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Cy Lippold ’19 has emerged as a key contributor this year for Dartmouth women’s basketball, leading the team with 12.8 points per game at point guard, while leading the Ivy League with 5.4 assists per game and snatching the fourth most steals per game in the league.
Skiing For the first time in eight years, the Big Green took home first place over the University of Vermont at the Dartmouth Carnival, winning by 99 points and securing the team win in six of eight events this weekend.
While travel is a major component of every Dartmouth team’s season, the time spent on the road and the accommodations athletes receive differs among teams.
With high spirits, loud crowds and several mops of green and pink hair, the Big Green ski teams won the Dartmouth Carnival for the first time since 2010.For the alpine skiers, the carnival was a return to familiar territory and a chance to make up for a disappointing outing at the skiway last season, when the University of Vermont won the men’s and women’s slalom on the second day en route to a come-from-behind overall win — Dartmouth’s only loss of the season.
Well guys, we did it. Dartmouth men’s basketball managed to come away with its first Ivy League victory of the season Saturday after beating a struggling Princeton University team that has now lost four straight games.
As the men’s squash regular season comes to a close, the Big Green has placed itself in a position as one of the top eight teams in the College Squash Association eligible to compete for the Potter Cup at the 2018 Men’s National Team Championship in Hartford, Connecticut.
Road wins are difficult to come by in the Eastern College Athletic Conference, a conference where all but four teams sport a .500 or above record at home.
This past weekend, two Dartmouth alumni — Emily Dreissigacker ’11 and Susan Dunklee ’08 — took the slopes for Team USA in the biathlon, competing in the women’s 7.5-kilometer sprint.
Dartmouth quarterback Jack Heneghan ’18 drops back for the snap, looks to his left to see wide receiver Drew Hunnicutt ’19 streaking toward the middle and fires into the opening for the game-winning touchdown.
Fourteen athletes and one coach in the 2018 Winter Olympics are affiliated with Dartmouth — the most ever Olympic participants for the College in a single Games
Miles Wright ’18, co-captain of the men’s basketball team, scored his 1,000th career point against Cornell University this past Friday, making him the 29th Dartmouth player to reach the milestone.
Perhaps it was fate that Dartmouth and the University of Vermont would come to rival each other in skiing.
Women’s hockey has faced a tough schedule in the past two weeks, playing both Eastern College Athletic Conference foes and top talent in the country.
The Harvard Crimson recently published an article entitled, “Wide Open Road for Men’s Basketball in Battle for Ivy League.” The article touched on some important points, including Harvard University’s men’s basketball team’s then-undefeated conference record and the Crimson’s non-conference losses to the College of the Holy Cross, Manhattan College and California State University at Fullerton.
Skiing dominates the competition at the University of Vermont Winter Carnival, men's tennis sweeps against Indiana University and University of Louisville and more in this week's roundup.
Already more than halfway done with the 2017-2018 competitive swim season, Connor LaMastra ’21 has made a huge splash for the men’s swimming and diving team.
Former men’s soccer coach Chad Riley and the Class of 2018 shared a special connection. The ’18s were the first class Riley recruited as an assistant coach and the first group of players to enter a system with Riley entrenched at the helm after he became head coach in 2013.
Dartmouth’s men’s basketball started off the season trying to prove all of the team’s doubters wrong.
Dartmouth men’s hockey has been successful as of late, toppling some of the best teams in the country and playing very strong hockey.
Going by a single name rather than a full name identifies you as a “somebody.” Think Bono, Ronaldinho and Voltaire. It was fitting, then, that Tanguy Nef ’20 became known as “Nef” when he came to Dartmouth from Switzerland in 2016.