1. Basketball History Display
If you want to learn more about Dartmouth’s basketball history, then make sure to check out the basketball history display. The display tells the story of the school’s basketball program and does an excellent job of honoring the best players in Big Green history.
2. Dartmouth-New Hampshire Rivalry
The Big Green and the Wildcats have a fierce rivalry that spans a variety of sports including basketball, football, and hockey. The Big Green and Wildcats first met on the hardwood in 1908 and since then have developed a strong rivalry. The contests between the two teams have been close over the years, and Dartmouth holds a slim 34-33 all-time lead, meaning you’ll be in for a close one when attending a Dartmouth-New Hampshire game.
3. Trophy Case
Stop by the trophy case and see all of the trophies and awards won by both the men’s and women’s basketball teams over the years. The trophies are a must-see for any college hoops fan, so make sure to check them out.
Hanging above the court are banners celebrating the accomplishments of both the Dartmouth’s men’s and women’s basketball teams. Take in all the banners to remember the best basketball players and teams in Dartmouth history.
5. Dartmouth-Vermont Rivalry
Dartmouth and Vermont have met on the court over 100 times, and the rivalry has been an annual fixture for the last 55 years. It’s a great time to see a Dartmouth basketball game when the Catamounts come to town, so get your tickets to a Dartmouth-Vermont game.
6. Keggy the Keg
What better mascot for a college than a keg. Keggy the Keg is the unofficial mascot of Dartmouth and he can be seen at a variety of sporting events. Keep an eye out for Keggy as you wouldn’t want to miss him during your trip to Dartmouth.
7. Dartmouth-Cornell Rivalry
Dartmouth and Cornell have an intense rivalry on the football field, and there isn’t a lot of love between the two on the court either. If you can only get to one conference game a year at Leede Arena, then make sure to be in attendance when Dartmouth takes on Cornell.