HANOVER, N.H. – With the announcement of the 2013 NCAA Tournament field on Sunday night, Dartmouth women’s lacrosse head coach head coach Amy Patton heard her team selected for the 13th time in her tenure with the Big Green.

In this latest installment of “Coach’s Corner with Amy Patton”, the 21-year head-coaching veteran talks about her team’s upcoming weekend in Central New York against Boston College and possibly Syracuse in the first two rounds of the national postseason.

The Big Green recently dropped a heartbreaker against Penn on Sunday in Philadelphia in the Ivy League Tournament Championship Game, 10-7, after dispatching Princeton, 11-10, in double overtime of a semifinals meeting two days earlier.

Other topics in this week’s show include a strong Ivy League showing in the field, the experience of the upperclassmen in postseason play and how competing in the conference tournament can prepare the team for this weekend’s schedule format.

Dartmouth and Boston College play Friday at SU Soccer Stadium with the opening draw set for 4 p.m. The winner will move on to play the hosts from Syracuse on Sunday at 3 p.m.