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This week, I talked with men’s lacrosse player Jack Korzelius ’18. Korzelius has already made a impact in the beginning of the season, being named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week, Covias ECAC Player of the Week and Northeast Credit Union Player of the Week. Korzelius also netted the game-winning goals for the Big Green against Harvard University in overtime last week and the team’s win against the University of Vermont.
The men’s and women’s track and field teams each had strong showings at Boston University’s Terrier Classic this past weekend, adding to the Big Green’s stellar start to the indoor season.
This week, I sat down with Lindsey Allen ’16 of the No. 10 women’s hockey team before the team traveled to upstate New York to face St. Lawrence University and No. 7 Clarkson University. Before cooling off with two losses this weekend, the team had raced out to a 4-0-0 start, scoring 19 goals through four games. Allen leads the Dartmouth women with six goals this season.
I sat down with women’s soccer goalie Tatiana Saunders ’15 before the team’s season finale against Cornell University, which it lost 1-0. Saunders, reigning Ivy League women’s soccer player of the week, has had a strong season, allowing 11 goals in 15 games and notching seven shutouts.
I sat down with Wyatt Omsberg ’18 of the men’s soccer team before the team’s Saturday game against Harvard University. Omsberg is the reigning Ivy League Rookie of the Week thanks to his game-winning overtime goal in the Big Green’s 1-0 win over Columbia University last week.
Before the Big Green’s 27-7 win over Columbia University this weekend, I sat down with two-time Ivy League defensive player of the week Frankie Hernandez ’16, who has starred on the season’s impressive football team, which moved to 5-1 with its 27-7 win over the Lions.
I sat down with Alex Adelabu ’15, striker for the men’s soccer team, Wednesday after the team’s 3-1 loss to then-No. 23 Boston University. Adelabu, who leads the team in goals and points this season (five and 13, respectively) earned Ivy Player of the Week honors after two goals in three games for the Big Green. On Saturday, the team lost its first Ivy game of the season, 2-1 to the University of Pennsylvania.
This week, I sat down with Anna Rowthorn-Apel ’18, who plays for Big Green field hockey team. Rowthorn-Apel won Ivy League Rookie of the Week after scoring two goals in Dartmouth’s win over the University of Pennsylvania — the first Big Green field hockey player to earn the honor since Ali Savage ’15 in 2011.
This week I sat down with Kirby Schoenthaler ’15, a wide receiver and kick returner for Dartmouth’s football team. Schoenthaler set a school record for kickoff return yards in a single game against the University of New Hampshire last weekend with 198 and was named the Ivy League special teams player of the week for his performance.
I sat down with Tyler Sikura ’15, the captain of the men’s hockey team. After a disappointing first half last season, the Big Green surged to move up in the playoff standings. The team upset No. 7 seed Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute before falling in two games to No. 1 seed Union College. Last week, the team was picked to finish sixth in the preseason poll.
After a two-year hiatus from the NCAA tournament, the men’s soccer team has high hopes for this season. In 2013, the Big Green finished 6-7-4 overall and 1-6 in Ivy League competition after having one of the best starts in program history — beginning the season 4-0-4. The collapse came after a 2-1 home loss against Princeton University.
This week, I sat down with Kendall Kraus ’15, the co-captain of the women’s soccer team, before the team’s Sunday’s win against St. John’s University. So far this season, the Big Green is 1-2-1, with losses to No. 14 University of Portland and to the University of Washington. A 0-0 tie against Albany University last week and a 2-0 win over St. John’s University on Sunday extended the team’s unbeaten streak at Burnham Field to an impressive 14 games over the last three seasons. So far this season, Kraus has not registered a point, but has three shots on net.
Since being called up to pitch for the Chicago Cubs on July 10, former Big Green pitcher Kyle Hendricks ’12 has grabbed four straight wins, most recently a 4-1 victory over the New York Mets on Monday. Hendricks has amassed a 5-1 record and 1.66 ERA.
As incoming student-athletes walk across campus to their initial compliance meetings at the College, they may need to set aside more time to acquaint themselves with NCAA regulations than their predecessors did in previous years. With new NCAA policies coming into effect in August — including policies on recruiting, meals, coaching certifications and penalties for street drugs — and turnover in some Big Green coaching staffs, first-year student-athletes will have to think through more than just finding their classrooms and learning “Dartspeak.”
Shannon Doepking will lead the Ivy League-winning softball program, Dartmouth announced on Monday afternoon. Doepking, coming from Amherst College, will replace Rachel Hanson who is leaving the Big Green for Stanford University. Amherst held a 21-11 record (6-6 NESCAC) with Doepking at the helm.
For baseball players at Dartmouth, the summer season matters — though the college baseball season ends in the spring, players often look to get behind the plate and continue playing ball over the summer through one of dozens of collegiate summer leagues across the country. For the baseball players of the Class of 2016, the decision between staying on campus for sophomore summer and playing on a summer league team was simple.
Head coach Christopher “Topher” Bordeau’s contract was not renewed for the 2014-1015 men’s heavyweight crew season. He departs after eight seasons as head coach and nine with the team in total. The search for a new head coach is underway.
Wendy Bordeau will move from leading the women’s crew team to helping lead Dartmouth Athletics as senior associate athletic director by this August. After 16 years of coaching, nine as the head coach for the Big Green, she said athletics administration will be a new challenge.
And then there were none. With the departures of assistant coaches Michael Bocklet and Tim McIntee, the men’s lacrosse program will be without its former coaching staff in the upcoming year. Head coach Andy Towers’s departure was announced last week and director of varsity athletic communications Rick Bender confirmed the departures of Bocklet and McIntee yesterday.
Golf tee times at the Hanover Country Club, introduced as part of the Prouty for the first time last summer, will be available to nearly 100 more participants this year, said Rebecca Gray, senior program manager of the friends of the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer Center. During this year’s Prouty — the 33rd annual — golfers will be able to tee off at the Club on Saturday as part of the cancer research fundraiser.