Editor’s note: As part of a running New England Soccer Journal series, we’re profiling Division I programs in the region. Even with the COVID-19 pandemic disrupting college soccer, there’s plenty going on behind the scenes.
When head coach Ron Rainey discusses the state of Dartmouth women’s soccer, he often returns to consistency.
It’s a coach cliché that gets tossed around, but it has serious implications for the Big Green when it comes to their Ivy League fate. They’ve finished below .500 just once since Rainey took over the program in 2014, but have slotted above mid-table in their conference just twice during that span (second in 2014, third in 2018).