Matt Yuen


One-on-one with Matt Giegerich '19

Matt Giegerich ’19 first picked up a squash racquet at around 8-years-old, following in his brother Brian Giegerich ’18’s footsteps.

After this last weekend's races, hosted by Dartmouth, the women's, team and co-ed fleet racing teams are all headed to nationals.

For first time since 2007, all three sailing teams go to nationals

At home in Hanover, the co-ed sailing team placed seventh out of 18 last Sunday at the New England Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association Dinghy Championship, qualifying them for the Inter-collegiate Sailing Association National Championship in San Diego, California. In collegiate sailing, there are three main events: team fleet racing, women’s fleet racing and co-ed fleet racing. Over the past two weeks, both the women’s fleet and team fleet racing teams qualified for nationals, making this year the first time since 2007 all three events qualified for the national championship.

Drake Corbin ’17 pulled 232.5 kilograms during the U.S.A. Powerlifting Collegiate National Championships.

Powerlifting Club sends seven to Nationals in inaugural season

Every great thing starts off as a small idea. In the fall of 2015, Tony Choi ’16 had a dream: to start a Powerlifting Club at Dartmouth. From the notorious breakfast bomb to the daily Late Night Collis ventures, one oftentimes encounters certain obstacles when attempting to maintain one’s fitness.

Men’s rugby upsets Penn State, draws No. 1 BYU in next round

In the very first round of the prestigious Varsity Cup invitational tournament, then-No. 50, now-No. 11 Dartmouth’s men’s rugby team upset then-No. 11 now-No.12 Pennsylvania State University with a 30-25 victory last Saturday, catapulting the Big Green up in the standings posted on Goff Rugby Report.

Men's lacrosse lost in a close game to Wagner.

Men’s lacrosse loses tight game at home to Wagner 7-6

At the fourth game of the season, and the first home game, the men’s lacrosse team fell 7-6 to Wagner College at Scully-Fahey Field for the first time in program history. While the Seahawks improved to 2-3, the Big Green falls to 0-4.

Men’s squash finishes 7th at Potter Cup, women take Kurtz

Men’s squash finished its historic season, ranked seventh in the country, while the No. 9 women’s squash took home the Kurtz Cup for first time in four years. At the final squash tournament of the season, the men’s team lost 8-1 to Yale University, the newly established national champion, 6-3 to Harvard University but topped Columbia University 6-3 to close out the season 10-6.

Squash teams finish in top ten, men qualify for the Potter Cup

Over Winter Carnival weekend, the then No. 5 men’s squash team fell 8-1 to then No. 4, now No. 2 Yale University in Hanover, followed by a 7-2 victory over No. 16 Brown University in Providence. The team finished the regular season 9-4 and ultimately ranked seventh in the country.

Men's squash downs No. 9 Drexel, improves to 6-2

At the last home game of the season, No. 5 Dartmouth sealed the victory against No. 9 Drexel University 6-3, raising the Big Green to 6-2 overall (2-1 Ivy) while dropping the Dragons to 7-4.