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The Dartmouth lightweight rowers swept Sunday's regatta on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass., in a race featuring Holy Cross and Boston College.
The tightest race of the day came in the varsity lightweight eight competition where all three boats were within a few feet of each other for the 2,000 meters.
Dartmouth women's crew opened up its 2004 season with races against Boston College, Northeastern University and the University of Buffalo April 3 on the Charles River in Cambridge, Mass.
Big Green women's water polo went undefeated Saturday and Sunday in the New England Regional Qualifying Tournament held at Middlebury College.
Both the men's and women's golf teams opened up with solid starts for the beginning of the spring season.
Dartmouth women's softball (5-10) swept Central Connecticut (4-20) in a double header earlier this week.
The Dartmouth sailing team took big strides toward reclaiming a top national ranking after a big four-event weekend that resulted in solid finishes in women's, co-ed and team races.
Vince Carter. Baron Davis. Carmelo Anthony. LeBron James. Candace Parker. The McDonald's High School All-American dunk contest traditionally displays the most athletic, promising and exciting young basketball players around, with future superstars winning on multiple occasions.
It was a tough weekend for the men's golf team, as they split a pair of matches with Brown and were served a loss from Harvard as well.
The Big Green was forced to play without sophomores Kenan Yount and Hisaaki Kobayashi, who finished one and two for Dartmouth at last week's Yale Spring Open played in New Haven, Conn.
Rick Reed retired on Thursday. In case you've already forgotten, Rick Reed was a control artist, a pitcher whose fastball could only touch 90 with the help of a hurricane tailwind.
The annual Dartmouth-Yale race was held in New Haven this past weekend. It was the Dartmouth men's opening race, as well as the first race showcasing the Olympic Axe Trophy, which marks the winner between these two rivals.
As the NBA season draws to a close, players across the country are either planning their vacations or preparing for the grueling postseason.
Dartmouth women's softball (8-13) hosted a doubleheader against Providence College (24-12-1) Wednesday.
With the postseason just around the corner, it's time to make some predictions.
The rain and snow could only keep the Cornell Big Red from their sorry fate for so long. Dartmouth came out on top in both games of their doubleheader in Ithaca, N.Y., asserting their dominance early and often.
On Friday, FOX put aside its usual Friday night lineup to show the first of the regular season matchups between the Red Sox and Yankees.
Regular season baseball rarely is shown on primetime network television.
The men's heavyweight rowing team was able to bounce back from last week's loss with a win against Rutgers and Boston University in Cambridge, Mass., this past weekend.
Dartmouth equestrian's two eight-person teams took home fifth and sixth in the postseason New England Classic held Saturday at Dartmouth's Morton Farm.
This past weekend, the Dartmouth women's rugby club bested a 12-team Division 1 Field to take the championship at the Beast of the East tournament in Portsmouth, R.I.
This past weekend both the men and women's golf teams traveled down to New Jersey to compete in the Ivy League Championships.
The men's team finished seventh out of eight teams in the tournament, which was disappointing for them.
Dartmouth women's softball (9-16, 3-5 Ivy) traveled to Columbia and Cornell this weekend for two scheduled doubleheaders.
In game one against Columbia, Danica Giugliano '04 pitched her first career complete game no-hitter.