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As many Dartmouth students departed New Hampshire for a long, leisurely winter break, a couple of Big Green sports teams headed to warmer destinations for intensive training trips. Dartmouth’s swimming and diving teams spent two weeks in Hawaii, and the crew teams spent eight days in DeLand, Florida.
Dartmouth ultimately could not penetrate Providence’s defense, and the Friars were able to strike again. In the 56th minute, the Friars increased their lead to 2-0. Providence put on the final touch in the 79th minute giving the Friars a 0-3.
Following a 1-5 defeat at the hands of the Yale Bulldogs, the Big Green came out strong against the Brown team on Saturday for its first Ivy League win of the season. The Dartmouth offense, which had struggled to find the back of the net the day before, exploded in the first period and maintained pressure throughout the game.
While most Dartmouth students enjoyed some rest and relaxation during winter break, the men’s and women’s track and field teams were hard at work training and competing this December.
A pair of Sports Center Top Tens and buzzer-beating three pointers color the stories of the Dartmouth men and women’s basketball teams who have taken it upon themselves to breathe new life into freshly restructured programs.
The Dartmouth Men’s Ice Hockey team doesn’t have any first, second or even seventh round draft picks. Yet it has stacked its schedule with four of seven National College Athletics Association ranked teams this interim — some having an upwards of six players who went in the draft — including the no. 1 Boston University Terriers.
Men’s basketball power forward Connor Boehm drained a buzzer-beating three-pointer to lead the Big Green to victory against Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne on Nov. 28. This week I spoke with Boehm about the ups and downs of the Big Green’s 2014-2015 season.
A 2-0 victory against No. 1 Boston University brought men’s hockey fans to their feet on Sunday afternoon in Thompson Arena. Dartmouth (4-3-1, 2-3-1 ECAC) controlled the contest, left wing Brad Schierhorn ’16 said, by sticking to what players knew they could do well.
A resurgent 2014 season came to a grinding halt for the men’s soccer team on Sunday night. Playing in the second round of the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2010, the Big Green fell to host Providence College 3-0, with all three goals occurring in a span of 31 minutes in the second half.
A 20th-place finish at the NCAA National Championships on Saturday capped off the women’s cross-country season.
With a shot at its first Ivy League title since 1996 still alive, the football team finished its season with an emphatic 41-10 win over Princeton University in New Jersey — and possession of second place in the Ivy League.
Alex Adelabu ’15 played the role of hero once again for men’s soccer team on Thursday night in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. The senior and leading scorer notched the go-ahead goal in the 87th minute to lifted Dartmouth to a 2-1 victory over Fordham University and into the second round.
The men’s basketball team opened its season with a non-conference loss, 77-57, against St. Bonaventure University — the first-ever meeting between the Big Green (0-1) and the Bonnies (1-0). Wednesday, the team moves on to play Hartford University. In the teams' matchup last year, Dartmouth lost 68-56.
The women’s basketball team beat the New Jersey Institute of Technology Sunday in overtime 68-63 in its season opener at Leede Arena, despite shooting under 37 percent from the field.
For the second year in a row, the women’s cross country team qualified for the NCAA national championship meet in Terre Haute, Indiana. The team received one of 13 at-large bids after finishing third in the Northeast Regional meet with 136 points.
Dartmouth, after putting up just one goal in a 4-1 loss to Yale University in the first of two this weekend, came onto the ice with something to prove Saturday. The team, trying to shake last season’s reputation that it was either hot or not, took the 22-hour break to compose itself, find the chemistry it lacked the night before, and smack the visiting Brown University Bears with a 6-0 shutout, the first career shutout for James Kruger ’16.
As the horn sounded on the final regular season game, the men’s soccer team was greeted on one side by fellow players on the bench, and on the other by zealous fans charging onto the pitch.
In the final home game of the season, the Big Green football team came away with another convincing victory, defeating Brown University 44-21, to send its seniors off in style.
This week, I sat down with Lindsey Allen ’16 of the No. 10 women’s hockey team before the team traveled to upstate New York to face St. Lawrence University and No. 7 Clarkson University. Before cooling off with two losses this weekend, the team had raced out to a 4-0-0 start, scoring 19 goals through four games. Allen leads the Dartmouth women with six goals this season.
When Dartmouth and Brown University meet on Memorial Field Saturday, they play the Big Green’s final home game of the season, while also stepping into a larger history of Ivy League football.