Brett Drucker


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With 41-10 victory, football grabs second in Ivy League

With a shot at its first Ivy League title since 1996 still alive, the football team finished its season with an emphatic 41-10 win over Princeton University in New Jersey — and possession of second place in the Ivy League.




Football rebounds with 42-7 victory over Cornell

While the opening didn’t follow the script, 42 unanswered points gave the Dartmouth football team a comfortable 42-7 victory at Cornell University on Saturday, keeping the team’s hopes of an Ivy League title alive.


Football looks to bounce back from disappointing Ivy loss

Coming off a 23-12 loss to undefeated Harvard University, the Dartmouth football team heads off on its own journey to upstate New York this weekend, looking to get back into the win column against Cornell University. And inside the Big Green locker room, the mantra seems to be the same: We’re on to Ithaca.


The football team struggled offensively in a 23-12 loss to Harvard.

Football falls 23-12 to Harvard at home

It was billed as Dartmouth’s biggest game since the two met as undefeated teams in 1997. The game unfolded differently from the 24-0 contest 17 years prior, but ended in the same result: a Crimson victory. Dartmouth (5-2, 3-1 Ivy) fell short of achieving its first undefeated Ivy League season since 1996, and Harvard (7-0, 4-0 Ivy) managed to parry another challenge from the developing Big Green squad, 23-12.


Big Green to take on Harvard Saturday in battle of Ivy titans

On Nov. 1, 1997, Dartmouth’s starting quarterback Dalyn Williams ’16 was 3 years old. Days earlier, the five-year-old Florida Marlins defeated the Cleveland Indians 3-2 in an 11-inning classic to win the World Series in seven games. That Saturday in Hanover was also the last meeting between Harvard and Dartmouth as undefeated football teams, and was the last time the Big Green opened a season 3-0 in the Ivy League. The game ended in a 24-0 Crimson victory and ended Dartmouth’s bid for back-to-back league titles.


Football moves to 3-0 in Ivy with 27-7 win

After emerging victorious from its own homecoming game last weekend, the Dartmouth football team took home another homecoming win on Saturday, spoiling the weekend for Columbia University. The Big Green (5-1, 3-0 Ivy) surrendered only one touchdown to the Lions (0-6, 0-3 Ivy) and finished with a 27-7 win that was rarely in doubt. Despite being 3-0 in Ivy League play for the first time since 1997, the game marked the first time all season that the Big Green outgained an opponent in total offensive yards -— topping the Lions 432-326 — and the team’s first four-game win streak since 2003.


Dalyn Williams ’16 and Kyle Bramble ’16 will likely exploit a porous Lions defense.

Football hits the road to face Columbia

At the halfway point of the 2014 campaign, the Dartmouth football team sits in a position it has not experienced in over a decade. Entering this weekend’s matchup at Columbia University, the Big Green boasts a 4-1 record and a perfect 2-0 record in Ivy League play, , potentially on track to win its first Ivy League crown since 1996.


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Football earns Homecoming win

With the sun peeking out from behind the clouds over Memorial Field nearly three hours into the game, Dartmouth held Holy Cross to a sack and three incomplete passes to seal a 24-21 victory in the Big Green’s Homecoming game.


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