After a pair of first half goals, the Dartmouth women's soccer team tacked on one more tally in the second to defeat Iona, 3-0, at Burnham Field on Sunday afternoon.
The Dartmouth women's soccer team continues its opening weekend when the Big Green host Iona at Burnham Field at 1 p.m.
After two scoreless halves and one scoreless overtime period, Dartmouth freshman Alyssa Neuberger broke the stalemate with her first career goal to propel the Big Green past Marist 1-0, on Friday afternoon.
Ivy League field hockey is some of the most competitive, skilled and hard fought in all of the NCAA. The 2016 season should be no different for Dartmouth and its seven conference foes.
Ian Kelsey wrapped up a solid sophomore year, finishing second at the Ivy League Championship, one stroke behind the tournaments first place finisher. The Deerfield, Illinois native was one of the top performers for the Big Green this season, averaging a 73 with a low round of 67 at the Fighting Irish Gridiron Classic, which earned him a tie for second in the tournament.
Dartmouth softball head coach Shannon Doepking has announced the addition of eight players to the roster for the 2017 season.
Former Dartmouth women's basketball forward, Lakin Roland will compete in the USA Basketball 2016 3x3 Open National Tournament in Colorado Springs, Colorado on August 26-28.
The Dartmouth women's soccer team kicks off the 2016 season by hosting Marist on Friday at 1 p.m. on Burnham Field.
the Ivy League is announcing numerous improvements to The Ivy League Digital Network (ILDN) for the 2016-17 academic year, highlighted by availability on Apple TV and Roku.
Throughout the summer, DartmouthSports.com will be focusing on members of the Class of 2018 who are currently in their "Sophomore Summers." This week: Claire Bick of the equestrian team.
Dartmouth takes to the gridiron for the first practice of the 2016 season with the goal of defending its Ivy League title.
"The important thing in life is not the triumph but the struggle, the essential thing is not to have conquered but to have fought well." - Pierre de Coubertin, father of the modern Olympic Games.