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Jean Bain and Jared Czech are set to take over as assistant coaches, while Jonathan Safir will serve as director of basketball operations following a one-year stint as the squad's graduate manager. They will join new assistant Jesse Agel on Engles' staff, as Columbia looks to follow up one of the most successful seasons in program history. Comment?
One month after being introduced as Dartmouth's new head coach for men's basketball, David McLaughlin today announced that Pete Hutchins, Mike Quinn and Jabari Trotter will comprise his coaching staff for the 2016-17 season. "I could not be more excited about the hiring of Peter, Mike and Jabari," McLaughlin said. Comment?
Since the 2015-16 season opened, Dartmouth freshman Evan Boudreaux had won the Ivy League's Rookie of the Week award every other week like clockwork. This week he bucked that trend to take home the honor for a second straight week and the eighth time this season, tying a conference record. Comment?
After sitting two games out because of a thigh injury, junior forward Zena Edosomwan returns this weekend. He is the team's leading scorer and rebounder. Comment?
Cornell Live Stats: DartmouthSports.com All-Time Series vs. Columbia: Lions lead 109-99 All-Time Series vs. Cornell: Tied 105-105 Last Meeting vs. Lions: Feb. 27, 2015 - New York Comes to Hanover With victories in its last three games, Dartmouth can record its first perfect homestand of five games or longer since 1958-59 with wins over Columbia and Cornell this weekend. Last Saturday, the Big Green handed Harvard a 63-50 defeat in Leede Arena thanks to a 25-4 run in the second half that erased an 11-point deficit. Comment?
The Ivy League conducted its men's basketball teleconference call with the media today and released its preseason poll in conjunction with the event. For the third straight year, Dartmouth was picked to finish the season in sixth place, but for the first time ever, Yale finds itself atop the Ancient Eight in the 31 years of the poll's existence in one of the closest votes ever. Comment?
Ivy Opener with Intrigue Penn may have won 15 of the last 17 meetings with Dartmouth, but after last year's convincing 31-13 Big Green victory and the preseason poll pegging Dartmouth for second and the Quakers for sixth, many people were penciling in a win for the team from the Upper Valley. But after Penn shocked the FCS world by defeating fourth-ranked Villanova last week, this game has suddenly become the unofficial Ivy League game of the week. Comment?
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