A 600th Dartmouth Career Win for Coach Whalen

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Baseball head coach Bob Whalen leads Dartmouth to 6-1 victory over Cornell in last game of the season.

Baseball head coach Bob Whalen
Head coach Bob Whalen notched his 600th victory for Dartmouth baseball in the final game of the season Sunday with a 6-1 win over Cornell at home. (Photo by Clyde Click)

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Dartmouth baseball defeated Cornell 6-1 at Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park on Sunday afternoon, giving head coach Bob Whalen his 600th victory for Dartmouth in the final game of his 30th season at the helm.

“You certainly remember the milestone wins, but the most memorable aspects for me are all of the great players, assistant coaches and people that have been a part of this program in my 30 years,” Whalen said after the game. “I wouldn’t be where I am today without everyone doing great work on and off the field.”

Whalen, just the fifth coach in any sport to win 600 games with one team at a single Ivy League school, ends the season with a career mark of 600-586-3 (.506).

Dartmouth finished 15-26 overall and, at 8-13 in the Ivy League, tied with Cornell in the Ivy standings for either sixth or seventh place. Should Princeton lose all three games to Yale next weekend, there would be a three-way tie for sixth.


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