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This week, The Dartmouth spoke with the women’s lacrosse co-captain Jaclyn Leto ’16. Leto is a senior standout, garnering unanimous All-Ivy League First Team honors in both her sophomore and junior seasons. In Saturday’s season opener against the University of Massachusetts Lowell, she became the 17th Big Green player to score her 100 career goals. On Tuesday, she was named to the watch list for the Tewaaraton Award, given annually to the most outstanding American college lacrosse player.
The Dartmouth women’s lacrosse team played the second game of its 2016 campaign against fellow Granite State rival University of New Hampshire at Fahey-Scully Field Tuesday and was victorious 11-10 after a strong second period. The Big Green are now 2-0 overall, with the five wins in a row. UNH falls to 1-2. With the win, Dartmouth now owns a 24-16 lead in the series.
After five straight years of heart-breaking losses in the Ivy League Championship Series, the Dartmouth baseball team is looking to capture its first title since the 2009-2010 season.
And this is always how it happens. It feels as if we laid our heads down to rest for just a single moment, and now we’re waking up eight weeks later. Is it really the eighth week of the term? Is today really the final Coffeehouse Concert of the term? Is “Legally Drew” finally almost upon us?
The men’s lacrosse team opened up the season with a narrow 10-8 loss to Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Connecticut, putting the Big Green at 0-1 and Sacred Heart at 2-1.
The women’s hockey team fell 1-0 to both Cornell University and Colgate University on the road this weekend to finish the 2015-2016 season with a 6-19-3 overall record, 6-13-3 record in ECAC play.
On Feb. 19, the then No. 40, now No. 38 Dartmouth men’s tennis team followed up its two victories over Brown University and St. John’s University last week to win its third consecutive match, defeating the then No. 45, now unranked University of Minnesota 5-2 at the Boss Tennis Center. Over the past weekend, the then No. 41, now No. 31 Dartmouth women’s team dominated its two opponents, defeating the then No. 58, now No. 56 Minnesota Gophers 7-0 and the University of Massachusetts 6-1. The win against UMass was the team’s fifth consecutive victory, improving the team’s overall record to 6-2. In the season, the team has also won an astounding seven out of eight of its double points, propelling the team to consistently start out with an early lead.
The women’s basketball team extended its win streak to four games, beating Cornell University 60-52 and Columbia University 63-53 at home this past weekend. The weekend’s victories improve the Big Green’s record to 11-15 overall and 6-4 in league.
The men’s and women’s alpine teams finished the Williams Carnival with arguably their best performances of the season, grabbing six podium spots. The Nordic team grabbed two spots — both by Fabian Stocek ’17. The Big Green cruised to a second place overall finish. Although the University of Vermont staved off the Big Green alpine and Nordic teams’ efforts to unseat its top spot at this and past carnivals, the Big Green managed to finish in a close second in the overall points, 992-919.
The men’s hockey team split a pair of weekend games, surging past Colgate University for a 5-2 victory on Friday night before falling 1-0 to Cornell University on senior night. The Big Green’s conference record of 11-9-0 (14-12-1 overall) is good for a tie for fifth in the ECAC.
Dartmouth’s women’s lacrosse team opened its 2016 campaign with a statement 18-2 victory, dominating the University of Massachusetts Lowell at home at Fahey-Scully Field in Hanover this past Saturday.
This weekend told an all too familiar tale for the Big Green women’s swim and dive team, as they finished in eighth place in the Ivy League Championships for the third straight year. Despite several record-breaking performances, the women finished with 532.5 points, seven points behind seventh-place Cornell University and trailing winner Harvard University by almost 1,000.
This past weekend, Dartmouth men’s basketball team commenced the second half of its conference season, vying to disentangle itself from a four-way tie at the bottom of the league standings. In its second look at its two New York-based Ivy League foes, the Big Green (9-15, 3-7 Ivy) convincingly triumphed over Cornell University (9-15, 2-8) 78-66 on Friday night, but could not sustain an early lead against Columbia University (19-8, 8-2 Ivy) on Saturday in falling apart 73-54.
Things are worse than ever. Our final Winter Carnival is in the books and all the traditions we once held dear, everything that we once lovingly cradled to our bosom, has been robbed from us by the idiotic and corrupt College administration. The polar bear plunge. Canceled because “Occom Pond was unsafe.” The snow sculpture. Abandoned because “there was no snow on the Green.” (Although we do appreciate the efforts of Thomas “Riddle” Rover ’16 and his rogue snow sculpture.) Hoverboards. Banned from campus merely because their “lithium ion batteries were prone to spontaneous combustion.” Now, finally, College President Phil Hanlon and his hunchbacked lackeys have gone too far.
From Feb. 18 to 20, the Big Green women’s swim and dive team is competing for not only bragging rights and rankings, but also for team goals and individual bests in the Ivy League Championship in Princeton, New Jersey. On Thursday, the school broke records in the 500-yard freestyle and the 200 freestyle relay. At the end of the day the team was in seventh place with 161 points. The Dartmouth spoke with the team before it left for the meet.
For many student-athletes, representing their country would be a dream come true. For women’s rugby players Yeja Dunn ’16 and Kat Ramage ’19, competing in the 2017 Women’s Rugby World Cup for the women’s national team is only a few steps away. Dunn is one of 49 players in the 2016 Women’s Eagles national team player pool, while Ramage is one of 38 in the age-grade national team player pool.
In its final tune up before the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, the track and field team received strong individual performances at the Boston University Valentine Invitational and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Gordon Kelly Invitational this past weekend. The Valentine Invitational took place on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 12 to 13, at the BU Track and Tennis Center in Boston, while the Gordon Kelly Invitational took place on Saturday at the Johnson Athletic Center at MIT.
First off, John and I would like to extend our best wishes to Chris Bosh, who currently may be facing another life threatening blood clot injury. Bosh, who is a two-time champion and an 11-time All Star, has been a class act since entering the NBA, and we hope that he will be back to health soon.
Over the weekend, the No. 34 Dartmouth men’s tennis team played in the ECAC Indoor Championship in Philadelphia, which consisted of St. John’s University and all the Ivy League teams except Columbia University. The team played a total of three teams during the tournament, falling to the University of Pennsylvania in a tough 3-4 battle but rallying to defeat Brown University 4-0 and St. John’s 4-1 to secure fifth place.
Over Winter Carnival weekend, the then No. 5 men’s squash team fell 8-1 to then No. 4, now No. 2 Yale University in Hanover, followed by a 7-2 victory over No. 16 Brown University in Providence. The team finished the regular season 9-4 and ultimately ranked seventh in the country.