Buddy Teevens announced the list of incoming recruits and walk-ons that will make up the football class of 2018.
Dartmouth once again led all Division I programs with 26 teams earning NCAA APR Public Recognition Awards. This is the third straight year that Dartmouth has led the way.
At halftime of the Green & White game, head coach Buddy Teevens announced the captains for the 2014 season - Stephen Dazzo and Sean Ronan.
Robbie Anthony, Dean Bakes, Mike Banaciski, Cole Marcoux, Michael Runger and Chase Womack were all chosen for the NFF Hampshire Honor Society.
Dartmouth kicks off its 12-practice spring schedule on Memorial Field this afternoon.
Big Green great Reggie Williams '76 was on hand to present the inaugural award that bears his name, while Dominick Pierre was named the team MVP.
Dartmouth's Board of Trustees approved the replacement of the 91-year-old West Stands of Memorial Field with an improved and accessible seating structure.
When Dartmouth alumni from the 1970s watch Wilson play, they see the spitting image of his late father, Harrison B. Wilson III '77, a standout football and baseball player for the Big Green.
Both Runger and Marcoux parlayed their athletic and academic prowess into this honor, while Runger also was named a finalist for one of two $5,000 postgraduate scholarships.
Dartmouth had 10 student-athletes earn Academic All-Ivy honors for the fall athletic seasons as announced by the league office Wednesday.
Senior linebacker Michael Runger was selected to the Capital One Academic All-America Division I Football Team, the 18th time a Big Green player has earned the honor.
Cohle Fowler, Dominick Pierre and Michael Runger were chosen to represent Dartmouth on the FCS All-New England Football Team.
From the National stage to right here in Hanover, Big Green athletes give their all as the fall season winds down.
Led by five first-teamers in Cohle Fowler, Dominick Pierre, Michael Runger, Garrett Waggoner and Scotty Whitmore, Dartmouth football received the second-most All-Ivy honors.
Linebacker Michael Runger had a season-high 15 tackles in the 28-24 victory over #19 Princeton, garnering him the Ivy League Defensive Player of the Week award.
The Dartmouth football team knocked off previously unbeaten and 19th-ranked Princeton, 28-24, Saturday afternoon at snowy Memorial Field.
Dartmouth is shooting to finish the season on a three-game win streak, but will have to slow the high-powered offense of Princeton, which is undefeated in league play.
Michael Runger was chosen as the Ivy League's co-Defensive Player of the Week, while Alex Gakenheimer got the nod as the Special Teams Player and Rookie of the Week.
Dominick Pierre scored the go-ahead touchdown late in the third quarter and Dartmouth hung on to beat Brown on the road Saturday afternoon, 24-20.
Dartmouth can still earn a share of the Ivy League title, but it will have to beat Brown in Providence and get a little help from Yale to stay in the hunt.
Once again the Big Green Athletes of the Week come from "Football", the American version and the European. Chrissy Lozier from the soccer pitch and Kyle Bramble from the gridiron.
Dalyn Williams threw for 156 yards and ran for 96 more as the defense stymied the high-powered Big Red passing offense to win easily on Saturday at Memorial Field.
Dartmouth seniors Mike Banaciski, Cole Marcoux and Michael Runger were each named to the Capital One Academic All-District I Football Team.
Coming off their third three-point loss of the season, the Big Green play host to the Cornell Big Red in a game televised nationally by NBC Sports Network.