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Glenn Randall
Glenn Randall '09 (Photo by Gil Talbot)
Dartmouth Athletics' annual Celebration of Athletic Excellence honored 10 student-athletes May 18, with the highest honor, the Kenneth Archibald Prize, going to three-sport athlete Glenn Randall '09. Randall was the first Dartmouth Nordic skier in 41 years to claim an NCAA title. Basketball player Brittney Smith '11 won the Class of 1976 Award for outstanding female athlete of the year, while the Alfred E. Watson trophy for finest male athlete of the year went to baseball player Nick Santomauro '10.

The Class of 1948 Scholar-Athlete Award for "outstanding performance in athletics and significant achievement in academics" was presented to comparative literature major Colleen Olsen '10, a lacrosse midfielder, and biological sciences major Derek Stenquist '10, a member of the men's soccer team.

Peter Williamson '12 won the 2009 Ivy League Men's Golf Championship, becoming the fourth Dartmouth player in history to claim the title. Williamson beat Princeton's Eric Salazar in a three-hole playoff after both players finished three rounds with scores of 211, one under par for the tournament. Williamson was also voted Ivy League Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.

Last Updated: 1/14/10