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Founded in the fall of 2013 by former members of the women’s swimming team Kendall Farnham ’14, Nina Mascia ’15 Med’21 and Sara Heard ’15, the Dartmouth triathlon team has grown from a small team on a shoestring budget to a team with approximately 30 members, boasting competitors who have excelled at the national level. Katie Clayton ’18, Emma Sklarin ’18 and Sonia Rowley ’19 finished in the top 25 of the women’s 20-24 age group at the USA Triathlon national championship in August and are qualified to race at the 2018 International Triathlon Union World Triathlon Grand Finale in Gold Coast, Australia.
Another week, another win over a top-three national power for the rugby team. Two weeks after narrowly beating defending national champion Quinnipiac University, the Big Green steamrolled the preseason No. 3 United States Military Academy by a score of 45-7. With its first-ever win against Army, Dartmouth is undefeated through the most difficult portion of its schedule.
Following a senior campaign that included a 4:12.56 mile run that qualified for the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America competition as well as a team award for the greatest improvement throughout one’s college career, Connor Clark ’17 graduated from Dartmouth and headed west to join the University of Oregon’s cross-country team. After participating in the earth science domestic study abroad during his junior fall, Clark retained a semester’s worth of eligibility in NCAA, allowing him to compete as a redshirt senior. He joins a long line of Dartmouth cross-country athletes who have continued their college careers with the Ducks, including Matt Miner ’12, Alexi Pappas ’12, Will Geoghegan ’14 and Tim Gorman ’16.
Tori Dozier ’20 always wanted to play volleyball at her hometown school, North Carolina State University.
The Big Green men’s soccer team has been lights-out of late, posting an impressive five straight wins. Its most recent 5-2 victory over the University of Vermont this past Saturday improved its season record to 5-2-0. Part of the reason for the team’s early success is first-year goalkeeper Christopher Palacios ’21. Even against the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, which was ranked 25th in the nation at the time, Palacios and the veteran backs of the Big Green were able to hold together a shutout 1-0 win.
With women’s soccer starting conference play with its first matchup against Brown University this weekend, The Dartmouth sat down with the team’s leading goal scorer, Remy Borinsky ’19. Borinsky looks to build on her sophomore campaign, in which she started all 16 games and took 31 shots, earning her First Team All-Ivy honors. In eight games this season, Borinsky has already scored four goals, up from her one goal last season. Her most recent came in a 3-1 loss against Northeastern University on Sept. 15.
Recounting the college athletic careers of Big Green head coaches
Dartmouth officials confirmed earlier this month that the college is “evaluating” the operations of the Hanover Country Club. Shuttering the golf course could directly affect the Big Green golf teams, according to former team members, whose players would lose an easily accessible practice facility and an important selling point for recruits.
The Big Green football team opened its season with a 38-7 victory against Stetson University on Saturday night at Spec Martin Memorial Stadium in DeLand, Florida.
After graduating a record eight seniors, second-year head coach Gilad Doron and the volleyball program head toward league play with a young team in a rebuilding year. The Big Green (4-5) concluded tournament play this past weekend at the University of New Hampshire’s Holly Young Invitational, its third consecutive weekend tournament and the last non-conference matchup before the Ivy slate begins.
The start of classes and the dropping temperatures can only mean one thing — the start of football season. While many students only recently arrived in Hanover, Dartmouth’s football team has been hard at work the past few weeks training.
Dartmouth men’s soccer began its season with two big-time opponents: No. 13 Michigan State University on Sept. 1 and the University of Michigan on Sept. 4. The Big Green suffered a pair of 1-0 losses in what team members knew would be tough matchups.
The men’s and women’s cross country teams dominated during their annual home opener last Saturday against the University of Massachusetts Lowell. Both teams swept the first five places in their respective races at the Hanover Country Club.
Big Green rugby has arrived. That’s what the team announced Saturday with a 22-17 upset of two-time defending national champion Quinnipiac University. For Dartmouth, a team that has won two straight Ivy League titles but has been eluded by national success, the win announced its championship intentions.