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This week I sat down with softball catcher, Kathy Dzienkowski ’16. The 2014 Ivy League Champions open the 2015 season this weekend in Tampa, Florida at the University of South Florida Wilson-DeMarini Tournament taking on Auburn University, Marshall University and USF.
This upcoming weekend sees nine Dartmouth teams in action as both the term and winter sports seasons wind down.
The squash teams ended their seasons Wednesday with wins against Williams College at the Berry Squash Courts.
8,415 days into the life of Eric Neiley ’15, both he and his brother, Kevin Neiley ’18, know the day that changed Eric’s life.
With only one carnival left before the NCAA Regional Championship, the ski team, ranked No.
With March Madness approaching, people are beginning to pay attention to college basketball.
The men and women’s club fencing teams hosted their first tournament since 2008 this Saturday on the Alumni Gym basketball courts, the last of three Northeast Fencing Conference tournaments for the 2014-2015 season.
The tournament was attended by 10 colleges, including both student-organized club teams and NCAA varsity fencing programs.
The women’s tennis team traveled to Ithaca, New York this past weekend to compete in the three-day ECAC Division I Indoor Championship, bringing home its first ECAC Winter Championship title. Dartmouth entered the tournament seeded fourth, defeating No. 5 seeded Brown University and pulling upset wins over No. 1 seeded Princeton and No. 2 seeded Columbia Universities. The three victories extended the women’s stellar season record to 8-0.
After suffering two defeats last weekend, the men’s basketball continued their streak of losses by falling to both Yale and Brown Universities this past weekend. Despite Miles Wright ’18 averaging 20.5 points per game — 20 against Yale and 21 against Brown — the team now carries a four-game losing streak on the road.
This week, I sat down with swimming’s Taylor Yamahata ’18. This weekend, Yamahata led the Big Green in a narrow loss to the University of Connecticut, finishing with individual victories in the 200-yard IM and the 100- and 200-yard backstroke.
One goal every 10 minutes. That was the average for the men’s hockey team against Yale University, the top-ranked defense in the country.
After the women’s basketball team fell to three Ivy League competitors in a row, this weekend of home games only prolonged its struggles.
The women’s ice hockey team split two matches this weekend, coming away with a win against Brown University before falling to Yale University the following day.
Twenty-six seconds left. Second-and-goal from the one-yard line. Make a touchdown here and the Seattle Seahawks would move ahead by three points, virtually guaranteeing the team a Super Bowl victory.
After a week of midterms and never-ending snow, the three-day celebration of Winter Carnival is finally upon us.
In their final non-conference meets of the season, the men’s swimming and diving team defeated the University of Connecticut 177-123 while the women’s team lost to the Huskies by a score of 166-134.
The men’s squash team earned their first win over Cornell University since the 2007-2008 season this Sunday, finishing with a 5-4 victory in a four-match weekend at the Berry Squash Courts. The women would not fare as well, falling to the Big Red 8-1. The men’s and women’s teams faced Columbia University on Saturday, but ultimately lost both matches. The No. 11 men (4-6, 1-4) fell to No. 4 Columbia 7-2, and the No. 7 women (4-6, 0-5) fell to No. 9 Columbia 6-3.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams each had strong showings at Boston University’s Terrier Classic this past weekend, adding to the Big Green’s stellar start to the indoor season.
“A Draft Bust Playing in Vienna Pictures Life After Hockey,” reads a Nov. 2014 New York Times headline, the photo below it featuring a suit-clad Hugh Jessiman ’06 staring into the camera as horse-drawn carriages pass him in the streets of Vienna, Austria. Further down, two more in-line photographs accompany the story.
The women’s ice hockey team had mixed success this weekend, coming away with a 2-2 tie against Princeton University and a 3-1 loss against No. 5 Quinnipiac University. The Big Green’s record moved to 10-10-2 overall and 6-8-2 in conference.