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Samantha Hussey interviews Joe Walsh '84, a visually impaired two-time Paralympic Nordic skier who has now founded a company to increase participation of visually and physically impaired youth in sports.
Dartmouth's Nordic skiing team got off to a stellar start to the season by dominating at the Nordic U.S. National Championships, and both the Nordic and alpine teams have set lofty goals for the season.
Sam Stockton '19 shares his thoughts on the incredible Alabama vs. Clemson game and reflects upon his sport musings from the week.
Evan Morgan '19 and Jonathan Katzman '17 recap this past weekend's athletic performances, including the men's squash team's historic 5-4 victory over Princeton University and the men's and women's track teams' continued dominance.
On Tuesday Dec. 20, 2016, Dartmouth linebacker Folarin Orimolade ’17 earned a spot on the STATS Football Championship Subdivision All-America First Team, becoming one of the four linebackers selected this year and only the third Big Green player selected over the last 20 seasons.
On Jan. 7, Dartmouth’s men’s basketball team fell in its Ivy League opener to heavily favored Harvard University 74-58.
Evan Morgan '19 and Sam Stockton '19 recap Big Green sports competitions
In April 2016, Laura Schuler was named the next Dartmouth women’s ice hockey head coach. In addition to coaching at Dartmouth, Schuler is also in her second season as head coach of the Canadian National Team.
Entering Coach Hansi Wiens’ eighth season at the helm of Dartmouth squash, one year after the men’s team finished seventh in the country and the women’s team won the Kurtz Cup to finish ninth, both the men’s and women’s teams have high expectations.
It seems like it’s that time of the term again. As the temperature outside continues to drop, our hearts for each other only grow warmer.
Evan Morgan '19 and Jonathan Katzman '17 recap this past weekend's athletic performances, including the men's hockey team's 5-0 shutout of Princeton University in the first week of the winter roundup.
James Holder, the new head coach of men and women’s swimming and diving, has set out to change the culture of the swim program, which former coach Jim Wilson headed for 23 seasons on the men’s side and 10 seasons on the women’s side before stepping down last year.
Women’s Soccer At the beginning of the season, the women’s soccer team defeated Iona College 3-0 at home on Burnham Field.
Evan Morgan '19 and Sabena Allen '19 explore the College's recent decision to end sports coverage through Dartmouth Broadcasting.
On Sept. 21, the Ivy League proposed new legislation to the NCAA to combat early recruiting, ensuring coaches will not contact recruits before their junior year.
Ashley DuPuis '19 returns to the world of retention rates on Dartmouth's varsity athletic teams.
Matt Yuen '19 discusses the possible ending of his column and its future place within The D.
In this fall's final roundup, James Handal '19 and Nathan Albrizck '20 recap Big Green sports games and meets, including the opening men's basketball game and the swimming and diving team's first competition.
In his final column for the term, Sam Stockton '19 praises Kyle Hendricks '12 for his excellent performance during the postseason.