Dartmouth women's hockey seniors Robyn Chemago and Kennedy Ottenbreit were recognized by the Ivy League with the releasing of the 2016-17 All-Ivy Teams. Chemago was named to the second team, while Ottenbreit was an honorable mention.
Former Dartmouth women's hockey captain Laura Stacey '16 is one of three players in the Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) that has been nominated for Rookie of the Year, as announced Thursday.
At a glance their names are very similar, both beginning with O, on the score sheet this past weekend their stats are very similar. Both senior athletes scored hat-tricks to lead their teams.
Senior Kennedy Ottenbreit scored her second collegiate hat trick to help the Dartmouth women's hockey team defeat Yale, 4-1, in a dramatic season-finale at Thompson Arena on Senior Day Saturday.
In its penultimate game of the 2016-17 season, the Dartmouth women's hockey team fell to Brown, 5-2, at Thompson Arena on Friday evening.
The Dartmouth women's hockey team will close the 2016-17 season at home this weekend, hosting Yale on Friday and Brown on Senior Day the following afternoon.
A goal scored with just over a minute remaining in the third period broke a tie that had lasted through 40 minutes, lifting Union over Dartmouth at Messa Rink by a score of 2-1 on Saturday afternoon.
Senior Eleni Tebano had her first-ever three-point performance, helping the Dartmouth women's hockey team defeat Rensselaer, 4-0, at Houston Field House on Friday evening.
The Dartmouth women's hockey team will head out on the road for the final time during the regular season to play Rensselaer on Friday and Union the following afternoon. After this weekend, just two home games remain on the 2016-17 schedule.
The Dartmouth women's hockey team took fifth-ranked St. Lawrence to the wire, but a Saints' goal with 1:06 left in regulation gave the visitors a 2-1 victory Saturday afternoon at Thompson Arena.
Dartmouth women's hockey fell to No. 3/3 Clarkson, 3-3, at Thompson Arena on Friday. The Big Green are now 5-18-0 overall and 3-14-0, while the Golden Knights improved to 21-4-4 and 15-1-1.
With just six games remaining on the regular-season schedule, the Dartmouth women's hockey team will host its penultimate home games this weekend, taking on No. 3/3 Clarkson and No. 5/5 St. Lawrence on Friday and Saturday.