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When looking back at the 2019 Dartmouth football season, it’s hard to fathom everything that happened. A last-second Hail Mary, a resounding victory over Princeton University at Yankee Stadium, the Ivy League title.
Updated: Nov. 25, 2019 at 7 p.m.
Dartmouth men’s soccer (6-8-2, 3-3-1) ended its season on Saturday with a 2-1 loss on the road at Brown University (4-9-4, 2-2-3).
The men’s and women’s cross country teams bounced back after disappointing performances at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships last week to place in the top 10 at the NCAA Northeast Regional in Buffalo, NY. The men placed sixth out of 34 teams, while the women came in eighth out of 37. Despite their strong finishes, neither team earned a qualifying bid for the NCAA championships next week.
There’s been a little more than one week of action in the college basketball world, but that one week has been enough to completely divert my attention away from the college football season. The University of Georgia is somehow ranked in the top four of the College Football Playoff rankings? Eh. Chase Young’s suspension has been reduced to only two games? Not that much of a big deal. There’s been enough time to evaluate many of these teams, but before I start my rambling…
The Dartmouth men’s hockey team is now 3-2-1 on the season after winning its last three games against Princeton University, Yale University and Brown University.
After No. 12 Dartmouth’s (8-1, 5-1 Ivy) monumental victory last week versus Princeton University at Yankee Stadium, head coach Buddy Teevens ’79 reminded his team that the season was not over, that winning the Ivy League required one more victory. The first opportunity would come against Cornell University (3-6, 2-4 Ivy) at home — a game in which the Big Green would be heavily favored. Teevens, however, was not writing off the Big Red.
In a rematch of last year’s national championship final, Harvard University edged Dartmouth women’s rugby out of a chance to defend its 2018 title by a single point on Saturday afternoon in Cambridge.
Breaking a 32-year drought of season-opener road wins and ending an opponent’s 26-game home win streak is one way to start the season. With its first season-opening road win in more than three decades, the Big Green men’s basketball team came out on top against the University of Buffalo on Friday, 68-63. While a 17-point lead fell to one in the second half, the Big Green kept its composure to hold the advantage against the Bulls.
Nov. 5 marked the start of the college basketball season, objectively the greatest sports season in America.
Updated Nov. 10, 2019 at 12:45 p.m.
In its 17 games dating back to the start of last season, No. 13 Dartmouth football is 16-1. No. 9 Princeton University football is 17-0. The one loss separating these two teams? The Tigers’ 14-9 defeat over the Big Green last November.
The annual Big Green Invite this weekend concluded the fall season of the women’s tennis team. Dartmouth hosted Yale University, the University of Massachusetts and St. John’s University in round robin play, finishing 11-14 in singles and 4-6 in doubles.
This weekend, the men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to Van Cortlandt Park in New York to compete in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships. The men’s and women’s teams both finished eighth overall at the competition.
The men’s soccer team traveled to Cambridge last weekend to for an in-conference match-up with Harvard University. The contest ended 3-1 in the Big Green’s favor, awarding the team another three points in the Ivy League standings.
The men’s hockey team opened its season with two tough road losses to Harvard University and the University of New Hampshire.