Athletics - Archives 2017
Fall seasons are wrapping up as the Big Green moves indoors out of the cold. Women's Cross Country has advanced to the NCAA and Football has an outside chance at a share of the Ivy title.
The NCAA released its annual student-athlete graduation success report this afternoon, and Dartmouth College was tied for first in the nation with a 99 percent Graduation Success Rate.
While one player was making shots, the other was stopping them. Both leading their respective teams to victories over league opponents.
Juniors are leading their respective teams as Olivia Lantz led the way for women's cross country and Eduvie Ikoba leads the men's soccer team with 15 points.
Whether on the rugby field or the football field, the men and women of Dartmouth are giving it their all for the Big Green.
Dartmouth College and the Department of Athletics and Recreation inducted 18 new members into the Wearers of the Green in a ceremony after the homecoming football game on Saturday evening.
Overtime and shootouts go hand-in-hand. This week we had one of each in soccer and field hockey.
The terminology may be different but the results are the same and lead to wins for the Big Green.
New England was well represented on the field this past weekend by our Athletes of the Week.
The 2017-18 Dartmouth fall season is off to a fast start with both soccer teams competing before the academic year begins.