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
Ethan Maenza ran five times for 70 yards with two touchdowns, Dakari Falconer carried six times for 46 yards and a TD, and Derek Kyler completed four-of-six passes for 91 yards and a touchdown.
The Dartmouth football team opened its 2017 home schedule with a memorable 27-26 overtime win Saturday night against No. 25 Holy Cross at Memorial Field.
Dartmouth brings an eight-game winning streak against non-conference opponents to the table, but Holy Cross is the last team to defeat the Big Green in their home opener.
Dartmouth ran for 324 yards and five different players scored their first career touchdown as the Big Green rolled in the second half at Stetson, 38-7.
Not even Hurricane Irma could keep the Hatters from hosting Dartmouth for the Big Green's season opener on Saturday, Sept. 16.
The Big Green football team took to the girdiron on Saturday morning to engage in an intrasquad scrimmage.
Dartmouth begins its preparation for the 2017 season with an afternoon practice at Memorial Field on Aug. 23.
Football, men's and women's soccer, and volleyball will each have one game simulcast on ESPN3 and the Ivy League Network this fall.
The Upper Valley community is invited to join the Big Green football team, coaching staff and their families for a night of food, football and fun to gear up for the 2017 season.
The Ivy League released its 2017 Football Preseason Media Poll today with Dartmouth predicted to finish fifth with Harvard and Princeton tied atop the poll.
Buddy Teevens, the Robert L. Blackman Head Football Coach, will be at Fenway Park on Monday night (July 31) to throw out a ceremonial first pitch before the Boston Red Sox host the New York Yankees.