Despite a solid complete game effort, the Dartmouth women's basketball team fell to league-leading Penn, 56-41 at Leede Arena on Saturday night.
The Dartmouth women's basketball team had its hands full with a talented Princeton squad, as the Big Green fell 85-48 at Leede Arena on Friday night.
After a weekend that saw the Dartmouth women's basketball team play back-to-back overtime games, the Big Green host Princeton on Friday and league leading Penn on Saturday.
For the second night in a row, the Dartmouth women's basketball team went to overtime as the Big Green fell to Cornell 71-58, in a contest that saw 11 lead changes.
In what was a back-and-forth second half that included 11 lead changes, the Dartmouth women's basketball team defeated Columbia in overtime, 76-73.
This weekend the Dartmouth women's basketball team will hit the road for its first two game Ivy League road trip when the Big Green head to the Empire State to take on Columbia and Cornell.
The men's hockey team and the women's basketball team are heating it up, getting key wins in their respective conferences.
After scoring 26 points and grabbing 17 rebounds in Dartmouth's 70-64, victory over Harvard, sophomore Kate Letkewicz was named Ivy League Player of the Week as announced by the league office on Monday.
Sophomore Kate Letkewicz scored a career-high 26 points to help Dartmouth take down Harvard on the road, 70-64, for its first Ivy League victory of the season.
On Saturday, the Dartmouth women's basketball team heads to Harvard for the first Ivy League road trip of the season in search of its first conference victory.
Making an impact and leaving a lasting legacy is the goal of any college athlete, for Dartmouth women's basketball senior Lakin Roland, she has done just that.
Despite a late game comeback, the Dartmouth women's basketball team fell, 56-43 to Harvard in the opening game of Ivy League play at Leede Arena.