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Baseball wins its final series of the year to take third in the Ivy League

(05/16/22 6:05am)

In 1970, Dartmouth baseball set the Ivy League record for consecutive wins with 21. Over 50 years later, Columbia University came to Hanover riding high on a 19-game streak, hoping to break that record. In addition to preserving the legacy of the 1970 Ivy League champions, Dartmouth’s 2022 squad was looking to earn its own spot in the Championship Series. While the Big Green was not ultimately able to qualify for the postseason series, the team defended its record and secured a victory in the Columbia series to close out its season in fairytale fashion on May 15. 

Replay D-Play: Q&A with women’s rowing’s Anne Kakela ’92

(05/13/22 6:05am)

When Anne Kakela ’92 came to Dartmouth, she originally planned to be part of the ski team. Kakela grew up riding horses and skiing in Steamboat Springs, Colo., but made the decision to walk onto the women's rowing team upon arriving at Dartmouth because she wanted to try something new. At Dartmouth, Kakela was a two-year captain and was named to the first-team U.S. Rowing Collegiate Academic All-America. 

Track and Field sees strong individual performances at Ivy League Championships

(05/13/22 6:00am)

The men’s and women’s track and field teams competed in the Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships on May 7 and May 8, which were held at Yale University in New Haven, Conn. While the women’s team finished sixth and the men took seventh, individual athletes in both programs posted strong results. 

Senior Spotlight: George Prince caps off historic lacrosse career

(05/02/22 6:05am)

Fifth-year senior attackman George Prince has put together one of the greatest careers in the modern era of Dartmouth men’s lacrosse. This season he led the team in goals with 25 and assists with 19. His assist tally ranked ninth amongst all Ivy League players, making Prince the first Dartmouth player since 2015 to be in the top 10 of an offensive statistical category at the conclusion of conference play. On March 19 against St. John’s University, Prince also became the 23rd Dartmouth player ever to reach 100 career points and the first since 2010. Now sitting at 122 points for his career, Prince is the 17th highest point scorer in the program’s 96-year history. 

Women’s sailing places fifth overall at ICSA National Championships

(05/02/22 6:11am)

Dartmouth women’s sailing competed in the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association Women’s Team Race National Championship on April 23 and 24. The Big Green secured a fifth place finish overall with a 9-7 record after the two days of fierce competition and ranked third among the five Ivy League teams competing.

Competition grows tense as season’s end approaches for Big Green baseball

(05/02/22 6:15am)

Coming off a strong previous week that included another Ivy League series win against Cornell University, baseball had solid outings this week to stay in the title conversation. Despite suffering a close 3-1 loss against the College of the Holy Cross on Tuesday, the Big Green was able to take care of business against Harvard University over the weekend. In the three-game series, Dartmouth won the first game with eight runs to Harvard’s six, lost by a score of 6-1 in the second and won the third 15-2. Dartmouth came into the weekend maintaining its third place ranking in the Ivy League, while Harvard was not too far behind in fourth. As the fight for the Ivy League title continues, Dartmouth improves to 21-16 overall and 12-6 in the conference.

Men’s and women’s golf compete at season-ending Ivy League Tournaments

(04/29/22 6:05am)

Both women’s and men’s golf finished their seasons over the weekend at their respective Ivy League Championships. The men traveled to Century Country Club in Purchase, N.Y. and finished fifth in the Ivy League. Team captain graduate student Jason Liu tied for fourth overall in the tournament and was named to the All-Ivy League First Team on Tuesday.

Inside the Hash Marks: A Symbol of Victory

(04/29/22 6:00am)

It seems as if everything we do in life is a means to some sort of end. Individuals go to school to prepare for the real world — or sometimes to get into another school — or they get married to start a family, but the answer for why we care about sports may be more ambiguous to some. The answers we often hear are “you play to win” or “you play for the love of the game,” but as you get older, the potential answers change. At the college level, the answers are more along the lines of “you play to compete with the best of the best” or “you play to win championships.” As I’ve grown older, I cannot say I’m exactly sure where this change in the ends of our means happens, but I can confidently say that it does indeed happen.

Senior Spotlight: Claire Azar ’22 co-captains equestrian in her penultimate season for the Big Green

(04/25/22 6:05am)

Claire Azar ’22, the co-captain of the equestrian team who competes in open fences and flat, has led the team ever since arriving at Dartmouth. During her sophomore year, she won the Cacchione Cup after scoring the most points in Region 2 of the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association. More recently, Azar led the Big Green this spring in the Eastern College Athletic Conference championships in March, where she won all of her points and was named to the ECAC all-tournament team. 

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