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There are few Dartmouth athletes fortunate enough to attract fans outside of the Upper Valley. Aside from Jay Fiedler '94, Cherie Piper '06 and a few Olympians from the ski team, Dartmouth competitors remain relatively anonymous with respect to their athletic pursuits outside of the Ivy League.
While the accomplishments of Dartmouth's aquatic juggernauts often stay within the confines of the Karl Michael Pool, members of the varsity swim team recently travelled to Acapulco, Mexico for a training trip and found a large following in a very unexpected place.
When the varsity men's swim team crossed the border for their annual winter training trip this past December, they were met with a shockingly large number of Mexican fans.
"We got off the bus at the IMSS Aquatic Center, and were greeted by a crowd of Mexicans cheering for us.
Jarrett Sampson '06
Sampson played an integral role in Dartmouth's stunning 9-8 victory over No.
The holiday weekend was witness to another decisive victory by the men's and women's track and field teams of Dartmouth College.
Over the past five days, Dartmouth's varsity squash teams have ridden the emotional and physical roller coaster of competitive sports.
KINGSTON, R.I. -- The Dartmouth women's swimming and diving team placed first and the men finished a close second on the final day of the University of Rhode Island Invitational on Saturday.
On the women's side, Dartmouth blew away the rest of the field with 473 points, followed by UMass with 319, Rhode Island with 264 and La Salle with 228.
The women won seven individual events and all four relays.
On Monday night, the Dartmouth men's basketball team squared off against an athletic and disciplined Colgate squad at Leede Arena before a sparse, but rambunctious, crowd.
Following a fall campaign that included a number of outstanding performances and consistent improvement, the Dartmouth women's tennis team continues its marathon season this weekend.
Big Green women's basketball picked up its second consecutive win in a 67-61 victory over the Central Connecticut Blue Devils on Tuesday night at Detrick Gymnasium in New Britain, Conn.
Amy Fowler, Dartmouth field hockey's head coach, was elected president of the National Field Hockey Coaches Association at this year's NFHCA conference, held in Providence, R.I., on Jan.
After a couple of tough losses to formidable foes Yale and Trinity College last weekend, the Big Green returned to its winning ways as both the men and women's squash teams defeated Amherst on Wednesday.
After winning the Red Rolfe Division, Big Green baseball ended its season with a difficult loss to Princeton in last May's Ivy Championship.
In the last non-conference game of the season on Sunday afternoon, Big Green women's basketball succumbed to the Virginia Cavaliers (14-5) in a disappointing 83-70 match at University Hall before a lively crowd of 2,090.
The two teams played a close first half as the score was tied four times in the first four minutes.
The Big Green traveled to Ithaca, N.Y., Friday night in the middle of an explosive 5-1 run. That was until fellow Ivy and nationally-ranked no.
The track and field teams of Columbia and Yale voyaged to the New England hinterlands this weekend to face the Big Green.
September 15, 2004 marked a new era for the National Hockey League. To be more precise, it began an era without the NHL.
Kristen Podolak '01 is currently representing the United States at the World Freestyle Kayak Championships in Penrith, Australia.
During the competition, the world's best kayakers attempt to perform the biggest, most impressive, and most consistent tricks in their boats on a hydraulic at a whitewater park.
Freestyle differs from the Olympic slalom event in that boats are much shorter and the focus is placed on the kayaker's ability to master skills like 360-degree "cartwheels" and moves that launch body and boat into the air with a clean landing.
Podolak first learned to kayak on her freshman DOC Trip in 1997.
Looking to rekindle the triumphant momentum of 2003's Ivy League Championship season, the Dartmouth men's lacrosse team is loaded with the talent required for a return trip to the NCAA tournament in 2005.
When one thinks of Australia, kangaroos, coral reefs and Crocodile Dundee often come to mind. However, Australia also has equally close ties with the sport of tennis.
The Dartmouth men's basketball team has had a rollercoaster season marked by tremendous highs and disappointing lows.
Coming off an abysmal 2003-2004 season, expectations were decidedly low, even with the addition of new head coach Terry Dunn.
Leading what was just recently named the 66th greatest basketball program in the nation, mainly as a result of the Green's Ivy League and national dominance in the 1930s and '40s, Dunn had a daunting task ahead of him as he strived to return Dartmouth basketball to its glory days.
Steve Callahan '05 commented on his expectations for the 2004-2005 season along with the coaching change, saying, "We expected to have a strong season.
Surrounded by a cloud of high expectations, Dartmouth women's lacrosse team begins preseason practice today.