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OT Pays

(10/04/02 9:00am)

A lot has changed since the last time the Dartmouth men's soccer team stepped on to Chase Field. Two weeks ago, the Big Green was left with the bittersweet satisfaction of playing well against No. 1 Stanford but once again coming up short of getting a result.

Men's lax look out for leader Bears

(04/19/02 9:00am)

Confidence is a funny thing. It can take teams a long time to get, can be lost in a fleeting moment and is even harder to regain. The Dartmouth men's lacrosse team is struggling to capture some of that lost confidence as it looks to bring its sinking ship afloat this weekend and get its first Ivy League win. The Big Green (5-4, 0-3 Ivy) travels to Providence tomorrow to square off against No. 20 Brown (4-6, 2-1 Ivy).

Time to get ball rolling for men's lax as they fall to 0-3 in Ivy

(04/18/02 9:00am)

It was the same old story on Wednesday afternoon, with the same frustrating ending, for the men's lacrosse team. The Big Green got off to another strong start in the first quarter and hung tough through the next two quarters -- only to see the game slip away in the fourth. The loss to 12-5 Yale (7-3, 3-2 Ivy) extends the Big Green's losing streak to three and drops the men to 5-4 (0-3 Ivy) on the season.

Big Green to run the gauntlet of Ivy League lacrosse

(04/05/02 10:00am)

They've proved to themselves that they can play. Now, it's their chance to prove to the league that they're for real. The stakes are raised this weekend as the men's lacrosse team (5-1, 0-0 Ivy) kicks off its Ivy League campaign tomorrow afternoon (1 p.m., Scully-Fahey Field) against the nationally ranked University of Pennsylvania (5-3, 1-3 Ivy).

Men's lax looks to further success

(03/29/02 11:00am)

With snow and ankle-deep slush delaying any thoughts of spring, the hottest thing in Hanover these days may very well be the men's lacrosse team. Off to its best start since the 1995 team that started the year 6-0, Dartmouth is on a roll. The Big Green has raced out of the gates and carries a 4-1 record into tomorrow's 1 p.m. contest against the University of Hartford at Scully-Fahey Field.

Tournament Time: Strangers Come to Town

(11/09/01 11:00am)

Don't even think of telling the Dartmouth field hockey team it's only the ECACs. This team wants a trophy, and it wants it bad. The Big Green will get its chance as the top seed in the tournament it is hosting for the second consecutive year. Less than a week after defeating Brown, Dartmouth goes for the Providence sweep in their semifinal contest (11 a.m. tomorrow at Scully-Fahey Field) when the Big Green (13-4, 5-2 Ivy) squares off against Providence College (11-7, 1-4 Big East).

Field hockey defeats Brown, now waits for NCAA bid

(11/06/01 11:00am)

In the words of Tom Petty, "The waiting is the hardest part." After waiting nearly two months for the rescheduled Brown game, the Dartmouth field hockey team must wait another 24 hours to find out its postseason fate. The Big Green (13-4, 5-2 Ivy) wrapped up its regular season yesterday afternoon in Providence with its seventh straight win, a 2-0 shutout over Brown (8-9, 3-4 Ivy), and now awaits this evening's announcement by the NCAA selection committee.

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