Each week during the summer months, DartmouthSports.com will be running a segment on the women's basketball page called Tuesday Women's Basketball Trivia. We'll ask each player one question a week and you can learn the inside scoop on the women's basketball team. Happy Reading!

What has been your most memorable trip as a member of the Dartmouth women's basketball team?

Tia Dawson (Sophomore): I would probably have to say our trip to California. I've always wanted to go there and being able to participate in the Segway tours was probably one of the top things I've done in my life, although I did fall off and run over my foot:(

Faziah Steen (Senior): My sophomore year on the Cornell trip, the then-freshman class made a video where they rapped verses about everyone on the team. It was hilarious and much needed comic relief for that six-hour drive back to campus.

Abbey Schmitt (Sophomore): My most memorable trip was our trip to California over winter break.  First of all, it was nice to get a break from the freezing cold weather in Hanover.  Even better, we got great game experience by playing an amazing Cal team.  My favorite part of the trip was getting to take a Segway tour around San Francisco.  Now I can check riding a Segway off my bucket list!  

Kamala Thompson (Sophomore): Going to California and riding the Segway.

Milica Toskovic (Sophomore): Most memorable thus far was definitely our trip to Cali this year. I had the opportunity to play in front of my friends and family at the Long Beach State game. I think that might be the last time I am able to play in front of them (unless we travel to Cali again:). Initially I wasn't sure if I'd be ale to play due to injury but fortunately things worked out in my favor.

Nicola Zimmer (Junior): My most memorable trip was going to California. We played a couple high-caliber teams and ate a lot of great food. The weather was perfect.

Eve Zelinger (Junior): Playing in front of my family, friends, and high school coaches in northern California at Berkeley this winter was one of the highlights of my career thus far.