Monday, March 27, 2017


The core of the 2015 Ivy League champion Dartmouth football team was the 2016 senior class. CLICK HERE for a look back at the high school highlight video (below) produced by the football office to introduce the class.

Oh, and in case you are wondering, quarterback Dalyn Williams' highlights begin at the 11:25 mark ;-)
The Dartmouth does a pretty good job on a roundup of spring sports HERE. The paper also has a Q&A with baseball coach Bob Whalen HERE.
Speaking of Dartmouth baseball, the Hartford Courant has a story about a familiar name in Big Green baseball history under the headline, MetroHartford Alliance Leader Oz Griebel's Passion To Leave City In Better Shape. Griebel '71, even mentions his Big Green baseball coach in this excerpt from the story:
Griebel, who was nicknamed Oz in high school (it came from sitcom star Ozzie Nelson), was captain of his high school football and basketball teams in New Jersey and pitched for the 1970 Dartmouth baseball team that represented New England in the College World Series.
"I think the idea of being involved in competitive sports, especially if you get great coaching as I did from Tony Lupien, makes you understand that no matter how good your individual stats are, what really matters is that you have to work together to win. In that sense, it does apply to what we are doing at MetroHartford."