Since being called up to pitch for the Chicago Cubs on July 10, former Big Green pitcher Kyle Hendricks ’12 has grabbed four straight wins, most recently a 4-1 victory over the New York Mets on Monday. Hendricks has amassed a 5-1 record and 1.66 ERA.
A former Lehigh University assistant coach will lead the men’s lacrosse team next season. Brendan Callahan will replace Andy Towers, who told the Valley News he was fired in June. Towers had served five years in the position.
After a win in the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey Under-18 Women’s World Championship in Hungary, the U.S. team gathered in the locker room and danced — to Miley Cyrus’ hit “Party in the USA.” The team, forward Brooke Ahbe ’18 said, was determined to celebrate in style on its way to an eventual silver-medal this spring.
RIP RTP. Sophomore summer is over, and, to the delight of our readers, so is our brief stint on the back page of The Dartmouth.
This week, The Dartmouth sat down with incoming men’s soccer player Daniel Hazlett ’18. In his senior year, Hazlett led the Hanover High School men’s soccer team to an undefeated season and a Division I state championship. He was also named the Gatorade New Hampshire Boys Soccer Player of the Year for the fall season. He’ll join the varsity soccer team after his Dartmouth Outing Club freshman trip: hiking three, through the White Mountains.
After the first three rounds of the PGA Championship, the tournament was McIlroy’s to lose. On Sunday, he almost did just that. Coming off back-to-back wins at the British Open and Bridgestone Invitational, McIlroy held a one-stroke lead entering the final round over Bernd Wiesberger, a relative newcomer regarded by few as a legitimate Sunday threat.
As incoming student-athletes walk across campus to their initial compliance meetings at the College, they may need to set aside more time to acquaint themselves with NCAA regulations than their predecessors did in previous years. With new NCAA policies coming into effect in August — including policies on recruiting, meals, coaching certifications and penalties for street drugs — and turnover in some Big Green coaching staffs, first-year student-athletes will have to think through more than just finding their classrooms and learning “Dartspeak.”