 2014
Stone-led Team USA Advances to Women's Hockey Gold Medal Game
Led by Harvard women's hockey head coach Katey Stone, Team USA and its 5 Ivies advanced to the gold medal game on Monday afternoon, defeating Team Sweden 6-1.

Four Ivies on Team Canada Top Yale's Staenz, Switzerland in Semifinals
Four Ivies have advanced to the women's hockey gold medal game on Thursday as Team Canada defeated Yale's Phoebe Staenz and Team Switzerland on Monday evening. All four Ivies on Team Canada saw ice time while Staenz was tied for a team-high five shots on goal.

Dartmouth's Dunklee Sets U.S. Olympic Record for Biathlon
Susan Dunklee
'08 12th place finish in the 12.5-kilometer mass start event is the best ever Olympic finish for a U.S. female in any biathlon event

Weibrecht Shows Off His Silver
A day after claiming second in the super-G alpine skiing race, Dartmouth's Andrew Weibrecht '09 took to Twitter to show off his new medal and thank his supporters. 

February 16, 2014
Andrew Weibrecht Takes Silver In Super-G

Dartmouth's Andrew Weibrecht '09 became the second Ivy to reach the podium at the 2014 Winter Olympic Games, taking Silver in the super-G alpine skiing race. Weibrecht started in 29th-place but sped down the course, finishing 0.30 seconds behind Norway's Kjetil Jansrud, who recorded a time of 1:18.14. Weibrecht has now earned medals in back-to-back Olympics, as he won Bronze in the super-G in Vancouver.

February 14, 2014
Tucker Murphy Competes for Team Bermuda
Dartmouth's Tucker Murphy '04 took part in the men's cross-country 15 km classic style this morning in Sochi. Murphy finished with a time of 49:19.9 for Team Bermuda.  

Dartmouth Trio Battle in Women's 15 km Classic Style Biathlon
Susan Dunklee '08, Sara Studebaker '07 and Hannah Dreissigacker '09 all took part in the Women's 15 km biathlon this afternoon in Sochi. Dreissigacker finished in 23rd while Dunklee turned in a 34th place performance followed by Studebaker in 55th.

Dartmouth's Weibrecht '09 Takes Run at Men's Super Combined
Andrew Weibrecht
'09 took part in the Men's Super Combined this afternoon in Sochi. Weibrecht finished in 20th position in the downhill portion of the event. 

February 13, 2014
Dartmouth's Caldwell, Sargent Compete in Women's 10 km Classic
Sophie Caldwell
'12 and Ida Sargent '11 both took part in the Women's Cross-Country 10 km Classic style race on Thursday afternoon. Caldwell finished in 32nd place while Sargent crossed the finish line in 34th position. 

Harvard's Mleczko Provides Familiar Ivy League Voice For NBC Women's Hockey Coverage
Ivy League fans tuning into the NBC Sports Olympics women's hockey coverage will hear a familiar voice with the analysis. For the third straight Winter Olympics, Harvard graduate A.J. Mleczko will offer color commentary during all women's hockey games.   

February 12, 2014
Yale's Staenz Scores First Bulldog Olympic Goal vs. Finland

Yale freshman Phoebe Staenz tallied Switzerland's 4-3 overtime loss to Finland. Staenz's power play goal tied the game at two eight minutes into the second period. 

Canada Bests Team USA In Battle of Ivies
In a game featuring nine Ivies, Canada defeated Team USA in women's hockey prelimary round this morning in Sochi.  

February 11, 2014
Sophie Caldwell Claims Best Olympic Finish for a U.S. Female Cross-Country Skier
Dartmouth's Sophie Caldwell placed sixth in the women's cross-country sprint final, the best-ever finish for a U.S. female cross-country skier at the Olympics. Fellow Big Green Ida Sargent also competed in the race, coming in 19th.

Susan Dunklee, Sara Studebaker Compete in Women's 10km Pursuit Biathlon
Dartmouth's Susan Dunklee and Sara Studebaker each competed in the women's 10km pursuit biathlon on Tuesday, coming in 18th and 51st, respectively.

February 10, 2014
Chu, Pucci Assists Help Coach Stone Led Team USA  
Julie Chu
and Josephine Pucci's assists helped Team USA, led by Harvard head coach Katey Stone cruise to a victory over Team Switzerland this morning in Sochi. For the second straight game, Yale freshman Phoebe Staenz paced the Swiss with three shots on goal. 

Cornell's Johnston Scores Again to Boost Team Canada Past Finland 
Rebecca Johnston
scored for the second time in as many games at Team Canada scored three times in the third period to defeat Team Finland.  

February 9, 2014
Dartmouth's Dunklee Claims 14th Spot in Biathlon
Three former Dartmouth student-athletes participated in the Women's 7.5 km Sprint Biathlon this evening in Sochi. Susan Dunklee '08 paced the way with a 14th place finish. In addition, Sara Studebaker '07 finished 44th while Hannah Dreissigacker '09 came across in 65th position. Also, fresh off her bronze medal performance yesterday, Hannah Kearney will receive take the medal platform (and find time to register for classes).

February 8, 2014
Dartmouth's Kearney Claims Bronze in Women's Moguls

Dartmouth's Hannah Kearney '15 won the bronze medal this evening on Sochi. Kearney, following her gold medal in 2010 took to Twitter to put things in perspective. In addition, fellow Ivy Julie Chu chimed in following Hannah's performance. Congratulations on the bronze, Hannah!

Harvard's Coach Stone leads Team USA Women's Hockey Past Finland
Led by Harvard head coach Katey Stone, Team USA opened their Olympics Games with a 3-1 victory over Team Finland. Harvard's Julie Chu '07 chimed in on Twitter following the game.

Cornell's Johnston Leads Canada to Opening Win with 3 points
Cornell's Rebecca Johnston '12 tallied a goal and two assists to pace Team Canada past Team Switzerland in their opening game of the Olympic Games. Yale freshman Phoebe Staenz led the Swiss with a team-high four shots on goal. 

February 7, 2014
The Opening Ceremonies will air on NBC tonight starting at 8 p.m. ET. See if you can find the Ivies in their Olympic outfits!

February 6, 2014
Kearney Wins Qualifying Run in Freestyle Mogul Skiing

February 5, 2014
Ivies Head to Sochi for 2014 Winter Olympics
With Opening Ceremonies of the 2014 Winter Olympics drawing near, plenty of current and former Ivies will be in representing the League in Sochi, Russia, including 24 participants, one coach and two delegates.