Modern Pentathlon — Men
Dartmouth’s Bill Andre was the first Ivy Leaguer to compete in the Olympics in the modern pentathlon, earning silver in the team portion of the 1956 Games in Melbourne. Penn’s Michael Storm competed in the event in 1984.
The modern pentathlon — also known as the military pentathlon — consists of running, swimming, riding, shooting, and fencing. Andre was suited to the event because he had experienced fencing as a high school student in New Jersey before running for Dartmouth.
|Bill Andre (Dartmouth ’53) •||United States||1956|
|Michael Storm (Penn ’86) •||United States||1984|
• Gold Medal (also indicated by bold name)
• Silver Medal
• Bronze Medal