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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.
After five seasons as the head coach of men’s soccer, Chad Riley was named men’s soccer head coach at his alma mater, the University of Notre Dame. “My wife and I are excited to come home, not only to Notre Dame but to the South Bend community,” Riley said in a Notre Dame press release.
Men's and women's basketball open Ivy play against Harvard, while men's and women's hockey take on ECAC rival Union College and more this weekend.
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.
Women’s cross country is headed to Kentucky. The women continued their consistent season with a second-place team finish in the 6-kilometer race, automatically qualifying for the NCAA National Championship to be held on Nov.
While her teammates are on campus preparing for the winter season, women’s alpine ski team captain Foreste Peterson ’18 is blazing her own trail.
Dartmouth football entered Friday’s much anticipated Fenway Park showdown with Brown University in need of a clean win.
Women's cross country qualifies for Nationals, football, rugby and men's soccer continue their winning seasons and more in this week's rendition of the Weekend Roundup.
Men’s basketball forward Evan Boudreaux ’19 announced this morning via Twitter that he will forego his upcoming junior season, graduate one year early from the College and complete his remaining two seasons of eligibility as a graduate transfer.
Last season, the men’s and women’s squash teams each finished ninth in the nation, one spot away from the top-eight status that distinguishes the best teams in the College Squash Association.
After three consecutive, disappointing 7-9 seasons and an 0-2 start this year, the New Orleans Saints have reeled off six straight wins and are making a case they could go deep in the playoffs. Despite the team’s struggles in recent years, the Saints offense has been as good or better than every other team in the league.