The Big Green had one win on its spring break training trip but failed to secure further wins against various competitors.
Adelekun stamps signature on Big Green legacy following Penn loss, leads Dartmouth to a Harvard victory
The Big Green rallied from its loss to Penn to defeat Harvard on Saturday in a game that meant everything to its seniors but nothing for Ivy Madness.
The Big Green was swept by University of Miami in a three-game series to kick off spring play, followed by losses to Wagner, Holy Cross and Penn State the next weekend.
Men’s team places fifth, women tie for fourth at Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Track and Field Championships
The championship meet was highlighted by numerous top-five finishes by Big Green athletes.
The Big Green dominated the weekend with a 7-0 win against Colgate and 6-1 match against BU.
Despite the Big Green’s last-place finish as a team, the meet featured several record-breaking performances.
The club powerlifting team had athletes qualify for nationals this past weekend, encouraged by a supportive environment that has been actively cultivated by its members.
After losing its first two tournament matches, Dartmouth rallied to beat Brown University on the final day to avoid a last-place finish.
Dartmouth fell in both road games this weekend, effectively ending hopes for an Ivy League tournament bid.
The Big Green hosted the ECAC Indoor Championship this past weekend, opening up with a tough loss against Princeton. Dartmouth secured a win against Cornell on Saturday, but lost the fight for fifth place to Yale on Sunday.
The first-place finish marks the Big Green’s first Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association carnival win in almost four years.
The Big Green’s 15-point second-half lead, grabbed after a 30-8 scoring run, quickly evaporated to two, but Dartmouth held strong for the win.
Dartmouth’s Skiway faces the inevitable consequences of climate change and warmer winters but works to cultivate generational connections that shape this venue.