Two explosive innings carried the Dartmouth baseball team to a 16-8 victory over visiting Division II St. Anselm College on Tuesday.
In a weekend that included inclement weather, tough conditions and location changes, the men’s and women’s crew teams saw mixed results. The women’s crew team competed in a two-day Clemson Invitational, faring better on the second day. The men’s lightweight team failed to win a race as it struggled against Yale University in the Durand Cup and Columbia University in the Subin Cup. The men’s heavyweight team fell to Boston University and beat Rutgers University.
In its final regular season rounds this past weekend, the women’s golf team faced off against Hartford University in a dual match and defeated the Hawks by three strokes, 323-326. The men traveled to Connecticut as well for Yale University’s spring invitational, where the team finished fourth of 11 schools.
When Dartmouth’s Steve Mangan ’14 crossed the finish line in the mile race at the indoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships in Hanover in March, he shattered the Ivy record by nearly three seconds. The previous record-holder — Courtney Jaworski of the University of Pennsylvania — had run his best in 2006 but will soon return to Hanover in a different context, as the head coach of Dartmouth’s women’s cross country team and an assistant coach on the track and field teams.
Entering the final event of the Ivy League Championships on Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y., the equestrian team trailed by just one point. Justin Maffett ’16 was up to the challenge, earning the Big Green’s only individual win of the day and giving the team its fourth ever Ivy Championship title.
Being a member of a team is not just about competing, it’s about the community. We play, practice and eat together, but one of the biggest ways that we bond is through travel.
After winning three games against Brown University, the softball team suffered its first Ivy loss of the season.