The Dartmouth College Department of Athletics and Recreation hosted its annual Celebration of Athletic Excellence Monday evening on Memorial Field.
Ten Dartmouth student-athletes were recognized for their contributions to their sport and maintaining at least a 3.0 GPA through the winter season.
The Dartmouth ski team produced four of the six winners for the United States Collegiate Ski Coaches Association national awards.
Senior Brian McLaughlin, fresh off his NCAA giant slalom title, traveled to British Columbia for the NorAm GS and came away with two more victories to qualify for all World Cup races next year.
Dartmouth Athletics cordially invites all alumnae of our women's varsity teams and their guests to cruise the New York Harbor
Katharine Ogden won her second NCAA title at this year's championships, besting the field by 37 seconds in the 15K freestyle on Saturday to help the Big Green post their highest finish in seven years.
Tanguy Nef scored the third Big Green individual title of the 2018 NCAA, winning the men's slalom, while Alexa Dlouhy earned All-America second-team honors for the women by placing 10th.
Katharine Ogden defeated all comers in the women's 5K Classical, becoming the first Big Green woman to win an NCAA cross-country skiing title.
Brian McLaughlin became the first Big Green skier to win the giant slalom at the NCAA Championships in 19 years, while Tanguy Nef finished second boosting Dartmouth into fifth place after day one.
The Dartmouth ski team begins its quest for a fourth NCAA title beginning with the giant slalom on Wednesday.
Junior Taryn Hunt-Smith was rewarded for a consistent season in which she finished in the top seven in all but one race.
Whether it is skiing down an icy mountain or leaping over obstacles indoors on the track, Big Green athletes are getting it done when it counts.