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When he entered Dartmouth, Kenny Mitchell '97 never thought that Dartmouth's language proficiency requirement would serve him later in life. Four years later, however, Mitchell will be getting out his pocket sized traveler's dictionary, trying to remember how to ask where the basketball court is.
Though their Ivy League title hopes are no more, the women's basketball team will be looking to play the spoiler role this weekend, when the third-place Big Green(6-5) host second-place Brown(10-3) and fourth-place Yale(6-6).
Her name says it all. Andra "Win"okur. And win she has. All 13 of her squash matches in the regular season, to be exact.
"The defense never rests."
Last weekend, the women's basketball team was at a crossroads. This weekend, the team hopes to continue their journey along the path of success they paved with recent wins over Princeton and Penn.
The Dartmouth Women's basketball team converted two must win games into a pair of thrilling conquests that has propelled them into fourth place in the Ivy race.
It's not the last weekend of the season for the women's basketball team. In fact, after this weekend the team will still have half of its Ivy schedule remaining. Nevertheless, the team is at a crossroads.
She's shared a hot tub with Olympic gold medalist Mary Ellen Clark. She's been to junior nationals, and held a spot on the junior Olympic team. She was New Jersey state diving champion three times over. And now, she's a record holding Dartmouth diver.
Battling tough conditions and even tougher competition, the Dartmouth ski teams placed third overall at this past weekend's St. Lawrence University Carnival.
A positive note.
An inch. Maybe two.
Eight, seven, six ... Courtney Banghart sets up at the three point line and snags the pass ... five, four ... she sends the ball sailing through the air, hitting nothing but net ... three, two ... Banghart races toward midcourt, firing her arms in the air, jumping up and down. She's going wild. The whole Dartmouth bench starts to go wild. And soon, the whole place is shaking with deafening cheers and whistles.
In front of their largest crowd of the season, the Dartmouth women's basketball team dropped their Ivy League opener to Harvard on Saturday, 81-68.
When women's basketball coach Chris Wielgus went recruiting this past off-season, she went looking for height, and she got with two six-foot centers, but it was the shortest recruit of them all, Courtney Banghart, standing at 5'6" who led the Green over Army on Sunday.
"Ughhh," said Janna Merryfield '00 after the women's volleyball team was eliminated from the Ivy League Tournament this weekend.
Big doesn't begin to describe the importance of this weekend's Ivy League Tournament for the women's volleyball team. In a league where the regular season is only a primer for the Tournament, the time is now, and the team is looking to capitalize.
In its final tune-up before the Ivy League Tournament, the Dartmouth women's volleyball team traveled to the University of Vermont and came away with a win over the Catamounts, 15-6, 15-7, 18-16.
Their English may have been lacking, but the players on Spartak Prerov, a women's basketball team from the Czech Republic, sure knew how to play the game created and made a success by Americans.
Looking to get ready for the Ivy League Tournament in nine days, the Dartmouth women's volleyball team came away with a four game win over Northeastern last night 15-8, 15-7, 10-15, 16-14.