||at Princeton 2/25/12
||vs. Princeton, 2/5/11
||4x, last at Princeton, 2/25/12|
||3x, last at Penn, 2/24/12
|| at Columbia, 2/2/12
||vs. Yale 2/13/10
|10+ Point Games||27|
|10+ Rebound Games||11|
Senior (2011-12): Played in 28 games with 19 starts, starting the last 12 games of the season ... Concluded the season ranked No. 6 on Dartmouth's all-time blocked shots list with 127 rejections ... Averaged 8.7 points (244 total) and 5.2 rebounds (146 total) per game ... Was in double-figures in 11 games, including eight of Dartmouth's final 11 games ... Posted a career-best 21 points against Princeton (2/25) ... Tallied her first double-double of the season against Princeton with 15 points and 12 rebounds (2/10) ...Also recorded a double-double in a win over Cornell (3/2) with 15 points and 12 rebounds ... Four games with double-figure rebounds ... Her 8.7 points and 5.2 rebounds were second-best on the Dartmouth squad ... For the second consecutive season, she averaged 1.3 blocks per game, second best for the Big Green and in the Ivy League ... Season-high four blocks in a win at Columbia (2/3) ... Showcased her long range skills with seven triples ... One of two Dartmouth players to average in double-figures in Ivy League games, with 12.7 points per game in league action.
Junior (2010-11): Played in all 28 games with 13 starts during her junior season ... Averaged 8.0 points per game (225 total) and 5.4 rebounds per game (150 total) ... Posted 12 games in double figures, including in each of the last three games if the season ... Hit a career-best 19 rebounds against Princeton (2/5) ... Her 19 rebounds were tops for a Dartmouth player in 2010-11 ... Also pulled down 12 rebounds against Holy Cross (1/2) ... Posted her second career double-double with a career-best 19 rebounds and 13 points against Wagner (12/30) ... Hit four three-point field goals on the season, including two triples against Cornell (1/28) ... Led the team in blocked shots (1.8 per game) ... Ranked fourth on the team in rebounding average (5.4 per game) ... Was perfect from the free throw line on three occasions ... Led the Ivy League in blocked shots (1.82) and 12th in the Ivy League in rebounding (5.4) ... In Ivy League games only, ranked 10th in rebounding (5.9).
Sophomore (2009-10): Ivy League Player of the Week (Feb. 22) ... Dartmouth Athlete of the Week (Jan. 20, Feb. 24) ... Averaged 7.6 points and 6.0 rebounds per game ... Scored 12 points and grab seven rebounds at Brown (2/27) ... Posted her first career double-double with 12 points, 10 rebounds at Cornell (2/20) ... Drained a career-high 19 points along with nine rebounds and three blocks at Columbia, (2/19) ... Hauled in a career-high 13 rebounds along with seven points and three assists in a career-high 43 minutes against Yale (2/13) ... Dominated against Brown with 17 points and nine rebounds along with two assists (2/12) ... Hauled in a game-high 13 rebounds against Pac-10 foe USC (12/19) ... Scored 18 points on 7-13 shooting against Stony Brook (12/11) ... Made her first career start and was solid at Vermont (11/25) tallying 11 rebounds and nine points in 27 minutes ... Logged 12 minutes off the bench against Hartford (11/22) ... Tallied four points, two boards and a steal ... Scored seven points and grabbed four rebounds in the season-opener against Bryant (11/14).
Freshman (2008-09): Came up big in the first half against Harvard (3/10) ... Posted two points and two boards in three minutes in the NCAA-clinching win ... Added two points and a rebound in the Ivy Title-clinching win over Brown (3/7) ... Was efficient in six critical minutes against Bryant (1/24) pulling down three rebounds and grabbing a block and a steal, when the starting posts had foul trouble ... Added four points in eight minutes off the bench against Holy Cross (1/4) ... Came off the bench and posted three rebounds and two points in just three minutes of work at SMU (12/16) ... Added two points and four rebounds in a season-high 10 minutes against Michigan State (11/22) ... Made her first collegiate appearance in the season-opener at Hartford (11/15).
High School: Came to Dartmouth after an impressive four-year career at the Kent School in Kent, Conn ... After earning Most Improved Player honors as a rookie, Dosenko took it up a notch, earning three-straight Most Valuable Player awards her sophomore through seniors seasons ... A three-time Founders League All-Star honoree and earned All New England accolades all three years ... Dosenko led her Kent School team to the NEPSAC Championship her senior year after a final-four appearance in 2007 and was the Class A Tournament MVP ... She was also a standout member of the cross country and rowing teams at Kent.
International: Spent part of the summer competing in the U-20 European Championships with the Ukranian National Team ... Biggest accomplishments have come on the national stage where she has been a member of the Ukranian National team since 2004 ... With the U-16 National Team she helped the Ukraine to a first place finish in the Division B Euro Championships in 2004 and a seventh place finish when it moved up to Division A in 2005 ... Her U-18 team also won the Division B Euro title in 2006 and the Division A team took fifth in 2007.
Off Court: Lived most of her life in her native Ukraine but attended high school in the U.S. at the Kent School in Connecticut ... Has been a staple on the Ukranian National Team at the U-16, U-18 and U-20 levels ... Spent the spring of her sophomore year studying in France
Personal: Born June 23, 1989 in Minsk, Belarus ... Parents are Valeriy and Nadzeya Dosenko ... Father was member of the USSR Olympic Rowing team from 1986-92 and her mother was a member of the team from 1986-88.