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2010 Ivy Football Media Day Central
The Ivy League officially kicked off the 2010 football season on Tuesday, August 10, highlighted by its media day teleconference featuring all eight head coaches and the unveiling of the mediaís preseason picks for the Ivy title.

2010 Ivy Football Media Day Teleconference
The Ivy League kicks off the 2010 season with its annual football media day teleconference, featuring all eight Ivy head coaches.

Harvard Selected 2010 Ivy Football Preseason Favorite
Harvard was selected the favorite in the annual Ivy League Football Preseason Media Poll to win the 2010 Ivy title for the fourth time in five years. The Crimson's quest for another Ivy title will be led by preseason All-America pick Collin Zych [pic.].

Sheehy to Lead Dartmouth Athletics
Harry Sheehy, a highly regarded administrator and former coach who has led Williams College to 17 Division III national team championships during his 10-year tenure, has been named Dartmouth's Director of Athletics and Recreation, effective September 7, 2010.

Four Players with Ivy Ties Named to WLAX National Team
The Ivy League will once again be represented on the U.S. National Team in womenís lacrosse as current Brown star Paris Waterman, former Dartmouth standouts Colleen Olsen and Devon Wills and Yale assistant coach Jillian Byers have been named to the 36-member team.

53 Ivy Trackers Named USTFCCCA All-Academic
The Ivy League boasted 53 student-athletes named to the 2010 Division I Menís and Womenís All-Academic Track & Field teams announced by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Preseason Honors Pour in for Ivy Football
The 2010 preseason accolades for Ivy League football have been pouring over the past few weeks as five Ivy players have received All-America honors so far.

Two Ivies Named Arthur Ashe Scholar Award Finalists
Dartmouth's Margaret Smith and Princeton's Aundeah Kearney were named top 10 finalists for the 2010 Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Award.

Ford-Centonze Takes Over Dartmouth Womenís XC
Dartmouth head womenís track and field coach Sandy Ford-Centonze returns as the head coach for its womenís cross country program this fall, in addition to her duties that she has had for the last 18 years.

Dartmouth's Hudek Named USA Hockey Assistant Coach
Dartmouth women's hockey head coach Mark Hudek was named an assistant coach for the 2010 USA Hockey Women's National Festival, which will take place in August 13-21 Lake Placid, N.Y.

Ivies Dominate ECAC Hockey All-Academic Teams
One hundred sixty-eight Ivy League menís and womenís ice hockey student-athletes were named to the 2009-10 ECAC Hockey All-Academic teams.

Drake Named Dartmouth Men's Tennis Head Coach
Dartmouth Collegeís Acting Director of Athletics and Recreation Bob Ceplikas announced today the hiring of Chris Drake as the head coach of the Big Greenís menís tennis program.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in spring sports today. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

VERSUS to Broadcast Ivy Football Games in 2010 & 2011
The Ivy League Office today announced an agreement with VERSUS, the fastest growing sports cable network in the country, to televise at least three football games for the 2010 and 2011 seasons, culminating each year with the Harvard vs. Yale gameóone of the most storied rivalries in sports.

Co-Rookies of the Year Named Freshman All-America
Columbia's Dario Pizzano (pic.) and Dartmouth's Chris O'Dowd were named to the Louisville Slugger's Freshman All-American team, as announced by Collegiate Baseball. Pizzano was tabbed in the outfield, while O'Dowd earned the nod at catcher.

Princeton Lightweights Repeat as IRA Champions
Led by Princetonís men's lightweight crew second-straight national championship, the Ivy League had another strong showing at the 2010 IRA Championships on the Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Late Homers Doom Upset Bid for #4 Dartmouth
The Big Green gave 20th-ranked Texas A&M all it could handle as freshman Kyle Hunter pitched beautifully, but solo home runs in the eighth and ninth ended Dartmouth's season in a 4-3 loss at the NCAA Regionals. The Ivy champs finish 27-19.

Offensive Explosion 23 Years in the Making
Although it is probably against protocol to post, but Dartmouth's Jason Brooks drove in six runs and Zack Bellenger blasted two home runs while Cole Sulser threw five innings of two-run relief as Dartmouth eliminated Florida International in the Coral Gables Regional with a 15-9 victory. The Big Green will now face Texas A&M in an elimination match.

Frantic Comeback Falls Short at NCAA Regional
After falling behind 11-0 through five innings, the Dartmouth Big Green pecked away against the 11th-ranked Miami Hurricanes but fell short in their comeback quest in a 12-8 loss in the first round of the NCAA Regional in Coral Gables, Fla.

More Accolades Bestowed on Ivy Women's Lacrosse
In addition to the IWLCA selections, several publications have also dubbed Ivy League student-athletes as All-America for the 2010 season. Womenslacrosse.com and Womenslax.com have recognized six from Ancient Eight with postseason accolades.

Four Ivies Named IWLCA All-America
The Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Coaches Association announced the 48 Division I All-America selections, and four players from the Ivy League have been tabbed. Penn's Ali DeLuca, the Player of the Year, earned first-team honors while the others took third-team nods. The League also had 19 selections to All-Region teams.

43 Ivy Women's Rowers Named CRCA Scholar-Athletes
A total of 43 Ivy League womenís rowers were named National Scholar-Athletes by the Collegiate Rowing Coaches Association for the 2010 season.

Dartmouth Avoids Top-8 Seed; Heads to Coral Gables
Dartmouth (26-17; #4 seed) will join #2 Texas A&M and #3 Florida International in Coral Gables, Fla. as the University of Miami anchors one of the 16 NCAA Baseball Regionals. The Big Green avoided a Top-8 National seed and will face the host Hurricanes (40-17) at Alex Rodriguez Park on June 4.

Nineteen More Ivies Earn Academic All-District Honors
A total of 19 Ivy League student-athletes have been named to the ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District Men's and Women's At-Large teams, as announced by CoSIDA.

Ivy Student-Athletes Once Again Lead in the Classroom
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nationís most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in the NCAA's official release, with 135 Ivy teams recognized.

EARC Sprints Preview
The Ivy heavyweight and lightweight titles will be up for grabs as the 65th edition of the EARC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, Mass.

EAWRC Sprints Preview
Once again, the Ivy womenís rowing title will be up for grabs as the 37th edition of the EAWRC Sprints takes place Sunday, May 16 on Cooper River in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Dartmouth Takes Ivy Baseball Championship
The 2010 Ivy League baseball championship series between Columbia and Dartmouth needed a third game to decide a champion. After it was all said and done, the visiting Big Green used timely hitting to win the Ivy title, 11-5, and earn the League's automatic bid to the NCAA Regional.

Eight Sandlot Ivies on CoSIDA Academic All-District
The Ivy League had a nice showing on the CoSIDA Academic All-District Baseball Team. In all, eight student-athletes were recognized in District 1, including three first team selections that are now eligible for Academic All-America.

Columbia to Entertain Dartmouth for Baseball Title
Lou Gehrig Division Champion, Columbia, will host Dartmouth, the Red Rolfe Division winner, for in the 2010 Ivy Baseball Championship Series. The series will begin Saturday, May 8 at Columbia's Robertson Field at the Baker Athletics Complex. The opening pitch is slated for noon.

Penn Staves Off Comeback to Take WLAX Title
Penn withstood a furious comeback to win the 2010 Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion. Down 5-2 at the half, and 7-2 with 26:49 remaining, Dartmouth scored five unanswered goals to tie the game with nearly 18 minutes on the clock. The Quakers took another two-goal advantage and held for the victory, 9-8. The win assures an automatic passage to the NCAA Tournament for Penn.

Dartmouth Wins in First WLAX Tournament Semifinal
Dartmouth women's lacrosse used strong defense and timely goals to take a 10-8 victory over Cornell in the first Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament semifinal. The Big Green advance to Sunday's championship game at 12:30 p.m. to face top-seed Penn.

CBS College Sports Network To Broadcast 2010 Ivy Womenís Lax Championship Game
CBS College Sports Network will broadcast live the championship game of the 2010 Ivy League Womenís Lacrosse Tournament Presented by Champion on Sunday, May 2 at 12:30 p.m.

All-Ivy Menís Tennis -- 2009-10
Yale freshman sensation Marc Powers quickly made his presence known on the Ivy League tennis courts during the 2009-10 season, becoming the first menís tennis player in League history to win the Player and Rookie of the Year awards in the same season.

All-Ivy Womenís Tennis -- 2009-10
There was virtually no doubt among the Ivy League Womenís Tennis postseason awards for the 2009-10 season, paced by Princeton's Hilary Bartlett as the unanimous selection as Player of the Year.

Champion athleticwear Signs on as Presenting Sponsor for the 2010 Ivy Lacrosse Tournaments
The Ivy League announced a new partnership today with Hanesbrands, Inc. for Champion athleticwear to be presenting sponsor for the 2010 Ivy League Menís and Womenís Lacrosse Tournaments.

LiveSportsVideo.com to Stream the 2010 Ivy Lax Semis
The Ivy League has teamed with LiveSportsVideo, LLC, to stream live the semifinal games of the 2010 Ivy League Menís and Womenís Tournaments.

2010 Ivy Women's Lacrosse Tournament Central
Philly's Franklin Field is set to host the inaugural Ivy League Women's Lacrosse Tournament Final presented by Champion featuring Dartmouth and Penn. Click inside for more information on the matchups, directions, ticket info and much more.

Cormier Returns to Lead Dartmouth Men's Basketball
Dartmouth has announced the hiring of Paul Cormier as the Collegeís head coach of menís basketball. Having spent most of the past 12 years working in the NBA, Cormier is beginning his second stint with the Big Green having served as the head coach for seven seasons (1984-91).

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

CSA Names 11 Ivy Men All-America in Squash
The Menís College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 11 are representatives of the Ivy League, including four first-team selections.

15 Named to Women's All-American Squash Teams
The Womenís College Squash Association has announced its 2009-2010 First and Second All-American teams. Of the student-athletes announced, 15 are representatives of the Ivy League, including seven first-team selections.

Ivies Garner Women's Ice Hockey Postseason Recoginitions
Ivy League women's ice hockey garnered national accolades among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

Ivies Receive Men's Ice Hockey Postseason Honors
Ivy League men's ice hockey once again received national recognition among the postseason honors from the 2009-10 season.

All-Ivy Menís Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Leading Yale to back-to-back Ivy League and ECAC Hockey titles, senior forward Sean Backman was named 2009-10 Ivy League Player of the Year and first-team All-Ivy, becoming just the third player in League history to earn first-team honors every year of his Ivy career.

Ivy Teams to Open in 2010 ECAC Menís Hockey Tourney
Brown, Dartmouth, Harvard and Princeton will be on the ice in the first round of the 2010 ECAC Men's Ice Hockey Tournament while top-seeded Yale and second-seeded Cornell are on a bye until the quarterfinals.

Ivies Secure Six Gold as Canada Takes Ice Hockey
Canada beat its American rival 2-0 to win the women's hockey gold medal in a third straight Olympics. The victory means that six Ivy League athletes will take gold medals from the Vancouver Olympics. Team USA, which has three former Ivy Leaguers on its roster, took the silver medal.

All-Ivy Womenís Ice Hockey -- 2009-10
Cornell's banner season for women's ice hockey was capped with a Big Red sweep in the Ivy postseason awards as sophomore forward Catherine White (pic.) was named Player of the Year and freshman defenseman Lauriane Rougeau was selected Rookie of the Year.

Dartmouth's Weibrecht Stuns Field at Vancouver 2010
To some, Dartmouth's Andrew Weibrecht may have been the biggest surprise of the Olympics so far in alpine racing, but the U.S. team's most consistent and improved skier joined teammate Bode Miller on medal podium, taking a bronze in the Super-G.

Henderson Gets the Call-Up for New Zealand
Former Dartmouth menís soccer captain Craig Henderson '09 has been named to New Zealandís 17-man squad for its World Cup warm up match against Mexico on March 3 in Los Angeles. It is his first call-up to New Zealand's top squad and could bode well for a spot in South Africa in June.

Two Ivies Named Finalists for Wooden Citizenship Cup
Dartmouth's Becky Poskin and Harvard's Melissa Schellberg have been named national finalists for the prestigious Coach Wooden Citizenship Cup, presented to the most outstanding role model among athletes.

MLS Taps Four from Ivy League for Player Combine
The player showcase list for the 2010 adidas MLS Player Combine has been released and includes 62 of the top players in NCAA Division I college soccer, including four players from the Ivy League. The combine will be held January 9-13 in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Akpan and Keat Brace for All-American; 12 All-Region
Harvard's Andre Akpan and Dartmouth's Daniel Keat were honored by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America as All-America selections for the 2009-10 season. Akpan earned his third first-team selection and Keat landed a third-team nod. In all, 12 Ivy Leaguers were recognized.

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2009-10
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in fall sports for the 2009-10 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

All-Ivy Football -- 2009
Brown senior wide receiver Buddy Farnham (pic.) and Penn senior linebacker Jake Lewko share the Asa S. Bushnell Cup as the Ivy League Football Player of the Year for the first time since the trophy was initiated in 1970.

Double-Overtime Heartbreak for Dartmouth in NCAAs
The Dartmouth men's soccer team saw its 2009 season come to a heartbreaking end tonight in double overtime at Boston College, 2-1. The Big Green opened the scoring and held much of the play, but were felled in the 103rd minute on goal from Isaac Taylor.

Dartmouth's Henderson Earns Academic All-America
Dartmouth menís soccer co-captain Craig Henderson has been named to CoSIDAía ESPN the Magazine Academic All-America Second Team. He improved upon an Academic All-District second team selection last season and earned Academic All-America honors for the first time in his career.

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference Ė 11/17
This weekís Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Penn head coach Al Bagnoli (pic.) talks about his teamís chance to claim the 2009 Ivy Football title outright with a win over Cornell in the Quakersí season finale.

Fantastic Four into the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament
For the first time since 1977, the Ivy League will have four teams in the NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament. Ivy Champion Harvard will be joined by Brown, Dartmouth and Princeton in the 48-team field, which begins on Nov. 19th.

CoSIDA Names 8 Ivies in Football All-District
The Ivy League boasted eight student-athletes on the annual ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams for football announced by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA).

Ivy Weekly Football Teleconference Ė 11/3
This weekís Ivy Football Weekly Media Teleconference is now available. Yale head coach Tom Williams (pic.) talks about his Bulldogsí come-from-behind win over Columbia and previews his teamís home matchup with Brown.

CoSIDA Names 10 Ivies in Men's Soccer All-District
The 2009 CoSIDA/ESPN the Magazine Academic All-District Teams for Men's soccer have been selected. Not surprisingly, the Ivy League ó traditionally strong in the University Division selections ó has put forth a formidable group of 10 candidates to this year's squads, including four first team selections.

NL Divisional Series Has Ivy League Flavor
The St. Louis Cardinals (91-71) travel to the Los Angeles Dodgers (95-67) tonight in the opening game of the National League Divisional Series. The team that will emerge from this match-up is yet to be determined, but one thing is true: an Ivy Leaguer will be one step closer to a World Series berth upon conclusion of the best-of-five series.

The Ivy League Mourns Passing of NCAA's Myles Brand
The Ivy League mourns the passing of NCAA President Myles Brand, who died Wednesday from a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer.

Six Tipped for Lowe's Senior CLASS Award in Soccer
Six Ivy Leaguers, including 2008 Ivy Players of the Year ó Craig Henderson (Dartmouth) and Sophie Reiser (Columbia) ó have been named to the Lowe's Senior CLASS Award for Men's and Women's Soccer. In total, two male athletes and four female athletes have earned candidate nods for 2009.

Two Ivies Named Preseason All-America
Harvard's Andre Akpan and Dartmouth's Craig Henderson have been selected as preseason first team All-America selections by Soccer America. The distinction is Akpan's third consecutive, whereas Henderson is receiving his first. Both players were unanimous All-Ivy selections in 2008.

Ivies Fare Well at USA Championships
Six former Ivy athletes finished in the top six at last weekend's USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Eugene, Ore., including Princeton grad Tora Harris (pic.), who won the national title in the high jump.

Ivies Lead U.S. to World Championship in Lacrosse
The United States held off a furious charge from Australia to win the 2009 FIL Women's World Cup, 8-7. USA held an 8-4 advantage before a three-goal flurry finished the game. In the two games with the Aussies, the Americans had a victory margin of just two goals. Canada finished third.

Britannia, Ruled!: Ivies Help U.S. Into FIL Final
A strong Ivy League contingent was once again in full-force as the United States ripped England, 20-3, to advance to the finals of the 2009 FIL Women's World Cup. With six goals from the Ancient Eight, the Americans earned a title date with Australia, which outlasted Canada, 12-10.

Seven Ivies in Action at FIL Women's World Cup
Seven women with ties to the Ivy League either as players or as coaches are in action in Prague, Czech Republic for the Federation of International Lacrosse World Cup. Five of the seven were in action as top-seeded USA defeated defending champion Australia, 10-9, in pool play.

GCAA Tabs Six Ivies to PING All-Northeast Team
The Golf Coaches Association of America recently announced selections for 2009 All-Region and All-America teams. In all, six Ivy League Men's golfers were named to the PING All-Northeast team, including Dartmouth freshman Peter Williamson, the 2009 Ivy League Men's champion.

Dartmouth Duo Named Freshman All-America
Collegiate Baseball Newspaper announced its Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America selections recently and shortstop Joe Sclafani (pictured) and pitcher Kyle Hendricks of the Dartmouth Big Green were among those honored by the publication.

Spring Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in spring sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Ivies Fare Well in Women's Lacrosse Awards
The IWLCA and US Lacrosse have honored 48 student-athletes in Division I with a selection on one of the All-American teams. Six student-athletes, including two first-team selections, lead the charge for the Ivy League. The League also had 20 players selected to IWLCA Regional teams for the 2008-09 season.

Dartmouth's Season Ends as Kansas' Bats Explode
Zac Elgie drove in six runs and belted a grand slam to lead the third-seeded Kansas Jayhawks to a 16-0 victory over Dartmouth at the Chapel Hill Regional on Saturday at Boshamer Stadium. Dartmouth finishes the season with 27 wins and 18 losses.

Dartmouth Falls to UNC in Regional Opener
Seventh-ranked North Carolina turned a season-high four double plays to keep Dartmouth from pulling off the upset in the first round of the NCAA Regional in Chapel Hill, N.C. The Tar Heels won the opener, 5-2. Dartmouth will face Kansas in an elimination game at 1pm Saturday.

Dartmouth Earns Baseball Berth in Chapel Hill Region
Dartmouth will open up against No. 4 North Carolina in the 2009 NCAA Baseball Regional at Chapel Hill, N.C. Kansas and Coastal Carolina complete this very difficult and potent region. Play for the Big Green will begin on Friday, May 29th.

Ivies Score High Yet Again
After having the highest scores in the NCAA's APR ratings two weeks ago, the Ivy League has scored big again as the NCAA has released its sport-by-sport progress report today. Of the Ivy sports that are also NCAA sports, the League has the nation's top APR average in nearly 70 percent (20 of 29).

Dartmouth Cruises to Baseball Championship
Led by a strong pitching performance from freshman Kyle Hendricks, Dartmouth rolled to a 10-0 win in the Ivy Baseball Championship. The Big Green were led on offense by two towering home runs from Johnathon Santopadre, who had four RBIs in the game. Jim Wren also had four RBIs on the day for the Big Green.

Cornell and Dartmouth All-Square on Diamond
The 2009 Ivy Baseball Championship will be decided in the third game of a best-of-three series on Sunday, May 3rd at 1 pm. Dartmouth took the opening game 8-6, before Cornell forced the deciding game with a 14-12 win. The winner will be the Ivy League Champion and the representative at the NCAAs.

All-Ivy Men's Golf -- 2009
Freshman Peter Williamson became the fourth Dartmouth golfer to win the men's golf title by claiming the 2009 Ivy League Menís Golf Championship in a three-hole playoff. His play earned both Player and Rookie of the Year awards.

Ivy Student-Athletes On Top Again
Ivy League student-athletes again have the nationís most commendations in the annual NCAA Division I Academic Progress Report (APR) ratings, as highlighted in today's official NCAA release, with 144 Ivy teams recognized.

Winter Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for Academic All-Ivy honors in winter sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Ceplikas Named Acting Director of Athletics at Dartmouth
Robert A. Ceplikas, a 1978 graduate of Dartmouth College and 30-year veteran of the college's staff in athletics and admissions, has been named Acting Director of Athletics and Recreation, effective July 1.

Dartmouth Director of Athletics Josie Harper to Retire
Josie Harper, Dartmouthís Director of Athletics and Recreation since 2002, and a member of the athletics staff for nearly 27 years, today announced her retirement effective June 30. She was the first woman to hold this position in the Ivy League.

Three Ivies Named NSCAA Scholar All-Americas
Three Ivy League soccer players were recently named NSCAA Scholar All-America selections. Columbia's Sophie Reiser and Dartmouth's Craig Henderson were recognized as first team Women's and Men's selections, respectively. Dartmouth's Myra Sack earned a Women's second-team nod.

Four Ivies to Participate in MLS Combine
The initial player list for the 2009 Adidas MLS Player Combine has been released and includes 65 of the top players in NCAA Division I college soccer, including four players from the Ivy League. The combine will be held between January 9th and 13th in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Dťjŗ vu for Harvard Duo; Henderson also All-America
The attacking partnership for the Harvard Crimson has once again earned NSCAA All-America honors. Andre Akpan (first-team) and Michael Fucito (second-team) shared the honor with Dartmouth's Craig Henderson (third-team).

10 Ivies on NSCAA All-Northeast Teams
The NSCAA has released its selections for the 2008-09 All-Northeast Region teams. The Ivy League earned 10 selections to the squad, with four on the first team where Harvard's duo of Andre Akpan and Michael Fucito joined Dartmouth's Craig Henderson and Penn's Omid Shokoufandeh.

Fall Academic All-Ivy -- 2008-09
The Ivy League released its list of student-athletes selected for All-Ivy Academic honors in fall sports for the 2008-09 season. The 80 men and women were starters or key reserves on an officially recognized varsity team with 3.0 or better cumulative grade point averages.

Wake Forest Overpowers Dartmouth; Advances to Elite 8
Dartmouth had the monumental challenge of solving the No. 1 Wake Forest Men's soccer team in the NCAA Round of 16. The Big Green played valiantly before a devastating second goal came just before the half. The defending champions then seized control and showed their strength, winning 7-0.

Dartmouth to Face #1 Wake Forest in Men's Soccer
With a game deadlocked 0-0 through double-overtime, the Dartmouth Big Green eliminated Boston College, 4-2, in penalty kicks to advance to the third round of NCAA Men's soccer. The win sets up a dream match-up against Wake Forest, the tournament's No. 1 seed and defending National champions.

The Treble Alliance: Ivies Get Three into Men's Tourney
In a repeat from the 2007 season, three Ivy League Men's soccer teams have been invited into the 48-team 2008 NCAA Men's Soccer Tournament. Included in the field were Dartmouth, Harvard and automatic qualifier Penn. Tournament play begins Nov. 21st, 2008.

Men's Soccer Teams to Learn Tournament Fate at 6 pm
With the 1-0 overtime victory on Sunday afternoon, it is assured that the Penn Quakers will be in the NCAA Men's Soccer 48-team tournament field. But Dartmouth and Harvard both have resumes seemingly fitting of at-large bids. All three will learn at 6 pm whether they are in or not.

Big Green and Quakers Share Ivy Title; Penn Takes Bid
After a postponed Saturday game with Harvard, the Penn Quakers used a Loukas Tasigianis overtime strike to share the Ivy Men's soccer title with Dartmouth. The Quakers also earned the League's automatic NCAA bid by virtue of a 1-0 victory on Oct. 18.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 10 - 11/10
Dartmouth freshman Lucky Mkosana continued his tremendous rookie campaign by playing a critical role in a 2-0 week. He scored three goals and added an assist on a game-winning goal as the Big Green upped its record to 10-5-1.

Four Ivies on CoSIDA Men's Soccer All-District Squads
The College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) has announced its ESPN The Magazine Academic All-District teams in Menís soccer, and four Ivy Leaguers were chosen.

Ivy Weekly Men's Soccer Awards 9 - 11/3
Penn's Omid Shokoufandeh registered his second multi-goal game as the Quakers defeated Brown 4-0. The senior's nine goals and 21 points on the season are the most scored by any player under Head Coach Rudy Fuller in a single season.

True Dominates Field At CC Championships
Ben True of Dartmouth ran the fastest time in Ivy Heps history at Van Cortlandt Park in the Bronx today, but it was Princeton which grabbed the team title for the third straight year.

Two Dartmouth Athletes Earn Dean of College Award
Johnathan Ball and Maggie Suydam were two of seven students recently presented with a Dean of the College Award for Service. The award recognizes and honors students for contributions that broadly benefit the Dartmouth community.

Kathy Slattery Phillips (1952-2007)
The Dartmouth Department of Athletics and the Ivy League mourns the passing of Kathy Slattery Phillips, Sports Information Director, a prominent figure in the Dartmouth sports community for more than 30 years.

Dartmouth Alum Qualifies for Olympics
Former Dartmouth track standout and Heps cross country champion Jarrod Shoemaker '04, now specializing in the triathlon, has qualified for the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

Ivy@50 Profilee Peter Roby Named AD of Northeastern
Former Dartmouth basketball player and Harvard head men's coach Peter Roby, has been named athletics director of Northeastern University.

Dartmouth wins NCAA Skiing Championship
Good things come to those who wait. After a 31 year NCAA team title drought, Dartmouth won the 2007 NCAA Men's and Women's Skiing Championships in Bartlett, N.H., Saturday, marking the first NCAA team title for the College since 1976.

Crocker Earns Top VIII
Dartmouth graduate Alison Crocker, a three-time NCAA All-American in cross country skiing, has been named the recipient of the prestigious NCAA Top VIII Award.

Dartmouth 2006 Senior Awards
Dartmouth College has awarded its coveted senior awards for the 2005-06 season and the recipients of the major awards are Rhodes Scholar winner Alison Crocker and hoopster Angie Soriaga.

Cuneo, Robinson Honored by IWLCA
Dartmouth senior Lizzy Cuneo (pictured) was named the Division I Defender of the Year by the Intercollegiate Women's Lacrosse Association on Monday, while Cornell senior Lyndsay Robinson was given the IWLCA's Community Service Award.

Dartmouth's Johnson Win NCAA Slalom Crown
BIg Green senior Karl Johnson turned in two stellar runs on Howelson Hill in Steamboat Springs, Colo., Friday night, winning the slalom crown in his final collegiate race and becoming the fifth straight Big Green skier to do so.

Ivy Olympics ó Torino Day 8
Three Dartmouth skiers were in action at the XX Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, on Saturday and Scott Macartney was the top performer of the group, taking seventh in the Men's Alpine Super G.

Ivy Olympics ó Torino Day 3
Sarah Konrad, a Dartmouth graduate with a Ph.D. in geology, was fast in the women's biathlon 15-kilometer individual competition on Monday at the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, but her shooting cost her a number of places.

Make That 29 to Torino
The number of Ivy Olympians at the Winter Games in Turin, Italy, climbed to 20 with Dartmouthís addition of a 14th member. Kaylin Richardson (pictured) was admitted to the Big Greenís Class of 2009 but deferred admission to pursue her skiing career.

A Winter Record
There will be a record number of Ivy Leaguers at the Winter Games in Torino, Italy, in February. Four Dartmouth College alpine skiiers from three countries have lifted the number of Ivy competitors to 27.

Double Duty for Dartmouth Grad
Dartmouth grad Sarah Konrad has become the first American Winter Olympian to compete in two different sports in the same Games. Konrad will be a member of the U.S. cross country team, as well as the biathlon team.

More Green Heading To Torino
As the Olympic Winter Games in Torino, Italy, approach, Dartmouth is again well represented on the United States Olympic Team. Two skiers ó Carolyn Treacy and Sarah Konrad ó have been named to the U.S. Biathlon team.

Scholarly Skier
Dartmouth skier Alison Crocker is one of 32 college students to receive the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship. The physics and mathematics major is an All-American skier who is looking to qualify for the 2006 Winter Olympics. Crocker is one of seven Ivy League students who will continue their education at Oxford thanks to the scholarship.

Ivy Schools Rack Up Track Honors
Cornell, Dartmouth and Yale, as well as 15 individual student-athletes, were cited for their academic excellence by the National Collegiate Track and Field Coaches Association.

Dartmouth To Upgrade Facilities
The Dartmouth Board of Trustees is planning to enhance the facilities serving Dartmouth's athletic program. The plan includes revising the design for renovations to Alumni Gymnasium, approving the replacement of the Memorial Field playing surface, and authorizing planning for a new competition soccer facility and a new varsity athletic building.

Dartmouth AD Earns Katherine Ley Award
Dartmouth director of athletics Jo Ann "Josie" Harper has been selected by the ECAC as the Katherine Ley Award recipient. †The award honors someone of demonstrated leadership ability, a proponent of women's issues and a role model for women coaches and administrators.


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Ivies Invest in Urban Education
For four Ivy League athletes, the recovery begins. That's because Trey Peacock, Adrian Colarusso, Jessie Rhee and Brittney Smith spent several days designing and preparing leadership curriculum for at-risk high school students from Indianapolis, followed by two intensive and exhausting weeks of implementing the program while also serving in mentorship and advisory roles for the students.

Help for Haiti
Dartmouth womenís tennis team had a lot to pack into their two mini-vans for the return trip to Hanover, N.H., from the 2010 ECAC Womenís Indoor Tennis Championship.

Career Day
Jimmie Lee Solomon graduated from Dartmouth in 1978 only to go on to attend Harvard Law and become a high-ranking executive at Major League Baseball. The former Big Green football player and trackster recently visited his high school alma mater in rural Texas for the first time in three decades to deliver a special message.

Community Service
Former Dartmouth women's soccer standout Becky Poskin spent much of her time in Hanover giving back to communities all around the world. Her efforts made her one of five finalists for the Wooden Citizenship Cup, and she will find out later today if she has won the prestigious award. Click inside for a recent feature courtesy of Poskin's hometown Kansas City Star.

Sibling(s) Rivalry
The 186th meeting between Harvard and Dartmouth kicked off each school's 2009-10 season in Hanover, N.H. Since that century-old rivalry began and the formal beginning of Division I play in 1948, there have been thousands of hockey games. Not one, however, can match the unofficial records established in Dartmouth's Thompson Arena on that particular Friday night.

One-in-a-Million
Little more than a year ago, Dartmouth's Evelyn Stevens ('05) was just another associate on Wall Street, doing 50-hour weeks with an investment fund and trying to stay in shape by sneaking the occasional jog. Then the former Big Green tennis player bought a bike, and her world changed.

Dartmouth '09 Athletic Awards
Here are Dartmouth's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2008-09.

All in the Family
The Dartmouth men's hockey team probably has more of a family feel than you may expect, with head coach Bob Gaudet '81 coaching his two sons, Joey '10 and Jimmy '12. Click inside for Bruce Wood's piece on Hanover's hockey family.

Global Lessons
Three of Dartmouthís varsity lacrosse players left their sticks in Hanover and settled in the rolling plains of Africa this fall, helping on soccer fields and in classrooms during an off-term at the college.

Rebuilding Red Rolfe
Through a generous $5.2 million gift, Dartmouth's Red Rolfe Field will undergo a major renovation. And by opening day 2009, the Big Green will have a new home-field advantage with Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park.

Dartmouth's Athletic Awards
Here are Dartmouth's end of the year Athletic Awards recipients for 2007-08.

A Snapshot in Time
In the early 1960s, a young student photographer was snapping pictures on the sidelines of Dartmouth athletics events. He would go on to be one of the most prized sports photojournalists in history.

Dartmouth's Senior Awards
Here are Dartmouth's Senior Awards recipients for 2006-07.

Nick the Quick
Dartmouth lacrosse standout Nick Bonacci just wrapped up a stellar four-year run for the Big Green, but the two-time first team All-Ivy pick might be remembered more for his accomplishments made off the playing field.

All The Way Back
Dartmouth shot put star Jamila Smith suffered a devastating knee injury that forced her to withdraw from school heading into a challenging Hanover winter. After a year of rehab, she became a Heps champion last May.

Ivy@50 - 2/6
You'd think that being an Olympian in the pursuit of a medical degree would overshadow whatever else you had done, but Dartmouth graduate Bob Kempainen made an impression in another, more embarrassing, manner.

Ivy@50 - 1/30
His arrival at Dartmouth College didn't exactly create excitement, but when Chiharu Igaya graduated, it was a sad day in Hanover. That's because Igaya took six NCAA individual skiing titles with him.

Barbaro's Best Friend
When Barbaro suffered life-threatening injuries at Pimlico Race Course nearly a month ago, the nation was obsessed with the horse's well being. Enter Dr. Dean Richardson, a 1974 Dartmouth graduate, who found his love of horses while in school in Hanover.

Winter's 'Games'
If the Olympics aren't your thing, then take your cue from Jets QB Jay Fiedler and Astros catcher Brad Ausmus and travel up to New Hampshire where games are the rage at the Dartmouth Winter Carnival.

Double Cross
The busiest person at the Torino Olympics will be 38-year-old Sarah Konrad, a native Californian and Dartmouth graduate. That's because she is the first U.S. female athlete to make two teams at the same Winter Games.

Winter Wonderland
As the sporting world turns from Super Bowl XL in Detroit to the XX Winter Olympiad in Torino, the Dartmouth Big Green and the Ivy League have record contingents heading to Italy.

'The Only White Vice Lord'
The Ivy League kicks off its celebration of Black History Month with the heroic story of David Dawley, the first of six featured figures who hold a place in the formation of black history in America. A former Dartmouth rower, Dawley moved to Chicago in 1967 and helped transform a deadly gang, the Conservative Vice Lords, into a community organization.

Ivy Elves
Two Ivy League teams are putting aside their jerseys and donning Santa hats for good causes this holiday season. The Columbia Lions football team and the Dartmouth menís hockey team are asking fans to help spread some holiday cheer by collecting toys for children.

Friends and Foes
They have been competing all their lives. It's what childhood friends do. But being on the opposite sides of the field at Harvard Stadium on Saturday was something different for Dartmouth's Buddy Teevens and Harvard's Tim Murphy.

2005 Dartmouth Senior Awards
Each year, the eight Ivy League schools honor the top graduating senior student-athletes with traditional annual awards. Dartmouth's 2005 awardees are Lee Stempniak and Katianne Christian.

Dartmouth's 2003-04 Awards
Each year, the Ivy schools release their annual awards and this year at Dartmouth, Mustafa Abdur-Rahim, Ed Lucas and Lana Smith took home the top prizes.

Influential Green
In the Ivy Leagueís continuing celebration of Black History Month, we present the story of four Dartmouth graduates who were named to Sports Illustrated's '101 Most Influential Minorities in Sports' list last spring.

Silencing The Doubters
Casey Cramer has been told he couldn't do it. Now, the senior captain is showing a world full of doubters that he can...

An Interview With Josie Harper
Recently, Dartmouth Director of Athletics Josie Harper sat down with Big Green Sports News to talk about her first year on the job.

Dartmouth End of the Year Awards
One just wasn't enough at Dartmouth recently. A two sport athlete, Carolyn Steele, and a 10-event competitor, decathlete Mustafa Abdur-Rahim, were honored as athletes of the year by the Big Green after stellar seasons.


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