Kevin Demoff


Women's lax heads to Virginia for quarters showdown

If nothing else, tomorrow's matchup with No. 2 Virginia in Charlottesville should conjure up memories of just how close the Big Green women's lacrosse team came to earning a berth in the national championship game last year. Trailing 6-5 midway through the second half of the NCAA semifinal against Virginia, Kate Graw '00 netted what appeared to be the equalizing goal.

Is it do-or-die for Green baseball?

That being said, the Big Green baseball team's Ivy League opening road-trip this weekend is not a must-win situation. If Dartmouth was to lose all four games to Columbia and Pennsylvania, the season would not be lost.

Issues on campus can relate to the world of sports

As sports imitate life, so too does life imitate sports. In recent months, the NBA has undergone a turbulent transition and is now searching for a new identity: Michael Jordan retired, owners locked players out and fans threatened never to come back to the games. Today's news of impending change at the College reminds me of the NBA situation as it appears that Dartmouth is searching for a new identity.

Men's soccer sends seniors Meyer, Nyman to MLS

Two of the most storied players in Dartmouth men's soccer history will get a chance to show their wares to the nation next season in Major League Soccer play following this weekend's college entry draft in Fort Lauderdale.