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Tigers and Quakers to Invade Leede
Ohio: the 17th state, the home of the Pro Football Hall of Fame and the birthplace of seven U.S. presidents. Ohio also has the prestigious honor of being the home state of my fellow co-captain Kristin King '02. At 5 a.m.
ITHACA, N.Y. -- For the members of the Dartmouth men's hockey team, especially the seniors, there's nothing like sticking it to the Lynah faithful. Cornell's Lynah Rink boasts one of the best atmospheres in college hockey, featuring a perpetually sold-out crowd that is into the game from the drop of the puck to the final buzzer, chanting, cheering and jeering the opposition in support of the beloved Big Red. The student section is particularly impressive.
Hanks' absence too much to overcome in the end for Dartmouth women
With Mother Nature finally offering some help in the form of this week's foot-plus snowfall, the Dartmouth Ski Team is gearing up for another successful season.
Having played three consecutive Ivy League games to start 2002, the Dartmouth men's basketball team (6-9) welcomes the Great Danes of SUNY-Albany (3-11) to Leede Arena tonight for a non-conference match-up. Albany comes into tonight's game fresh off a last-second victory over in-state rival Columbia on Tuesday evening.
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On Wednesday, the Big Green squash teams ventured to Massachusetts to play the Lord Jeffs of Amherst College.
With Stemper or without Stemper, the Dartmouth men's hockey team will host two of the ECAC's historically strongest programs when Clarkson and St.
This weekend, unlike the last, the Dartmouth women's hockey team will not enjoy a two-day joke of New York-based, ECAC-North, bottom-feeding competition.
'02 Defenseman Still Skating with Canadian National Team as First Alternate
It is very easy to be critical. It is much more difficult to be that rare person who habitually searches for others' strengths and makes them feel good about themselves. Dan Casella '02 is one of those people. He has a broad smile and a contagious laugh, one that belies his 5-8 frame and can be heard across a room. "Everybody gets down sometimes, but in general, I am a very positive person," says Casella, who was named one of four finalists for the 2002 Hockey Humanitarian Award.
Coming off the most impressive performance of the season, the men's Big Green basketball team had a decision to make.
Greg Friel '03 knocks down a career high despite a 67-65 loss in overtime to visiting Hartford
Pearson, Harrington, May finish one-two-three in the first day of women's nordic competition
Co-Captain Schned: 'Most Difficult Weekend of the Winter'
Power Forward Could Miss Fourth Straight Game as Vermont Visits Leede Arena
Coming off an impressive performance at home in Leverone Fieldhouse last weekend, the Dartmouth track and field teams are back at it this weekend. The Big Green men's and women's teams will make the drive south to compete in Boston, with the squads splitting up to run at both the Boston University Classic and the Northeastern Invitational. Both the men's and women's teams will be looking to build some momentum after last weekend's home meet against Yale and Columbia, which saw the women win and the men finish second. The women won their side of the meet by 26 points over second-place Yale, while the Big Green men finished second to the Bulldogs by one point. This weekend will change things up a bit, however, by giving the Big Green competitors the opportunity to focus squarely on their individual performances rather than the final overall placement of the team, as is usually the case. The Big Green will compete with this mindset in the hopes of qualifying individually for the IC4A Championships, held in early March, and of improving on their individual standing for the Heps Championships, held at Cornell in late February. Since the team members will be compared against top performers on other teams, the better their own personal performance, the better their chances of qualifying for the IC4As and earning a high seeding in Heps. Dallas Alexander '02 is confident the team is ready. "Every day and every week of training makes us stronger," he said.
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