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Abbey D'Agostino repeats as Northeast Regional champion

(11/12/12 4:00am)

The Dartmouth men's and women's cross country teams closed out their seasons on Friday at the NCAA Northeast Regional at Hammonasset Beach State Park in Madison, Conn., where the men took fourth and the women finished 10th. Even though she missed the last two races due to injury, Abbey D'Agostino '14 showed no signs of rust, repeating as individual champion and advancing to Saturday's NCAA Championships in Louisville, Ky.




Volleyball drops all three at Buffalo Blue and White Tourney

(09/17/12 2:00am)

The Dartmouth women's volleyball team traveled to Buffalo, N.Y., this weekend to take part in the Buffalo Blue and White Tournament. The Big Green faced off against tournament-host University at Buffalo, State University of New York as well as Syracuse University and the University of Hartford. The team lost all three games, falling to Buffalo in five sets and Syracuse and Hartford in four.






One-on-One: Chris Plante '12

(11/21/11 4:00am)

Men's diving team captain Chris Plante '12 placed fourth in the three-meter event and fifth in the one-meter event in Dartmouth's meet against Brown University this weekend, which the Big Green handily won. The diving team will be back in action after winter break, beginning with a showdown against Yale University on Jan. 14. I sat down with Plante to talk about pre-dive rituals, the scary aspect of diving and the team's affinity for guacamole.




One-on-One

(10/24/11 2:00am)

I sat down with Dartmouth field hockey players Lisa Masini '13 and Maya Herm '13 to talk about the Big Green's season, team shenanigans and its approaching offseason. The Big Green began the season by winning its first three League games, and even after two weekend loses, the team is now tied with Harvard University for fourth place in the conference.










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