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Williamson '12 wins championship

Editor's Note and Correction Appended The Dartmouth men and women's golf teams competed in the Ivy League Championships this past weekend at Galloway National Golf Course and Atlantic City Country Club, respectively, with the men's team finishing in fourth place and the women's team finishing last out of seven.


04.11.11.Sports.HaitiGame

Soccer hosts Haiti in benefit game

Zach Kuster / The Dartmouth Staff The Dartmouth men's soccer team hosted the men's Haitian national football team on Friday at Burnham Field in Hanover, benefitting Partners in Health's relief efforts in Haiti.



Rugby falls to Penn State, beats Barbados teams over break

Courtesy of Charlie Grant After returning from an eight-day training trip to Barbados, the Dartmouth men's rugby team lost its first Rugby East Conference game, falling 22-19 to Pennsylvania State University on March 26. "Penn State was not necessarily the better team, but we prevented ourselves from winning that game," co-captain Nick Downer '11 said.






Wiens brings worldly knowledge to collegiate squash

During First-Year Orientation for the Class of 2011, men's squash team co-captain Mike Lewis '11 thought coach Hansi Wiens was "crazy" after Wiens who was then an assistant coach but became head coach in 2008 told Lewis to hop around on one foot for approximately an hour during his first team practice, not even allowing him to hit a ball. The drill was intended to convey that movement is crucial in squash, and by the end of the session Lewis understood Wiens' great coaching skills, Lewis said.


Squash head coach Hansi Wiens speaks to members of the men's and women's teams in October 2010.

Wiens brings worldly knowledge to collegiate squash

Courtesy of DartmouthSports.com During First-Year Orientation for the Class of 2011, men's squash team co-captain Mike Lewis '11 thought coach Hansi Wiens was "crazy" after Wiens who was then an assistant coach but became head coach in 2008 told Lewis to hop around on one foot for approximately an hour during his first team practice, not even allowing him to hit a ball. The drill was intended to convey that movement is crucial in squash, and by the end of the session Lewis understood Wiens' great coaching skills, Lewis said.


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