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A Smile Around the Track

Seven national titles. Sixteen Ivy League titles. A 12-time All-American. The most decorated student-athlete in Ivy League history. D’Agostino broke barriers not only for Dartmouth, setting new records for every distance event from the 1,000- to the 10,000-meter run, but for runners everywhere. She redefined expectations for Ivy League athletes, becoming the first to win an NCAA Division I cross country championship and the first female Ivy Leaguer to appear on the Bowerman watch list, advancing to be recognized as a semifinalist for one of the most prestigious awards in collegiate track and field.


Whitehorn ’16 wins Heps titles across range of disciplines

At the Ivy League outdoor Heptagonal Championships at Yale University last weekend, Kaitlin Whitehorn ’16 was everywhere. Running back and forth between the track and the high jump, she competed six times over the course of the weekend. After competing in the 100- and 200-meter preliminaries Saturday, she woke up Sunday with four events ahead of her: the 100- and 200-meter finals, the 4x100-meter relay and the high jump.


Women’s track and field second at outdoor Heps, men take fifth

Just 13 points separated the Dartmouth women’s track and field team from the Ivy League title at the outdoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships at Yale University this weekend. The meet was not decided until the women’s 4x400-meter relay, the final track event of the day, finished. The men’s team improved on its sixth-place finish at the indoor championships, finishing in fifth place.


Track teams set to compete at Heps

After the women finished second and the men finished sixth at the indoor Heptagonal Championships this winter, the track and field teams look to a strong finish at this weekend’s outdoor Heptagonal Championships, hosted by Yale University.


Track teams set records at Penn Relays, finish fourth at UNH

The men’s and women’s track and field teams earned two new school records as they split up again this weekend to compete in the historic Penn Relays, featuring the Championship of America races, and the University of New Hampshire Wildcat Invitational.



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Track shines at UNH, George Mason

The track and field teams competed in two meets this weekend, with some athletes attending the George Mason Spring Invitational and the majority of the teams heading to Durham for the Wildcat Invitational at the University of New Hampshire.


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Track teams compete at Sam Howell

Building on momentum from the indoor season, the men’s and women’s track teams saw strong performances all around at their outdoor opener, earning two school records the Sam Howell Invitational.


Track team hits road for Sam Howell

Coming off an indoor season where six track and field athletes earned All-American honors, records were shattered, one runner eclipsed the sub-four minute mile barrier and one woman became the first female runner to win both the 3,000 and 5,000-meter run in back-to-back indoor championship meets, expectations are high for the outdoor season.


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D’Agostino shines as track teams succeed at NCAAs

Abbey D’Agostino ’14 made history at the NCAA Division I Indoor National Championships in Albuquerque, N.M., becoming the first woman in Division I history to win the 3,000-meter race and 5,000-meter race national titles indoor in back-to-back years. As a result she was named the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association 2014 Women’s Division I Indoor National Track Athlete of the Year, an honor she received in 2013 and in the fall cross-country season.


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