Daniel Lee


In the 2013 National League Championship Series, Hyun-Jin Ryu became the first Korean pitcher to get a postseason win.

Korean players in Major League Baseball

Though I am now someone who frequently checks the results of every single baseball game and tries to analyze sabermetrics, I was not interested in baseball for much of my life.

Softball pick up its first two losses in Ivy League play this past weekend against Yale University.

Softball compiles 14-2 Ivy League record with four games left

Dartmouth softball (26-12, 14-2 Ivy) was handed its first loss in Ivy League play this past weekend in the second game of a double header against Yale University (15-28-1, 7-9 Ivy). The humbling moment halted the team’s seemingly unstoppable momentum that remains a testament to the dangerous offense and unhittable pitching the team displayed this month. Both players and coaches handled the seemingly devastating Ivy League losses, the second coming on Sunday against Yale, with elegance and took it as a sign to work even harder as the season winds down.

The Lakers without Kobe Bryant

Growing up in Los Angeles, I always believed that Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers were two inseparable terms in the world of basketball.

Match Day reveals what is next for Geisel students

Four years of medical school culminated with Match Day, when 81 students at the Geisel School of Medicine discovered where they will move on to fulfill their residency training after graduation. Friends and families gathered with the graduating students on March 18 to celebrate their next step toward becoming a physician.

Volleyball loses to Yale in five-sets, falls out of first in Ivy League

After a victory over Brown University in five sets on Friday helped move the team into a tie for first in the Ivy League, the women’s volleyball team followed with a five-set loss against Yale University in its final game of the season on Saturday, dropping the team out of Ivy League title contention and an opportunity to play in the NCAA tournament. \n When Harvard University (14-10, 10-4 Ivy) lost to Yale on Friday and Dartmouth beat Brown (10-16, 4-10 Ivy), there was a three-way tie between the Big Green, Princeton University (15-8, 10-4 Ivy) and Harvard with one game in the season remaining.

Volleyball wins two straight as Paige Caridi ’16 reaches 1,000 digs

After losing nine straight sets to start the second half of the season, the women’s volleyball team made the necessary adjustments to break its three-game losing streak and defeat Columbia and Cornell Universities at home this past weekend. Dartmouth (11-10, 8-4 Ivy) remains tied with Princeton University (13-8, 8-4 Ivy) for second place in the Ivy League standings, and both teams trail Harvard University (13-9, 9-3 Ivy) by one win with two games left in the season. Dartmouth kicked off the weekend against Columbia, whom the Big Green had edged in a 3-2 nailbiter earlier in the season.

Volleyball moves to solo first in Ivy League after two-win weekend

This past weekend, the women’s volleyball team traveled to New York and picked up victories against Cornell University (4-13, 0-7 Ivy) and Columbia University (5-11, 3-4 Ivy) to stretch its win-streak to five games and climb to first place in the Ivy League. The women (9-7, 6-1 Ivy) traveled to Ithaca, New York, to face Cornell, a team which was determined to break its seven-game losing streak.

One-on-One with Emily Astarita '17

This week The Dartmouth sat down with Emily Astarita ’17 of the volleyball team. Astarita currently leads the team with 183 kills through 12 games.