The Friends of Football will host the 16th Annual Dartmouth Football Golf Classic at Hanover Country Club on June 15.
The Dartmouth College Department of Athletics honored eight student-athletes Monday evening at the annual Celebration of Athletic Excellence held inside Leede Arena.
Robert L. Blackman Head Football Coach Buddy Teevens released his list of 35 recruits enrolling at Dartmouth to play football this fall.
Quarterback Dalyn Williams and Alex Park enjoyed fine passing performances during the Green-White spring game, after which captains for 2013 were announced.
Mick Davis, Justin Foley, Patrick Lahey and Garrett Wymore were all chosen for the NFF Hampshire Honor Society for their work on the field and in the classroom.
Dartmouth opens up spring practice this afternoon starting at 4:45 p.m.
The football team celebrated the 2012 season at the team banquet on Sunday, handing out 17 awards including the Coach Bob Blackman Trophy to Garrett Waggoner as the team MVP.
Dartmouth will kick off its football home opener against Holy Cross on Sept. 28 at 7 p.m., the third-ever night game at Memorial Field.
Dartmouth College and the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Board of Governors have announced that the 60th Annual Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl will be played on Aug. 3 at 5:30 p.m.
Linebackers Michael Runger and Garrett Wymore were selected for the FCS Athletics Directors Association Academic All-Star Team.
Three of the 10 Dartmouth selections were selected for the second time in their collegiate career.
Junior linebacker Michael Runger and senior center Rob Bathe were chosen for the All-New England Team.
Dartmouth freshman Dalyn Williams was named the Ivy League Rookie of the Year by the league's coaches while nine Big Green players earned All-Ivy honors.
Dalyn Williams and Michael Runger were chosen as the Ivy League Rookie and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively.
Dartmouth scored three touchdowns in the first six minutes of the third quarter in overcoming a 14-7 halftime deficit to finish the season undefeated on the road.
Dartmouth can finish the 2012 season with a winning record overall and in Ivy play with a victory at Princeton, where the Big Green are 21-11 since the formation of the league.
Freshman Kyle Bramble ran for 87 yards and a touchdown while classmate Thomas Militello threw for 181 yards in a 21-6 loss to Bridgton Academy on Sunday.
Dartmouth took a 10-point lead into the fourth quarter, but Brown rallied for two touchdowns, the last with 1:14 left, to eliminate the Big Green from a possible share of the league title.
Juniors Mike Banaciski and Michael Runger, as well as senior Garrett Wymore, were all named to the Capital One Academic All-District I football team today.
The senior class is looking to win its final home game and remain in the hunt for a share of the Ivy League title against a Brown team looking to avenge last year's defeat.
Dalyn Williams is the second Big Green player to earn the rookie weekly award this season.
Freshman Dalyn Williams threw for 160 yards and two TDs, plus ran for 96 yards and another score to lead Dartmouth to a 44-28 victory at Cornell.
The Big Green have the fifth-longest road winning streak among FCS schools and are looking to beat Cornell for a fourth straight time.
Nobody in the stands cheers for offensive linemen. OK, that's not true. Make that nobody except former offensive linemen, family members and girlfriends. It's just not a sexy position.