•Fifth-year senior Joseph Cook, who returned to Memorial Field last fall as a tight end and then joined the basketball team as a walk-on, saw just 36 seconds of action in an 86-73 loss at Boston College but he made it count, tipping in an offensive rebound for his first basket with seven seconds left in the game. Find his basketball bio HERE.
A couple of freshman football players helped the Dartmouth men's track team squeak out a win at Leverone. Seth Walter contributed four points with a fifth-place in the shot put and Masaki Aerts contributed two points with a ninth-place finish in the 400 as the Big Green totaled 130 points to 128 for Maine. Vermont was third with 103 and Brown rounded out the field with 97.
•Dartmouth football coach Buddy Teevens presented a breakout session at the AFCA convention entitled, Changing the Practice Culture
•Well-regarded Dartmouth football broadcaster Adam Giardino, who has called Trenton Thunder Double-A baseball games for five years, has been named "broadcaster and media relations manager for the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (Pa.) RailRiders, the Triple-A affiliate of the New York Yankees," per a story in the Metro West Daily News. (LINK)
According to Giardino, he's still planning to do Dartmouth football in the fall.