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Softball's recruiting class is small, but shouldn't spoil next season.

Softball lands three recruits, but roster size will expand

Jennie Post Hoping to add depth to a young team for next season, the Big Green softball team has bolstered its bats and pitching staff by signing three early-decision recruits last month, welcoming Amy McLuskie, Audrey Kolodziej and Devin Lindsay to the roster for the spring 2008 season. "With 16 underclassmen, the face of our team is very young this season and I would highlight that as one of our strengths," coach Christine Vogt said.


Mike Fritz '07 connected on 21 of 36 pass attempts for 237 passing yards and a touchdown in a 27-17 loss to the Princeton Tigers Saturday.

Football gives Ivy champs a scare

Emma Haberman / The Dartmouth Senior Staff Heeding the words of the poet Dylan Thomas, the Dartmouth men's football team "did not go gentle into that good night." As the overcast sky in Princeton, N.J.



The swimming and diving programs dominated Maine on Sunday.

Big Green swimmers sink Maine

Jennie Post / The Dartmouth Staff The Big Green men's and women's swimming and diving teams kicked off the start of their season this weekend with three meets.


Men's hockey wins twice in preseason competition

The Big Green men's hockey team cleaned up its preseason competition this past weekend, going two for two with victories over Canadian opponents the University of Prince Edward Island and the Universit du Quebc Trois Rivires. In the first match against UPEI, Nick Johnson '08 had four points to help the team to an 8-1 victory.


New England Hall to honor six Dartmouth basketball alumni

Six men and women who have contributed to the Big Green's basketball programs will be inducted into the New England Basketball Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will honor these individuals for their contributions to New England basketball.


Coaching dearth leaves women's swim team high and dry

Athletic Director Josie Harper recently announced that the newly appointed women's swimming coach, Jerry Foley, has retracted his decision to take the position and will not join the Big Green staff. "It is with excitement that I look forward to the challenges and growth in the women's swimming and diving program at Dartmouth," Foley said in late June when he was given the position. "Leaving Bucknell was not an easy decision, nor was it taken lightly.


Big Green football looks to beat preseason expectations

The Ivy League Football Media poll, revealed Tuesday, showed low expectations for Dartmouth football in the coming season. The poll, which was voted upon by two media representatives from each Ivy League school, ranked Dartmouth in seventh place out of eight. The Harvard Crimson were chosen to finish on top and received half of the first place votes and 116 total poll points.


Trading deadline pushes big names out of town and into new threads

In the aftermath of the first of two 2006 Major League Baseball trade deadlines, some of baseball's big names are changing uniforms as well as leagues. The last time U2's hit "With or Without You" topped the charts was 1987, which happens to be the last time the Detroit Tigers reached the playoffs.


N. Mass hall on alert for bathroom intruder

An unidentified, college-aged male entered North Massachusetts Hall on July 20 and wandered into several rooms, including a women's bathroom. Students in North Massachusetts Hall reported to Safety and Security that the intruder had entered two different bathrooms as well as several individual rooms before leaving North Mass, prompting a BlitzMail message from North Mass Undergraduate Advisor Nora Ward '08 the next day to the entire residence hall. "There was a strange, probably drunk, guy in the basement bathroom while a girl was taking a shower, and let's just say he wasn't respectful of privacy," Ward wrote. Ward said that many of her residents were awake when the incident occurred, "and therefore would not [normally] think to lock their door[s], but Mass Row sees a good deal of traffic at night." Ward speculated that the locks on women's bathrooms on other floors prevented him from entering other bathrooms. College Proctor Harry Kinne reiterated the importance of residents locking their doors and reporting any strange incidents to Safety and Security. "There is a high probability the individual is affiliated with the College, though the situation is still under investigation," Kinne said. Tom Manzo '07, a resident of North Mass, saw the intruder enter the dormitory accompanied by a small group of college-aged people shortly after he had entered the building. "I asked him if I could help him with something," Manzo said.