Amy Hatch


Super Bowl Fan Fare

It's finally here. The day in which two teams battle it out with all their might and soul. It's the Super Bowl.

Nowhere to workout

Finally. The Student Assembly's action last Tuesday to support funding of the Kresge Weight room was a sensible decision to address a subject that has been on the minds of students for several months now. The $8,500 will be a start for the many additions and repairs the weight room needs, but it is time the administration responds to the Assembly's challenge to match and better that donation.

Men's hoops poised for Harvard

The men's basketball team entered the 1996-97 season with high expectations and so far it has not disappointed as the Big Green have jumped out to an impressive 9-2 (1-0 Ivy) record. For the seniors on this Big Green squad the smell of such victory is particularly sweet, for it was the 1997 class three years ago that experienced the slow 1-12 start their freshman year. "We are just really excited about where we are at," Captain Sea Lonergan '97 said.

Women's soccer closes out season

Old age and experience won out yesterday afternoon, as the women's soccer team dismantled a young Columbia Lions team 2-0 at Chase Field. It was the battle between a strong Dartmouth soccer program that for the past four years has been a symbol of Ivy dominance and a young Columbia program that until this year has consistently held a place in the Ivy League cellar. It was the battle between two leading scorers -- Dartmouth's Jenna Kurowski '97 who has led the Big Green this season with 14 goals and five total points (third in the league) and Columbia's Tosh Forde who lead the league in scoring with 44 points. And finally, it was the battle between nine Dartmouth seniors who played in their final regular season game and seven Columbia freshmen who have three years left of looking ahead. But by the time 90 minutes had passed by on a soggy Chase Field it became obvious that the Dartmouth women were the teachers; the Columbia youngsters were the students; and there still was a lot more to be learned. Dartmouth outshot Columbia 25-2, as Big Green goalie Annie Eckstein '98 needed to make only one save to earn the win. "I think we played well," Captain Holly Thomas '97 said.

Field hockey falls to UMass 2-1

For the second game in a row, the Big Green field hockey team was unable to maintain an early lead, as Dartmouth fell to a tough University of Massachusetts squad 2-1 yesterday afternoon at Chase Field. Last Sunday, Dartmouth led the Cornell Big Red 2-1 before losing 3-2 in double overtime.

Big Green sweep UVM: Scopaz '00 shoots in two

The Dartmouth field hockey team moved to 8-6 overall yesterday afternoon with a 3-1 dismantling of the University of Vermont Catamounts. Freshman phenom Lauren Scopaz again led the Big Green, scoring two goals on the day. In the first half the two teams remained even battling out to a 0-0 tie going into the locker room. "The first half it was more anyone's game," Captain Kelly Hannigan '97 said.

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