Peak Performance - Archives 2016-17
Dartmouth Peak Performance's sophomore summer leadership course, DRIVE, kicks off its fifth iteration in June.
The Tuck Bridge program is not for the faint of heart - late nights, early mornings, daily presentations, and little downtime. Four student-athletes highlight their experience!
Brandon Cooper, a senior captain on the football team, chose Dartmouth as his home away from home not only for the things he could bring Dartmouth, but for what Dartmouth would give to him.
First-year women's lacrosse head coach Danielle Spencer has both the playing and coaching experience to make championships at Dartmouth a reality and bring the Big Green back atop of the Ancient 8.
Junior Morgan Philie is not only an essential component of Dartmouth's field hockey defense, but a dedicated cadet in Dartmouth's Army Reserve Officer Training Corps.
An accomplished Dartmouth skier, Brayton Osgood is more than ready to take charge of the men's nordic program after taking over for Ruff Patterson, who has been head of the program for 27 years.
Head coach Jamie Holder is a familiar face to the Ivy League and has spent much time swimming and coaching against Dartmouth College. Jamie is primed and ready to take the Big Green to new heights.
Coach Doron, women's volleyball's new head coach, has much experience in turning around programs. With great success at Temple, Villanova, and most recently, USF, Dartmouth has found a key.
Dartmouth Athletics held its annual First Year Student-Athlete Dinner in the Hanover Inn Ballroom on Monday night and welcomed over 250 members of the Class of 2020.
While Head Coach Laura Schuler is new to Dartmouth College, she is no stranger to building hockey powerhouses.
Read about men's basketball's head coach David McLaughlin's journey to Dartmouth and the passion he's bringing to the program.