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The softball team traveled to New Haven, Connecticut, this past weekend to play two doubleheaders against Yale University (7-16, 2-8 Ivy) on Saturday and Sunday, winning all four games and improving its record against Ivy League schools to a conference-leading 11-1.
The Big Green (18-13, 11-1 Ivy) went on the board early in the first game as leadoff hitter Katie McEachern ’16 started the weekend with a home run to center field.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams continued their outdoor seasons this past Saturday at the George Mason Spring Invitational in Fairfax, Virginia, hosted by George Mason University.
For the second week in a row, the men’s golf team could not maintain a consistent performance throughout a two-day weekend tournament.
Men’s lacrosse took the field against No. 14 Princeton University in front of an enthusiastic crowd Saturday afternoon.
Needing to rebound after two disappointing home losses to open the Ivy League season, the No. 54 men’s tennis team entered this weekend on a four-game losing streak.
After a narrow loss to No. 56 Princeton University 4-3 on Saturday, the No. 37 women’s tennis team edged out the University of Pennsylvania 4-3 on Sunday on the back of a match-clinching three-set victory by Taylor Ng ’17 at No.
Competing as full-time sprinters for Dartmouth’s track and field team was not what sisters Anna and Sara Kikut ’16 had in mind when they first came to the College.
Surprise! Despite what the weather may indicate, it’s actually April, meaning we’re in the heart of the spring season.
A loss assigned to a pitcher is — in a perfect world — supposed to indicate fault. At times the loss can be telling of a pitcher’s performance, but it can also be a misleading statistic — a sting felt by no one more than Chris England ’15 last Tuesday after taking the start against Boston College.
The Big Green ultimately dropped the game 2-0 to the Eagles, but fault in this case goes beyond the simple winning and losing pitching record as England, in 6.1 innings, allowed two runs — one earned.
“You just go out there and you try and pitch well every time,” England said.
A boy from Panevezys, Lithuania, has taken over Dartmouth basketball. No doubt you’ve seen the SportsCenter Top 10 highlight by now — a Yale University player swats a full court in-bounds pass from Miles Wright ’18 out of bounds with 1.9 seconds to play. Down by one, Dartmouth is given one last chance. There is little talk about the game-winner itself, and even less about the player that shot it. But that’s just fine by Maldunas. All that mattered to him was his family in the stands. ?
The softball team won all four games in doubleheaders against Princeton University and Cornell University this past weekend, breaking .500 for the first time since late February and improving their record against Ivy League schools to 7-1. ?
After riding an 11-match win streak to an all-time program-high ranking of No. 18 earlier in the season, the women’s tennis team faltered over the spring interim and watched its ranking dip to No.
Facing some of the strongest competition in the Ivy League in the opening weekend of conference play, the No.
This past Saturday, on a blustery spring morning at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Massachusetts, three riders representing the Big Green equestrian team competed at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association Zone 1 Championship.
After competing in two doubleheaders this weekend, Big Green baseball has concluded its rounds in the Lou Gehrig Division and has established itself as the King of Splits.
Nearly 37 years after the Dartmouth Women’s Rugby Club was originally founded, the College will now promote the program to varsity status beginning with the next academic year, athletic director Harry Sheehy announced last week.
This week, I talked with men’s Nordic skier Patrick Caldwell ’17.
The men’s lacrosse team dropped its match Saturday at Yale University’s Reese Stadium, falling to the No. 11 Bulldogs 10-4. The loss brings the Big Green’s total record to 3-5, with the team 1-2 in the Ivy League.
For the first time this season, the women’s softball team squared off against Ivy League opponents last weekend, playing doubleheaders against the University of Pennsylvania and Columbia University on Friday and Saturday, respectively.
On top of winning three of the four games, the highlight of the weekend was a remarkable pitching performance by Kristen Rumley ’15, who on Saturday became the fifth Dartmouth softball pitcher to throw a no-hitter in program history in the first game against Columbia.
Rumley started the weekend pitching against Penn, allowing two runs and striking out four players through five and one-third innings and was relieved by Morgan McCalmon ’16, who came in, closed the game 3-2 and earned the first save of the season.
Spring term has finally arrived and with it the return of some of the Big Green’s most successful programs.