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Highlighted by a double-overtime home win over the College of the Holy Cross, the men’s soccer team wrapped up its early four-game schedule before the beginning of the fall term with a 2-1-1 record.
In its season opener, the Big Green ended its 11-game losing streak against the University of Connecticut by shutting out the Huskies in a scoreless 0-0 tie after 110 minutes of play.
At this year’s Commencement ceremony, the College will award honorary degrees to seven experts in fields ranging from geochemistry to fashion.
Softball captain Kristen Rumley ’15 has had one of the greatest careers in Big Green softball history. During the recruiting process, however, Dartmouth nearly did not get to her in time.
It’s probably safe to say that professional rugby player Madison Hughes ’15 has one of the more distinct D-Plans on campus. He has been off-campus for the last two terms of his senior year, completing his assignments while captaining the United States Eagles sevens squad. This past weekend, the Eagles dominated Australia 45-22 to win the Marriott London Sevens Cup final and claim win their first World Rugby HSBC Sevens World Series title.
Women’s hockey captain Karlee Odland ’15 had a unique childhood. She was born and raised on a farm in southern Alberta, Canada, where she said there is a strong agricultural community of around 7,000 people in the region.
When he was 10 years old, Konrad von Moltke ’15 never imagined that he would finish his collegiate career as a co-captain of Dartmouth’s swimming and diving team.
“I still get excited when I see the team, and [when I have] to put my uniform on,” Savage said. “It’s still something I think is very special, and I don’t think I would say I’m used to it. I think it is an incredible honor to wear the Dartmouth uniform and represent such an incredible college.”
Stoic and engaged, Alex Adelabu ’15 raises his hand in the Rockefeller Global Leadership Program to contribute his own perspective on intercultural awareness.
During the summer of 2012, Lucia Pohlman ’15 was on a farm in Italy, far from Hanover and the rest of the women who would be coming to join the volleyball team at the beginning of the fall. It was there that Pohlman realized her passion for sustainability and the mission to maintain a healthy planet.?
A boy from Panevezys, Lithuania, has taken over Dartmouth basketball. No doubt you’ve seen the SportsCenter Top 10 highlight by now — a Yale University player swats a full court in-bounds pass from Miles Wright ’18 out of bounds with 1.9 seconds to play. Down by one, Dartmouth is given one last chance. There is little talk about the game-winner itself, and even less about the player that shot it. But that’s just fine by Maldunas. All that mattered to him was his family in the stands. ?
The men’s basketball team played its first postseason game in 56 years on March 18 in Buffalo, New York.
Co-captain Gabas Maldunas ’15 and John Golden ’15, the only two seniors on the men’s basketball team, knew that this weekend series may very well have been their last.
The men’s basketball team extended its winning streak to three games, besting Columbia University 84-71 and Cornell University 56-45 this past weekend.
The Big Green men’s basketball team went 1-1 in the last week of its two-week home stand, dropping to Princeton University on Friday 63-56 before avenging a loss to the University of Pennsylvania earlier this season with a victory of 67-62 on Saturday.
Traditionally, the Princeton-Penn weekends have been tough on the Big Green (10-14, 3-7 Ivy). The Tigers (12-13, 5-4 Ivy) now hold a lifetime 147-62 record, while the Quakers (7-16, 2-7 Ivy) dropped to 150-59.
Earlier in the season, the Big Green faced both teams on the road, taking tough losses to Penn 58-51 and to Princeton 64-53.
The men’s basketball team returned home to Leede Arena this past weekend for the first leg of a two-weekend Ivy League homestand. The Big Green (9-13, 2-6 Ivy) showed mixed results over the weekend, taking a heartbreaking loss in overtime to Cornell University (12-12, 4-4 Ivy) 81-72 before stifling Columbia University (11-11, 3-5 Ivy) in a 61-49 victory.
After suffering two defeats last weekend, the men’s basketball continued their streak of losses by falling to both Yale and Brown Universities this past weekend. Despite Miles Wright ’18 averaging 20.5 points per game — 20 against Yale and 21 against Brown — the team now carries a four-game losing streak on the road.
The Dartmouth men’s basketball team dropped games against both the University of Pennsylvania and Princeton University this past weekend. Offensive woes plagued the Big Green (8-10, 1-3 Ivy) in both games, losing to Penn (6-11, 1-2 Ivy) 58-51 and to Princeton (9-10, 2-1 Ivy) 64-53. ?
For the first time in six years, the Dartmouth men’s basketball team defeated Harvard University on Saturday, Jan. 24, ending Harvard’s (11-5, 1-1) nine-game win streak over Ivy League competition and Harvard’s 11-game win streak over Dartmouth.
In a low scoring victory over New Jersey Institute of Technology, the men’s basketball team led for all but 3 minutes and 11 seconds Saturday in a start-to-finish effort to beat the Highlanders 62-63. The Big Green's defense forced 23 turnovers for NJIT, a season high.
The Big Green men’s basketball team (6-8, 0-1) fell short of a late rally in a 55-52 loss against the University of Vermont (8-8, 3-0) on Wednesday night.