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11.22.10.sports.WBasketball

Men's basketball sees mixed results

Nicholas Root / The Dartmouth Staff Nicholas Root / The Dartmouth Staff The Dartmouth men's basketball team split its games in the opening week of the season, going 1-2 after three hard fought matchups. Dartmouth (1-3, 0-0 Ivy) lost a heartbreaking home opener to in-state rival University of New Hampshire.


Men's, women's basketball go down in season openers

In an unsuccessful opening weekend of basketball, both the Big Green men's and women's basketball teams took to the road and lost their season openers to Providence College (1-0) by a score of 87-52 and Northwestern University (1-0) 66-37, respectively. In Providence, the Big Green men's team (0-1, 0-0 Ivy) was outplayed by an overpowering Friars squad, who jumped out to a quick 19-3 lead and never looked back, taking a 25 point lead into halftime. The Friars shot 56 percent from the floor, including knocking down eight shots from behind the arc.


11.04.10.sports.MSoccer

Men's soccer wins 2-1 on late goal

PATTEN LOWENSTEIN / The Dartmouth PATTEN LOWENSTEIN / The Dartmouth For the second consecutive game, the Dartmouth men's soccer team scored two crucial late goals and earned a 2-1 victory this time coming back against in-state rival University of New Hampshire. With the win, the Big Green (8-6-1, 2-3 Ivy) saved its chance, however slim, of making the NCAA tournament.


The other futbol notches Homecoming wins

Big Green soccer gave fans a reason to celebrate Homecoming this weekend, with the men winning 2-1 and the women taking a 3-2 victory over Harvard University's squads on Saturday. The win marked the third consecutive win for the women, pushing their record to 6-7-2 (3-2-1 Ivy) and giving them a third-place tie with Columbia University in the Ivy League standings.


The other futbol notches Homecoming wins

Big Green soccer gave fans a reason to celebrate Homecoming this weekend, with the men winning 2-1 and the women taking a 3-2 victory over Harvard University's squads on Saturday. The win marked the third consecutive win for the women, pushing their record to 6-7-2 (3-2-1 Ivy) and giving them a third-place tie with Columbia University in the Ivy League standings.


Houston '12 gives spark to 12-3 Big Green volleyball

As the Dartmouth women's volleyball team continues to build on its fantastic 12-3 start, Kendall Houston '12, who leads the team (12-3, 3-1 Ivy) with 376 assists on the year, is doing everything she can to help push the Big Green toward an Ivy League championship. Though Houston has started for the volleyball team since her freshman year, captain Jessie Hartman '11 has seen Houston's development first-hand and believes she continues to improve. "She has always been a very dynamic player," Hartman said.


10.11.10.sports.Wvolleyball

Volleyball defeats Cornell 3-2, falls to Columbia 1-3

Nicholas Root / The Dartmouth Staff Nicholas Root / The Dartmouth Staff The women's volleyball team went 1-1 at home this weekend, claiming an exciting 3-2 victory over Cornell University on Friday night before losing to Columbia University 1-3 on Saturday afternoon. Dartmouth (12-3, 3-1 Ivy) moved to second place behind Princeton University (8-6, 3-0 Ivy) in the Ivy League and surpassed last season's win total, with 10 games still left to play. The Big Green began the weekend double-header with a comeback against Cornell Friday night, rallying behind fan support to defeat the Big Red in five games.


Volleyball defeats Cornell 3-2, falls to Columbia 1-3

The women's volleyball team went 1-1 at home this weekend, claiming an exciting 3-2 victory over Cornell University on Friday night before losing to Columbia University 1-3 on Saturday afternoon. Dartmouth (12-3, 3-1 Ivy) moved to second place behind Princeton University (8-6, 3-0 Ivy) in the Ivy League and surpassed last season's win total, with 10 games still left to play. The Big Green began the weekend double-header with a comeback against Cornell Friday night, rallying behind fan support to defeat the Big Red in five games.


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