Sophomore Christina Rombaut netted her third of the season in Dartmouth women's hockey's 8-1 loss to No. 2/3 Clarkson at Thompson Arena on Saturday evening. The Big Green fell to 4-14-1 and 2-11-1, while the Golden Knights improved to 21-3-1 and 12-2-0.
Dartmouth women's hockey fell to No. 10 St. Lawrence, 4-0, at Thompson Arena on Friday evening. The Big Green are now 4-13-1 and 2-10-1 in ECAC Hockey play, while the Saints improved to 13-7-3 and 9-3-1.
Dartmouth women's hockey will be back at Thompson Arena for a pair of ECAC Hockey games this weekend, taking on St. Lawrence and Clarkson for the first time in 2017-18. Both contests will be on the Ivy League Network (ILN), while the one against the Saints on Friday will also be on ESPN3.
Junior Alyssa Baker scored an unassisted, power-play tally late in the third period in Dartmouth women's hockey's 4-1 loss to No. 4/4 Colgate at the Class of 1965 Arena on Saturday. The Big Green dipped to 4-12-1 and 2-9-1 in ECAC Hockey play, while the Raiders improved to 19-3-1 and 10-2-0.
Dartmouth women's hockey were defeated by No. 6/6 Cornell, 2-0, at Lynah Rink on Friday afternoon. The Big Green dipped to 4-11-1 and 2-8-1 in ECAC Hockey play, while the Big Red improved to 10-6-1 and 7-4-0.
For the second weekend in a row, Dartmouth women's hockey will travel to the Empire State, this time taking on No. 6/6 Cornell and No. 4/4 Colgate in some ECAC Hockey play. Both games will be played at 3 p.m.
Big Green youngsters are heating up the ice this week.
Thanks to a goal late in the third by freshman Linda Essery, Dartmouth women's hockey tied Rensselaer, 3-3, at the Houston Field House on Saturday. Playing their first overtime game of the season, the Big Green are now 4-10-1 and 2-7-1, while the Engineers move to 7-10-5 and 4-4-2.
Junior Caroline Shaunessy and sophomore Christina Rombaut ended up with two points apiece in Dartmouth women's hockey's 3-2 victory over Union at Messa Rink on Friday evening.
Dartmouth women's hockey will open 2018 on the road, traveling to New York to face Union and RPI on Jan. 5-6. This is the first time the Big Green has played either team this season.
Dartmouth women's hockey ended 2017 and a nine-game homestand with a 5-2 loss to Connecticut at Thompson Arena on New Year's Eve. The Big Green are now 3-10-0, while the Huskies improved to 5-7-7.
After three weeks away from the ice, Dartmouth women's hockey will return to Thompson Arena on New Year's Eve to close the first half of the season and play its final game of 2017, taking on UConn for the first time in program history. The game against the Huskies will also close the Big Green's record nine-game homestand that had started on Nov. 4.