Dobson is the third woman and first African American woman to be named director of both a men's and women's track and field program in Ivy League history.
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Max Frye, formerly of New Albany, is ranked third in the 400m hurdles event due to his time of 52.33.
We talked with coach Laura Schmitt from Redwood High School in Northern California about how she handles the recruiting process with her junior and senior athletes.
North Hunterdon's senior Anna DiMarcello has made her college choice..
Ransom Everglades senior Lauren Archer is one of the most versatile distance runners in the state owning personal bests of 2:12.20 (800m), 5:00.33 (1,600m), and 18:34.00 (5K). Archer owns four top five finishes in the 800m at state, two top five finishes in the 1,600m, and has placed in the top 20 five times at the Cross Country Finals. Recently, she announced her college commitment to attend Dartmouth College of the Ivy League.
Do genes make a difference when it comes to running ability? Looking at the Kentucky State Cross Country Meets from 1979 and 2014 will go along way to help answer that question.
See how former Florida athletes fared in collegiate action around the country for the week of September 22 - September 28, 2014.
To be part of this years Senior Send-Off just answer the questions above and email them to Jonathan Grooms at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Former Brunswick high school & current Dartmouth college distance standout Will Geoghegan will use his final season of eligibility to compete for the Oregon Ducks.
Check out our recap of the day 1 action at Nationals.
February 5th is National Signing Day! This is the first day athletes around the country (and world) can make their college commitments official.
Former Brunswick HS distance star Will Geoghegan now a senior at Dartmouth College joined a select group of runners as he broke the 4 minute mile at the Terrier Invitational at Boston University last Saturday. Geoghegan running in section 2 broke the tape in 3:58.04, and along the way broke the Dartmouth College school record & New Ivy League record. Additionally he became the 5th Maine native under 4 minutes, and the 408th American.
Butler senior Patrick Gregory has committed to Dartmouth College in New Hampshire.
One day after finishing fifth at the Northeast Regional, the Dartmouth men's cross country team earned an at-large berth to the 2013 NCAA Championship next weekend in Terre Haute, Ind. (via DartmouthSports.com)
What Maine athletes made it to the big dance? Check out all the athletes who will be representing the 207 at the various national meet this weekend
Senior Will Geoghegan's third-place individual finish helped the Dartmouth men's cross country team claim second in the standings at the 2013 Paul Short Invitational. (via DartmouthSports.com)
Senior Will Geoghegan continued the trend of Big Green men's cross country dominance at the Dartmouth Invitational Saturday morning hosted by the Hanover Country Club. (via DartmouthSports.com)
Dartmouth coach Mark Coogan had the winner and a daughter in the same race at NCAA indoors. (via Runner's World)
The Darmouth junior has the fastest mile time of the year and will race the event at Millrose next month. (via Runner's World)
Trinity Prep’s Dan Salas has always been an aggressive runner—the key, no doubt, to why he has gotten the most out of his high school running career—and it is probably this drive that led him to make his choice from among just about any college in America. Just prior to this writing, his acceptance to Dartmouth College, in Hanover, New Hampshire, was finalized. His response, predictably, was one of anticipation.
Against some of the top runners and programs in the country, junior Will Geoghegan ran to a fifth-place finish in 24:15 Friday morning at the Paul Short Invitational. (via DartmouthSports.com)
MileSplit U catches up with Dartmouth junior Abbey D'Agostino for a preseason update.
The 1996 Olympic marathoner is coaching now. (via )
It was a great 2011-2012 in both cross country and track across the Great State of Maine. Many of our seniors will soon be on their way to start their college careers both athletically and academically so we wanted to salute them one more time in this special feature.
Senior distance runner played key role in Little Hoyas IAC track championship (via )
MaineTrackXC sat down with Dartmouth senior & NCAA D1 XC national qualifier Ethan Shaw this week to talk about his xc season & what lies ahead in the future. Shaw has had a great senior xc season in 2011 winning the conference championship (HEPS) in a sprint finish over a 4 minute miler (Kyle Merber) & most recently placing 6th in the Northeast Regional race to punch his ticket to Terre Haute for next Monday's NCAA D1 National Championship meet.
Cheverus senior distance standout Jack Terwilliger will be taking his talents to Dartmouth College next fall. Terwilliger one of the top distance runners in the state will join a talented squad at Dartmouth that just missed the NCAA XC National meet this fall. He will join 3 others Mainers who are already on the team Ethan Shaw, Will Geoghegan, & Henry Sterling.
Two of the top distance runners in the state of Maine will be taking their talents to Dartmouth College next fall. Two time Class A XC champion Will Geoghegan, and Class B indoor mile and Class C outdoor 1600m champion Henry Sterling of North Yarmouth Academy both were accepted early decision at the Ivy league school. Geoghegan also considered Harvard and Columbia but ultimately felt that Dartmouth was the right fit academically and athletically for him.
Led by freshman Phil Royer, the Dartmouth men's cross country team finished second at the Keene Invitational on Saturday.
The Dartmouth women's cross country was back in action today as the Big Green finished fifth at the Keene Invitational on Saturday morning.
Junior Tom Robbins led the Dartmouth men's cross country team to a sixth-place finish in the gold division at the Paul Short Invitational as he took home the fifth spot individually.
The Dartmouth women's cross country team took home 18th at the Paul Short Invitational at Lehigh this morning with freshman Kaitlyn D'Orazio as the Big Green's top finisher.
Former Big Green standout Jarrod Shoemaker '04 claimed the elite men's title at the 2009 International Triathlon Union Duathlon World Championship on home soil in Concord, N.C., over the weekend.
The Dartmouth men's cross country team kicked its season off with a dominating performance at the Dartmouth Invitational and took first-place overall thanks to sweeping the top three spots.
Sophomore Elizabeth Short paced the Dartmouth women's cross country team to a second-place finish after crossing the line in fourth overall.
The Dartmouth men's cross country team has been in preseason recently and is set for the start of the 2009 season this Saturday at the Dartmouth Invitational.
The Dartmouth women's cross country team has its sights set on a top-four finish at the Ivy League Championships and after a disappointing 2008 campaign, the Big Green are ready to fight for a top spot.
Sean Furey '04, Dartmouth's javelin throw record holder, qualified for the Track and Field World Championships after placing third at the U.S. Championships in Oregon.
Both the Dartmouth men's and women's track and field teams were recognized last week by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association as being members of the Division I All-Academic Track and Field Teams.
Senior Tim Wunderlich, junior Chris Zablocki and sophomore Tom Robbins all earned spots on the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association Division I All-Academic Track and Field Team.
The Dartmouth track and field teams have announced the hirings of Michelle Clayton and William Thomas with the two taking over the field events for the Big Green.
Senior Emily Daly tossed the hammer 54.28 meters at the 2009 NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships.