2014 (Senior): Became the first Dartmouth player to earn unanimous All-Ivy League First Team honors in three seasons...Named to the NFHCA All-Northeast Region First Team for the third straight season...Appeared and started in all 17 games...Finished the season with 10 goals and 27 points...Led the team in both goals and points, while her seven assists were second on the team...Scored all five of Dartmouth's game-winning goals, leading the Ivy League in the category...Served as one of the team's tri-captains...Her first point of the season came via an assist on a corner play at No. 14 Nothwestern on Sept. 5...Netted her first tally of the season in the team's home-opening loss to Pacific on Sept. 9...Became the 4th player in Dartmouth history to reach 100 career points with two goals and an assist for a five-point day in a 6-1 win against Brown on Sept. 27...Scored two goals against Bryant, including the game winner in OT. The second goal was the 42nd of her career, moving alone into third all-time at Dartmouth...Was named the Ivy League Player of the Week for her play against the Bears and Bulldogs...Scored another two goals against Penn on Oct. 4 as part of a 5-3 win, her third straight game with a pair of tallies. Also added an assist in the game for five points...Assisted on both of janine Leger's goals on Oct. 7 at Maine...Scored her second OT winner of the season at home against Holy Cross on Oct. 13 to give Dartmouth a 5-4 come-from-behind win. Also picked up an assist on Clare Detrick-Yee's first career goal earlier in the game...Found the back of the net twice against Yale at home on Oct. 18 as part of the 4-2 Dartmouth victory. The first goal of the game proved to be her fifth winner of the season...Capped her season with an assist — the final point of her career — on a Brooke Van Valkenburg penalty corner goal at Cornell on Nov. 8.
2013 (Junior): Named a unanimous First-Team All-Ivy League selection for the second year in a row...Named to the NFHCA All-Northeast Region First Team...Finished the year tied for first in the Ivy League with 39 points and second in goals with 15. Both figures rank amongst the best in Dartmouth's single-season history...Started in all 17 games...Posted four hat tricks during the season, tying a Dartmouth record as well as the career mark with six in her first three years... Notched an assist in the season-opening loss at Cal on Sept. 6...Recorded her third career hat trick and added an assist for a seven-point effort againats UC Davis on Cal's homefield on Sept. 8. The seven points rank as her second-best single-game output in her collegiate career to date...Named the Ivy League Player of the Week for the third time in her career for her play against UC Davis...Scored the team's lone goal in a 7-1 loss to Princeton on Sept. 21...Had an assists against Bryant on Sept. 25, setting up Maggie Scanlon for the Big Green's first goal of the day...Assisted on the first goal of the game at Brown on Sept. 28 at Brown...Registered her second hat trick of the 2013 season on Sept. 29 against Holy Cross...Added an assists against the Crusaders for seven points, matching her season high after her three goals and one assist vs. UC Davis...Picked up her sixth assist of the season as she set up Maggie Scanlon for the lone Dartmouth goal of the game on Oct. 4 at No. 16 Drexel...Registered the third hat trick of the season and the fifth of her career on Oct. 6 at Penn in a 5-4 overtime loss...Scored two goals at Yale in a 4-3 loss on Oct. 19...Assisted on one of Sam Anderson's three goals at Vermont on Oct. 23...Recorded her record-tying fourth hat trick at home against Columbia on Oct. 27, adding an assist in the game to tie her career high of seven points...Her final point of the season came at Harvard on Nov. 2 with an assist.
2012 (Sophomore): Played in all 17 games, making 16 starts in the process…Led the team in scoring with 26 points on 10 goals and six assists…Named to the All-Ivy League First Team as one of four players from across the conference to earn a unanimous selection…Was named the Ivy League Player of the Week on consecutive occasions…Selected to the 2012 Longstretch/NFHCA Division I All-Northeast Region First Team…Her 10 goals ranked as the top figure on the team, while her helpers were second. Both figures were good for fifth overall in the league…Tied for the team lead with two game winners, including one in Ivy League play…Also led the team with five goals, four assists and 14 points against Ivy teams…Was one goal shy of the Dartmouth record as she found the back of the cage four times in a 6-1 win over Vermont on Oct. 17, finishing with a career-high eight points; the most by any Dartmouth player during the season…Scored two goals against Yale on Oct. 13…After a stretch of five games without a point, she recorded at least one in 10 of the final 12 contests.
2011 (Freshman): Named Second Team All-Ivy...Earned a league-high three Ivy League Rookie of the Week honors...Scored the game-winning goal in both of the team's two overtime games in 2011, including the season finale against Cornell on 11/6 just 48 seconds into the extra frame...The other winner came in a conference game at Brown on 9/24...Led the Ivy League with four game-winning goals in all in just her first season in Hanover...After scoring just once in the first four games of the year, Savage went on a tear with 11 goals in the final 12 contests of 2011...Scored her first career hat trick against Bryant at home on 9/18 as part of a 5-2 Dartmouth win...Played in 16 of the team's 17 games, making 11 starts...Finished the season with 12 goals and three assists for 27 points, which ranked tied for third in the Ivy League...Her 1.69 points per game ranked third in the league as did her 12 goals.
Before Dartmouth: Played five years of field hockey as well as participating in swimming, skiing and water polo ... Played for the New South Wales state team ... Played in the Sydney Metro Premier Division ... Helped team to the IASSA Schools Joint Premiership from 2008 to 2010.
Personal: Alexandra (Ali) Jane Savage was born in Orange, New South Wales on June 3, 1992 ... Daughter of Matthew and Lisa Savage ... Has one brother and one sister ... Interested in studying medicine or health sciences while at Dartmouth ... Was born and raised in regional Australia, New South Wales ... Is a very talented and accomplished horsewoman ... Enjoys spending time with children.
SAVAGE'S CAREER STATISTICS