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The Dartmouth men’s ice hockey team dropped a pair of home games against St. Lawrence University and Clarkson University last weekend. After an impressive stretch of hockey during the winter interim period, the Big Green has run into some trouble finding its rhythm again after tying with the University of New Hampshire two weeks ago.
The Big Green men’s basketball team (6-8, 0-1) fell short of a late rally in a 55-52 loss against the University of Vermont (8-8, 3-0) on Wednesday night.
In its final action before the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association carnival season, the Dartmouth men’s and women’s nordic skiing teams headed to Michigan to compete in the US Cross Country Championships from Jan. 2 to Jan. 9. Led by standout performances from Corey Stock ’16 and Patrick Caldwell ’17, the nordic team enjoyed a strong showing in the week-long event.
With 10 Dartmouth teams in action this weekend, Blaze Joel and Brett Drucker make predictions on how the Big Green will fare. T
The Dartmouth women’s track and field team has found a veritable gem in Kaitlin Whitehorn ’16. Less than a year after making history as the first woman to win both the 100-meter dash and high jump at the 2014 Ivy League outdoor Heptagonal Championships, Whitehorn isn’t showing any signs of slowing down as she continues to dominate across events in the 2014-2015 indoor season.
Austin and Rich tackle everyone's least favorite sports fans in this week's Any Given Thursday.
Something happens to a man when he puts on his mask. When he finishes his coffee, laces his skates, tapes up his stick, stretches out his body, he becomes someone else. When James Kruger ’16 skates on to the ice, he leaves behind the fraternity brother, the psychology major and the family man. When he skates on to the ice, he becomes a competitor. James Kruger becomes a goalie.
The no. 8 men’s and no. 10 women’s squash teams each had busy weekends, both beating Drexel University and falling to the University of Pennsylvania, ranked no. 3 in women’s, and Princeton University, ranked no. 8 in men’s and no. 5 in women’s. ?
In a three-team swim meet last Saturday in Hanover, the swimming and diving program got off to a poor start to begin its Ivy League schedule. However, divers showed promise after returning from injuries.
The Dartmouth men’s and women’s track and field teams ushered in 2015 with two dominant team victories at the 46th annual Dartmouth Relays on Sunday, Jan. 11 at Leverone Field House.
With a critical second-half surge, the women’s basketball team defeated Harvard University, 76-61, at Lavietes Pavilion this past Saturday to open conference play. After dropping both games to the Crimson (6-8, 0-1 Ivy) last season, the Big Green (10-5, 1-0 Ivy) proved it would be a force to be reckoned in the Ivy League this year.
The Big Green tied the Wildcats (6-11-2) 2-2 after an overtime period on Friday before dropping its last non-conference match on Sunday afternoon 4-1 to the Catamounts (15-5-1).
With 1,867 people in the stands, the Dartmouth men’s basketball team (6-7, 0-1 Ivy) fell 57-46 to Harvard University (10-3, 1-0 Ivy) on Saturday in its Ivy League opener.
This week I sat down with women’s hockey’s Kennedy Ottenbriet ’17. Ottenbriet scored the game-winning goal for the Big Green in the 3-1 victory over Union College on Saturday, Jan. 10.
The first weekend of winter term is upon us, and while that has brought freezing temperatures to the Upper Valley, action is heating up on the rinks and courts of Hanover as nine varsity teams compete this weekend. Many of Dartmouth’s winter sports teams already have some competition under their belts, but the new year brings the meat of most teams’ league schedules. As the Big Green gears up for a big weekend of competition, we’re here to get you ready as well.
With the college football playoffs coming to an end, we decided that we would write this article about which National Basketball Association player we would build a team around. With the emergence of several new superstars in the NBA this year, including Stephen Curry and Anthony Davis, we began dreaming of scenarios to play general manager.
With two meets under their belts, the Dartmouth men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams head into their first home meet of the season against Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania this Saturday, led at the helm by backstroker James Verhagen ’16.
Shorter than the average college quarterback, Williams has been sized up, sent down and passed over before. Now, in his junior year at Dartmouth, he finds himself the runner-up for the Bushnell Award -— an award given to the Ivy League player of the year.
Squash is a one-on-one game, a sport in which two players enclose themselves in a court with just a ball and two rackets.
John Abraham '16 was chosen as one of 12 Canadians to play with the Maple Leafs — three of whom who came down from the national team to balance the mix of new and experienced players. They flew to South America last Monday to compete in tournaments in Argentina and Chile. The recent fifteens season he played with Dartmouth, Abraham said, helped prepare him — a smaller, faster player — for the level of play that can be expected internationally.