Dartmouth Big Green Basketball Road Schedule
The Dartmouth Big Green are ready to play like giants on the basketball
court this season as they travel around the country in search of road victories against some of the very best teams in the
sport of college basketball. The Big Green have a roster that look promising in 2014-15, but they still have to execute on
the court to net wins. The team calls the Icy league home, and that's a conference that is known for its academics as well
as its athletics. The Big Green are never lacking in the intelligence department, and that helps in making good decisions
on the hardwood. The Big Green are coming off a 2013-14 season in which they won just 12 games, and they know they're going
to have to improve this season if they want to contend for a top spot in the Ivy League standings. The Big Green have plenty
of tough games awaiting them this season, especially away from home. It's never an easy path to the top of the Ivy League
standings, and that's why this team needs the support of their biggest fans on the road in 2014-15.
The Big Green will
be faced with a tough matchups on the road in December 22nd when they take on the Penn State Nittany Lions. The Nittany Lions
should be a real challenge for this Dartmouth squad, but a win against a team of Penn State's caliber could be huge for the
confidence level of the Big Green players. The home crowd is sure to be cheering loudly for the Lions, which is why some Big
Green fans really need to make the trip for this one.
Another big game awaits on February 28th when the Big Green travel
to take on the Cornell Big Red. The Big Red are a major rival of Dartmouth, and this is also the final road game of the season
for the Big Green. That is a recipe for an amazing contest to see in person, to get out to Newman Arena to see it unfold.
Dartmouth Big Green Basketball History
The Dartmouth Big Green have a fine basketball program that is always
looking to make some waves in the Ivy League. This team has experienced plenty of successful seasons over the years, and they're
sure to leave it all on the line every time they stop onto the court. Dartmouth was founded in Hanover, New Hampshire in 1769,
one of the oldest and most institutions of higher education in the nation. Dartmouth has an enrollment of about 5,000, making
it relatively small compared to some of the teams that appear on their non-conference away game schedule. As part of the Ivy
League, they will usually play similar programs, like Princeton, Yale and Brown, at the tail end of the season. The Big Green
have been able to reach the NCAA Tournament a multitude of times, and they even made two trips to the Final Four back in the
1940s. Dartmouth has not been able to reach the NCAA Tournament since 1959, however, and this year's team is hoping to break
You simply can't beat the thrill of being there in the stands when a team
as good as the Big Green steps onto the court, especially when they're taking on a heated rival away from home. Imagine for
yourself a sea of crimson red in the stands, and in one section, a tiny splatter of big, Dartmouth green. That little speck
of Dartmouth pride could be you, at an away game cheering for the Big Green when they're on the road playing in an opposing
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Dartmouth Big Green Basketball Trivia
Who was the first team that the Dartmouth Big
Green defeated in the NCAA Tournament?
The answer is the North Carolina Tar Heels, whom the Big Green defeated back
in 1941, which was the Big Green's first appearance in the tournament. The Big Green took down the Tar Heels by a score of
60-59 in what was surely a great game to catch in person. The Big Green have won multiple tourney games since then, and they're
always looking to add victories in the Big Dance.
Dartmouth Big Green Basketball Fans
The fans of the
Dartmouth Big Red basketball program never quit on their team, no matter the opponent and no matter the score. What's the
difference between small green and Big Green? Small green is only going to home games. Big Green is buying not only tickets
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