Amy Henry


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NFL is next stop for Big Green QB Jay Fiedler

The awards and records Dartmouth quarterback Jay Fiedler '94 owns are impressive, but beyond those numbers and awards are a passion and commitment -- a trait Fiedler hopes will bring him success after graduation, as an NFL quarterback. Fiedler appears to have been blessed with exceptional talent and an athletic gift, but it is his work ethic, determination and dedication which have been the keys to his success on and off the field. "What people can't understand about Jay is how hard-working he is.


Golf ends season on high note

Both the men's and women's golf teams dominated the course on Saturday, rising to the occasion of their last match of the year. The men ended their season with a 12.5-8.5 win over Brown and a 13.5-7.5 win over Harvard. The women's team crushed Harvard on Saturday, ending their season with a 15-2 victory. The men and women teamed up for nine holes on Saturday morning, for a "Mixed Scotch" format of play, which paired women players with the men. Dartmouth won the event 3.5-2.5, with the help of victories by women's captain Kelly Just '94 and Alec Dicks '96, Tanis Hunt '95 and men's captain Dominick Engels '94 and Heidi Corderrman '96 and Mike Bolf '96. Sweet revenge for men For the men, Saturday brought sweet revenge, for Harvard and Brown beat Dartmouth earlier in the season. Outstanding performances this season came from Bolf, who won the medalist round on Saturday with a 70.


Tennis finishes 3rd

The women's tennis team did not receive a warm initiation into Cornell University's new Reis Tennis Center Saturday.



Tennis aims for 2nd

Over the weekend, the women's tennis team crushed Brown University 7-0 but turned around and dropped a tough one to Yale University 2-5.


Tigers serve tennis first Ivy Loss

Last year's Ivy League champion Princeton ended the Dartmouth women's tennis team's undefeated streak in the Ivy League last weekend by a few instrumental points. The loss brought the Big Green's overall record to 4-3. The day was filled with bad luck for the Big Green, who began the match with two sick players.


Women's tennis off to undefeated Ivy start

The women's tennis team is enjoying an early season undefeated Ivy League record after 5-2 victories over Columbia and the University of Pennsylvania last weekend. Coach Chris Kerr said the key to the wins over Penn and Columbia were good doubles play and solid singles performances down the entire lineup. In all three of this season's matches, the Big Green women have won two out of the three doubles matches, and the doubles point has proved to be crucial. Currently 4-2 overall, the team captured four out of six singles matches last weekend . Kiyoe Hashimoto '95 and Kallie Buehler '97, who are undefeated at the number three and number five positions, respectively, are currently leading the Big Green.


Softball dominates

Dartmouth Softball dominated both games of a doubleheader this weekend against Amherst College, scoring 9-2 and 7-1 victories. Ericka Lee '95 struck out six Amherst batters for the day as she pitched a six hitter in the first game and two hitter in the second game. The Big Green attack also helped in Lee's effort with Co-Captain Jen Pitts '95 hitting two for five and freshmen Lauren McQuade and Jodi Priselac tallying two hits each in the victory. Amherst took an early lead in the first contest with two runs in the third, but Dartmouth rebounded with nine runs in the four innings. In the second game, pinch hitter Kelly Goodwin '97 began the Dartmouth scoring with a hit that put her in position to score the tying run off of a single by Pitts.