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Following in the footsteps of such journalistic luminaries as Mike Wallace, Barbara Walters and Ed Bradley, The Dartmouth's Mark Sweeney catches up with the big names on campus and asks the questions that others have too much professionalism or integrity to ask. Today, Sweeney sits down with Dennis J. Gelner II.
Two goals down, not a problem, but three-goal deficits broke the camel's back. Dartmouth has come from being down two-goals to win several games this season, but the Big Green could not overcome 3-0 leads by Harvard and Brown on the last weekend of the regular season.
On Friday night, Harvard (20-6-3, 17-1-2 ECAC) out-shot Dartmouth (23-5, 16-4 ECAC) 20 to three in the first period and staked itself to a 3-0 lead.
Despite the surging efforts of the Big Green to make a miraculous comeback bid, the Crimson held on for a 4-3 final score and another conference title " its third in as many years.
The Big Green dug itself into a deficit just 3:38 into the game.
In the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Championships hosted by Middlebury College, the Big Green skiers ended the season by finishing second in the Middlebury Winter Carnival and second overall in the Eastern Cup competition.
PRINCETON, N.J. " The Dartmouth women finished eighth at the Ivy League Women's Swimming and Diving Championship at Princeton in a three-day event that was littered with record-breaking performances.
The men's tennis team swept a double-header this Saturday to improve to 3-2 this winter. After dominating Colgate (3-11) and UMBC (1-4), the Big Green now has a three-game win streak.
Dartmouth's undefeated Ivy season came to a sudden halt this weekend after the Lady Green fell 68-64 to the Brown Bears on Friday, ending a nine-game winning streak against League rivals.
The No. 75 Dartmouth women's tennis team rolled through a pair of home matches Saturday, topping Colgate 6-1 in the morning before blanking the University of Maryland-Baltimore Country 7-0 in the afternoon session.
A win over Harvard during the most exhilarating game in recent memory and debatably the most thrilling match of the 2005 NCAA hockey season, as well as a rout of Brown the next night, was still not enough to push Dartmouth ahead of Vermont for the fourth spot in the ECACHL and a first-round bye.
The last Dartmouth (10-15, 7-5) home-stand of the season lived up to its billing this weekend in two dramatic games fought in Leede Arena.
Determined to extend its three-game win streak, Dartmouth was ready to battle the Brown Bears (10-15, 3-8) from the very beginning.
Steve Callahan '05
In his last game at Dartmouth, the Big Green's two-year captain brought Leede Arena to its feet.
The College community honored the life of Rudy LaRusso '59 on Saturday in a warm ceremony during the halftime show of the Dartmouth-Yale basketball game.
As LaRusso's wife, siblings and other relatives stood at half court, the crowd packing Leede Arena rose to their feet and chanted, "Rudy!
The Big Green women's lacrosse team hosts its season opener against Granite State rival University of New Hampshire this Saturday.
The Big Green men's squash team performed up to their seeding over the past weekend, taking eighth place at the Men's College Squash Association Championships.
The weekend began with a Dartmouth loss to defending national champion Trinity on Friday, 9-0.
Dartmouth's track and field squad traveled to Harvard's Gordon Indoor Track last weekend to compete in the two-day 2005 Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championship.
The Big Green sailors had another chance to escape the chill of Hanover down in Charleston, S.C., this past weekend for the Bob Bravier Team Race held at the College of Charleston.
The approach of the NBA trade deadline typically means shakeups, surprises and marquee moves. The lead-up to this year's Feb.
The loss to Harvard a month ago seemed to have broken the impenetrable armor of the Big Green scoring machine, but the lady icers say they have regrouped and are ready for their second season, which begins against Colgate this weekend.
By the end of January, Dartmouth had amassed a program-best 19-1 record and seemed poised to claim the conference title.
When Bill Simmons, ESPN's "Sports Guy," launched a worldwide search for a new intern, Matt Bank '04 leapt at the chance to escape his humdrum corporate job and landed a spot among the 16 finalists.
Simmons, a popular writer for ESPN.com's Page 2 and ESPN: The Magazine, created the contest not only to replace his old intern, who left to work for ESPN talk show host Jim Rome, but also to give a young 20-something a shot at the big time.
"I know what it's like to be out of college -- with no freaking idea where your life is headed, with nobody giving you a chance, with your parents leaning on you to get a real job -- only you can't shake the feeling that you just need one lucky break," Simmons wrote on Page 2.
Bank, and the 4,500 others who applied during the four-day period when Simmons accepted applications, could relate to his experience.
Simmons asked contestants to write 400 words about why they should be his intern.
Dartmouth entertained the best collegiate squash players in the country this weekend, hosting the College Squash Association Individual Championships.
The Big Green's top-seeded player, Ryan Donegan '05, performed up to his No.
Last weekend, the men's ultimate Frisbee team traveled with the women's squad to San Diego, Cal., to compete with some of the best college teams in the country.
The tournament featured 30 teams organized into six pools, meaning that the first tournament day would include four games for each team, beginning at 9:00 a.m.