With the 2022 Winter Olympics underway, Justin Kramer looks at the history of Dartmouth student-athletes and alumni competing at the event.
Justin Kramer explores the geographic breakdown of Big Green rosters in this installment of “Hall of Krame.”
Justin Kramer analyzes the Big Green’s difficult stretch of close losses so far this season.
Since the hiring of head coach David McLaughlin before the 2016-17 season and the arrival of guard Brendan Barry ’20, the men’s basketball team has seen a drastic increase in the number of 3-point attempts.
The puck dropped on the men’s hockey season last Friday, and without NHL prospects on its roster, Dartmouth already faces a huge disadvantage compared to much of its conference.
With Dartmouth playing Harvard University on Saturday for the first time since the “Harvard Heave,” Justin Kramer analyzes the Big Green’s historical performance against the Crimson.
Homecoming takes on many different meanings across the Dartmouth community. For members of the Classes of 2024 and 2025, it’s about being welcomed into the community as they run — no, sorry, walk — around the bonfire. For upperclassmen and alumni, it’s about reconnecting with old friends and sharing the Dartmouth spirit. But for many Big Green student-athletes, “homecoming” has a different meaning altogether: coming home gives them a much higher chance at earning a victory.
Manning made a lighthearted joke about Dartmouth football, but a deeper look at Big Green quarterback Derek Kyler ’21’s numbers over the past few seasons suggests that Manning should not be so quick to write him off.
The Big Green hosted three Division I schools — University of Massachusetts Lowell, University of New Hampshire and University of Vermont — as well as Division III Plymouth State University.