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.
The future looks bright for the Big Green. Freshmen Cha'mia Rothwell and Cam Strong led their respective teams to victory over the weekend.
The action on the hardcourt is heating up as the Big Green wraps up the non-conference portion of 2016-17
First event in a career at Dartmouth and competing in the penultimate season of a career, this week's athletes are representing the Big Green from both ends of the spectrum.
Men's Soccer is going to the post-season while women's hockey gets first win of the season with the help of this week's Athletes of the Week.
The NCAA released its annual student-athlete graduation success report and Dartmouth College was tied for third in the nation with a 98 percent Graduation Success Rate.
One season is just beginning, while the other has almost reached the pinnacle but both are represented by stellar athletes.
High Point Rider and game winning goal scorer - This is the magic combination to lead the Big Green this past weekend.
Dartmouth College and the Department of Athletics and Recreation inducted 17 new members into the Wearers of the Green in a ceremony after the homecoming football game on Saturday evening.
After a brief hiatus Hanover Brick and Brew is back on board sponsoring this week's DartmouthSports.com Athletes of the Week.
Hitting the ball hard on offense and defense was the order of weekend for this week's Athletes of the Week.