The snow is still on the ground in Northern New England so the Big Green have hit the road for a few days of spring action.
The Big Green ski team finished fourth at the NCAA championship. They were helped along the way with All-American performances by senior Thomas Woolson and sophomore Alexa Dlouhy.
With the winter season in championship mode, the spring season is heating up along with the northern New England weather.
Freshman Cha'Mia Rothwell earned high honors in her first collegiate championship. Sophomore Matt Feinstein had nine hits in the first weekend of the 2017 baseball season.
At a glance their names are very similar, both beginning with O, on the score sheet this past weekend their stats are very similar. Both senior athletes scored hat-tricks to lead their teams.
This week's athletes had what it takes to clinch victories for their teams.
Big Green athletes are continuing to have success heating up the New England winter.
More than 175 girls from the Upper Valley descended upon Leverone Field House this past Sunday to attend Dartmouth's annual clinic in conjunction with National Girls and Women in Sports Day.
From just down the interstate to all the way across the world, Dartmouth athletes are making their marks on the College on the Hill
Indoors and outdoors, Big Green athletes are making names for themselves in their respective sports.
The theme this week was breaking the tie. The Big Green pulled out tiebreakers when needed for big wins in men's squash and women's hockey.
Ten Dartmouth student-athletes were honored with Academic All-Ivy recognition for the 2016 fall season.