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Dartmouth men's hockey will take on in-state rival University of New Hampshire on Saturday at the Verizon Center in Manchester, N.H.

Men's and women's hockey to face in-state rival UNH

Tilman Dette / The Dartmouth Senior Staff The Dartmouth women's and men's hockey teams will both face in-state rival University of New Hampshire this weekend. The Big Green women (12-5-2, 9-3-2 ECAC Hockey) are ranked No.




Peisch '11 and Hood '12 represent U.S. at Pan-American Cup

Dartmouth field hockey players Virginia Peisch '11 and Kelly Hood '12 came home with silver medals last week after representing the United States at the 2008 Indoor Pan-American Cup, held in San Juan, Argentina. With the encouragement of Dartmouth associate head coach Andy Smith, the players traveled to Pennsylvania earlier in the year to attend open tryouts and were ultimately chosen for the national squad. The team of roughly 20 players was announced after a number of practices over the summer.


Men's and women's rugby qualify for Nationals next spring

Successful 2008 seasons for Dartmouth's rugby programs culminated with both the women and men's teams earning bids to their respective national tournaments in the spring. Dartmouth women's rugby closed its season with an impressive win against fourth-seeded Vassar College to take third place at the Northeast Rugby Union finals on Sunday, Nov.



Field hockey drops final game at Cornell, finishes 3rd in Ivies

Neither captain Ashley Hines'09's goal in the final second of the game nor Virginia Peisch '11's record-breaking pair of assists was enough to give the Dartmouth women's field hockey team a win over Ivy rival Cornell. The Big Green (6-11, 4-3 Ivy) fell to the Big Red (11-5, 6-1 Ivy), 3-2, in Ithaca, N.Y.


Virginia Peisch '11 tied the Dartmouth record for assists in a single season, notching two on Saturday to bring her total to 14 as Dartmouth won 3-2.

Field Hockey earns third win in overtime at Columbia

Chris Parker / The Dartmouth Staff Dartmouth's women's field hockey team was able to pull out its third Ivy League win of the season on Saturday as it outlasted Columbia University in New York, winning 3-2 in overtime. While the Big Green never trailed in the game, it was far from one-sided as the Lions (10-4, 1-4 Ivy) stayed strong throughout regulation and the 12 minutes of overtime before Meghan Everett '12 sealed the Dartmouth victory. The goal came when captain Kristen McCormick '09 guided a pass across the field and through the Columbia defense to Everett, who did not think twice, putting away the goal in the lower corner and making the Lions pay for their mishap.