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For the fourth time since the start of the HSBC Sevens World Series, Madison Hughes ’15 has been selected to captain the USA Eagles sevens squad. The Eagles embarked for Wellington, New Zealand for the fourth leg of the series, set to take place on Feb. 6 and 7.
This may be Super Bowl Sunday and the week before Winter Carnival, but that doesn’t mean that the big game (or planning ahead) should dominate your weekend schedule, as 14 Dartmouth teams are in action across the northeast this weekend as well. Here, we will refrain from making predictions on the Super Bowl, and instead offer our insight and analysis on three Big Green contests taking place this weekend.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams hosted a thrilling Dartmouth Invitational last weekend, ending in first and second place overall finishes for the Big Green, respectively. The men’s team secured a resounding win, scoring 1,221.5 points and breaking three records while the women's team came in second by one point.
In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past month, there happens to be this quiet, little event going on this Sunday. You’ve probably never heard of it, after all it’s only the most over-hyped and over-analyzed sporting event of the year.
The No. 46 Dartmouth men’s tennis experienced mixed results over the weekend, winning against the No. 66 University of Denver with a score of 5-2 before narrowly falling to No. 64 Indiana University, 4-3.
In an Ivy League tri-meet, Dartmouth track and field dominated Columbia and Yale Universities on Saturday, Jan.
The men’s and women’s squash teams came out on top in the first matches of their four-game home stands, as they both scored victories over Bates College at the Berry Squash Courts on Sunday. With decisive 7-2 victories, the No. 7 women (4-4, 0-3) topped No. 15 Bates (6-8), and the No. 11 men (3-5, 0-3) overcame the No. 16 Bobcats (7-7).
For the first time in six years, the Dartmouth men’s basketball team defeated Harvard University on Saturday, Jan. 24, ending Harvard’s (11-5, 1-1) nine-game win streak over Ivy League competition and Harvard’s 11-game win streak over Dartmouth.
This week I sat down with women’s tennis player Julienne Keong ’16. Keong contributed a doubles win to Dartmouth’s victory over Brown University this weekend.
Women’s ice hockey dropped two this weekend in a tough homestretch against conference rivals Cornell and Colgate Universities. The Big Green’s record moved to 10-9-1 overall, and 6-7-1 in conference.
After putting themselves on the scoreboard with Amber Mixon’s ’18 layup only seconds into the game, the Dartmouth women’s basketball team led the Harvard Crimson for all but 1:01 of the remaining 40 minutes of action on Saturday night. However, a furious late-game comeback by the visitors would change all of that.
Center ice, pressure on, alternate captain Eric Neiley ’15 goes right, left, right and comes back left to bury the puck in the back of the net — the Big Green’s first goal off a penalty shot in 12 years. Just over a minute into the first period, Neiley’s shot gave Dartmouth its first goal, setting the tone for the 5-2 win over Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.
The Dartmouth men’s and women’s track and field teams continued their stellar winter seasons with strong team victories against the University of Maine, the University of Vermont and Colgate University on Saturday, Jan. 17, at the Leverone Field House. This marked the second victory in two weeks for both teams. ?
Kicking off the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association Carnival Season, the men and women’s ski teams placed second out of 16 teams at the Bates Carnival competition held at Sunday River Resort and Black Mountain for alpine and nordic, respectively. Maine from Jan. 16 to Jan. 17. The Big Green finished with 854 points and trailed the University of Vermont’s team, who earned 914 points after winning both slalom races.
As Dartmouth teams turn to the heart of league play, 14 Big Green teams will head into the weekend looking to position themselves for post-season opportunities.
Last Sunday, many of us witnessed one of the greatest comebacks to ever occur in a playoff football game. The game perfectly illustrated why football can be such a thrilling ride, and how it can leave many of us craving more. Unfortunately, the only football this Sunday will be the annual Pro Bowl, which epitomizes the fact that All-Star games in professional sports never live up to their potential.
The No. 10 women’s squash team notched two upsets in a successful trip to New Haven, Connecticut this past weekend. The No. 8 men’s team, also in New Haven, lost 7-2 to the No. 4 University of Rochester.
The men’s and women’s tennis teams started their winter indoor season off strong last Saturday, with both teams seeing successful results from their home matches. The Big Green men dominated on Saturday, defeating both the State University of New York at Buffalo and Bryant University with respective scores of 7-0 and 6-1. The women’s team clinched a hard-fought victory over Boston College, with a score of 4-3.
In a low scoring victory over New Jersey Institute of Technology, the men’s basketball team led for all but 3 minutes and 11 seconds Saturday in a start-to-finish effort to beat the Highlanders 62-63. The Big Green's defense forced 23 turnovers for NJIT, a season high.
Dartmouth women’s ice hockey, scoreless through the first two periods, exploded for four goals in the third period to sink no. 5 Harvard University, 4-2, on Saturday at Thompson Arena, extending its own win streak to four and severing Harvard’s 10-game win streak in the process.