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Both the college football and NFL seasons are already in full swing and for fans of certain professional teams (mainly the Detroit Lions, the Arizona Cardinals and the Buffalo Bills), it may already be time to look ahead to April 2019 and investigate the top prospects at the collegiate level.
The Dartmouth men’s soccer team has had a tremulous start to the year, posting a 1-4-2 record.
Women's RugbyOn Saturday, the top two Ivy League Rugby and National Intercollegiate Rugby Association teams went head-to-head with the Big Green dominating Harvard University 55-13.
One-on-One: Katie Spanos '20 leads Big Green field hockey with four goals nine points after an impressive All-Ivy League Second team performance a year ago.
In 2017, Katie Spanos ’20 earned a spot on the All-Ivy League Second Team.
Jack Heneghan After a successful senior season with the Big Green, Quarterback Jack Heneghan ’18 walked away from his college career with plenty of accolades.
Dartmouth women’s rugby took down three-time defending national champions Quinnipiac University 40-22 in Hamden, Connecticut on Saturday, Sept.
No, it isn’t basketball season yet, and yes, I can still find enough to talk about with respect to the college basketball off-season, more popularly known as football season. To start, Dartmouth put on a clinic this past Saturday against Georgetown University in the team’s home opener, winning 41-0.
If you were to ask college football fans across the country, “Which fan base is least realistic about the current state of its program?” I’d be willing to bet one school would come up significantly more often than any other — the University of Michigan.
Women's RugbyOn Sept. 15, the Big Green dismantled No. 9 Brown University 98-7 in its home opener.
Dartmouth Football made a landmark signing on Tuesday, hiring Callie Brownson to assume the role of offensive quality control coach.
In "The Accidental Fan," Sabena Allen ’20 discusses her complicated relationship with American football and the learning curve to becoming a knowledgeable fan of the game.
This article will commence a new, ongoing and semi-random series in my column: “Sports Films for NARPs.” Columns for this series will address sports films that are potentially accessible to non-sports fans. In my last three columns, I tackled the controversial sport of professional wrestling.
In her third and final episode of "The Suplex Saga," Sabena Allen ’20 returns with an in-depth look at season two of 'GLOW,' a Netflix fictionalized comedy show based on the 1980s wrestling show by the same name.
On June 25, Dartmouth made a historic decision with the hiring of a new senior associate athletics director Dr. Kristene Kelly, the first African American to hold a senior administrative position in the Dartmouth athletics department.
Every January, New Japan Pro-Wrestling holds the Tokyo Dome Show, Japan’s equivalent of WrestleMania.
For my next three columns, I am choosing to tackle a contested subject: professional wrestling. And yes, I am talking full on World Wrestling Entertainment Wrestlemania-style wrestling.
Sabena Allen '20 discusses the sense of community she has discovered at basketball games, despite an overall lack of interest in the sport.
To address men's lacrosse's issues with offensive production, Dartmouth hired Joe Conner Jr. to serve as associate head coach and offensive coordinator.
The Accidental Fan: Fight! Fight! Fight! I’ve heard lots of complaints about how hard hockey is to follow due to its fast pace.