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Lucky Mkosana '12 drafted by Fire

(01/13/12 4:00am)

When forward Lucky Mkosana '12 points to this game as one of his favorite memories from his Dartmouth soccer career, one might be surprised to look at the box score and find that Mkosana's name a regular in the goals and assists columns is glaringly absent. After all, Mkosana finished his senior season with a total of 34 career goals and 79 career points both school records to go along with a slew of awards and accolades, most notably Ivy League Player of the Year in 2011.

Rugby teams suffer tough losses at end-of-season junctures

(05/02/11 2:00am)

Despite playing under welcome blue skies and sunshine, the Dartmouth's men and women's rugby teams suffered disappointing results over the weekend. The men's team hosted its last College Premier Division game of the season and lost, 31-15, to Kutztown University, while the women's team succumbed to Stanford University, 40-15, and the University of Northern Iowa, 31-22, in Buffalo, N.Y., at the Division I National Tournament.

Failing to hold lead against Navy, rugby drops matchup

(04/18/11 2:00am)

Despite holding the lead at halftime, the Dartmouth men's rugby team was sunk by a determined United States Naval Academy in a 27-10 loss, marking the team's fifth College Premier Division game of the season. An early penalty and first-half try put the Big Green up 10-5 at the half, but a strong Navy (5-0, Rugby East) forward line proved too much for Dartmouth (2-3, Rugby East), as it scored four successive tries in the second half, also securing bonus points. Navy remains undefeated in the Premier Division.

P.E. tennis instructor coached several successful teams

(07/13/10 2:00am)

Students who search for a P.E. course to fulfill one of those mandatory credits and happen to enroll in P.E. tennis can expect to be bombarded by questions many of which have little to do with their years of experience or strength of their backhand swing on their first day of class. This is not a training technique, but instructor Terry Cooper's preferred method of introduction. Cooper teaches four tennis classes a week in the hope of helping participants reach an intermediate-level playing caliber.

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