Sunday, April 27, 2003
Men's Golf Sixth at Ivy League Championship
JACKSON, N.J. -- The Dartmouth men's golf team finished sixth at the Ivy League Championship as freshman Mark Christman was ninth.
Christman fired rounds of 75-77-80--232 as Yale's Brian Kim won top honors with 74-77-71--222.
In the 54-hole tournament at Metedeconk National Golf Club, the Bulldogs scored 914 and won their first Ivy title since 1997, breaking a three-year claim on the championship by Princeton.
The Big Green finished with 970.
Freshman Kenan Yount was 15th for Dartmouth with 84-71-85--240. Another freshman, Anthony Papadopoulos, scored 78-94-80, and sophomore Stephen Gruber shot 85-85-83--253. Rounding out the lineup was junior Jeremiah Daly with 93-87-90--270.
Sunday, April 13, 2003
Dartmouth Men's Golf Eighth at New England Championship
PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The Dartmouth men's golf team was eighth at the New England Championship that concluded Sunday.
The Big Green opened the tournament with 312 and then improved to 306 for a 36-hole total of 618.
Freshman Kenan Yount earned a top 15 finish, leading Dartmouth with 76-74--150 on the par 72 Triggs Memorial golf course.
Also scoring for the Big Green were freshman Chaki Kobayashi, 78-76--152; senior Jero Esteve, 80-76--156; freshman Mark Christman, 80-80--160; and sophomore Stephen Gruber, 78-85--163.
The last golfers on the course failed to complete their rounds because of darkness.
Dartmouth is back in action on April 26-27, competing at the Ivy League Championship in New Jersey.
Kobayashi 18th for Dartmouth Men's Golf Team at Temple
ABSECON, N.J. -- Dartmouth freshman Chaki Kobayashi was the Big Green's top finisher, shooting 84-79--163 at the John MacDonald Classic hosted by Temple University.
Kobayashi was tied for 18th, while the Big Green was eighth in the 10-team field with a 36-hole score of 667.
Iona was first at 622, two shots ahead of Rutgers.
The tournament was played on the 6,700 yard Galloway National in cold, windy and rainy conditions. Of the 50 players who teed it up in the final round, only eight broke 80, including Kobayashi.
Dartmouth senior Jero Esteve shot 85-82--167; sophomore Stephen Gruber fired 81-88--169; junior Jeremiah Daly posted 82-88--170; and freshman Kenan Yount shot 84-87--171.
The tournament was the last of the fall season for Dartmouth.
Dartmouth Men's Golf Fourth at NEIGA Tournament
BREWSTER, Mass. -- The Dartmouth men's golf team took fourth place at the 68th annual New England Intercollegiate Golf Association Championship as sophomore Stephen Gruber was the Big Green's top finisher.
Gruber fired 76-76--152 as Dartmouth posted rounds of 311-308--619.
Rhode Island won with 600, Central Connecticut was next with 605 and Hartford third with 613 as 47 schools competed on Monday and Tuesday.
Dartmouth freshman Chaki Kobayashi was tied for 20th with 77-77--154, and senior Jero Esteve was tied for 31st with 78-78--156.
Also representing the Big Green were freshman Kenan Yount, 80-77--157, and freshman Mark Christman, 82-82--164,
Dartmouth closes out the fall season on October 28-29 at the Temple Invitational.
Dartmouth Men's Golf Seventh at Army Fall Invitational
WEST POINT, N.Y. -- Dartmouth freshman Chaki Kobayashi shot 73-76--149 to finish tied for 10th as the Big Green was seventh out of 16 schools at the Army Fall Invitational that concluded Sunday.
Dartmouth had a two-day total of 617, as Delaware was the top team with 593. Host Army was one shot back at 594.
Also competing for the Big Green was senior Jero Esteve who was 22nd with 74-80--154.
Rounding out the squad were freshman Kenan Yount, 73-83--156; freshman Mark Christman, 78-80--158; sophomore Stephen Gruber, 82-78--160; and junior Jeremiah Daly, 80-84--164.
Dartmouth has two weeks off before competing at the New England Intercollegiate tournament on October 21-22.
Men's Golf Third At Army Invitational after Day One
WEST POINT, N.Y. -- Freshmen Chaki Kobayashi and Kenan Yount are Dartmouth's top players with rounds of 73 in the first round of the Army Fall Invitational on Saturday.
Kobayashi and Yount are tied for seventh place after opening with a three-over par 73, just five shots off the pace.
As a team, the Big Green is in third place with 293, seven shots behind Army, the leader after the first day.
Jero Esteve is 12th overall after shooting 74, while junior Jeremiah Daly is tied for 44th after a round of 80.
DARTMOUTH MEN'S GOLF 10TH AT TOSKI TOURNAMENT
AMHERST, Mass. -- Freshman Chaki Kobayashi was Dartmouth's top finisher with rounds of 70-76--146 at the Toski Invitational that concluded Monday.
Kobayashi opened with a two-under par 70 and finished in a tie for 13th as the Big Green was 10th in the 25-team field.
Central Connecticut won with a 36-hole total of 576, and Army was second at 586. Dartmouth combined for 613.
Another Dartmouth freshman, Kenan Yount, shot 78-75--153, and sophomore Stephen Gruber posted 75-81--156.
Also competing were junior Jeremiah Daly, 77-81--158, and freshman Tony Papadopoulos, 84-81--165.
Dartmouth heads to the Army Invitational on October 5-6.
Esteve Moves up to Third Place for Dartmouth Men's Golf Team
HANOVER, N.H. -- Big Green senior Jero Esteve birdied five of the last six holes as he finished tied for third at the Dartmouth Invitational on Sunday.
After opening with a one-over par 72 on Saturday, Esteve shot an even-par 70 for a 36-hole total of 142. He was five over par after 12 holes before exploding on the final six.
After birdies on 13, 14 and 15, Esteve nearly holed a short pitch on 16 and made par. He finished with a tap-in birdie on 17 and then drained a tricky 15-footer for birdie on 18.
That helped Dartmouth fire a team-score of 291, third lowest for the day. It was the best effort by the Big Green since posting a 283 at the 2000 Dartmouth Invitational.
Sophomore Stephen Gruber rebounded from an opening day 79 to shoot a one-over par 71.
Also factoring for the Big Green were freshman Kenan Yount, 77-74--151; freshman Chaki Kobayashi, 76-76--152; and still another freshman, Mark Christman, who posted 80-81--161.
Competing as individuals for Dartmouth were junior Jeremiah Daly, 78-77--155; freshman Tony Papadopoulos, who had an 82 and then a career-low 76 for 158; and junior Greg McSweeney, 92-83--175.
Adam Fuchs of Binghamton was the tournament medalist, firing a course-record 67 and then a 68 for a two-day total of 135. Second place went to Neel Williams of Yale, 70-70--140.
The team title went to the Bulldogs who posted 578, seven shots ahead of Central Connecticut.
With 595, Dartmouth finished eighth in the 17-school field.
The Big Green is back in action on September 29-30, competing at the Toski Invitational in Amherst, Mass.
Men's Golf 10th After Day One At Dartmouth Invite
HANOVER, N.H. -- Dartmouth senior Jero Esteve fired 72 to pace the men's golf team to 10th place after the first day of the Dartmouth Invitational at the Hanover Country Club.
The Big Green's low golfer on Saturday, Esteve was tied for eighth place in the field of 97 golfers.
As a team, Dartmouth shot a 304, 10 strokes behind Yale, the tournaments leader after day one.
Dartmouth freshman Chaki Kobayashi carded 76 and is tied for 35th, while freshman Kenan Yount fired 77 to rest in a tie at 42nd place.
Sophomore Steve Gruber is tied for 57th with 79, while freshman Mark Christman is tied for 61st by shooting 80 on the tourney's first day.
Monday, September 16, 2002
Esteve Has Best Showing for Dartmouth Men's Golf
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -- Dartmouth senior Jero Esteve fired rounds of 79-75-77 for a 54-hole total of 231 at the MacDonald Cup hosted by Yale University on September 14-15.
The Big Green's low finisher, Esteve was tied for 38th place in the field of 90 golfers.
As a team, Dartmouth was 17th at 946. Rhode Island was first with 881, 10 shots ahead of host Yale at 891.
Andrew Svoboda of St. John's was the medalist with 70-75-68--213, three over par at the Yale University Golf Course.
Dartmouth freshman Chaki Kobayashi carded 79-79-77--235, while classmate Kenan Yount had 82-78-79--239.
Rounding out the Big Green team were junior Jeremiah Daly, 83-78-80--241, and sophomore Stephen Gruber, 87-80-88--255.
Next up for the Big Green is the Dartmouth Invitational
at Hanover Country Club on September 21-22.
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At Dartmouth it's a common sight to see a college golfer walking down Rope Ferry Road toward Hanover Country Club with a couple of clubs under one arm and then later see that same person with a pile of textbooks in Baker Library. That's the way it is at Dartmouth, where a stimulating academic environment goes hand-in-hand with a wealth of rewarding athletic and recreational opportunities.
Now well into its third century, Dartmouth College complements its nationally acclaimed reputation in the classroom with a range of athletic and recreational pursuits second to none. From stately Baker Library to stunning Berry Sports Center, from Kiewit Computation Center to Hopkins Center for the Arts, Dartmouth offers only the finest to its diverse student body of 4,200 undergraduates.
The Dartmouth faculty is a distinguished group of men and women who enjoy as much renown for their commitment to teaching as they do for scholarly research and publications. Students from throughout the United States and dozens of other nations benefit from resources that support Dartmouth's graduate schools in business, medicine, engineering and liberal arts, though the undergraduate experience is definitely the focus of the College.
Set among the rolling hills of Hanover, N.H., Dartmouth is the smallest and northernmost Ivy League school and a mecca for the outdoor and sports minded student. The wide array of sports offered at the College runs the spectrum from baseball to crew, lacrosse, field hockey and squash, to list only a few of more than 30 varsity sports. Recreational opportunities range from one of the most extensive intramural programs in the nation to skiing on the College's breathtakingly beautiful land, to hiking the nearby Appalachian Trail or kayaking on the Connecticut River at the edge of campus.
Students at Dartmouth enroll in three or four terms during each academic year according to the innovative Dartmouth Plan. The widely-heralded Plan breaks the traditional pattern of nine straight months of study with the summers off. It provides students with flexibility in arranging academic schedules, off-campus study opportunities, foreign study programs around the globe, internships and vacations.
Members of the Dartmouth women's golf team make full use of the Big Green's athletic facilities. These include:
Hanover Country Club is home to both the Dartmouth men's and women's golf teams. A classic, New England-style course, HCC measures 5,876 yards on the long course and 5,468 on the short. It is not uncommon to see the Dartmouth women play the long course which requires a more challenging variety of shots. The first five holes and No. 18 (called "The Loop") are laid out near the clubhouse. Holes Nos. 6-17 are on the other side of the property near Lyme Road and are separated by a deep gully, one of the noteworthy characteristics of HCC. Golfers use a bridge to traverse the gully and are required to carry it with their tee shots on Nos. 6 and 18. HCC's small greens place a premium on an accurate short game. On the other side of Lyme Road is a driving range area and four practice holes, where college golfers can use their own shag balls to fine-tune their games. Collegiate golfers store their clubs and shoes in a special team room at the HCC clubhouse. College golfers are not assessed any fees for play or practice at HCC, and club/shoe storage is complimentary for Big Green players.
In addition, members of the Dartmouth men's golf team are just a short drive away from Fore-U Golf Center, situated on Rte. 12-A in West Lebanon, N.H. Approximately 10 minutes away from campus, the center is owned and operated by Meredith and Jennifer Johnson. Captain of the 1997-98 Dartmouth women's golf team, Meredith was an Academic All-Ivy selection in spring of 1998 and a four-year letterwinner in women's golf for the Big Green. When golfers want to get a taste of something different, there are several other fine courses located in the Upper Valley area, including Country Club of New Hampshire (Sutton, N.H.), Green Mountain National Golf Course (Killington, Vt.) which has hosted Futures Tour events, Eastman Golf Links (Grantham, N.H.), Quechee Golf Club (Quechee, Vt.), Woodstock Country Club (Woodstock, Vt.) and Crown Point (Springfield, Vt.).