Ali Hart, a first-team NCAA All-American at Williams College, begins her second season at Dartmouth in the 2013-14 season.
The Big Green’s hitters and outfielders had an outstanding season with Hart’s help in 2013. The Big Green set single-season records in batting average (.292), triples (16), home runs (33) and RBI (198). With Hart’s help Hillary Hubert set the single-season hits record with 59 and also saw Katie McEachern set the single-season RBI record by driving in 38 runs.
Hart joined the Dartmouth team after a four-year career at Williams College. A four-year letterwinner for the Ephs, Hart was a NESCAC and ECAC Player of the Year while earning first-team NFCAA All-New England Honors as well as first-team All-NESCAC and All-NEISCA accolades. The Williams MVP also set six offensive records throughout her career and earned the Eph Spirit Award.
A 2008 graduate of the Westminster School in Atlanta, Ga., Hart was a four-year letterwinner and a two-time team captain. An all-state selection her sophomore season, Hart was also an active participant in ASA softball for several organizations.