As of March 2013
Former Dartmouth women's basketball standout Erin Rewalt '99, Tu '04 completed her third year on the Big Green sidelines in 2012-13. She joined the program in July 2010.
Under Rewalt’s tutelage in 2012-13 the nation’s second youngest team opened the competitive Ivy League slate with a 4-1 record behind the strength of four consecutive wins. Additionally, Rewalt coached Abbey Schmitt and Lakin Roland to a combined five Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors while Nicola Zimmer earned All-Ivy League honorable mention accolades.
In 2012-13, the Big Green faced a tough non-conference slate and picked up wins over Bryant and UMass before defeating Harvard, Yale, Brown and Columbia in league action.
Rewalt has been crucial in the development of the Big Green players. Under her tutelage freshmen Milica Toskovic and Tia Dawson each earned Rookie of the Week honors during the 2011-12 season. She also had a hand in helping Faziah Steen earn All-Ivy second team honors.
In her second season back at her alma mater, Rewalt and the Big Green picked up non-conference wins over Vermont and Colgate while sweeping Columbia and adding wins over Brown and Cornell in Ivy League action.
In her first season, Dartmouth struggled with injuries to key players, but enjoyed non-conference wins over Northeastern and Vermont, which had previously advanced to the second round of the 2010 NCAA Tournament.
Rewalt came to Hanover after serving as an assistant coach at William & Mary in 2009-10, helping develop five All-CAA players for the Tribe. She assisted in all areas of the program including player development, scouting, recruiting and marketing.
A standout player in her own right, Rewalt was named All-Ivy in each of her four seasons in Hanover, including second team honors as both a junior and senior. As a senior captain, Rewalt led Dartmouth to the 1998-99 Ivy Championship and an NCAA Tournament bid. She led the Big Green in rebounding in her last three seasons and ranks eighth all-time in career rebounds with 708 and 21st in scoring with 897 points.
Prior to her return to college basketball in 2009, Rewalt had a successful business career, working for General Electric in both its corporate and real estate divisions from 2004-09.
Rewalt graduated from Dartmouth with a degree in government in 1999 and earned her master's of business administration from the Tuck School in 2004.