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The Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships brings together all eight Ivy League schools to compete for the conference title every year. The host location rotates between Columbia University, Cornell University, Dartmouth and Harvard University. This year, it is Dartmouth’s chance to host the meet at Leverone Field House. Because each school only hosts Heps once every four years, this year’s indoor Heps presents a unique opportunity for the men’s and women’s Big Green track and field teams, according to women’s track and field co-captain Bridget Douglas ’18.
As the men’s squash regular season comes to a close, the Big Green has placed itself in a position as one of the top eight teams in the College Squash Association eligible to compete for the Potter Cup at the 2018 Men’s National Team Championship in Hartford, Connecticut. Dartmouth has defeated No. 8 University of Rochester, No. 7 Princeton University and No. 9 Yale University in the last few weeks.
Women’s tennis co-captain Kristina Mathis ’18 has been playing tennis since she was five thanks to the influence of her dad. Here at Dartmouth, she has seen her team through many victories including winning the Ivy League Championship last spring. The women’s tennis team most recently won on Wednesday, January 17 against Boston University.
An integral and often unnoticed part of a rowing crew is the coxswain. In fact, many consider the coxswain to be the most important member of the crew. That said, outside of the rowing community, few seem to have a clear understanding of what a coxswain does — or even how to spell it.
Dartmouth’s equestrian team is sending 11 riders, nearly half of the entire roster, to compete at the Regional Championship this Sunday, April 2, at Morton Farm. The competition was pushed back one day due to an impending storm.
It wasn’t a national championship, but it was enough to be satisfied — for now.
With its strongest carnival season in years, Dartmouth’s ski teams are headed to the NCAA Championships.
Last season, the Big Green ski team turned a corner. After a nearly four-year carnival drought, Dartmouth snagged a win at the Colby Carnival in late January 2016. The team won again the next weekend at the University of Vermont but was held winless for the remainder of the season. Still, hopes remained high, and the team managed to place fifth at the 2016 NCAA Championships, its best performance since 2013.
On March 10, 2016, the Ivy League announced its decision to implement a four-team postseason tournament for men’s and women’s basketball. The Ancient Eight is the last of the 32 Division I leagues to switch to a postseason tournament to determine its guaranteed NCAA championship bid.
If chess were a sport, how would it be played? According to Annie Blasberg ’20, it might look a little like “tennis in a box” — or as it’s commonly known, squash.
James Holder, the new head coach of men and women’s swimming and diving, has set out to change the culture of the swim program, which former coach Jim Wilson headed for 23 seasons on the men’s side and 10 seasons on the women’s side before stepping down last year. Holder hoped to improve upon last season’s performance in which both teams finished eighth at the 2016 Ivy League Championship, but the start of this season has shown that better results may not come quickly.
When fall sports season began, some Upper Valley community members noticed a change in the sports they heard on the radio.
Danielle Okonta '20, Emma Sklarin '18 and Sabena Allen '20 took to the campus to talk to take the pulse of the Dartmouth club sports scene. Check out what they found out here.
Carmen Braceras ’20 grew up playing ice hockey. At Dartmouth, she is using those skills to play for the field hockey team. Braceras, a freshman from Concord, Massachusetts, began playing field hockey in middle school. She played varsity at Concord-Carlisle High School, and she currently leads the team with 13 points.