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This year the men’s soccer teams will bid farewell to its three graduating seniors: Wyatt Omsberg , Matt Danilack and Tyler Dowse , who have won four consecutive Ivy League titles over the course of their athletic careers . Their impact on the program has been immense, with the team finishing at the very bottom of the Ivy League in 2013 and finding itself at the top after their arrival in 2014 . This past season, the three seniors served as co-captains, finishing off their Dartmouth soccer careers without ever knowing what it’s like to be anything but the best in the Ivy League . With a record of 12-3-2 this past season , the team had an average of 11.76 shots and 1.82 goals per game while they held their opponents to on average of 0.71 goals . In total, the team allowed 12 goals the entire season and recorded 10 shutouts.
At the end of each academic year, The Dartmouth’s sports section puts up players to be voted upon by the student body as the best of the best.
At the end of each academic year, The Dartmouth’s sports section puts up players and moments to be voted upon by the student body as the best of the best.
Veteran head equestrian coach Sally Batton recently announced that the 2018-19 season will be her last.
When Dartmouth’s Triathlon Club was founded five years ago by Kendall Farnham ’14, Sara Heard ’15 and Nicolina Mascia ’15., the group of students wanted to fill the void for athletes who wish to expand to multiple sports.
Over the course of the last four millennia, sports have served as an integral part of the human experience.
Brian McLaughlin ’18 has had a magnificent Dartmouth career and is a veteran member of the varsity alpine ski team.
In the world of sports, athletes often retire well past their prime, which only makes sense as ultra-competitive individuals struggle to deal with the decline of their abilities.
Baseball Dartmouth baseball suffered a tough loss to Harvard University this past Monday.
When the typical Dartmouth student thinks about the importance of athleticism in Dartmouth’s history, they may focus on annual traditions such as running around the Homecoming bonfire, diving into Occom Pond for the Polar Bear Plunge or hiking The Fifty.
Over the past few weeks, Dartmouth’s athletic teams have been busy finalizing their rosters for the upcoming season, including the addition of the new recruits from the Class of 2022.
Since 1877, rugby has been part of the College’s athletic landscape. The Dartmouth Rugby Football Association was founded in 1880 and later transitioned into traditional American football in the 1890s, but returned to the roots of the sport with the establishment of Dartmouth Rugby Football Club in 1951. In its history, the club has toured Argentina, Bermuda, Ireland, Italy, South Africa, Spain and Uruguay.
During the end of April as the Ivy League was handing out their yearly distinctions, Jason Liu ’21 had the honor of being named Rookie of the Year in men’s golf.
Honorable Mention: Big Bad Vlad Last Tuesday, 20 of my buddies and I drove down to Manchester to watch the New Hampshire Fisher Cats take on the Portland Sea Dogs — partially to have a good time, partially because groups of 20 or more get free hats, mostly to see 19 year-old Vladimir Guerrero Jr.
Women's Track and Field:The Dartmouth women’s track & field team finished in second place after two days of competition in the 2018 New England Outdoor Championship at Memorial Field.
Micah Schroder ’20, second baseman for the softball team, was named to the All-Ivy second team after a stellar season.
On Apr. 30, Dartmouth Football announced that tri-captain and quarterback Jack Heneghan ’18 and safety Colin Boit ’18 were on their way from the Ivy League to the National Football League.
Since 1977, the Dartmouth Ultimate Frisbee Team has been one-upping the rest of us by tossing around a disc on the Green.
On Apr. 22, the Dartmouth tennis tam concluded its regular season after falling to Princeton University, finishing with a 4-3 mark in the Ivy League to tie for third in the Ivies.
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