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Initial attempts to contact men’s soccer co-captain and starting goalkeeper James Hickok ’17 proved fruitless. Then I received a reply from him saying that he had been on the road in Spain wrapping up a trial with a professional club in Spain. Not a bad excuse by any means.
This article was featured in the Green Key 2017 Special Issue: "Awakening."
On a cold, rainy Hanover Sunday in October 2015, the Dartmouth field hockey team found itself up 3-2 over Columbia University as the second-half clock ticked away. With two and a half minutes to go, a Dartmouth midfielder entered the left side of Columbia’s half-circle with the ball and a full head of steam. The player fired a pass toward the far post where no teammate could be found.
Dominant. The one word that pops into every baseball fanatic’s mind upon hearing names like Sandy Koufax, Nolan Ryan, Roger Clemens and Mariano Rivera. Had you seen Michael Danielak ’16 pitch for Dartmouth this past season, you would describe him with the same word.
Senior Spring: women's tennis co-captain Taylor Ng '17, Dartmouth's first NCAA singles tournament qualifier
You could go on and on reading Taylor Ng ’17’s on-court accomplishments with the women’s tennis team. Three-time All-Ivy selection in singles and doubles. Ivy League Player of the Year. Class of 1976 Award as Dartmouth’s female athlete of the year — as a sophomore. And her talents extend beyond the baseline. An economics and anthropology double major, Ng also received the Class of 1948 Scholar-Athlete Award as the Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year.
Senior Spring: women’s ice hockey captain Mackenzie St. Onge ’17 displays steadfast mentality throughout career
After the conclusion of each season, the women’s ice hockey program bestows the Sarah Kennedy Award to a junior or senior who has demonstrated selflessness, perseverance, dedication to Dartmouth on and off the ice and sincere love of ice hockey. Mackenzie St. Onge ’17 was given this year’s award as a fitting end to the Stowe, Vermont native’s hockey career at Dartmouth.
Everybody loves an underdog. Whether it’s Rudy Ruettiger or the Hickory Huskers, there’s nothing like watching an athlete or a team rise above expectations to achieve something great. We can add the Dartmouth men’s swimming team’s co-captain Joby Bernstein ’17 to the list — quite an accomplishment for a kid who was afraid to enter water for two years after his mother tried to jump-start his swimming career.
It couldn’t be more fitting: Dartmouth’s top cross-country skier hails from a town known as “the Cradle of Czech Skiing.” Surrounded by a family of Nordic enthusiasts, Fabian Stocek ’17 discovered his passion for cross-country skiing at a young age in the small town of Jilemnice, one of the Czech Republic’s northernmost towns, right on the edge of the Krkonoše mountains.
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The Rochester Americans announced the signing of Troy Crema ’17 to an amateur tryout contract on Friday afternoon.
The city of Hamilton, New Zealand is nestled in the Waikato region of the country’s upper North Island. It is also the hometown of women’s soccer midfielder, co-captain and leading scorer Holly Patterson ’17. As Holly and I sat down to chat about her journey to Hanover and her Dartmouth experience, she had to have known that the question was coming: how did she possibly get from Hamilton to Hanover?
We all heard it as kids — if at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. It’s a cliche that resonates with Troy Crema ’17.
After dropping a 3-2 overtime heartbreaker at Yale University on Saturday, the men’s hockey team was eliminated from the Eastern College Athletic Conference. With the loss, the Big Green ended its season 10-18-3, while the Bulldogs avenged last year’s ECAC defeat to Dartmouth and moved on to the quarterfinal round.
If fans knew that a team would feature 11 freshmen in its upcoming season, only one term should come to mind: rebuilding. While the 2016-2017 men’s hockey team’s play showed that its players preferred not to fall victim to the “rebuilding” motto, flashes of progress were accompanied by frequent growing pains.
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