Played in four of the 10 varsity games — Central Connecticut, Holy Cross, Cornell and Brown ... wrapped up an onside kick attempt by the Crusaders with 2:15 to play to help preserve Dartmouth’s 24-21 lead.
Saw action at home against both Bucknell and Columbia ... one of the top receivers on the junior varsity squad ... caught a 15-yard pass in the 20-7 win over Middlebury ... was superb against Norwich with 10 receptions for 133 yards and three touchdowns ... also led the jayvees in the final game with four catches for 35 yards in a 34-13 victory against Bridgton Academy.
Honed his skills with the junior varsity as a rookie ... snared three passes for 77 yards in the 21-10 JV win over Williams ... had five more receptions against Bridgton Academy for 90 yards.
Twice named all-state wide receiver ... also kicked and punted for Marauders and was backup quarterback ... chosen for inaugural Children's Hospital at Dartmouth East-West all-star game where he boomed a 67-yard punt and returned an interception 15 yards ... Named to New Hampshire team in the Shrine Maple Sugar Bowl Game with Vermont ... National Football Foundation High School Scholar-Athlete ... first-team all-state forward in basketball who played in the New Hampshire all-star game after senior season ... chosen for junior showcase as baseball player (pitcher/outfielder) ... captained all three sports ... named Hanover's outstanding athlete.
Government major ... full name is Daniel Edward Gorman ... born on June 25, 1994 ... son of Sean and Alison Gorman has one brother and one sister ... mother was a two-sport athlete at Amherst where his sister, Hannah, rows crew ... father is a Dartmouth alum from the Class of 1976 ... learned several years ago he is a distant cousin of former Dartmouth teammate Cody Patch.