Austin Zalkin


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Catamounts mount m. hoops

Dartmouth men's basketball struggled throughout its home opener in Leede Arena last night, falling 73-54 to the University of Vermont.


Dartmouth to face Brown, Yale

Despite a 13-point loss last Saturday at home against Penn, Dartmouth men's basketball has good reason for confidence going into this weekend's games at Brown and Yale. For one, the Big Green defeated Princeton, Penn's Ivy League co-leader, last Friday night while their best scorer, Greg Buth '01, was held to just eight points.


Seniors put up heady numbers

In winning three straight games, Dartmouth men's basketball has ridden the coattails of its once-again dominant pair of senior co-captains. Center Ian McGinnis '01 pulled down 16 rebounds Wednesday night at Albany after grabbing 13 last Saturday versus the same Great Danes in Hanover and 10 at home against Colgate four days before that.


Individuals shine, team falters

Despite dropping two more Ivy League games over the weekend, several Dartmouth men's basketball players showed improvement that could bode well for the remainder of the season. Ian McGinnis '01, the team co-captain and starting center who led the nation in rebounding at over 12 per game in 1998, pulled down 10 rebounds Friday night against Brown and 15 on Saturday versus Yale.


M. b'ball seeks first Ivy win

Dartmouth men's basketball enters the first full weekend of Ivy League play needing wins tomorrow against Brown and Saturday versus Yale.


M. basketball lacks holiday break spirit

The Dartmouth men's basketball team (2-8, 0-1) endured its usual December skid, going 2-4 overall with a loss in its only Ivy League game so far this season. After beginning the month with a 65-58 defeat at Lehigh and a 70-50 victory at home versus Haverford, the men dropped a heartbreaking one-point loss to Harvard in Cambridge.


LaBarre '04 wins Rookie of Year

Matt LaBarre '04 was named the 2000 Ivy League Rookie of the Year Wednesday after leading the Big Green men's soccer team in scoring in his first season.



M. soccer, runners make NCAAs

Two Dartmouth men's teams discovered yesterday they will be competing in their respective NCAA tournaments. The men's soccer team, which failed to win the Ivy League's automatic bid to the tournament when it fell to Brown 4-1 on Saturday, earned an at-large bid, and will head to the University of Connecticut on Sunday.