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.
The meet was highlighted by new program records on both the men’s and women’s side — Eric Gibson ’23 set a new mark in the 1000 meter race and Julia Fenerty ’23 in the 800 meter.
The Big Green could not continue its momentum following Adelekun’s historic performance over Columbia, losing both of these games by double-digit margins to drop to sixth place in the Ivy League.
Posting 41 points, Adelekun was one point away from doubling his former career-high and claiming the record for himself.
Following road win against Harvard, men’s basketball falls to Princeton despite Cornish’s 31-point performance
Untimely turnovers down the stretch sent the game to overtime, in which the Tigers prevailed
With the Big Green’s success over Brown University and Yale University, the team has nabbed its first road win of the season.
Track and field will compete in their third meet of the season in which they look to continue breaking program records, men’s tennis looks to add another victory to its season and women’s swimming strives to win their first conference meet of the season.
Down 13 early in the second half, the Big Green clawed back for the win thanks to strong defense and bench depth.
Men’s basketball plays Princeton after two consecutive close conference wins, women’s hockey looks to avenge an early-season overtime loss against Union, and track and field has its second meet of the season after setting a program record last week.
After a 1-7 stretch over winter break, the Big Green struggled to get back on track after the term began, losing its first two contests against Quinnipiac University and Princeton University.