The Dartmouth Figure Skating Team has established itself on the National Collegiate scene, qualifying for the Championship each time since the first meet was held in 2000, and winning the national championships for the last four years. Dartmouth’s victory at the US National Intercollegiate Figure Skating Team Championship in March of 2004 in Amherst, Massachusetts, was our first National title. Winning a fifth consecutive National title at University of Michigan in April of 2008 was the culmination of the Dartmouth skaters’ undefeated streak which began in the fall of 2003. The Dartmouth team won their sixth National title this year, in Colorado Springs.
As an officially recognized US Figure Skating Collegiate Club, we compete in all levels of freestyle and solo dance events in the Eastern Collegiate Conference. We skate in several eastern collegiate qualifying competitions each season with the goal of qualifying for Nationals. Dartmouth’s Club Sports program provides training ice on campus at Thompson Arena and our professional coaching staff oversees the training of Dartmouth’s figure skaters.
Friends of Dartmouth Figure Skating, formed in the summer of 2004, has made it possible to continue building and supporting our nationally competitive program. If you are interested in learning more about our Friends of Dartmouth Figure Skating, please feel free to contact us.
We welcome inquiries from highly motivated students who are competitive figure skaters and who hope to continue skating throughout their college careers.