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Hockey season is returning to Hanover. Women’s ice hockey kicked off this past weekend, while the men begin play this coming weekend.
The weather in Boston this weekend was unseasonably warm, but the competition at the Head of the Charles Regatta was anything but mild. The historic race gave Dartmouth’s rowing teams their first tough test of the 2017-18 season. With 2,271 entries and 790 clubs competing in a variety of races, this is the largest two-day rowing event in the world.
Having grown up with tennis courts practically in his backyard in Hertfordshire, England, Charlie Broom ’20 was put on the fast track to tennis prominence at a young age. With two college athletes for parents — his father played squash and his mother played field hockey — Broom became involved in tennis very early on.
It was an afternoon filled with frustration and untimely mistakes for the Big Green against Columbia University at Memorial Field on Saturday. Despite mounting a strong comeback in the latter half, Dartmouth fell to the Lions, 22-17, in a matchup that came down to clock management and officiating. With its perfect record tarnished, the Big Green no longer controls its destiny in the Ivy League Championship race.
Men’s soccer turned in a formidable defensive performance in its 2-1 win against Columbia University on Saturday following a midweek loss in a top-20 battle against the University of New Hampshire. Also facing the Lions, women’s soccer fell 3-0.
Given how taxing each race can be, the men’s and women’s cross-country teams will compete in three or four important races each season. This past weekend, the men’s and women’s teams raced their first important meets of the season, getting a feel for how they stack up against other teams in the Ivy League, the northeast region and the nation.
The men’s soccer team continued its run of good form this season with a 4-0 win over the University of Pennsylvania. The women’s team completed a challenging out-of-conference schedule with a midweek win against the College of the Holy Cross before falling in overtime to Penn 1-0 on Saturday.
In June, athletic director Harry Sheehy announced that Joe Marsh will serve as the interim women’s ice hockey head coach for the 2017-18 season. The announcement came in the wake of head coach Laura Schuler’s appointment as head coach of the 2018 Canadian women’s Olympic hockey team. Schuler’s selection as the head coach for Canada makes her the first former national team player to serve as the team’s head coach at the Olympics. Named Dartmouth’s head coach in 2016, Schuler took over the program from long-time head coach Mark Hudak for the 2016-17 season before temporarily stepping down to lead Canada. Although Marsh will be the team’s third head coach over the last three years, the team remains optimistic about the season and continuing to rebuild and improve after finishing 7-21 overall last season.
It was a day of nail-biting action at Campus Field in Fairfield, Connecticut as the Big Green took down out-of-league foe Scared Heart University 29-26. The game featured an abundance of twists and turns as Sacred Heart really seemed to control the pace of the game well at times. But in the end Jack Heneghan ’18 connected with Emory Thompson ’18 twice in the second half to complete yet another sizable comeback.
Steamrolling ahead, the rugby team is ranked No. 1 in the second National Intercollegiate Rugby Association poll of the season and is the favorite to take home a national championship.
While many fall sports are entering the final stretch of their regular seasons, the men’s heavyweight and lightweight rowers are putting in hours on the Connecticut River in preparation for their first races of the year. Seat selection has been ongoing ahead of the two big regattas of the fall: the Head of the Charles and the Princeton Chase.
If I told you the New York Jets and New England Patriots would be battling for the American Football Conference East lead during their Week 6 matchup on Oct. 15, you would have laughed and called me crazy. But they are, so how did we get here?
After somewhat of a slow start, the Dartmouth field hockey team (4-6 overall, 1-2 Ivy) has shown tremendous promise after picking up their first Ivy League win of the season against Brown University on Sept. 30. In a grueling, nearly four-hour long battle with several lightning delays, overtimes and shootouts, the Big Green managed to come away with a 3-2 victory.
While members of the Class of 2021 were gathering on the Green to circle the bonfire, another longstanding Dartmouth tradition was on display on the chests of current and former Big Green varsity athletes. The varsity letter sweater — knitted in Dartmouth green with a white “D” on the front — is awarded to each student-athlete after earning his or her first varsity letter.
Unlike last week against the University of Pennsylvania and the previous week against Holy Cross University, Dartmouth didn’t wait until the last play of the game to beat Yale University on Saturday. This time they did it with 34 seconds remaining. Drew Hunnicutt ’19’s 15-yard touchdown catch completed the largest comeback in Dartmouth history to lead the Big Green over Yale 28-27.