Emily Wechsler


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Gillis, Verhagen shine during dual meet in Pennsylvania

Dartmouth’s swimming and diving teams took to the University of Pennsylvania’s Sheerr Pool Friday and Saturday to take on the Quakers and the Yale University Bulldogs. In their first contest of 2016, the overall team performances lagged behind Penn and Yale, with the men losing to Penn 227-71 and to Yale 215-85 while the women lost 234-66 and 249-51, respectively.




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Women’s soccer falls in OT heartbreaker

The women’s soccer team fell to Princeton University 3-2 in overtime on Saturday night, following a battle of stout defenses and high-pressure forward lines on both sides.


Coach Ron Rainey: From the Big Ten to the Ivy League

Women’s soccer head coach Ron Rainey knew what it was like to be a coach long before he became one. The son of a high school and college-level basketball coach, Rainey took his soccer skills to the sideline almost as soon as he graduated from Wilkes University, where he had been a two-time captain and team most valuable player on the men’s soccer team.


Powered by explosive offense, women’s soccer wins 3 of 5

The early season — that time when fall athletes and a few freshman are some of the only faces on campus, when entire days revolve around the sport and the team — is a time of development for each player, aided by teammates and coaches.


Class of 2019 student-athletes adjust during preseason

We’ve heard it before: to be the best, you’ve got to work harder, arrive earlier and stay later. Recruited athletes have proved they can do this, but they don’t stop when they sign their National Letter of Intent. Fall varsity athletes arrive up to three weeks before the rest of campus to work solely on their sports before classes begin, and freshman athletes are no exception.


Women’s sailing places 4th at Nationals

At the end of a year of ups and downs, the team, which finished a mere 14 points behind first place at the national competition, saw a strong end to the season and earned the first regatta win for the women’s team all season — all in four straight days of sailing.



Men’s crew teams prepare for competition at Eastern Sprints

The men’s heavyweight and lightweight crew teams will both travel to Worcester, Massachusetts, this weekend to begin their post-season competition at the Eastern Sprints Regatta, the annual rowing championship for the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges. \n While the lightweight team only needs to finish in the top eight and the heavyweight in the top 12 to continue on to the IRA National Championship Regatta, both squads have set their sights on getting into the top six, heavyweight head coach Wyatt Allen and lightweight head coach Sean Healey said.