A total of 32 student-athletes were on the list of recruits released by head coach Buddy Teevens today.
Seniors Will Montgomery, Donald Kephart and Tanner Scott were announced as members of the 2011 National Football Foundation & College Hall of Fame (NFF) Hampshire Honor Society.
Foley Schmidt's 61-yard field goal attempt as time expired smacked off the crossbar, leaving the score tied in the annual spring football game.
The spring football game will take place at Memorial Field on Saturday, April 30, with a video feed from the game streamed live for free on DartmouthSports.com
Dartmouth and the University of New Hampshire announced the resumption of their gridiron series, beginning with a game in Durham on Sept. 27, 2014.
The Hanover Planning Board unanimously approved Dartmouth's project to install lights at Memorial Field.
Chris Rorke '89 has been hired as the quarterbacks coach and passing-game coordinator, while offensive line coach Keith Clark has added offensive coordinator to his list of duties
Dartmouth Athletics Director Harry Sheehy and Big Green head coach Buddy Teevens today announced the mutual parting of ways with offensive coordinator Jim Pry, citing philosophical differences.
Junior Shawn Abuhoff, who last month as named to The Sports Network All-America First Team, was given the 2010 FCS Punt Returner Award by the College Football Performance Awards.
The FCS Athletics Directors Association selected seniors Tanner Scott and Tim McManus among the 52 Academic All-Stars, while Scott was named a finalist for a postgraduate scholarship.
Junior Shawn Abuhoff was chosen to the All-America First Team as a punt returner, the first Big Green first-teamer in eight years and 25th all-time.
Junior tailback Nick Schwieger was announced as the Ivy League Co-Player of the Year at a press conference at the famed Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York on Monday morning.
Junior Shawn Abuhoff was the only repeat selection to the team, while senior Charles Bay, and juniors Ryan O'Neill and Nick Schwieger joined him
Tailback Nick Schwieger is one of four players named as the finalists for the 2010 Asa S. Bushnell Cup, which honors the Ivy League Football Player of Year.
Three juniors and a pair of seniors were included on the All-Ivy First Team, including Shawn Abuhoff who was voted on the team at two positions.
Nick Schwieger was named the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week for the third time this year, while Bronson Green took home the conference Rookie of the Week.
Juniors Nick Schwieger and Shawn Abuhoff both received a pair of awards from the coaches at the season-ending banquet on Sunday.
Nick Schwieger ran for 105 yards and three touchdowns and the Dartmouth defense kept Princeton off the scoreboard as the Big Green completed their first winning season in 13 years.
Dartmouth can finish the season on a high note if it can beat the Tigers for the first time since 2003.
For the second time in three weeks, junior Shawn Abuhoff is the league's top special teamer thanks to his nationl-leading third punt return for a touchdown this year.
Nick Schwieger threw a 62-yard touchdown pass and Shawn Abuhoff brought a punt back 76 yards, but Brown scored 18 unanswered points to defeat the Green 35-28 on Senior Day.
Dartmouth can clinch a winning campaign for the first time in 13 years with both VERSUS and SIRIUS bringing the action live across the country and local fans able to purchase half-price tickets.
Freshman John Higgins ran for 103 yards and tight end Dean Bakes had 143 receiving yards, but Dartmouth could not overcome a very early 19-0 deficit against Bridgton Academy.
The Dartmouth defense came up with 10 sacks and held the Big Red to 24 rushing yards, while Nick Schwieger ran for 164 yards and two touchdowns, both in the second half.