On Monday, the NLRB ruled that Dartmouth men’s basketball players are university employees and can host a union election. The team anticipates Dartmouth appealing the regional director’s decision but remains confident in the national board.
Dartmouth, which argues that players are not employees, will likely appeal the regional director’s decision.
Coaching changes, athlete turnover and injuries abound: Former men’s cross country and track runners expose challenges of past two yearsBy Lanie Everett , Will Dehmel and Annabelle Zhang | February 1, 2024
From 2022-23, the men’s cross country roster shrunk from 24 to 15 runners. The Dartmouth interviewed former team members and a parent of a former team member to find out why.
‘He’s up there, and he’s damn proud’: Two months after death of head coach, football wins Ivy League titleBy Will Dehmel | November 22, 2023
Former head coach Buddy Teevens ’79 and teammate Josh Balara ’24 died earlier this year. On Saturday, their team became champions.
On Senior Day, Nick Howard’s 34th rushing touchdown broke a 96-year-old Big Green record as the Big Green won 30-14.
The first-year’s fourth 47-yard field goal tied the Big Green single season record. More importantly, it won the game.
‘Strange. Surreal. Sad.’: In a rivalry game no longer fought over by lifelong best friends, Harvard tops Dartmouth 17-9By Will Dehmel | October 30, 2023
For the first time in 18 years, Crimson head coach Tim Murphy faced a Big Green team not led by Buddy Teevens.
Despite topping the Bulldogs in nearly every important stat, the Big Green fell 31-24 on Saturday thanks to a handful of momentous Yale plays.
The missing piece of last season, Big Green underclassman, served a vital role in defeating Penn 23-20 this weekend in overtime of the Ivy League season opener