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In 1925, the Dartmouth football team won its sole national title behind the strong arm of halfback Andrew “Swede” Oberlander. In a black-and-white team photo, the Big Green squad looks just as one would expect of a team from that era: burly, serious and entirely white.
Men’s Track and Field
Before his sophomore summer, David Cordero ’16 could count on one hand the number of times he had ridden a horse. On Sunday, he represented Dartmouth’s equestrian team at Zones, one step below the national stage.
Women’s Track and Field
The equestrian team was back in the saddle on Saturday at the University of New Hampshire, competing for the first time since they concluded its fall stint in November. The Big Green placed sixth out of 12 schools who competed in Saturday’s show. Dartmouth equestrian enjoyed modest success in its seven fall shows, winning at Middlebury College and Colby-Sawyer College and placing third in three more shows.
This week, The Dartmouth spoke with the women’s lacrosse co-captain Jaclyn Leto ’16. Leto is a senior standout, garnering unanimous All-Ivy League First Team honors in both her sophomore and junior seasons. In Saturday’s season opener against the University of Massachusetts Lowell, she became the 17th Big Green player to score her 100 career goals. On Tuesday, she was named to the watch list for the Tewaaraton Award, given annually to the most outstanding American college lacrosse player.
This weekend told an all too familiar tale for the Big Green women’s swim and dive team, as they finished in eighth place in the Ivy League Championships for the third straight year. Despite several record-breaking performances, the women finished with 532.5 points, seven points behind seventh-place Cornell University and trailing winner Harvard University by almost 1,000.
After a three-week break, the No. 5 men’s squash team stormed back onto the courts this past weekend to secure a thrilling victory against No. 12 Cornell University 5-4 before losing to No. 8 Columbia University 5-4 the next day. The women’s team also travelled to New York but dropped both games to Cornell and Columbia 8-1. Then on Tuesday, both the men and women’s squash teams picked up wins, traveling to Williams College and sweeping the Ephs. The men’s team (8-3, 3-2) continued their remarkable season with a 6-3 victory, while the No. 11 women (4-8, 0-5) ended its two-game skid with a 5-4 nail-biter.