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One-on-One: Yejadai Dunn '16

This week, The Dartmouth sat down with Yejadai Dunn ’16 to speak about her recent experience playing as part of the ATAVUS All-Stars Women’s Collegiate 15’s team, as well as her rugby career at Dartmouth. Dunn will be competing in USA Rugby’s National All-Star competition on August 11.


Kristen Rumley '15 prepares for coaching role

A self-described late bloomer, Kristen Rumley ’15 never imagined pitching in college. After initially starting her athletic career in soccer, Rumley switched over to softball at the age of seven and fell in love with a sport that would be deeply ingrained in the next decade and a half of her life.





Women’s tennis splits weekend outings

After a narrow loss to No. 56 Princeton University 4-3 on Saturday, the No. 37 women’s tennis team edged out the University of Pennsylvania 4-3 on Sunday on the back of a match-clinching three-set victory by Taylor Ng ’17 at No.



Women’s tennis sees mixed results on spring interim trip

Over the spring interim, the women’s tennis team traveled to California and Texas to compete in five matches with teams from across the country. The Big Green brought home two wins — against the University of California at Irvine and the University of Denver — while falling to California State University at Northridge, Long Beach State University, and the University of Houston. The women now enter conference matches with a 13-3 record and ranked No. 29 in the nation.


Men’s tennis takes second at ECAC tournament

The men’s tennis team traveled to Boston over the weekend to compete in the ECAC Indoor Tennis Championship. After defeating St. John’s University 4-3 and shutting out Brown University 4-0, the Big Green suffered a 0-5 loss against Harvard University in the finals. The men are now 5-4 in their season.


Women’s tennis upsets opponents to win ECAC tournament

The women’s tennis team traveled to Ithaca, New York this past weekend to compete in the three-day ECAC Division I Indoor Championship, bringing home its first ECAC Winter Championship title. Dartmouth entered the tournament seeded fourth, defeating No. 5 seeded Brown University and pulling upset wins over No. 1 seeded Princeton and No. 2 seeded Columbia Universities. The three victories extended the women’s stellar season record to 8-0.