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The Big Green lineup that started in Tuesday’s 3-1 loss to Boston University looked very different than the team that dominated Yale University and Penn University at Burnham Field earlier this season.
Dartmouth (7-3-1, 2-0-0 Ivy) left many of its senior starters on the bench to start the game, including three of its top four point-scorers: Alex Adelabu ’15, Robin Alnas ’15 and Hugh Danilack ’15.
Dalyn Williams ’16 is undoubtedly a special player. In his third year as a Big Green starting quarterback, Williams has taken a large leap forward, leading Dartmouth to a 2-0 start in the Ivy League while putting up some of the best stats of his career.
Williams has primarily been known as a running quarterback in the past, but this year, he leads the Ivy League in touchdown-to-interception ratio with eight touchdowns to just two interceptions.
Madison Hughes ’15 captained the U.S. rugby team to a Bowl victory and a ninth-place overall finish at the first installment of the IRB Sevens World Series on Australia’s Gold Coast over the weekend. The tournament was Hughes’s first as captain of the Eagles and the beginning of a nine-leg tournament that ends in London in May 2015.
The field hockey team earned a hard-fought 5-4 win on Monday against the College of the Holy Cross in its second overtime win of the season. The Big Green (4-7, 2-1 Ivy) rallied in the final seconds of the game against the Crusaders (3-12), scoring with no time on the clock, then notching the game-winner just 2:04 into the extra session.
This week, I sat down with Anna Rowthorn-Apel ’18, who plays for Big Green field hockey team. Rowthorn-Apel won Ivy League Rookie of the Week after scoring two goals in Dartmouth’s win over the University of Pennsylvania — the first Big Green field hockey player to earn the honor since Ali Savage ’15 in 2011.
Dartmouth notched its fourth tie of the season Saturday night in its scoreless match against Yale University at Burnham Field. The Big Green (3-3-4, 0-0-3 Ivy) outshot the Bulldogs (5-2-3, 0-1-2 Ivy) 16-7 on the night in a back-and-forth battle that extended its home unbeaten streak to 17 games.
More than 1,400 fans watched the men’s soccer team overcome a relatively uneven first half with a huge rally in the second period to defeat Yale University 4-1 Saturday. The Big Green (7-2-1, 2-0-0 Ivy) continued its success at Burnham Field with a resounding win against the Bulldogs (0-8-2, 0-2-0 Ivy), who are 0-5 in away games this season.
In what will go down as one of Dartmouth’s most satisfying wins in the 100-year history of the Yale Bowl, the Big Green (3-1, 2-0 Ivy) defeated Yale University 38-31 in a back-and-forth thriller in New Haven.
After a successful week three on the fields, 12 Big Green teams return to action this week in Hanover and across the Northeast. Here’s our analysis of a few of the upcoming contests.
Fresh off a long-anticipated victory over the University of Pennsylvania, the Dartmouth football team looks to carry its momentum to one of the most historic venues in the country.
The men’s soccer team takes the pitch Saturday at Burnham Field, looking to remain undefeated in the Ivy League by taking down Yale University — which has yet to win a game this season.
On Tuesday, the Big Green (6-2-1, Ivy 1-0-0) stretched its unbeaten streak to seven by defeating Central Connecticut State University 3-1 at home.
After wrapping up its best season in history last spring with a 10th-place finish at the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association National Championship, Dartmouth equestrian looks forward to starting its 2014-15 campaign this weekend. The team is rushing into the new season with two shows, one Saturday at the University of Vermont and a second Sunday at Middlebury College.
For Ali Savage ’15, athleticism runs in her veins. The tri-captain’s father was a track and rugby star, while her mother swam and played field hockey. But today, Savage is an accomplished athlete in her own right.
The men’s soccer team extended its unbeaten streak to seven games in the first leg of a four-game homestand with a dominating 3-1 win over Central Connecticut State University on Tuesday night.
True to its storied Ivy League dominance, in a weekend double header the Big Green men’s first 15 (4-0 Ivy) sent the University of Pennsylvania Quakers (0-4 Ivy) back winless in conference play with a 44-10 victory before silencing any potential lingering questions about which team stands atop the conference, handily beating the last remaining undefeated team, Princeton University (3-1 Ivy), in a 54-5 match.
After dropping its first five contests of the year, the field hockey team is revving up at the right time as it begins Ivy League play. The team’s offense kept rolling in a 5-3 win over the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday. The team had 4-0 lead at the end of the first half, with co-captain Ali Savage ’15 and Anna Rowthorn-Apel ’18 each scoring two goals.
This week I sat down with Kirby Schoenthaler ’15, a wide receiver and kick returner for Dartmouth’s football team. Schoenthaler set a school record for kickoff return yards in a single game against the University of New Hampshire last weekend with 198 and was named the Ivy League special teams player of the week for his performance.
The Big Green came out firing, notching quality chances from the word go. In the first 10 minutes, the Big Green quickly tallied three shots without conceding any to the Tigers. After the barrage of chances, leading scorer Lucielle Kozlov ’16 notched an assist in the 13th minute, sliding the ball across the end line to Corey Delaney ’16, who deposited the ball inside the post for her first goal of the season.
The men’s soccer team edged past Princeton University 2-1 on Saturday with a set piece connection in extra time between Matt Danilack ’18 and Gabe Hoffman-Johnson ’14. The Big Green (5-2-1, 1-0-0 Ivy) opened its Ivy League schedule with an important road win, the team’s first Ivy-opening win since 2011 when players earned a share of the conference title. The game marked the Big Green’s third straight win.
The volleyball team finished the weekend at home with a five-set win over Brown University and a straight-set loss against Yale University. On Friday, the Big Green (11-3, 2-1 Ivy) came back to beat the Bears (6-9, 1-2 Ivy) in five sets, but could not carry the momentum into Saturday evening’s game against Yale (6-6, 2-1 Ivy).