The Dartmouth sailing team took third at the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ISCA) Match Racing National Championship in San Diego, California.
After one day of racing, the Dartmouth sailing team is in fourth place at the Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association (ICSA) Match Racing National Championship in San Diego, California.
The Dartmouth sailing team finished fifth in the 43rd Atlantic Coast Dinghy Championship over the weekend in Boston, Massachusetts, to conclude the co-ed dinghy fall season.
Dartmouth College and the Department of Athletics and Recreation inducted 17 new members into the Wearers of the Green in a ceremony after the homecoming football game on Saturday evening.
The Dartmouth sailing team competed in two regattas over the weekend, both of which were held simultaneously in New London, Connecticut by the Coast Guard Academy.
Two Dartmouth sailors swept the New England Inter-Collegiate Sailing Association's (NEISA) Sailors of the Week award after a stellar performance on the water last weekend. Charles Lalumiere and Rebecca McElvain helped guide the Big Green to a victory in the Sherman Hoyt Trophy in Providence for their first team win of the fall season.
The Dartmouth sailing team competed in four regattas over the weekend, including the Sherman Hoyt Trophy where the Big Green recorded their first team victory of the fall season.
The Dartmouth sailing team took part in three regattas over the weekend, including the Captain Hurst Bowl on Mascoma Lake in Enfield, New Hampshire.
The Dartmouth sailing team competed in three events over the weekend, taking third in the David Lee Arnoff Race and the U.S. Match Race Championship.
The next generation of Big Green athletes are carrying on the Dartmouth tradition.
The Dartmouth sailing team competed in three regattas over the weekend, including the Hewitt Trophy which was hosted by the Big Green at Mascoma Lake in Enfield.
Both the Dartmouth coed and women's sailing teams have improved their national rankings in a recent poll by SailingWorld.com.