The Dartmouth sailors came up big at Coast Guard this past weekend, winning the New England Dinghy Championships for the first time in school history.
The members of the Dartmouth women's sailing team have no choice but to sit and wait to hear whether or not they will be going to the ICSA Women's National Championships, due to a disappointing sixth-place finish at the New England Championships this past weekend. The national championships, which will be held at the University of Hawaii on May 27-31, base qualification entirely on one event.
Senior Jeff Sloves's run in the Dartmouth Invitational finally came to an end yesterday morning, as he fell in the finals to his opponent from Rutgers, Akshay Jagdale, at the Alexis Boss Tennis Center. Jagdale won the singles title in the A-draw in straight sets, 6-4, 6-3. "In the finals, I competed well, just like the other matches, but I was incredibly sore from the other rounds," Sloves said.
First-year women's tennis coach Kate Roiter resigned Tuesday, citing personal reasons, according to members of the team. JoAnn Nester, Assistant Director in the Athletic Department, informed the team of Roiter's resignation Tuesday evening.
Parker Pruett '01 ran the third fastest time ever by a Dartmouth runner in the 1,000 meters in the Saturday trials of the IC4A men's championship at the Reggie Lewis Center in Boston and went on to take sixth place overall in the final round on Sunday. Pruett's time of 2:24.39 eclipsed the previous third place time of 2:24.41 set by Pruett's former teammate Garret Jensen '99 two years ago, and gave him a second place finish in the trials.