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Basketball loses to Lehigh to wrap up three-game home stand

Big Green men's basketball fell to Lehigh University, 73-60, on Saturday in Leede Arena to finish off a three-game home stand with one win and two losses. Lehigh (5-1, 0-0 Patriot) played a balanced game against the Big Green (1-4, 0-0 Ivy), managing to keep Dartmouth's leading scorer, forward Alex Barnett '09, at bay. Barnett finished the game shooting only four of 19 from the field for a total of nine points, 14 below his season average. Barnett was not the only Big Green player stifled by the Mountain Hawks' defense.





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Men's basketball gears up for season opener against Army

The Dartmouth Dartmouth men's basketball hopes to improve on its less than impressive 2007-2008 season, in which the team finished tied for last place in the league with a 3-11 Ivy record, 10-18 overall. The Big Green opens its season against Army at 4 p.m.


Men's basketball gears up for season opener against Army

By The Dartmouth Staff Dartmouth men's basketball hopes to improve on its less than impressive 2007-2008 season, in which the team finished tied for last place in the league with a 3-11 Ivy record, 10-18 overall. The Big Green opens its season against Army at 4 p.m.


Men's basketball gears up for season opener against Army

Dartmouth men's basketball hopes to improve on its less than impressive 2007-2008 season, in which the team finished tied for last place in the league with a 3-11 Ivy record, 10-18 overall. The Big Green opens its season against Army at 4 p.m.



Women's soccer grinds out overtime tie with No. 25 Harvard

Dartmouth women's soccer played 110 hard-fought minutes against No. 25 Harvard on Saturday afternoon but was unable to pull away with the lead as the Big Green earned a 1-1 draw on the team's Senior Day. Harvard (9-3-4, 4-1-1 Ivy) currently stands tied for first place in the Ivy League along with Princeton and Columbia; each share a 4-1-1 conference record. The Big Green (7-6-2, 1-4-1 Ivy) is stuck in seventh place, ahead of upcoming opponent Cornell University. Not coming up with a win, however, did not taint the outcome of the game for the Big Green. "It was a big improvement from last week," senior co-captain Becky Poskin said.