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Hockey All-American all about goals and the Hood

There was never any question that Sarah Hood '98 was a hockey fan. As a freshman, 47 hockey posters of varying sizes lined the walls of her one-room double in Topliff. Of course, today, four years later, there is no question that Sarah Hood has become a Dartmouth hockey legend. Tri-captain of her team, first team All-American, All-ECAC and All-Ivy, Sarah Devens Award winner, Ivy League Champion -- the list of honors goes on and on. But it's not just the list of awards that make Hood, a sports writer for The Dartmouth, an obvious athletic stand-out.


Providence will be first step toward ECAC championship

This is what it's all about. For the past seven years when it began, the ECAC tournament has been the climax of the season for women's hockey players. This year it's even bigger. Not only does it scream out, "We are the champions," but this year, the ECAC tournament is a stepping stone to the brand new, four-team National Championship. UNH, the winner of the ECAC this season, already holds the first ticket into the Championship.


Women's icers sees Ivy title on horizon

After a tough time at the Concordia tournament last weekend, the women's hockey team looks to pull out of its slump with two home games this weekend. In order to hold onto its first-place Ivy and second-place ECAC rank, Dartmouth has no choice. This weekend the team will meet two teams it defeated just two weeks ago.


Women's hockey must focus on now

While the competition may not be the toughest it will encounter, don't think for a second that this weekend will not be one of the biggest of the season for the women's ice hockey team. The opponents -- Princeton and Yale.



Big Green fall victim to US national team

Call it first period jitters. Whatever it was, the team that played the U.S. National women's ice hockey team in the first period last night was a completely different team from the one in rest of the game. It was largely due to this first period lapse that Dartmouth found itself down 6-0 heading into the second period.


W. Hockey takes on Olympians

This was possibly the biggest weekend in the history of the women's hockey program. And tonight, it gets bigger. Enter the Brown Bears.


Big Green women face off against USA's best

CONCORD -- Where do the loyalties lie when Dartmouth players are members of opposing teams? Such was the case this past weekend at the ECAC All-Star/US National competition, pitting the Big Green's current stars against their past ones. Dartmouth forwards Sarah Hood '98 and Jessica Clark '98 and defender Wendy Soutsos '99 traveled to Concord's Everett Arena to play on the ECAC All-Star team.