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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.
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.
FootballName: Caroline Allen ’20For how long have you managed the football team?I started managing last spring, so my freshman spring, and I’ve been doing it ever since.Why did you apply?I want to work in sports when I’m older so I thought it was a good opening opportunity, but I also applied to football specifically because I really like football and I knew they had a really good community and that it was a great team to be a part of.What are your responsibilities on the team?I film games and practices, so I help set up before practices, and then I also travel with the team.
Matt Herzig ’17, a former member of the cross country and track and field teams at Dartmouth, finished in 12th place overall at the 2018 Boston Marathon with a time of 2:27:55 and a pace of 5:39.
This past weekend, the United States Associate of Collegiate Fencing Clubs hosted the 2018 USACFC National Championships, in which the Dartmouth College Fencing Club took home a total of eight titles from the team and individual events, earing the overall combined championship title.
Dartmouth football improved in the 2017-2018 season, going overall 8-2 and 5-2 in Ivy League play under the direction of quarterback and tri-captain Jack Heneghan ’18.
After graduating a record eight seniors the year prior, the women’s volleyball program appeared to be in a rebuilding year for the 2017-2018 season.
Isalys “Ice” Quiñones ’19 has been a consistent leader for the Big Green as one of only three players to average double digits each game; she records 10.1 points per game.
Men's hockey tops No. 2 Clarkson, swimming & diving and track & field sweep home meets, and more in this weekend's roundup
Men's hockey beats Quinnipiac, track and field grabs two home wins and more in this week's roundup.
Men's hockey The men’s hockey team lost 4-1 against Union College but defeated Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 6-5 in overtime this past weekend to bring its record to 5-9-2 overall and 3-5-1 in Eastern College Athletic Conference play.
After being named All-Ivy Honorable Mention last season, women’s basketball player Kate Letkewicz ’18 has continued to lead her team to an impressive start going into Ivy play.
Varsity athletes make up around 21 percent of the undergraduate student body, and given how prevalent Greek life is on campus, it comes as no surprise that Dartmouth athletes are heavily involved in Dartmouth’s Greek scene.
With Homecoming reuniting students and alumni in celebration of the Big Green, it is easy to get caught up in the traditional sports events, overlooking sidelined athletes.
Following a senior campaign that included a 4:12.56 mile run that qualified for the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America competition as well as a team award for the greatest improvement throughout one’s college career, Connor Clark ’17 graduated from Dartmouth and headed west to join the University of Oregon’s cross-country team.
After graduating a record eight seniors, second-year head coach Gilad Doron and the volleyball program head toward league play with a young team in a rebuilding year.
For most standout high school athletes, the next step after graduation is obvious: college sports. But some students of the Mormon faith, like Big Green football players Tanner Aiono ’20 , Justin Call ’16 and Anders Peterson ’20 choose to put off college for two years to serve a mission for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Matt Rube ’19, co-founder of the Dartmouth Climbing Club, was one of two climbers who represented the Big Green at the 2017 Collegiate National Rock Climbing Championships in San Diego, California. Rube advanced to the Speed Finals, finishing in sixth place, and helped secure Dartmouth’s ninth-place team finish.
Frankie Sands ’19, a recent transfer from Norwich University, has dominated the rugby scene, earning her top honors nationally. Most recently, she was named as one of four finalists for the Sorensen Award, given to the best collegiate women’s rugby player in the nation.
Jamie Susanin ’17, one of two seniors on the women’s golf team, has consistently led Dartmouth in scoring performance all season. Making a resurgence from a quiet junior year season, Susanin helped the Big Green secure a fifth-place tie at the Ivy League Championships with Brown University this past weekend.