The Dartmouth College Department of Athletics and Recreation hosted its annual Celebration of Athletic Excellence on Monday evening inside Leede Arena, honoring the achievements of teams and individuals for the 2015-16 academic year.
At the conclusion of the spring game on Saturday, Buddy Teevens announced his captains for the 2016 season: Brandon Cooper, Folarin Orimolade and Dave Morrison.
During the few days since the end of the 2016 NFL Draft, a number of football players have connected with NFL organizations, signing free-agent contracts and earning invitations to rookie mini-camps.
Buddy Teevens announced the list of incoming recruits that will make up the football class of 2020.
Dartmouth had three of its football players selected for inclusion in the 2016 NFF Hampshire Honor Society.
Coach Teevens will once again travel to meet with loyal supporters of Dartmouth Football, discussing spring practice, the recruiting class and a "what-to-look-for" preview of the upcoming season.
The 19th Annual Dartmouth Football Golf Classic will take place on June 18 at the Hanover Country Club.
Dartmouth began off its 12-practice spring schedule for 2016 on Memorial Field on Tuesday.
The Dartmouth football squad gathered on April 3 to celebrate the 2015 Ivy League champion at its annual banquet while handing out the team awards.
Robert L. Blackman Head Football Coach Buddy Teevens will appear on the Dan Patrick Show and ESPN's Outside the Lines on March 2, 2016.
Dartmouth joined Harvard and Penn as the first Ivy League schools to earn this honor since 1986.
For the first time in 19 years, the Big Green football squad finds itself among the top 25 in the final poll.
Jacob Flores was among the select players chosen from the 96 nominees for the 18th annual FCS ADA Academic All-Star Team.
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Buddy Teevens was recognized by the American Football Coaches Association and the New England Football Writers' Association.
Jacob Flores, Vernon Harris, Will McNamara and A.J. Zuttah were all named to the NEFWA All-New England Football Team.
The Ivy League unveiled its offensive and defensive finalists for the Bushnell Cup this afternoon, and Dartmouth linebacker Will McNamara was one of the two chosen on defense.
The 20th-ranked Dartmouth football team had no less than 17 players earn a total of 18 All-Ivy League honors, eight of which were on the first team.
Cody Fulleton, who had eight tackles, a forced and recovered fumble, and a key sack late in the fourth quarter, is the first Big Green lineman to earn the honor in 24 years.
Dartmouth scored the game-winning touchdown with 24 seconds to play to earn a share of the Ivy League title for the first time in 19 years.
Buddy Teevens and Dalyn Williams were named the New England Coach of the Year and the Bulger Lowe Award winner, respectively, by the Greater Gridiron Club of Boston.
A victory over Princeton in the season finale televised by American Sports Network would give Dartmouth at least a share of its 18th Ivy League crown.