During the annual Green and White Spring football scrimmage, defensive end Charles Bay '11 was named one of the team's two captains for the 2010 season
The Dartmouth football team, in conjunction with DKMS Americas, is hosting a bone marrow drive on Friday beginning at 4 p.m.
Senior quarterback Alex Jenny was selected by the National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) as a member of the 2010 NFF Hampshire Honor Society.
Foley Schmidt kicked four field goals to help the White squad to the victory over the Green, and Tim McManus and Charles Bay were announced as captains for the fall.
Dartmouth and Bucknell have agreed to a home-and-home series on the gridiron beginning this fall.
With four of the 12 spring practices having taken place, DartmouthSports.com was able to catch up with head coach Buddy Teevens to get some quick thoughts on the team's progress.
Head coach Buddy Teevens has nearly 90 members on the field for spring practice.
Jim Pry and Don Dobes bring a more than a combined 60 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Dartmouth football coaching staff.
In early February, a group of more than 25 football players pitched in to help build the snow sculpture for the upcoming Winter Carnival.
Big Green wide receiver Tanner Scott was one of 55 chosen for the FCS Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team
Dartmouth sophomore Shawn Abuhoff was named as the return specialist for the FCS All-New England Team as chosen by the New England Football Writers.
Sophomore running back Nick Schwieger was selected for the All-Ivy First Team, while six other Big Green players received All-Ivy honors.
Head coach Buddy Teevens and his staff presented the team awards at the end-of-year banquet this afternoon.
Conner Kempe frantically tried to rally the Big Green in the fourth quarter with 180 passing yards, but Dartmouth could not come back from an 18-point deficit.
Dartmouth is aiming to end the season on a high note and give Buddy Teevens a victory in his 100th game as the Big Green's head coach.
Strong safety Garrett Waggoner had nine tackles, seven solo, plus momentarily saved the outcome of the game by breaking up a pass in the last few seconds of regulation near the end zone.
The Big Green went toe-to-toe with Brown in Providence utilizing a terrific defensive effort, only to get tripped up in overtime.
Currently tied for fourth in the Ivy League standings, Dartmouth can move up to third place with a victory over Brown on Saturday.
Greg Patton was named the Ivy Offensive Player and Rookie of the Week, while Foley Schmidt was selected as the Special Teams Player of the Week.
Shawn Bode and Billy Bradshaw scored touchdowns for the JV squad as the Big Green defeated Bridgton at Memorial Field on Sunday.
Freshman Greg Patton broke the two-week old Big Green rushing record by galloping for 243 yards in his first varsity game and Dartmouth prevailed in double overtime.
Sophomore tight end John Gallagher was named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District I Team.
The winner of the Dartmouth-Cornell football game in Hanover is assured to be tied for fourth at the end of the day.
A blocked punt return for a touchdown and 116 receiving yards for Tanner Scott were not enough to overcome Harvard on Halloween.