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Sunday night against Colgate University, men’s hockey head coach Bob Gaudet ’81 knew the game would come down to someone making a crucial play. Tim O’Brien ’16 made that play. In double overtime of game three of the best-of-three series against Colgate, O’Brien took a pass from linemate John Ernsting ’19 and proceeded to rifle a shot past Colgate goaltender Charlie Fin.The 4-3 win punched the Big Green’s ticket to an ECAC quarterfinals match-up with Yale University in New Haven. Finn had recently been named the ECAC’s Goalie of the Week after allowing just one goal in two games.
As the women’s basketball program wraps up the 2015-16 season, the team’s outlook is optimistic despite the impending loss of two dominant players, seniors Lakin Roland ’16 and Daisy Jordan ’16. The program has had its ups and downs over the past few seasons — its consistent year-to-year improvement, however, looks to continue under new emerging players and the continued efforts of the coaching staff. The current season marks Belle Koclanes’ third year as head coach. Her tenure has seen the team go from last place in the 2013-14 season to sixth place last season. This year, the team finished fourth place in the league with a record of 7-7. This finish is the team’s best since the 2008-09 season in which the Big Green took home the Ivy title.
The next week will be a big one for Big Green track and field and ski teams, as both teams head to the NCAA championship races hunting for strong results. The Big Green track and field team is closing one its top seasons historically after the men’s best finish in the five years at Ivy League’s Indoor Heptagonal Championship. On the slopes, the Big Green Ski team will head to Steamboat Springs, Colorado, where the University of Colorado will host the NCAA Skiing Championship.
At the fourth game of the season, and the first home game, the men’s lacrosse team fell 7-6 to Wagner College at Scully-Fahey Field for the first time in program history. While the Seahawks improved to 2-3, the Big Green falls to 0-4.
The equestrian team was back in the saddle on Saturday at the University of New Hampshire, competing for the first time since they concluded its fall stint in November. The Big Green placed sixth out of 12 schools who competed in Saturday’s show. Dartmouth equestrian enjoyed modest success in its seven fall shows, winning at Middlebury College and Colby-Sawyer College and placing third in three more shows.
The men’s hockey team advanced to the ECAC quarterfinals by knocking off Colgate University in a thrilling best-of-three series at Thompson Arena that ended tonight with a 4-3 double overtime win. Both of the Big Green's wins required more than 60 minutes of play.
Two games remain in the Dartmouth men’s basketball team’s schedule, but its in-conference fate has long been decided. Stumbling to a 1-6 Ivy League mark start and mathematically eliminated from contention three weeks before the season’s end, the Big Green, now 3-9 in the conference, appear destined to finish somewhere in the fifth to eighth range in the standings. As it closes out a testing year, it’s worth assessing where things went right and wrong — especially for a team that has not experienced a conference win percentage decline from the prior season since 2009-10.
[slideshow_deploy id='119978']This Friday, the Dartmouth baseball team will be playing against the NCAA’s No. 1 ranked University of Florida. For an Ivy League school, playing against the top team in the country in any sport is rare, but for the Big Green baseball and softball teams, playing against the best teams in the country happens all the time. The 127th ranked team overall and 2nd ranked Ivy League team in the NCAA RPI rankings from the end of last season (Florida finished 6th), Dartmouth baseball seeks these challenges early in the season because it should.
In an up-and-down weekend, the Dartmouth ski team surged to an early lead with wins in men’s and women’s slalom on day one of racing before eventually dropping into a second place finish at the Middlebury Carnival. In the final carnival of the season that also served as the NCAA Regionals, the Big Green was unable to hold off University of Vermont but feels ready for the NCAA Championships that are next on its schedule.
As the last winter term of our illustrious Dartmouth careers draws to a close, so, too, has our already dwindling self-respect. Some people save their best for last. We came in with a bang and are going out with a whimper, unread and unloved by the community that once adored us and hung on our every word.
On Feb. 27, the No. 38 men’s tennis team defeated two more teams to bring its ongoing win streak to five games. Hosting both teams at the Boss Tennis Center, the Big Green first defeated St. John’s University in a close rematch 4-3 and followed up the win by demolishing Sacred Heart University 7-0.
Men’s squash finished its historic season, ranked seventh in the country, while the No. 9 women’s squash took home the Kurtz Cup for first time in four years.
The Ivy League Heptagonal Championships, known to coaches and athletes as “Heps,” is the culmination of months of intense training and preparation for the men’s and women’s track and field teams. Hosted at Cornell University’s Barton Hall in Ithaca, New York from Feb. 27 to 28, the meet is unlike any other for the Big Green athletes.
The men’s hockey team dropped a pair of road games this weekend, missing out on a first-round bye in the ECAC Tournament. The team instead set itself up for a matchup with Colgate University in the tournament’s opening round next weekend. Dartmouth is set to host.
The Dartmouth men’s swim and dive team finished in eighth place overall during the men’s Ivy League Championship with 491.5 points. The meet ended Saturday afternoon with several of the Big Green’s swimmers setting personal best times despite the team finishing in last place overall.
In each of its two games this past weekend, the Dartmouth men’s basketball team possessed a lead with under 10 seconds to play in regulation. Incredibly, both of these contests entered an overtime period — marking the team’s two closest games of the season in a span of 24 hours — and returned devastating outcomes, as the Big Green failed to close out potential victories by losing to Brown University (8-18, 3-9) 84-83 (OT) and top-tier Yale University (20-6, 11-1) 76-71 (OT), dropping to one game out of last place in the conference standings.
The women’s basketball team wrapped up its last home games of the season this past weekend, splitting its games against Brown University and Yale University. The Big Green extended their win streak to five games after defeating Brown 60-56 Friday night. This victory marked the first time the team had a five-game win streak since February 2009. The following day the Big Green dropped a nail biter to Yale, 65-62. Despite the loss to Yale, the night was momentous for Dartmouth with junior Fanni Szabo ’17 scoring her 1,000th point. Daisy Jordan ’16 and Lakin Roland ’16 earned recognition for senior night. The weekend’s performance leaves the Big Green at 12-16 overall and 7-5 in the Ivy League.
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.