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The women’s basketball team battled in two games this weekend against Cornell University and Columbia University, but was swept by its New York rivals, falling to Cornell (12-10, 4-4 Ivy) 78-59 on Friday before dropping a closer match to the Lions (5-17, 2-6 Ivy) 65-59. The team (3-19, 0-8 Ivy) returned home from a six-game road streak for the games.
The men’s Dartmouth rugby football club is no stranger to American sports bias. While rugby is a favorite across the globe, it has yet to gain widespread popularity in the U.S. Despite the long haul out to the rugby club house at Brophy Field and the sport’s lack of NCAA recognition, the DRFC has proven year after year that it is one of the nation’s best teams. This year, the team sent its fifth player, captain Madison Hughes ’15, to the Wellington Sevens with the U.S. National team.
In their final dual meet of the season, the men’s and women’s swim and dive teams fell to host Columbia University last Sunday in the 17 events. The women, who turned out five first place finishes, were beaten by the Lions 167-124 while the men took seven firsts for a final score of 170.5-129.5.
Fresh snow and blue skies welcomed Dartmouth’s only home carnival of the season last weekend. The Big Green came in second with 853 points to the University of Vermont, which stood ahead of the pack of 16 schools and scored 1,018 points across the eight alpine and Nordic events.
John Golden ’15 has always been tall for his age. On his first day of middle school, Golden stood a 5-foot 6-inches, but by freshman year he towered over his peers, looming over the competition at 6-feet 4-inches.
The men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams competed in a close meet on Saturday at the University of Connecticut, both contests resting on the final event, the 400-yard freestyle relay. While the women secured a nail-biting 154-146 victory, the men were narrowly edged out by UConn 152.5-147.5.
The swim and dive teams swept the competition this weekend, with both the men and women coming in first at the annual Dartmouth Invitational held at the Upper Valley Aquatics Center in White River Junction.
Basketball, captain Tyler Melville ’14 said, is in his blood.
The women’s swimming and diving team lost a close home meet to the University of New Hampshire on Friday before defeating the University of Vermont soundly on the road in its Sunday matinee.
Returning to Ivy League competition, the men’s and women’s swim and dive teams struggled against the University of Pennsylvania and Yale University in New Haven, Conn. last weekend despite individual successes.
This past weekend, men’s basketball traveled to Cambridge, Mass., to take on defending Ivy League champion Harvard University for its conference opener, losing 61-45. Despite hanging close to the Crimson (14-2, 1-0 Ivy) through the first half, the Big Green (7-7, 0-1 Ivy) allowed Harvard to run away with the rest of the game, trailing by 16 points at the final buzzer.
During his freshman year, men’s soccer midfielder Gabe Hoffman-Johnson ’14 traveled to Sierra Leone armed with only 20 soccer balls. He returned last month with 500 balls, collected through a successful donation campaign.
Men’s basketball saw mixed results this week when it faced off with its first two Division I opponents. After falling 77-87 against the Bryant University Bulldogs on Wednesday, the Big Green (2-1) smashed the University of Massachusetts at Lowell River Hawks this Saturday 77-59, wrapping up a three-game showing at home.
It was a bittersweet weekend at Burnham Field as the women’s soccer team finished its season with an impressive 4-1 victory over Cornell University. The win moved the Big Green to 8-6-3 and 4-3 in the Ivy League, good enough for a fourth-place finish in the Ancient Eight.
Men’s basketball tips off its season this Sunday at home against Lyndon State College. Lyndon State beat the University of Quebec at Montreal last Friday, putting up an impressive 85 points to Montreal’s 78.
Dartmouth women’s soccer suffered a devastating 2-1 loss at the hands of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass., on Saturday. This most recent defeat sealed Harvard’s (11-3-2, 6-0 Ivy) position as Ivy League champions.
The women’s soccer team dominated both Brown University and Columbia University this week at Burnham Field. While Tuesday’s game vesus Brown was a non-league contest, the win kept momentum going for the Big Green (7-5-3, 3-2-0 Ivy) and the victory against Columbia moved the team into sole possession of third in the Ancient Eight.
Dartmouth equestrian has picket-fenced the region this season, taking first place not only at Colby-Sawyer College on Oct. 19 and at a home show this past Saturday, but at every competition this season. The team goes uncontested for first place, sitting in the standings 28 points above second-place the University of New Hampshire, almost enough points to account for an additional show.
One of the best opponents the Big Green (5-4-3, 2-1 Ivy) has faced this season, BU (9-3-3, 4-1 Patriot League) sits 100 spots above Dartmouth on the NCAA Division I rankings.
On Saturday, the Big Green traveled to Middlebury College and accumulated 36 points, edging out second-place University of Vermont by only one point. Points are awarded to the top performing point riders; first place takes seven points, second place five points, third place four points and so on, with sixth place taking one point.