The energy of the fans, the easy parking and travel time, the reasonable prices for a family, and the skill of the players make watching a Dartmouth game a thing to do whether you’re a local or a visitor.
It’s a family friendly event too. Once I went to a semi-pro hockey game and they spent more time fighting than playing hockey; this was not the case at the game I went to. I got to see the players demonstrate athleticism, precision, and sportsmanship.
I can’t wait to check out the other winter sports Dartmouth has as well for both men and women: basketball, tennis, swimming and diving, squash, and indoor track and field.
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Keeping toddlers entertained is a full time job. Pick a nice warm day and try some of these activites in Hanover. Click on the links for details and directions. Activity 1: Take a Walk (skipping might be fun too) Take […]