No. 22 Dartmouth men's tennis came out on top against Wichita State, walking away with a 4-3 victory at the Sheldon Coleman Tennis Complex on Sunday. The Big Green improved to 14-3, while the Shockers ¬fell to 7-8.
In its first of three spring break matches, No. 22 Dartmouth men's tennis fell to No. 23 Oklahoma State, 5-2, at the Greenwood Tennis Center on Friday evening. The Big Green dipped to 13-3, while the Cowboys improved to 15-4.
No. 14 Dartmouth men's tennis went 1-1 at the Boss Tennis Center on Sunday, falling to Old Dominion (4-1) before taking down Boston University (6-1). The Big Green are now 13-2.
No. 14 Dartmouth men's tennis narrowly fell to Iowa, 4-3, at the Boss Tennis Center on Saturday afternoon. The Big Green dipped to 12-1, while the Hawkeyes improved to 6-5.
After going undefeated through the first month of the season and accumulating a record of 12-0, the Dartmouth men's tennis team is now ranked 14th in the ITA National Rankings.
Dartmouth men's tennis claimed the ECAC Indoor Championship title following a 4-1 victory over Harvard on Sunday. This is the first time the Big Green - which are now 12-0 on the season - have won the tournament.
Dartmouth men's tennis improved to 11-0 with its 4-1 victory over Princeton in the semifinal of the ECAC Championship on Saturday, rebounding from a dropped doubles point to take the match.
Dartmouth men's tennis took down Monmouth, 4-1, on the first day of the ECAC Championship on Friday. With their 10-0 record, this is the best mark the Big Green have had to start the spring in the program's 96-year history.
Dartmouth men's tennis defeated Rice and Bryant by scores of 4-0 at the Boss Tennis Center on Sunday. The Big Green improved to 9-0, which is their best start to the spring since 2007, when the team also went 9-0, going undefeated from Jan. 28 - March 3.
Dartmouth men's tennis continues to shine in 2018, defeating Big Ten's Minnesota, 5-2, at the Boss Tennis Center on Friday evening. The Big Green improved to 7-0, while the Gophers dropped to 2-3.
Dartmouth men's tennis sophomores David Horneffer and Charlie Broom are ranked No. 19 in the ITA Division I Doubles Rankings that were released on Wednesday.
The brooms were out for the Big Green this past weekend.