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After five seasons as the head coach of men’s soccer, Chad Riley was named men’s soccer head coach at his alma mater, the University of Notre Dame.
After being named All-Ivy Honorable Mention last season, women’s basketball player Kate Letkewicz ’18 has continued to lead her team to an impressive start going into Ivy play. Letkewicz led the Big Green in its win over Rhode Island with 17 points and 10 rebounds and contributed a season-high 22 points against then-No. 13 ranked Ohio State University.
Varsity athletes make up around 21 percent of the undergraduate student body, and given how prevalent Greek life is on campus, it comes as no surprise that Dartmouth athletes are heavily involved in Dartmouth’s Greek scene. Notably, 78.5 percent of varsity athletes eligible to rush are affiliated in Greek houses, in comparison to the student body average of 65%. For some sports teams, athletes choose to rush the same house as most of their teammates. On others, athletes are members of many different Greek houses, if they choose to be affiliated at all. There are vast differences in house variety for men’s and women’s sports teams, likely relating to the difference in their respective Greek rush structures. The Dartmouth took a closer look at Greek affiliation trends among varsity sports teams and the reason behind why athletes rush together or why they don’t.
Dartmouth football entered Friday’s much anticipated Fenway Park showdown with Brown University in need of a clean win. But even with Saturday’s result, a 33-10 victory with solid performances on both sides of the ball, Dartmouth needs help to take home an Ivy League championship.
Women’s cross country is headed to Kentucky. The women continued their consistent season with a second-place team finish in the 6-kilometer race, automatically qualifying for the NCAA National Championship to be held on Nov. 18 at Tom Sawyer Park in Louisville, Kentucky. The men emerged from the muddy, windy 10-kilometer course in 13th out of 37 teams in their last race of the fall season.
While her teammates are on campus preparing for the winter season, women’s alpine ski team captain Foreste Peterson ’18 is blazing her own trail. After training with the U.S. Ski Team’s World Cup team over the summer, Peterson took the fall term off and made her World Cup debut at Soelden, Austria on Oct. 28.
Updated: Nov. 12, 2017 at 11:18 p.m.
Last season, the men’s and women’s squash teams each finished ninth in the nation, one spot away from the top-eight status that distinguishes the best teams in the College Squash Association. This winter, both squads have a top-eight ranking in their sights.
After three consecutive, disappointing 7-9 seasons and an 0-2 start this year, the New Orleans Saints have reeled off six straight wins and are making a case they could go deep in the playoffs.
Fall brings equestrian teams to Dartmouth's Morton Farm.
With last Saturday’s 22-8 victory over Harvard University, the rugby team has now won three Ivy League Championships in the three years since it became a varsity program in 2015. Since the women’s rugby club transitioned to varsity status, the team has never looked better. The women are still undefeated, boasting a 15s campaign in which the Big Green won four games by more than 20 points.