Matt Krivan




Barry Harwick ’77 retires as track and field and cross country director

After 28 years coaching the Big Green, Barry Harwick ’77, director of the track and field and cross country programs, announced his retirement from the program effective September 30. During his tenure, Harwick led the men’s cross country team to six Ivy League Heptagonal Championships titles and 10 NCAA Championship appearances.



Senior Spring: Annie McKenna provides offensive spark for women’s basketball team

After two years of battling injuries and playing primarily off the bench, point guard Annie McKenna ’20 was ready to make the most of her final two years with the women’s basketball team. She did just that, leading the Big Green this season with 11.5 points and 4.3 assists per game and playing more minutes than any other player in the Ivy League.

Men's tennis jumped out to a 9-3 start and a No. 25 ranking before the COVID-19 outbreak cut the team's season short.


Tennis teams’ strong starts halted by season cancellation

On March 11, the Ivy League canceled all spring sports in response to the rapidly escalating COVID-19 pandemic. For the Dartmouth men’s and women’s tennis teams, this announcement came during the season’s crescendo, as conference play and the postseason were just about to begin.

The Big Green volleyball team dropped home matches against Yale and Brown this weekend.


The Weekend Roundup: Week 8

Football wins on the "Harvard Heave," men's soccer moves to second place in the Ivy League, women's hockey wins its first game of the season and more in this week's Roundup.

Women’s hockey lost 7-4 to Harvard on Saturday but saw three goals from freshmen, including forward Catherine Trevors.


Women’s hockey opens season with 7-4 home loss to Harvard

The women’s hockey team fell in its season opener to Eastern College Athletic Conference and Ivy League rival Harvard University on Friday. The Big Green relinquished three goals in the first eight minutes of play and were never able to even the score in an eventual 7-4 defeat.