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It’s probably safe to say that professional rugby player Madison Hughes ’15 has one of the more distinct D-Plans on campus. He has been off-campus for the last two terms of his senior year, completing his assignments while captaining the United States Eagles sevens squad. This past weekend, the Eagles dominated Australia 45-22 to win the Marriott London Sevens Cup final and claim win their first World Rugby HSBC Sevens World Series title.
All three rowing teams were in post-season action this weekend, each competing for a bid to their national championship.
The month between the Ivy League Heptagonal Championship and the beginning of the NCAA Championships provides the track and field teams with one final chance to chase qualifying performances for the NCAA regional meet over the last week of May.
The No. 95 softball team lost both of its games in the NCAA Regionals, falling to No.
After securing the Big Green its first Ivy League championship in three years this past fall, it was fitting for the 2014 men’s soccer team to produce one of the highest numbers of athletes to sign professional contracts in recent program history.
Over the past couple of months, Stefan Defregger ’15, Gabe Hoffman-Johnson ’14 and Colin Heffron ’15 signed contracts to play for American clubs in the United Soccer League, recognized as the third division league by the United States Soccer Federation.
“I think there’s a consistent trait in all the guys, that idea that they do what the coaches ask them to do, which is a big first thing because we ask a lot of them,” men’s soccer head coach Chad Riley said.
After nine months of riding a bike through rugged outdoor terrain, your average student would likely swear off cycling for good, content to pass through this life from the comfort of an automobile or as a simple pedestrian.
Spring term and spring sports seasons are winding down here in Hanover.
The men’s heavyweight and lightweight crew teams will both travel to Worcester, Massachusetts, this weekend to begin their post-season competition at the Eastern Sprints Regatta, the annual rowing championship for the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges.
While the lightweight team only needs to finish in the top eight and the heavyweight in the top 12 to continue on to the IRA National Championship Regatta, both squads have set their sights on getting into the top six, heavyweight head coach Wyatt Allen and lightweight head coach Sean Healey said.
To ensure that the College’s varsity athletic program remains competitive among Division I conferences, the Big Green has been relying on generous donations by alumni and supporters to reach its goal of increasing endowed head coaching positions over the past five years.
The Dartmouth softball team will head to Tallahassee, Florida, this weekend to face the ninth-seeded Florida State University in the first round of the NCAA tournament in the Tallahassee Regional. After winning the Ivy League Championship against the University of Pennsylvania for the second consecutive year, the Big Green (25-16, 16-4 Ivy) is gearing up to compete against 63 of the best softball teams across the nation.
Taylor Ng ’17 began playing tennis with her older sister when she was around five years old, but did not commit fully to the sport until her junior year of high school. Now, as a sophomore at the Colleg, Ng is the number one singles player on the College’s women’s team, is ranked in the top-100 players nationally and has helped to lead the Big Green to one of their most successful years in program history.
Women’s hockey captain Karlee Odland ’15 had a unique childhood. She was born and raised on a farm in southern Alberta, Canada, where she said there is a strong agricultural community of around 7,000 people in the region.
After months of training and preparation, the men’s and women’s track and field teams competed at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships this past weekend in Philadelphia.
After receiving its first bid to the NCAA tournament in program history, the women’s tennis team defeated No.
NEW YORK, N.Y.— It happened again. Columbia University took the Ivy League Championship from Dartmouth baseball for the third consecutive year — but maybe “again” doesn’t quite fit here.
When the Lions took on the Big Green in 2013, Dartmouth was the team to beat, with cannons in its starting rotation like Michael Johnson ’13, Mitch Horacek ’14 and Kyle Hunter ’13, but the Big Green was swept in two games.
Across both the men’s and women’s teams, five Dartmouth lacrosse players earned All-Ivy recognition this season, with two securing positions on the vaunted first teams.
This week I talked with Big Green softball’s Morgan McCalmon ’16,who is one of the team’s top starting pitchers and has put together a 10-2 record with an ERA of 2.43.
For the men’s and women’s track and field teams, months of training and preparation will culminate in two days of competition this weekend when the teams travel to the University of Pennsylvania to compete in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.
If it can be said that this year was a season of opportunity for Dartmouth baseball — as I wrote in the preseason round up so many weeks ago — then this weekend is the culmination of that opportunity, the chance to swipe the Ivy League crown from the two-time reigning champ Columbia University in the Lions’ own den.
It’s championship season for the Big Green. Last week saw the softball team repeat as Ivy League champions, and this week their counterparts on the baseball team will look to capture their first title since 2010.