Belodeau had a hand in four of the No. 10 Quakers' final five goals as they fought off surging Ivy League foe Dartmouth for a 13-11 victory Saturday. She scored the game-winner with 6:19 left as well as the insurance goal with 2:40 to go. The St. Stephen's & St. Agnes graduate, last year's Washington Post Player of the Year, finished with four goals, two assists, three draw controls and two ground balls against No. 17 Dartmouth as the Quakers (9-3) remained undefeated in the Ivy League. Belodeau, this week's Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week, has set the program's freshman record with 26 goals and tied the record for assists with 20. She ranks second on the team in both categories as well as points.