Athletics

Hello My Name Is….

Hello My Name Is….

Hi! I’m Jon Scott, a ’19 from Detroit, Michigan. Unfortunately, my college choice didn’t allow me to escape the cold and snow but did increase my collection of snowy, wintertime photos. My path to Dartmouth is actually a very interesting story. I had my mind […]

Dartmouth Women’s Basketball: Playing for a Cause

Dartmouth Women’s Basketball: Playing for a Cause

Last week the Dartmouth Women’s Basketball team hosted their annual “Pink Game” for Breast Cancer Awareness to benefit the Kay Yow Cancer Fund. Since 2009, teams across the country have held breast cancer awareness, or “Play 4 Kay” games, to honor longtime North Carolina State […]

Kyle Hendricks ’12 Helps Pitch Chicago Cubs to World Series Championship

Kyle Hendricks ’12 Helps Pitch Chicago Cubs to World Series Championship

  108 years is a long, long time. That’s before the first and second World War, before computers and the internet, before most of our great grandparents were even alive…that’s how long its been since the Chicago Cubs won the World Series…until last night. Led […]

Dartmouth Sports Week in Review: Go Big Green!

Dartmouth Sports Week in Review: Go Big Green!

  From the soccer field to the volleyball court, our Big Green athletes had another great week. Dartmouth football defeated Towson, 20-17 on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Field. With the win, Dartmouth improves to 3-2 on the season and has beaten its last seven non-conference […]

Dartmouth Honors Student Athletes

Dartmouth Honors Student Athletes

Every year, the Dartmouth College  Department of Athletics and Recreation hosts its annual Celebration of Athletic Excellence. Here are some of the awards of excellence given to athletes. The Kenneth Archibald Prize: given to “the member of the graduating class who has been four years […]

Dartmouth Sports Week in Review: Go Big Green!

Dartmouth Sports Week in Review: Go Big Green!

Our Big Green athletes had another great week on the field and in the water.  Our sailing team finished second in the Hewitt Trophy this weekend. Dartmouth hosted the regatta at Mascoma Lake in Enfield, finishing with 2o5 points. The Dartmouth women’s rugby team earned […]

President Obama Praises Dartmouth Alum for Sportsmanship at Olympic Games

President Obama Praises Dartmouth Alum for Sportsmanship at Olympic Games

In case you missed it, President Obama gave Dartmouth alum and Olympian Abbey D’ Agostino ’14 quite the shout-out for her performance in the Olympics while speaking at an event honoring the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic teams last week. The President said both he and […]

Dartmouth Sports Week in Review: Go Big Green!

Dartmouth Sports Week in Review: Go Big Green!

Our Big Green athletes had another great week on the field, on the court, and in the water. The Dartmouth football team spoiled homecoming for Holy Cross in a 35-10 win at Fitton Field on Saturday. Two players earned Ivy League weekly awards for their […]

The 50. The Ultimate Test.

The 50. The Ultimate Test.

When Dartmouth College urges its students to climb mountains, they’re not just being metaphorical. The 50, as it has come to be known, is the marathon hike from Hanover, NH, to the peak of Mt Moosilauke, sponsored several times a year by the Dartmouth Outing […]

The Stanley Cup at Dartmouth – RECAP!

The Stanley Cup at Dartmouth – RECAP!

Remember when we talked about Ben Lovejoy ’06? #12 for the Pittsburgh Penguins, winners of this year’s Stanley Cup? Was going to bring the Stanley Cup back to Dartmouth for a visit? He made good on his promise! This past Monday, August 1st, Ben brought the […]

Dartmouth Alums Competing @ Rio 2016!

Dartmouth Alums Competing @ Rio 2016!

The Olympic Opening Ceremonies are on Friday! Just two days away! After we are dazzled by the lighting of the torch and the truly spectacular show that is sure to follow, make sure you keep an eye out for these NINE Dartmouth alums competing in […]