New Trier’s Connor Boehm Chooses Dartmouth

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According to several media outlets, New Trier senior Connor Boehm recently decided Dartmouth was the college for him.

The 6-8 forward picked the Hanover, N.H., college over several other Ivy League schools. Boehm can’t make it official until Nov. 9 when the early period for college basketball begins.

Boehm’s been a fixture on the New Trier roster since his freshman season, and he will be the second in his family to play basketball for an Ivy League team. Brother Peter, a 2008 New Trier grad, was a Harvard recruit. Peter’s twin Jack plays baseball for Bucknell.

Boehm hopes to be part of Dartmouth’s resurrection. The Big Green went 5-23 last season in Paul Cormier’s first season.

Before he takes his talents elsewhere, Boehm looks to lead the Trevians — who welcome back several key contributors — to their first sectional title since 2005.

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