The Dartmouth women's hockey team fell to ECAC Hockey rival Cornell, 2-1, at Lynah Rink on Saturday afternoon. Senior Kennedy Ottenbreit scored with 40 seconds remaining in regulation to cut the Big Red's lead to one, but time elapsed before the Big Green could find the back of the net again.
After trailing by two halfway through the second, the Dartmouth women's hockey team made it a one-goal game, but was unable to get a second, falling to No. 7/7 Colgate, 2-1, at the Class of 1965 Arena on Friday afternoon.
The day after returning from a two-game series with Maine, the Dartmouth women's hockey team is packing up and heading out for its second weekend on the road, this time heading to New York for a pair of ECAC Hockey games against Colgate and Cornell.
The night after shutting out Maine, the Dartmouth women's hockey team suffered a 3-2 loss at the hands of the Black Bears in the second of the team's two-game series on Tuesday evening.
After two weeks away from competition, the Dartmouth women's hockey team returned to the ice in dramatic fashion, defeating Maine by a score of 4-0 in the first of two games against the Black Bears at the Harold Alfond Arena on Monday evening.
Having played just two games so far this month, the Dartmouth women's hockey team will return to the ice after two weeks away to take on Maine in a pair of road contests on Nov. 28-29. Seven of the Big Green's next eight games will be played on the road.
Men's Soccer is going to the post-season while women's hockey gets first win of the season with the help of this week's Athletes of the Week.
Dartmouth senior Robyn Chemago was named the ECAC Hockey Women's Goaltender of the Week, as announced by the league office on Tuesday.
A backhand shot by senior Eleni Tebano with 57.7 seconds remaining in overtime lifted the Dartmouth women's hockey team over No. 10/10 Princeton, 3-2. The victory gives the Big Green their first win of the 2016-17 season, while Laura Schuler also got her first win as head coach of the program.
The Dartmouth women's hockey team fell to No. 8/8 Quinnipiac, 2-1, at Thompson Arena on Friday evening.
After taking a week away from the ice, the Dartmouth women's hockey team will return to Thompson Arena for a pair of ECAC Hockey games this weekend, taking on No. 5/8 Quinnipiac on Friday and No. 10/10 Princeton on Saturday.
Dartmouth women's hockey head coach Laura Schuler, last year's captain Laura Stacey '16 and the Canadian National Women's Team earned silver at the 2016 Four Nations Cup, which concluded on Saturday afternoon.