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.
The men’s and women’s skiing teams travel to Maine for the Bates Carnival — the first competitive event of the season — the swimming and diving teams take on Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania in an attempt to win their first Ivy League meets, while both basketball teams play a pair of Ivy League contests.
Now almost two months removed from clinching its second consecutive NIRA 15s championship, the women’s rugby team sets its sights on the spring.
The Big Green defeated the Bulldogs, last year’s Ivy League champion, for the first time since 2015 Friday night.
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The Big Green kept pace into the start of the second half of its Ivy League opener, but Adelekun’s foul trouble led to an insurmountable deficit.
The Big Green, undefeated in rugby 15s over the last two years, has now won the championship in three of its last four seasons.
A “complete game” culminated in the Big Green’s biggest victory of the season, large enough to grant the uninjured seniors playtime.
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A freshman walk-on, Bloch “fell out of love” with football before returning to execute the season’s top play to date.
With one game left, the Big Green looks to avoid finishing last in the Ivy League for the first time since 2016.
Men’s ice hockey bounces back in weekend wins against Yale and Brown. With new momentum, the Big Green are looking forward to making a team effort to build upon their achievements.
Fall 2022 brought growth, success and a sense of unity for women and men’s cross country, volleyball and rugby as each athlete worked to be part of something larger than themselves.
In the final week of fall term, cross country will compete at the NCAA Northeast Championship, women’s ice hockey will compete against Cornell at Leede Arena and rugby continues its quest for the NIRA national championship in the semifinals against Quinnipiac University.
Down 14-0, the Big Green pulled back to within three with a late touchdown before losing on a failed onside kick attempt.