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Dartmouth College Wins Second Consecutive U.S. Intercollegiate Team TitleCourtesy of Andrew Borders, Miami University Athletic Media Relations
|2005 U.S. Intercollegiate Team champions Dartmouth College|
(4/10/05) — Dartmouth College won the 2005 U.S. Intercollegiate Figure Skating Team Championships at Miami University Sunday, totaling 109 points over the two-day event to finish ahead of Delaware and Miami. The Blue Hens of Delaware finished just one half-point ahead of host Miami.
The three highlight events of Sunday morning's competition were the low, intermediate and high team maneuvers, all three of which the Big Green of Dartmouth won. In the low team maneuvers, Miami and San Jose State tied for second with 3 1/2 points apiece. Indiana and Delaware rounded out the top five. Behind Dartmouth in the intermediate event were Delaware, Boston University, Michigan State and Miami, and in the high team event, Dartmouth led Miami, California, Delaware and Michigan State.
Rounding out the nine-team event standings were California (40), Boston University (34), Indiana (32), Michigan State (20), San Jose State (7 1/2) and Caltech (7).