Jack Heneghan threw four touchdown passes and the defense picked off two passes in the 4th quarter — one at the one-yard line — to lift Dartmouth to a 29-26 victory at Sacred Heart.
Dartmouth is looking to extend its win streak against non-conference opponents to 10, which would be its longest since the Ivy League formed in 1956.
The New England Football Writers' Association office unveiled its weekly Gold Helmet Award winners at a luncheon today, and senior Jack Heneghan took home the honor for Division I regional teams.
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 quarterback Jack Heneghan was selected as the Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week for his performance in the Big Green's historic, 28-27, victory over Yale at Memorial Field.
Jack Heneghan connected with Drew Hunnicutt on a 15-yard touchdown pass on 4th down with 34 seconds to play, capping a 21-point rally to beat the Bulldogs on Homecoming, 28-27.
Dartmouth will host Yale in a matchup of undefeated teams as part of the homecoming festitivies that will be streamed live on both the Ivy League Network and ESPN3.
Dartmouth linebacker Jack Traynor was named the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in the Big Green's 16-13 victory at Penn.
On 4th-and-goal at the two-inch line, Dartmouth decided to go for the win and was rewarded for the call as Jared Gerbino powered his way into the end zone.
Dartmouth quarterback Jack Heneghan has been named as one of the 181 semifinalists for the 2017 William V. Campbell Trophy, which recognizes the top football scholar-athlete in the nation.
Dartmouth and Penn both enter their Ivy League opener with unblemished 2-0 records and have split the last four meetings.
Dartmouth defensive lineman Jeremiah Douchee was named the Special Teams Player of the Week not just for the Ivy League this week, but also for the entire Football Championship Subdivision