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|Dartmouth Big Green women's ice hockey|
|Head coach||Laura Schuler|
2nd season, 7–21–0
|Location||Hanover, New Hampshire|
|Colors||Dartmouth Green and White|
|NCAA Tournament Frozen Four|
|2001, 2003, 2004, 2005|
|NCAA Tournament appearances|
|2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011|
|Conference Tournament championships|
|2001, 2003, 2007, 2009|
|Conference regular season championships|
|2001, 2002, 2007|
The Dartmouth Big Green women's ice hockey program represents Dartmouth College. In 2001, Dartmouth participated in the inaugural NCAA Championship tournament. Since then, they have appeared in the "Frozen Four", the semifinals of the NCAA hockey tournament, three additional times.
Dartmouth College started a women’s ice hockey program on January 7, 1978, six years after first admitting women students. The Big Green defeated Middlebury by a 6–5 score. The Big Green finished their inaugural season with 7 wins, 7 losses, and 1 tie. Against Ivy League teams, the Big Green was 1–3–1.
Big Green player Judy Parish Oberting was named to the first U.S. National Team that competed at the 1990 IIHF Women's World Championship. Oberting was named to the Ivy League's Silver Anniversary Team in 1999. In addition, she coached the Dartmouth's women's hockey team from 1998–2003.
In 1998, Sarah Hood was one of two Ivy League players named first team All-Americans. This was the first time that Ivy League women's hockey players were bestowed such an honor.
The team has won the ECAC regular season title in 2001, 2002, and 2007 and the post-season tournament in 2001, 2003, 2007, and 2009. The Big Green was the Ivy League champion 8 times (1991, 1993, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004 and 2007).
Year by year
|Won Conference Championship||Lost Conference Championship||Regular Season Conference Champions|
|Points||Conference Rank||Conference Tournament||NCAA Tournament|
|1998–99||Judy Parish Oberting||16||9||5||ECAC||14||7||5||33||Tied 5th||Won Quarterfinals vs. Brown (3–0) |
Lost Semifinals vs. Harvard (1–8)
|1999–2000||Judy Parish Oberting||21||12||0||ECAC||17||7||0||34||Tied 3rd||Won Quarterfinals vs. Providence(1–0 OT) |
Won Semifinals vs. Harvard (3–2 OT)
Lost Championship vs. Brown (3–6)
Lost Semifinals vs. Brown (2–4)
Won Third Place Game vs. Minnesota–Duluth (5–4)
|2000–01||Judy Parish Oberting||26||5||1||ECAC||20||3||1||41||1st||Won Quarterfinals vs. Niagara (3–1) |
Won Semifinals vs. Brown (3–2 OT)
Won Championship vs. Harvard (3–1)
|Lost Semifinals vs. St. Lawrence (1–3) |
Lost Third Place Game vs. Harvard (2–3)
|2001–02||Judy Parish Oberting||24||6||2||ECAC||13||3||0||26||1st||Won Quarterfinals vs. Colgate (11–1, 6–0) |
Won Semifinals vs. Harvard (4–2)
Lost Championship vs. Brown (3–4 OT)
|2002–03||Judy Parish Oberting||27||8||0||ECAC||12||4||0||24||2nd||Won Quarterfinals vs. Colgate (8–0, 8–2) |
Won Semifinals vs. Princeton (4–2)
Won Championship vs. Harvard (7–2)
|Lost Semifinals vs. Minnesota–Duluth (2–5) |
Lost Third Place Game vs. Harvard (1–3)
|2003–04||Mark Hudak||24||8||2||ECAC||14||3||1||29||3rd||Won Quarterfinals vs. Yale (3–0, 4–3) |
Lost Semifinals vs. St. Lawrence (2–4)
|Lost Semifinals vs. Minnesota (1–5) |
Lost Third Place Game vs. St. Lawrence (1–2)
|2004–05||Mark Hudak||27||8||0||ECAC||16||4||0||32||2nd||Won Quarterfinals vs. Colgate (4–0, 3–2) |
Won Semifinals vs. St. Lawrence (4–2)
Lost Championship vs. Harvard (1–4)
|Won Quarterfinals vs. Wisconsin (4–3) |
Lost Semifinals vs. Minnesota (2–7)
Lost Third Place Game vs. St. Lawrence (1–2)
|2005–06||Mark Hudak||12||13||4||ECAC||9||8||3||21||Tied 7th||Lost Quarterfinals vs. Brown (2–4, 0–3)||—|
|2006–07||Mark Hudak||27||5||2||ECAC||20||1||1||41||1st||Won Quarterfinals vs. RPI (6–3, 3–1) |
Won Semifinals vs. Colgate (4–1)
Won Championship vs. St. Lawrence (7–5)
|Lost Quarterfinals vs. Boston College (2–3 2OT)|
|2007–08||Mark Hudak||18||9||6||ECAC||13||5||4||30||3rd||Won Quarterfinals vs. Colgate (4–3, 4–2) |
Lost Semifinals vs. St. Lawrence (1–3)
|Lost Quarterfinals vs. Harvard (1–5)|
|2008–09||Mark Hudak||20||10||4||ECAC||13||5||4||30||4th||Won Quarterfinals vs. Colgate (6–7 OT, 2–1, 7–3 OT) |
Won Semifinals vs. St. Lawrence (5–2)
Won Championship vs. RPI (6–1)
|Lost Quarterfinals vs. Wisconsin (0–7)|
|2010–11||Mark Hudak||22||12||0||ECAC||15||7||0||30||3rd||Won Quarterfinals vs. Clarkson (1–4, 4–2, 4–3 OT) |
Won Semifinals vs. Harvard (4–1)
Lost Championship vs. Cornell (0–3)
|Lost Quarterfinals vs. Cornell (1–7)|
|2011–12||Mark Hudak||18||10||2||ECAC||14||6||2||30||Tied 4th||Lost Quarterfinals vs. St. Lawrence (3–4 OT, 0–2)||—|
|2012–13||Mark Hudak||16||10||5||ECAC||11||7||4||26||6th||Lost Quarterfinals vs. Harvard (0–3, 0–4)||—|
|2013–14||Mark Hudak||9||20||1||ECAC||8||13||1||17||8th||Lost Quarterfinals vs. Clarkson (0–2, 0–2)||—|
|2014–15||Mark Hudak||13||15||2||ECAC||9||11||2||20||8th||Lost Quarterfinals vs. Clarkson (0–6, 1–4)||—|
|Judy Parish Oberting||89||126||215|
|1977–78||Lea Bolling and Kathy Leggat|
|1978–79||Cinda Fernald and Nancy Wilder|
|1979–80||Janice Ellis and Holly Raths|
|1980–81||Janice Ellis and Betsy Field|
|1981–82||Meg Bailey and Anne Elizabeth Dean|
|1982–83||Anne Elizabeth Dean and Heather Roulston|
|1983–84||Paula Joyce and Julia Nye|
|1984–85||Carol Lewis and Estey Ticknor|
|1986–87||Linda Duva and Sudie Naimi|
|1987–88||Karin Clough and Nancy Toland|
|1988–89||Betsy Aldrich and Gina Gualtieri|
|1990–91||Robin Chandler and Judy Parish Oberting|
|1993–94||Kim Cohen, Kim Reid and Gretchen Ulion|
|1995–96||Michelle Erickson, Sarah Howald and Sarah Devens Honorary Captain|
|1996–97||Amy Coelho and Malaika Little|
|1997–98||Sarah Hood, Jen Lane and Emilie Schnitman|
|1998–99||Kathleen O'Keefe and Wendy Soutsos|
|1999–2000||Kristina Guarino and Carrie Sekela|
|2000–01||Kristina Guarino and Jennifer Wiehn|
|2001–02||Kristin King and Kim McCullough|
|2002–03||Correne Bredin, Carly Haggard and Lydia Wheatley|
|2003–04||Sarah Clark, Meagan Walton and Lydia Wheatley|
|2004–05||Alana BreMiller and Meagan Walton|
|2008–09||Shannon Bowman and Sarah Newnam|
|2009–10||Sarah Parsons and Jenna Cunningham|
|2015–16||Catherine Berghuis and Laura Stacey|
|2016–17||Mackenzie St. Onge|
|Gillian Apps||2006 Winter Olympics||Canada||Gold|
|Gillian Apps||2010 Winter Olympics||Canada||Gold|
|Gillian Apps||2014 Winter Olympics||Canada||Gold|
|Kristin King||2006 Winter Olympics||United States||Bronze|
|Sarah Parsons||2006 Winter Olympics||United States||Bronze|
|Cherie Piper||2002 Winter Olympics||Canada||Gold|
|Cherie Piper||2006 Winter Olympics||Canada||Gold|
|Cherie Piper||2010 Winter Olympics||Canada||Gold|
|Rachel Rochat||2006 Winter Olympics||Switzerland|
|Sarah Tueting||1998 Winter Olympics||United States||Gold|
|Sarah Tueting||2002 Winter Olympics||United States||Silver|
|Gretchen Ulion||1998 Winter Olympics||United States||Gold|
|Katie Weatherston||2006 Winter Olympics||Canada||Gold|
Awards and honors
- Gillian Apps, 2007: Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, ECAC Player of the Year, Ivy League Player of the Year, AWHCA All-America
- Correne Bredin, 2001 AWHCA All-America, First Team All-ECAC, First Team All-Ivy. 2003 AWHCA All-America, First Team All-Ivy.
- George Crowe, 1996 ECAC Co-coach of the year, 2004 Joe Burke Award,
- Jenna Cunningham, 2009 First Team All-Ivy
- Sarah Devens, 1993: ECAC Rookie of the Year, Ivy League Rookie of the Year
- Carly Haggard, 2000: ECAC Rookie of the Year, Ivy League Rookie of the Year. 2002: Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, ECAC Player of the Year, Ivy League Player of the Year, AWHCA All-America. 2003: Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, First Team All-ECAC.
- Sarah Hood, 1997: First Team All-Ivy. 1998: Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, Sarah Devens Award, AWHCA All-America, First Team All-ECAC, First Team All-Ivy
- Sarah Howald, 1996 First Team All-Ivy
- Kristin King, 2001 First Team All-Ivy, 2002 First Team All-Ivy
- Judy Parish Oberting, 1988: First Team All-ECAC, First Team All-Ivy, ECAC Rookie of the Year. 1989 First Team All-Ivy. 1990 First Team All-Ivy
- Sarah Parsons, 2007: ECAC Rookie of the Year, Ivy League Rookie of the Year. 2010 First Team All-Ivy
- Cherie Piper, 2005 Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist
- 9 Sanders, 1983 Ivy League Rookie of the Year, 1985 First Team All-Ivy
- Estey Ticknor, 1982 Ivy League Rookie of the Year, 1984 First Team All-Ivy, 1985 First Team All-Ivy
- Sarah Tueting, 1995: First Team All-ECAC, Ivy League Rookie of the Year
- Gretchen Ulion, 1991: Ivy League Rookie of the Year. 1992: First Team All-Ivy. 1993: Ivy League Player of the Year, First Team All-ECAC. 1994: Ivy League Player of the Year.
- Katie Weatherston, 2005 AWHCA All-America, 2007 ECAC Tournament Most Valuable Player,
New England hockey awards
- Mark Hudak, 2010–11 New England Women's Coach of the Year
- Kelly Foley, 2010–11 New England Women's Division I All-Stars
- Amy Ferguson, NCAA leader, 2000–01 season, Goalie winning percentage, .867
- Carly Haggard, NCAA leader, 2001–02 season, Points per game, 2.22
- Carly Haggard, NCAA leader, 2001–02 season, Goals per game, 1.16
Big Green players in professional hockey
|Gillian Apps||Brampton Thunder||CWHL|
|Kim Malcher||Mississauga Chiefs||CWHL|
|Cherie Piper||Mississauga Chiefs||CWHL|
|Katie Weatherston||Montreal Stars||CWHL|
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