On Saturday, June 20th, 2009 the Hanover Country Club will host the 12th Annual Dartmouth Football Golf Classic.
Alex Jenny threw for 131 yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead his unit to a 21-6 victory in the annual Green-White spring football scrimmage.
The football team will play its spring Green-White scrimmage at 10 a.m. on May 2.
With spring practice well underway for the Big Green, fifth-year senior strong safety Kyle Cavanaugh is glad to be back on the field after missing last season and is ready to compete for Dartmouth this upcoming fall.
A 17-year veteran of the Ivy League, Keith Clark has joined the Dartmouth football staff.
Head coach Buddy Teevens takes a few minutes to reflect on the progress of the football team during a short break from spring practice.
Dartmouth College aggressively promotes diversity at every opportunity; it even has an Office of Institutional Diversity and Equity.
Brian Scullin ‘09, punter for the Dartmouth football team, never thought that his football career would extend beyond his years at Dartmouth.
Senior Andrew Dete was one of 43 football players in the Football Championship Subdivision to be selected as an Academic All-Star by the FCS Athletics Directors Association.
Dartmouth senior punter Brian Scullin was tabbed as an honorable mention FCS All-American by the Sports Network it was announced on Tuesday.
The 2008 Dartmouth football team awards, as well as the 2009 captains for the squad, have been announced by head coach Buddy Teevens.
The New England Football Writers announced their 2008 FCS All-New England Team yesterday, and Dartmouth senior strong safety Ian Wilson was among the players selected.
Dartmouth senior strong safety Ian Wilson was selected to the All-Ivy second team by the league's coaches on Monday evening while three others earned honorable mention.
For the third time in four weeks, freshman cornerback and kick returner Shawn Abuhoff was selected as the Ivy League Rookie of the Week.
Dartmouth returned a kickoff for a touchdown for the second straight week but could not stave off a winless season as Princeton played the rude host in a 28-10 loss on Saturday afternoon at Princeton Stadium.
Entering Saturday's game with an 0-9 record and an 11-game losing streak, Dartmouth is hoping its young stars of the future can salvage a victory in the present to avoid recalling a team from the past.
Freshman Shawn Abuhoff was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Week for the second time in three weeks for his stellar performance in Dartmouth's 45-16 home loss against Brown this past Saturday.
Freshman Shawn Abuhoff set a school record for kickoff return yards in a game, including a 94-yard touchdown, but Brown's offense proved to be too much for the Big Green in a 45-16 defeat on Senior Day at Memorial Field.
Ivy League co-leader Brown invades Memorial Field this Saturday, giving Dartmouth the opportunity to put a severe damper on the Bears' hopes of earning at least a share of the conference title.
Trailing 24-7 in the third quarter, the Dartmouth JV football team could not quite overcome the deficit in a 24-20 loss to Bridgton Academy on Sunday afternoon.
Freshman quarterback Conner Kempe threw for 256 yards and ran for one touchdown at Cornell this past Saturday to earn Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors.
Two blocked field goal attempts in the first quarter set the tone for the game as host Cornell snapped a four-game losing streak by defeating the Dartmouth Big Green on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field, 37-14.
The ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District I Football team, as selected by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA), was announced today, and three Dartmouth student-athletes were named to the squad.