The theme this week was breaking the tie. The Big Green pulled out tiebreakers when needed for big wins in men's squash and women's hockey.
A goal scored halfway through the second period broke the tie and lifted Harvard to a 2-1 victory over Dartmouth at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center on Tuesday evening.
Coming off three home games last week, the Dartmouth women's hockey team will have an identical schedule this week, except all three contests will be on the road. The Big Green will kick things off two hours south of here against Harvard, facing the Crimson at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
The Dartmouth women's hockey team won its third game of the week, defeating Rensselaer, 2-1, in overtime at Thompson Arena on Saturday afternoon. So far this season, the Big Green are 2-0-0 in overtime contests.
The Dartmouth women's hockey team defeated Union, 2-1, at Thompson Arena on Friday evening, picking up its second victory in a row. The Big Green improved to 4-12-0 and 2-8-0 in ECAC Hockey play, while the Dutchwomen fell to 3-20-0 and 0-11-0.
Having played its final non-conference game on Tuesday, the Dartmouth women's hockey team has just 13 ECAC Hockey games before the end of the regular season. This weekend, the Big Green will play a pair of games at Thompson Arena, taking on Union at 6 p.m. on Friday and Rensselaer at 3 p.m. on Saturday.
Dartmouth women's hockey scored twice in the first period and held on to the lead throughout the remainder of the game to defeat New Hampshire, 2-1, at Thompson Arena on Tuesday evening.
After playing seven of its last eight games on the road, the Dartmouth women's hockey team will return to Thompson Arena to host three consecutive contests. On Tuesday, Jan. 10, the Big Green will play its final non-conference game of 2016-17 against New Hampshire at 7 p.m.
Senior Kennedy Ottenbreit scored her fifth goal of the season in Dartmouth's 3-1 loss to No. 8/8 Quinnipiac at the High Point Solution Arena on a very snowy Saturday evening.
The Dartmouth women's hockey team returned to the ice after almost a month away on Friday, opening the second half of the season against Princeton, falling to the Tigers, 4-0, at Hobey Baker Rink.
Dartmouth women's hockey will return to the ice for the first time in almost a month to open the second half of the season against ECAC Hockey opponents Princeton and Quinnipiac. Over the last month and a half, all but one of eight games was played on the road.
Senior Kennedy Ottenbreit scored both of the Big Green's goals in Dartmouth's 4-2 loss to Vermont at Gutterson Fieldhouse on Saturday.