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Williamson '12 wins championship

(04/25/11 2:00am)

The Dartmouth men and women's golf teams competed in the Ivy League Championships this past weekend at Galloway National Golf Course and Atlantic City Country Club, respectively, with the men's team finishing in fourth place and the women's team finishing last out of seven. Peter Williamson '12 finished first overall individually with a combined total score of 223 strokes. Yale University won both the men's and women's tournaments.



Football takes the field for spring practice

(04/04/11 2:00am)

While training for the fall season is a major concern of all players, the team is also preparing for its big inter-squad scrimmage, the Green and White Game, at Memorial Field on April 30. Players said the game is a great way to show the campus what the team has been working towards and to show improvement. The teams for the game are determined by a mock draft.


Rugby falls to Penn State, beats Barbados teams over break

(03/29/11 2:00am)

"Penn State was not necessarily the better team, but we prevented ourselves from winning that game," co-captain Nick Downer '11 said. "As a team, we took a lot of penalties, made a lot of mistakes that we can avoid going forward. The effort was great, [but] the performance didn't necessarily stack up to what we hoped it would be."





In off-season, athletes face absences and create opportunity

(02/17/11 4:00am)

With the Dartmouth campus buried under several feet of snow and students bundled up to fight sub-zero temperatures, it can often be difficult for off-season varsity athletes to practice during the winter. In spite of the elements, however, most student athletes find both the time and the energy to continue training in some form.


Wiens brings worldly knowledge to collegiate squash

(02/16/11 4:00am)

The drill was intended to convey that movement is crucial in squash, and by the end of the session Lewis understood Wiens' great coaching skills, Lewis said. Under Wiens' leadership, the men's and women's teams have maintained their standing as two of the best teams in the country and have recruited a number of talented players over the past several years.


Wiens brings worldly knowledge to collegiate squash

(02/16/11 4:00am)

During First-Year Orientation for the Class of 2011, men's squash team co-captain Mike Lewis '11 thought coach Hansi Wiens was "crazy" after Wiens who was then an assistant coach but became head coach in 2008 told Lewis to hop around on one foot for approximately an hour during his first team practice, not even allowing him to hit a ball.





Football stresses academics when recruiting skilled athletes

(01/20/11 4:00am)

Following Dartmouth's first winning season in more than a decade, the Big Green football team has worked hard on its recruiting efforts this offseason. Several high school football players have already made their decision in favor of Dartmouth and have chosen to become members of next year's Big Green football team.




Men's hockey to hold charity toy drive during Dec. 12 game

(11/30/10 4:00am)

The Dartmouth men's ice hockey team is embracing the holiday spirit this year by sponsoring a charity toy drive on Dec. 12, which will benefit Children's Hospital at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. An annual tradition according to assistant captain Joe Stejskal '11, the team has participated in a charity drive all four years he's been at Dartmouth.







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