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With two weeks to go in the regular season, life in the ECAC has become a little tight. Namely, Dartmouth and Harvard are tied for fourth place and sit just two points back of Cornell, which has 23. The Big Red are just two points behind first-place St. Lawrence; only three points separate sixth place from the two-way tie for tenth.
Here's a brief recap of last weekend's ECAC hockey action:
Every game counts as teams continue to grapple for postseason positioning. There were a couple blowouts and a couple nail-biters this weekend, and when the dust settled, St. Lawrence was in first place in the ECAC with 23 points. In case you want to size up the competition, or just laugh at other school's misfortune, here's what else happened this weekend in the ECAC.
The new year has been a bit of a ride for the men's hockey team, with the Big Green 5-1-2 since New Year's Day. While that is a successful mark, there is a bit of deception in the numbers. Currently, the Big Green is perfect at home in 2001, 5-0, but is 1-2 on the road.
With Dartmouth picking up its first four point weekend of the season with a pair of wins over Colgate and Cornell this weekend, it appears that the Big Green have finally found their stride.
After a win and a tie against the Vermont Catamounts last weekend, the Big Green appear to have their first half woes behind them as they head into this weekend. Dartmouth will be back home at Thompson to face Colgate and Cornell, two teams at opposite ends of the ECAC standings. The Colgate Red Raiders are behind the Big Green in tenth place going into this weekend, while the Cornell Big Red is 4-1-1 and in fourth.
If not for a fourth-line freshman on the Northeastern Huskies, Dartmouth might have gone into their holiday break as the winners of three straight. The Big Green posted dramatic overtime wins against No.11 Maine on November 25th and Merrimack College on December 15th to improve their record to 3-6-0 this season, and squandered a 2-1 third period lead against Northeastern on December 9th.
The Dartmouth men's ice hockey team returned to Hanover with its first win of the season, but overall the weekend was bittersweet. The Big Green currently stand at 1-1-0 in the ECAC after a 4-3 overtime win over Brown on Friday and a 5-2 loss to Harvard on Saturday.
Brown 3, Cornell 2
If asked, how well would I say Midnight Madness would go over at Dartmouth?
In case you didn't realize, let me tell you that the whole hockey world is holding its breath until Oct. 6. On that fateful day, the verdict will be released in the Marty McSorley trial, a verdict which could change the face of hockey.
Maybe Dartmouth men's soccer fans shouldn't be too excited by the team's 3-2 record (1-0 Ivy). But hey, the Big Green's three wins this season are as many as they had during all of last year's tough campaign.
I have to admit that when I first heard about WWF owner Vince McMahon deciding to start his own football league, I thought that the idea was too crazy to believe. But that was before I realized how popular the WWF has become on this campus alone. I can name at least a dozen people who schedule their Monday nights around WWF Raw. Is that a little extreme? Probably.
I'm from New York and I have to say that it's about time that the Mets started to get some credit. I remember that while I was growing up, liking the Mets was almost as bad as supporting communism. But now the Mets are turning the tide of popularity in the Big Apple. As I type this, the Mets are only a game out of first place in the NL East, which is more that the Yankees can say Let's face it Yankee fans; your team's days are numbered.
We all knew that Monday Night Football was in for a change when Boomer Esiason, fired after two seasons in March, and Don Ohlmeyer, the show's producer in the 1970s, were brought back. And now, with the addition of Dennis Miller to the booth, many fans are asking, "What are the ABC executives thinking? Who are the ad whizzes who came up with this one!?!" While many Monday night quarterbacks have their recliners in the upright position in a fit of rage over ABC's latest change, I think the addition of Miller definitely has the potential to improve the broadcast.
The Crimson and the Big Green softball teams were both in must-win situations going into their doubleheader in Cambridge yesterday.
The battle for the Ivy League crown will culminate in a do-or-die doubleheader this afternoon between the Dartmouth Big Green and the Harvard Crimson.
The Dartmouth softball team was finally on Mother Nature's good side yesterday.
Judy Oberting, head coach of the Dartmouth women's ice hockey put the finishing touches on a stellar season by being awarded the American Women's College Hockey Alliance's Coach of the Year Award last week.
The Big Green softball team swept a double-header against Vermont yesterday behind a strong pitching performances of Christine Quattrocchi '03 and Stacy Sanders '00.