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Optimism is running high on the Dartmouth men's lacrosse team after the team started out the season 1-0 with a 6-2 win over Colgate this past Saturday. Traditionally the team has been extremely strong on defense while struggling a bit more on the offensive side of the field. This year, however, the team expects that will change.
One need only go so far as the Dartmouth women's hockey homepage on the Internet -- www.dartmouth.edu/~wicehock -- to see what an impressive program we have had here at Dartmouth College since its inception in 1978.
It was business as usual for the Dartmouth women's hockey team on Wednesday as it soundly defeated 10th ranked Providence 5-1 on the road. With a 12-1-1 record, the team is ranked number one in the nation by every major poll and has been playing several levels above the competition.
"It's the small things that count" is an often quoted statement about life that proved to be very true for the Dartmouth women's hockey team this past weekend. On Friday night the team got spanked by 8th-ranked Northeastern 4-0 in what was the team's first loss of the regular season after jumping out to an unprecedented 10-0-1 start.
The fight for the top spot in Ivy League women's soccer is heating up as Harvard and Princeton share a 4-1 record to tie for first place in the division. Brown and Dartmouth are well within striking distance with a 3-1 record.
This past week featured several key Ivy League women's soccer match-ups. Several top teams squared off to establish an edge early in the season.
The Dartmouth women's soccer team has some new faces but it's still performing like the team that went 4-1 at the close of last season. Under the leadership of new head coach Erica Walsh, the team has jumped out to a 3-1 start -- a vast improvement over its abysmal 1-4 beginning last fall.
With four games left to play this season, the Dartmouth women's ice hockey team has the opportunity to clinch one of the greatest seasons in the team's 22-year history. At 15-5-0, the team has already bettered its 14-7-5 record of last year, and two more wins this year will top the Green's 1997-98 record of 16-5-1.
The name Dartmouth should strike fear into the heart of any team that is so unlucky to face the women's hockey team this winter. Over the last five games the Big Green have outscored their opponents by a margin of 25-3, solidified their position as one of the best teams in the ECAC, and proved they can win the big games as well as the routine ones.
After being ranked the number one singles player in the NCAA East for women's tennis, touring the WTA for three years as a professional player, and acting as an assistant women's tennis coach at Harvard University, Jennifer Callen has settled down at Dartmouth College.
The Dartmouth women's ice hockey team's fight for home ice in the playoffs came to a valiant end this weekend as Dartmouth lost to top-ranked Harvard 4-3 on Saturday and tied Northeastern 0-0 yesterday, with both games ending in overtime.
Dartmouth's women's ice hockey team was unable to defeat UNH during last year's dominant season, and they were not able to so this past Friday either.
The offense of the Dartmouth women's ice hockey team ran into a brick wall this weekend -- the starting goaltender of the U. S. Olympic gold medal team.
Niagara University came to Hanover this weekend armed with a goalie from the Canadian under-22 National Team and hopes of containing the aggressive offense of the Ivy League Champion Dartmouth Women's Ice Hockey team. That is just what Niagara did in the first period of the two-game series this past weekend, jumping out to a 1-0 lead. Once the referee dropped the puck on center ice to begin the second period, however, the Big Green put on a clinic. Dartmouth outscored Niagara 11-1 over the next five periods of play and outshot the Purple Eagles 115-24 in the series.
After coming up one game short of the national championship, one would not expect the Dartmouth women's lacrosse team to be concerned with building experience. But that is about all they will be able to do against the United States Women's National Team this Saturday at Boston University. The National team is a collection of the most talented women lacrosse players in the United States.
Late in the second quarter of the Dartmouth-Princeton men's lacrosse game, a ground ball rolled quickly toward the scorers table. Two mammoth Princeton defenders, well over six feet tall, homed in on the ball with their long sticks extended. The now three-time defending champion Tigers were in the midst of a nine-goal run in the second quarter to quell any Dartmouth hopes of an upset. The gears of the powerful machine known as the Princeton Lacrosse team were grinding at full force.
Rain, wind and puddles weren't enough to hold back the Dartmouth's women's track and field team as they outdid all expectations with a third-place finish at the Heptagonal Championships this past weekend at Brown. The team scored 93 points to place behind Princeton and Brown, who tied for first with 116 points each. The men's team finished fifth out of the field of nine with 43 points overall.
Last weekend the Dartmouth men's lacrosse team turned its season around with two straight wins over Brown and Providence. This weekend they've got the chance to turn their program around with a single monumental win over the number two team in the country: Princeton University.
Despite superb goaltending from Andrew Dance '99, the Dartmouth men's lacrosse team dropped its fifth straight game of the year to Yale yesterday by a score of 6-4.
The Dartmouth men's lacrosse team saw nothing but red this past Saturday as Cornell torched the Big Green, 17-8. The loss brings Dartmouth's record to 3-4 overall and to 0-2 in the Ivy League. It also marks their fourth consecutive loss after a 3-0 start on the season.