History

Edward Leede Arena in Hanover, New Hampshire is the home of the Dartmouth Big Green men’s and women’s basketball teams. The venue seats 2,100 and is a part of the John W. Berry Sports Complex. Leede Arena is named after Edward Leede, who is Dartmouth’s all-time leading scorer, and opened in 1986 to replace Alumni Gym.

Since opening, Leede Arena has undergone a few renovations. In 2007, a new Bio-Channel Classic maple wood floor was installed on the arena’s three courts. A couple of years later, in 2010, the bleachers were painted green, a new sound system was installed, and new banners were hung.

In addition to being the home of the Big Green basketball teams, Leede Arena also hosted the 2010 Big Sky Classic women’s basketball tournament.

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History

Edward Leede Arena in Hanover, New Hampshire is the home of the Dartmouth Big Green men’s and women’s basketball teams. The venue seats 2,100 and is a part of the John W. Berry Sports Complex. Leede Arena is named after Edward Leede, who is Dartmouth’s all-time leading scorer, and opened in 1986 to replace Alumni Gym.

Since opening, Leede Arena has undergone a few renovations. In 2007, a new Bio-Channel Classic maple wood floor was installed on the arena’s three courts. A couple of years later, in 2010, the bleachers were painted green, a new sound system was installed, and new banners were hung.

In addition to being the home of the Big Green basketball teams, Leede Arena also hosted the 2010 Big Sky Classic women’s basketball tournament.

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