HANOVER, N.H. -- Assistant coach Mark Graupe will lead Dartmouth for the remainder of the season after Terry Dunn abruptly resigned last week.
The Ivy League school made the announcement Thursday.
Graupe and assistants Michael Brown and Tim Lane coached the team in a 76-47 loss at Harvard on Saturday. The Big Green (3-11, 0-1) play again Monday against St. Francis (N.Y.)
Dartmouth acting athletic director Bob Ceplikas said that players had responded well to Graupe, who was on Colorado State's coaching staff last season. Before that, Graupe spent seven years at Lake Region State (N.D.) College and 12 seasons as a high school coach.
Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press
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