Joe Clyne


Tennis teams open season on road

The men’s and women’s tennis teams opened their seasons this past weekend with tournaments on the road. The men participated in the Ivy Plus tournament in Princeton, New Jersey, from Friday through Sunday. On the same dates, the women competed in the Tribe Invitational at the College of William & Mary. Both teams saw mixed results in their opening matchups as the Big Green tennis players shook off the offseason dust.

David Berg ’16: From the Farmhouse to the Racecourse

After nine months of riding a bike through rugged outdoor terrain, your average student would likely swear off cycling for good, content to pass through this life from the comfort of an automobile or as a simple pedestrian.

Men’s golf opens season with back-to-back tournament wins

This weekend’s two-day tournament came down to just one stroke for the men’s golf team, in its second straight tournament win, this one at Cornell University’s Robert Trent Jones Golf Course. Driven by Ian Kelsey ’18 in his first college tournament, the Big Green won the 15-team tournament by just one stroke over the University of Delaware and the University of Pennsylvania. Kelsey was Dartmouth’s top performer in the tournament, finishing with a seven-over-par 220 through three rounds. This score tied Kelsey for third, just two strokes behind the eventual winner, senior Blake Carter from Longwood University.


Women’s soccer wins nailbiter in 2OT at home

Setting the stage for a 4-0 win at the University of Vermont yesterday, the women’s soccer team won a double overtime thriller against Northeastern University on Friday afternoon at Burnham Field 1-0. Lucielle Kozlov ’16 netted the remarkable game-winner with just 14 ticks remaining in double overtime to extend the Big Green’s home unbeaten streak to 15 games.

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