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Dartmouth College Volleyball Camps
Dartmouth College Volleyball Camps
 

FACILITIES / DIRECTIONS

The Berry Sports Center was dedicated on May 22, 1987 in honor of John W. Berry ’44 whose $5 million gift was the largest ever made to Dartmouth athletics until the recent gift of $10 million by Douglas C. Floren ’63 and his family for the new varsity house that opened in November 2007. Another gift by Mr. Berry enabled construction to begin in 1985. The basketball arena in the Berry Center is named in honor of Edward Leede ’49 and his family. Mr. Leede is among Dartmouth’s all-time leading scorers and was captain of the 1948-49 team. The Berry Center includes Leede Arena, a 2,100-seat basketball pavilion; two additional regulation basketball courts; four varsity locker rooms; squash and racquetball courts, and the athletic ticket office. At the right is the scene in sold-out Leede Arena for the North Carolina game in 1998. Another capacity crowd packed Leede in 2000 to see the Big Green host Virginia. Large crowds are the norm for Ivy League games, especially when Penn and Princeton come to town.

 

Directions To Leede Arena at Dartmouth College

From Boston: I-93 North to I-89 North (Concord, NH) to Exit 18 (Route 120, Lebanon/Hanover). Turn right off the exit ramp and follow Route 120 North into Hanover (5 miles). Bear right at the fork by gas station. Go Straight through next traffic light. At following light, Leede Arena in on your left. Parking is available on the street. (Travel Time: 2 to 2 1/2 Hours)

From Manchester, NH Airport: I-293 south to I-93 North. Follow I-93 North to I-89 North to Exit 18 as above. (Travel Time: 1 1/2 Hours)

From New York City: I-95 to New Haven or I-684 to I-84 to Harford. From either route pick up I-91 North to Exit 13 (Norwich, Vt/Hanover,NH). Turn right at the end of the ramp, cross bridge into N.H. and drive straight to the campus. (0.9 mile from exit). At top of the hill continue straight through the lights. Leede Arena is on your right at the next set of lights. Parking is on the street. (Travel Time: 4 to 5 Hours)

From Burlington, VT Airport: I-89 South to I-91 North to Exit 13 as above. (Travel Time: 1 1/2 Hours)