Tony Hao


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Third time not a charm: Green ends record-tying season

For the third straight year, the women's hockey team made it to the Frozen Four championships, but for the third straight year, the Big Green came up short in the semi-final game. Despite this year's expanded tournament field of eight teams, the Frozen Four pairings were identical to those of a season ago.


Women's hockey rolls through ECACHL quarters

With some clutch performances, Dartmouth women's hockey team swept Colgate in the opening round of the ECAC playoffs and moves on to the semifinals of the tournament. On Friday night, it was Tiffany Hagge '06 who provided the scoring.


Banged-up Big Green hosts Colgate in ECACHL quarterfinals

The loss to Harvard a month ago seemed to have broken the impenetrable armor of the Big Green scoring machine, but the lady icers say they have regrouped and are ready for their second season, which begins against Colgate this weekend. By the end of January, Dartmouth had amassed a program-best 19-1 record and seemed poised to claim the conference title.


Women's hockey closes season with back-to-back losses

Two goals down, not a problem, but three-goal deficits broke the camel's back. Dartmouth has come from being down two-goals to win several games this season, but the Big Green could not overcome 3-0 leads by Harvard and Brown on the last weekend of the regular season. On Friday night, Harvard (20-6-3, 17-1-2 ECAC) out-shot Dartmouth (23-5, 16-4 ECAC) 20 to three in the first period and staked itself to a 3-0 lead. Despite the surging efforts of the Big Green to make a miraculous comeback bid, the Crimson held on for a 4-3 final score and another conference title " its third in as many years. The Big Green dug itself into a deficit just 3:38 into the game.


Women's hockey holds on against Yale and Princeton

Dartmouth made both games over the weekend too close for comfort, but in the end, the Big Green took two wins and reclaimed a share of the conference lead. On Friday night, Dartmouth (23-3, 16-2 ECACHL) came from behind and edged by Yale with a 3-2 victory in Thompson Arena.




Big Green women's hockey trounces rivals Colgate, Cornell

The Big Green women's hockey team made things interesting this weekend, coming home from New York with another pair of wins and a still-undefeated record on the season. Thanks to Cherie Piper '06's game-winning goal with six minutes remaining in the second period, Dartmouth (7-0, 6-0 ECACHL) squeaked out a 4-3 victory over Colgate (4-6, 0-3 ECACHL) on Friday night in Starr Rink. Krista Dornfried '05 and Gillian Apps '06 quickly put the Big Green up by a pair late in the first frame, but what seemed like another blowout victory turned into a much tougher contest.


UVM suffers 27th straight loss to short-handed Dartmouth

With only 12 dressed skaters, the Dartmouth women's hockey team extended its ridiculous winning streak against University of Vermont, beating the Catamounts twice over the weekend for the 27th consecutive victory dating back to 1981. The Big Green (5-0, 4-0 ECACHL) were without juniors Gillian Apps, Tiffany Hagge and Katie Weatherston for the weekend because of national team commitments.


Weatherston hits 100 career points in win

While the rest of the campus was busy rounding up freshmen for the bonfire, No. 2 Dartmouth women's hockey burned Boston College in a convincing 7-1 victory in Thompson Arena on Friday night to open up its regular season. Junior Katie Weatherston, Dartmouth's leading scorer from a year ago, led the way for the Big Green (1-0) with a hat trick, and she added two assists late in the third period to finish with a five-point performance.