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Both the Dartmouth men and women’s tennis teams look to build on good starts and improve as the season continues. The men’s team experienced ups and downs after stumbling to an early record of 2-4, struggling at times in the face of high pressure situations. On the other hand, the women’s team currently boasts a 5-0 record, a hot start that the women hope to extend.
With 17 different athletes on the U.S. National Ski Team currently affiliated with Dartmouth in some way, the College has consistently served as a hub for top skiers in the nation. Although each U.S. National Team skier who has come through Dartmouth has a unique background, all share the same deep passion for skiing that began at a young age.
Whether you like it or not, the GroupMe messaging app is an integral part of the Dartmouth experience. It somehow has all your contacts and lets you get in touch with almost everyone on campus, so naturally it’s a go-to for the groups that don’t necessarily need your digits. The number of chats you’re in is directly proportional to your social capital, since with more involvement comes more GroupMes. And while everyone’s experience with GroupMe is unique, there are common themes that unite all typical Dartmouth students. Here are a few examples of the types of GroupMes that you’ve been a part of during your years here:
As I alluded to two weeks ago, the biggest struggle in writing about the NFL in this column is that I have to write the column before the games on Sunday are played. Given the circumstances for this Sunday’s game, I wrote this week’s Super Bowl Edition of Tearing Up the Playbook on Thursday, with about three days and two hours until kickoff. On my end, this means I have to write something that will apply to this game no matter what happens. With that in mind, consider the following:
This week, The Dartmouth breaks down the four strokes used in competitive swimming.
The great state of California may be best known for recreational marijuana and the Golden State Warriors. However, I would argue that the California culture combined with the trendiness of our juggernaut super team has created ideal conditions for the best pickup basketball. Everyone is down to play. Third-graders want to be Stephen Curry. Girls swoon over Klay Thompson, dads are constantly throwing a fit over Draymond Green’s antics and — oh wait, did I forget to mention Kevin Durant?
When you take a look at upper-tier National Football League quarterbacks, one thing is immediately apparent: they all get paid a lot. Aaron Rodgers’ average annual salary is north of $22 million a year. Russell Wilson takes home just under that mark. Matt Ryan of the National Football Conference champion Atlanta Falcons makes over $20 million a year. I don’t bring this up to say someone like Rodgers is overpaid. Rodgers is probably the best thrower the NFL has ever seen. He deserves every cent that someone will pay him. The problem is that when you give one player that much money, it becomes extremely hard to build an elite team in other areas.
With a highly decorated new coach to point the Big Green program in a new direction, the women’s hockey team entered the 2016-2017 season eager to shake off last year’s 6-19-3 season. This season has seen a repeat of last year’s struggles, likely the growing pains associated with a rebuilding program and a new coaching system. The Big Green currently sit second-to-last in the ECAC Hockey standings, only in front of Union College, who the Big Green defeated in a 2-1 nail biter on Jan. 13.
The women's ice hockey team fell 1-0 to Cornell University on Friday and 6-1 to Colgate University on Saturday.
The men's and women's track and field teams competed in the Terrier Classic at Boston University this past weekend.
Dartmouth's swimming and diving teams fell to the University of Connecticut this past weekend.
The men's tennis team defeated Binghamton University 7-0 but fell to the University of South Carolina 6-1.
The women's squash team narrowly defeated Drexel University on Sunday, while the men's team lost to the Dragons.
The men's basketball team lost to Columbia University and Cornell University this past weekend, while the women lost to Columbia but defeated Cornell.
After falling to Colgate University 2-1 on Friday, the men's hockey team rallied to defeat Cornell University 4-2 on Saturday, bringing its overall record to 8-11-3.
On March 10, 2016, the Ivy League announced its decision to implement a four-team postseason tournament for men’s and women’s basketball. The Ancient Eight is the last of the 32 Division I leagues to switch to a postseason tournament to determine its guaranteed NCAA championship bid.
The Dartmouth men’s basketball team, currently 0-2 in the Ivy League, is vying for a spot in the postseason tournament.