The Dartmouth College Department of Athletics and Recreation hosted its annual Celebration of Athletic Excellence on Tuesday evening on Memorial Field.
While Cole O'Connor and Dustin Shirley were announced as the team captains for next season, Michael Ketchmark was named team MVP and Beau Sulser the Pitcher of the Year.
Beau Sulser was chosen as the Ivy League Pitcher of the Year by the league's coaches, while three other Big Green players were named to the second team and two more earned honorable mention.
Ball control is the name of the game this week in Dartmouth Athletics.
Thanks to his two-hit shutout of Harvard, Beau Sulser was selected as the Ivy League Pitcher of the Week by the league office for the third time this season.
Beau Sulser twirled a two-hit shutout in the first game on Sunday, and Trevor Johnson gave the Green a lead in the ninth of game two with a two-run blast only to have Harvard answer with two as well.
Kyle Holbrook and Michael Calamari homered in a 2-1 victory in the opener, but Harvard stole game two, 7-6, thanks to a six-run eighth.
Dartmouth celebrates the accomplishments of the eight graduating seniors while trying to keep its slim hopes alive for the Rolfe Division title.
Dartmouth scored twice in the eighth and three times in the ninth to tie host Siena at nine, and neither team could score again before darkness set in after 10 innings.
Beau Sulser gave up two runs in the first but no more as Dartmouth won the first game, 7-2, but fell in the nightcap, 6-1, with Michael Ketchmark providing the lone run with a solo shot.
The host Bulldogs defeated the Big Green by scores of 8-0 and 11-3 on Sunday afternoon, boosting their lead in the Rolfe Division to four games with six to play.
Due to rain in the New Haven area, the doubleheader scheduled between Dartmouth and Yale has been postponed until Monday.