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Christman is Academic All-American

Midfielder Nick Christman '08 was named to the ESPN the Magazine National Academic All-America first team for men's soccer for the second straight season.

For his career, Christman is a two-time national first team selection and three time All-District honoree, twice named to the first team.

The three national teams, with 11 student-athletes on each, are selected from a pool of 88 All-District first-team selections.

Christman is a computer science and mathematics major who has a 4.00 grade point average. In his senior season, he was one of just four Dartmouth players to start all 18 games, helping the Big Green to an 11-4-3 record and an NCAA Tournament at-large bid.

Christman is one of two Ivy Leaguers to earn national distinction and the only one on the first team. He is one of seven national honorees from District I, which is one of the most competitive in the nation. District I consists of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, and five Canadian provinces.

Cunningham Earns National Attention

Jenna Cunningham '10 was named United States College Hockey Online National Offensive Player of the Week (Oct. 29 to Nov. 4) after her seven-point weekend in two conference wins over Princeton and Quinnipiac. She also earned back-to-back ECAC Hockey Player of the Week honors.

Against Princeton, in a 4-3 comeback, Cunningham netted the game winner and added two assists. She posted two goals, one on the power play, and recorded two more assists to lead the Big Green to an 8-1 win over Quinnipiac.

Reggie Williams '76 honored at Homecoming

Reggie Williams '76 was honored by Dartmouth and the National Football Foundation Hall of Fame (NFF) in a halftime ceremony during the Homecoming game against Columbia.

An All-America linebacker and former All-Pro with the Cincinnati Bengals, Williams is the Big Green's latest inductee into the College Football Hall of Fame and is the 13th Dartmouth coach, player, or administrator to be recognized by the hall of fame.

Appearing with Williams as he was honored was Josie Harper, director of athletics and recreation, President James Wright, and Jake Crouthamel '60. Crouthamel is a member of the NFF Honors Court and was Williams's coach at Dartmouth.

By MATTHEW FAULKNER

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Last Updated: 5/30/08