Schuyler Evans


Swimmers train in Ireland, compete in Vegas over break

The Dartmouth men's and women's swim teams spent their winter break training, globe-trotting and competing as they traveled to Las Vegas, Nev., and across the pond to Dublin, Ireland. The University of Nevada, Las Vegas Invitational gave the Big Green a chance to test themselves against a group of athletes that are seldom available for competition on the East Coast. "It was good to compete against West Coast teams," women's co-captain Liz Mancuso '08 said.

Women's crew earned an at-large NCAA bid, its first bid since 1999.

Women's crew off to NCAAs

Phil Bracikowski / The Dartmouth Staff On Tuesday May 15, the Dartmouth varsity eight women's boat was awarded an at-large bid to the 2007 NCAA Division I Women's Rowing Championships. Dartmouth had not been invited to the NCAA's since 1999. "We were thrilled to death to see what they accomplished by the leadership of many of the seniors and the coaching of [Wendy] Levash," Athletic Director Josie Harper said.

Heavyweight crew's first boat placed sixteenth out of 18 in Camden Sunday.

Women's crew falls short of title

Jessica Griffen / The Dartmouth Staff Both of the Dartmouth women's varsity eight boats took fifth in the Grand Final races at the Eastern Sprints in Camden, N.J.

Big Green lightweight crew posing with both their Ivy League and Eastern Sprints Championship trophies.

Lightweights victorious at Sprints

Courtesy of Camden Place The Dartmouth varsity lightweight crew team continued to prove to the rowing world that it is a squad to be reckoned with, as the Big Green won the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges Sprints on Sunday, May 13, at Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass., after a very tight grand final.

Women's tennis dropped two matches to Ivy rivals Yale and Brown.

Tennis fails in quest for first Ivy win, losing to Yale and Brown

Kate Caster / The Dartmouth The women's tennis team was unable to score its first Ivy victory over the weekend, extending its losing streak to 10 after losses to Brown, 5-2, on Friday, April 20, and Yale, 4-3, on Sunday, April 22. Yale (11-8, 6-1 Ivy) was recognized by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association for its strong tennis with a No.