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It was an up-and-down weekend for the Big Green squash program. While the Dartmouth men were unable to overcome their Cornell and University of Western Ontario opponents, dropping 7-2 matches to each, the women's squash team easily handled Cornell in another dominating 9-0 victory.
However, the men, not to be outdone by their female counterparts, quickly rebounded with a convincing 9-0 thrashing of Hobart.
In each of the Big Green men's two losses, Tim Vipond '05 and co-captain and individually nationally ranked no.
Super Bowl XXXIX pits the Philadelphia Eagles against the New England Patriots, and while most networks and newspapers are more than happy to analyze blitz packages into the ground, predictions have been few and far between.
In the wake of Dartmouth football's disappointing season and the departure of head coach John Lyons, former Big Green quarterback and head coach Buddy Teevens '79 has returned to rebuild a program that once ruled the Ivy League.
The Dartmouth women's hockey team has had nothing less than a spectacular season thus far. As the only remaining undefeated team in the ECAC, the Big Green's sole loss this year was against No.
He has already pitched at Shea Stadium, Coors Field and Fenway Park, but Josh Faiola '06 still has another five months before he knows whether he'll sign with a professional baseball team or finish up his degree at Dartmouth.
Big Green women's basketball is certainly satisfying preseason expectations. The team remains undefeated in the Ivy League after two comfortable wins last weekend and will go into a pair of league games this weekend with a perfect 3-0 record in the Ivy League.
Ashley Taylor '07 said the team is definitely up for the task.
"Our coaches have prepared us well for this weekend," she said.
This weekend marks Dartmouth's first meeting of the season with No. 10-ranked Harvard (13-5-2, 10-4-1 ECACHL) and the up-and-coming Brown Bears (11-6-3, 6-5-2 ECACHL). The Bright Center in Cambridge, Mass., will be the scene of Dartmouth's most consequential league battle of the year.
MIDDLEBURY, V.T. -- The Dartmouth swimming and diving team swept Middlebury with ease on Wednesday evening.
On the women's side, it was all blue ribbon finishes for the Big Green.
Dartmouth women's basketball captured two more Ivy wins over the weekend, crushing Princeton 69-55 Friday night and devastating the Penn squad 73-71 Saturday evening.
The Dartmouth indoor track teams took to the oval this weekend and came away with seven victories between them.
The Dartmouth women's tennis team headed west for its first away matches of the winter season, facing off against Drake University and No.
This weekend's much anticipated match-ups against Harvard and Brown turned out only half as well as Dartmouth would have liked.
Dartmouth men's tennis team opened its season this weekend in South Carolina with a shaky start, suffering two losses.
On Saturday the Big Green lost a close match 4-3 to the Furman Paladins (2-3). Sunday's match proved to be less competitive, as the Clemson Tigers (4-0) dominated to shut out the Big Green 7-0.
While Hanover may presently find itself in the midst of this season's first true blizzard, the late burst of precipitation comes too late to save cross-country skiing.
Though alpine events will remain at the Dartmouth Skiway in Lyme Center, N.H., a lack of snow combined with relatively warm temperatures has driven the cross-country portion of the Carnival to the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe,Vt.
The action at Stowe -- which doubles as UVM's home course -- kicks off on Friday with the men's 10-kilometer classical race at 10 a.m., followed by the women's five-kilometer classical an hour and a half later.
After taking losses to the Princeton Tigers, the Big Green squash teams regrouped and found more success at Penn, splitting as the men lost 5-4 and the women won 6-3.
Freshman Christie Alexander moved into the top spot for the women this weekend, but Julia Drury '06 continued to lead the way in victories, winning at the second position against both Princeton and Penn.
Heather Lisle '07, who recently worked her way into the ninth spot, enjoyed similar success, winning both of her matches during the weekend.
Though the men only won one match against Princeton, upper-level starters Adam King '08, Todd Wood '07, Hank Alexander '06 and Adam Slutsky '06 put up good fights as each won a game during their losing matches.
Senior superstar Ryan Donegan continued his winning ways despite the men's 8-1 loss to Princeton, defeating No.
The Big Green returns home after outskiing chief rival UVM on the Catamounts' home mountain
The Big Green goes into Winter Carnival 20-2-0 on the season, holds one point lead in ECAC
Coming into the 2004-2005 season, the prospects looked bleak for Dartmouth club hockey. Suffering from the graduations of inspirational captain Jon Webster '04 and team bruiser Anthony Balsamo '04, and the deactivation of the Dartmouth club hockey BlitzMail account, very few could have accurately predicted a positive outcome in this year's opening game.
Two weeks ago, the Clubbers defied all odds and emerged victorious against Lyndon State, a superior team with matching uniforms.
As the men and women of Big Green track and field rolled into the Boston University Valentine's Invitational on Friday, uncertainty hovered ominously over their heads.
Though both Dartmouth squads submitted impressive performances against rivals Columbia, Yale, Vermont and New Hampshire, the level of competition in these early match-ups paled in comparison to what they were sure to face over the weekend.
Hot off a pair of wins against Brown University this weekend, the Dartmouth men's and women's squash teams are busy preparing to enter post-season play.