HANOVER, N.H.  –  After the most successful season in program history, the Dartmouth softball team handed out three awards at its postseason brunch at the Norwich Inn over Memorial Day Weekend.

Senior co-captain Kara Curosh was awarded with the ‘Tough as Nails’ Award. Presented annually to the player who best exemplified a competitive spirit and maintained a high level of focus, effort and intensity in all aspects of their conduct throughout the course of the season. Curosh finished her Dartmouth career with an All-Ivy nod in 2014, earning Second-Team honors.

Senior Alex St. Romain was named the Big Green Award winner. This accolade is presented annually to an outstanding player who, by the vote of the coaching staff, has exemplified and maintained the highest degree of sportsmanship, character, spirit and values of Big Green Softball.

The final award handed out was the Most Valuable Player Award, given this year to junior Kristen Rumley, who was deemed to have made the most significant contribution to the success of the team. It was another career year for the Big Green ace, who was named the Ivy League Pitcher of the Year and NFCA Division I All-Region selection.