2010–11 Dartmouth Big Green women's ice hockey season

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2010–11 Dartmouth Big Green women's ice hockey season
Runner-up, ECAC Tournament
NCAA Regionals, Lost, 7–1 vs. Cornell
Conference 3 ECAC
Home ice Thompson Arena
Rankings
USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine 8
Record
Overall 22–12–0
Coaches and Captains
Head Coach Mark Hudak
Assistant Coaches Sara Simard
Gabe Tash
Holley Tyng
Captain(s) Katie Horner
Alternate captain(s) Jenna Hobeika, Kelly Foley, Reagan Fischer

The 2010–11 Dartmouth women's ice hockey team represented Dartmouth College in the 2010–11 NCAA Division I women's ice hockey season. In the regular season, the Big Green were 19–9–0 overall and 15–7–0 in the ECAC.

Offseason[edit]

  • July 23: Former Dartmouth player Sarah Howald is named new head coach of Hockey Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 Team.[1]
  • September 15: Head coach Mark Hudak announced that senior defenseman Katie Horner is named the 64th captain in the history of the Big Green women's hockey program.[2]
  • September 20: Big Green head coach Mark Hudak is named as one of two assistant coaches for the U.S. Women's Select Team. The team competes in the 2010 Women's Four Nations Cup from November 8–14, in St. Johns, Newfoundland.[3]

Recruiting[edit]

Player Nationality Position Notes
Ali Winkel  Canada Forward Competed for the Toronto Jr. Aeros of the Provincial Women's Hockey League
Lauren Kelly  Canada Defense Was a member of the Oakville Ice in the Provincial Women's Hockey League
Ellie Gleason  United States Defense Competed in ice hockey for four years at Edina High School and was the team captain as a senior
Lindsay Holcroft  United States Goaltender Awarded the Female Athlete of the Year Award at North Allegheny High School

Exhibition[edit]

Date Opponent Score
Oct. 22 McGill 2-3[4]

Regular season[edit]

  • November 13–14: Sasha Nanji has two game-winning goals in two consecutive games. On November 13, she registers a hat trick versus Princeton as the Big Green triumph by a 3–2 mark in overtime. The following day, the Big Green plays Quinnipiac and Nanji has two points, including the game-winning goal in overtime in a 4–3 win.[5]
  • For the week beginning January 14, 2011, Camille Dumais accumulates six points (three goals, three assists) in three victories. In a win versus Vermont, she registers one goal and two assists. Versus Union, she scores one goal, and then has a two point game versus RPI. Freshman goalie Lindsay Holdcroft wins three consecutive games. During the streak, she has a goals against average of 0.67, a save percentage of .947 and makes a total of 65 saves. She plays 180 minutes and registers a shutout versus RPI.
  • January 22, 2011: The Big Green shutout Rensselaer by a 3–0 mark at Thompson Arena, including two power play goals and an empty netter. It is the third straight win for Dartmouth, and improves the team to 12–8–0 overall and 8–6–0 in the conference. Lindsay Holdcroft earns the win and the shutout for the Big Green, making nine saves.[6]
  • January 28–29: Lindsay Holdcroft makes 51 saves, allows only one goal and records a shutout in two victories. The Big Green have five straight wins as the squad moves into third in the ECAC. In the five victories, Holdcroft allows only three goals. In her rookie season, she has three shutouts.
  • February 11–12: Lindsay Holdcroft wins both games she played in. Versus St. Lawrence, she makes a career high 38 saves in a 3–2 win over St. Lawrence. The following day, she makes 19 saves in a 3–1 win over Clarkson.
  • February 19: The Dartmouth women's hockey plays its final game of the regular season and defeats Colgate 4–3. The Big Green took a 3–0 lead six minutes into the second period. Erica Dobos opens the scoring with her fifth goal of the season. Jenna Hobeika scores her ninth goal of the season three minutes into the second period, followed by Kelly Foley three minutes later for her 17th of the season. Camille Dumais scores the game-winning goal after a quick pass from senior Amanda Trunzo. Lindsay Holdcroft finishes with 24 saves for her 15th win of the season.[7]

Standings[edit]

Conference Overall
GP W L T PTS GF GA GP W L T GF GA
#2 Cornell†* 22 20 1 1 41 35 31 3 1
Harvard 22 14 5 3 31 32 17 11 4
Dartmouth 22 15 7 0 30 8 5 3 0
Princeton 22 13 8 1 27 31 16 14 1
Quinnipiac 22 12 9 1 25 37 22 12 3
Clarkson 22 10 8 4 24 37 14 17 6
St. Lawrence 22 11 11 0 22 7 4 3 0
Rensselaer 22 8 12 2 18 9 4 3 1
Colgate 22 8 12 2 18 33 11 19 3
Yale 22 8 12 2 18 29 9 17 3
Brown 22 1 17 4 6 29 2 23 4
Union 22 1 19 2 4 34 2 29 3
Championship: Cornell
indicates conference regular season champion
* indicates conference tournament champion
Current rankings: USCHO.com Division I women's poll

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Schedule[edit]

Date Opponent Location Time Score Record Big Green scorers
Fri, Oct 29 BROWN * Hanover, N.H. 4:30 pm 4-2 1–0–0 Sasha Nanji, Camille Dumais, Kelly Foley, Katie Horner[9]
Sat, Oct 30 YALE * Hanover, N.H. 4:00 pm 4–1 2–0–0
Fri, Nov 05 Colgate * at Hamilton, N.Y. 7:00 pm 6–2 3–0–0
Sat, Nov 06 Cornell * at Ithaca, N.Y. 4:00 pm 1–6 3–1–0
Fri, Nov 12 Princeton * at Princeton, N.J. 7:00 pm 3–2 (OT) 4–1–0
Sat, Nov 13 Quinnipiac * at Hamden, Conn. 4:00 pm 4–3 (OT) 5–1–0
Tue, Nov 16 PROVIDENCE Hanover, N.H. 7:00 pm 3–2 6–1–0
Fri, Nov 19 Harvard * at Cambridge, Mass. 7:00 pm 3–5 6–2–0
Sat, Nov 20 HARVARD * Hanover, N.H. 7:00 pm 2–3 6–3–0
Wed, Nov 24 Boston College at Chestnut Hill, Mass. 7:00 pm 2–4 6–4–0
Sat, Dec 11 New Hampshire at Durham, N.H. 2:00 pm 0–1
Sat, Jan 01 Connecticut Hanover, N.H. 9–2
Sun, Jan 2 Connecticut Hanover, N.H. 5–0
Fri, Jan 07 Rensselaer * at Troy, N.Y. 2–5
Sat, Jan 08 Union at Schenectady, N.Y. 4–1
Fri, Jan 14 Clarkson Hanover, N.H. 2–3 (OT)
Sat, Jan 15 ST. LAWRENCE * Hanover, N.H. 2–4
Tue, Jan 18 Vermont at Burlington, Vt. 5–1
Fri, Jan 21 Union Hanover, N.H. 5–1
Sat, Jan 22 RENSSELAER * Hanover, N.H. 3–0
Fri, Jan 28 Yale at New Haven, Conn. 2–1
Sat. Jan 29 Brown at Providence, RI 6–0
Fri, Feb 04 QUINNIPIAC * Hanover, N.H. 0–4 None
Sat, Feb 05 Princeton Hanover, N.H. 7–0 Reagan Fischer, Jessica Gagner, Alyssa Boehm, Kelly Foley, Amanda Trunzo, Jenna Hobeika (2)[10]
Fri, Feb 11 St. Lawrence * at Canton, N.Y. 3–2 Kelly Foley (2), Moira Scanlon[11]
Sat, Feb 12 Clarkson * at Potsdam, N.Y. 3–1 Reagan Fischer, Sasha Nanji, Kelly Foley[12]
Fri, Feb 18 Cornell * Hanover, NH 4–2 Kelly Foley (2), Geneva Kilman, Camille Dumais[13]
Sat, Feb 19 Colgate * Hanover, NH 4–3 Erica Dobos, Jenna Hobeika, Kelly Foley, Camille Dumais[14]

Conference record[edit]

CHA school Record
Brown 2–0–0
Clarkson 1–1–0
Colgate 2–0–0
Cornell 1–1–0
Harvard 0–2–0
Quinnipiac 1–1–0
Princeton 2–0–0
RPI 1–1–0
St. Lawrence 1–1–0
Union 2–0–0
Yale 2–0–0

Player stats[edit]

= Indicates team leader

Skaters[edit]

Player Games Goals Assists Points Points/game PIM GWG PPG SHG

Goaltenders[edit]

Player Games Played Minutes Goals Against Wins Losses Ties Shutouts Save %

Postseason[edit]

ECAC tournament[edit]

Date Opponent Score
February 27 Clarkson 4–3, OT
March 3 Harvard 4–1
March 5 Cornell 0–3

NCAA Tournament[edit]

Date Opponent Score
March 12 Cornell 1–7

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Camille Dumais, ECAC MLX Skates Player of the Week (Week of January 25, 2011)
  • Lindsay Holdcroft, ECAC MLX Skates Rookie of the Week (Week of January 4, 2011)
  • Lindsay Holdcroft, ECAC MLX Skates Rookie of the Week (Week of January 25, 2011)
  • Lindsay Holdcroft, MLX Skates Goalie of the Week (Week of February 22, 2011)
  • Lindsay Holdcroft, Dartmouth Female Athlete of the Week (Week of January 31, 2011) [15]
  • Lindsay Holdcroft, MLX Skates Goalie of the Week (Week of February 15, 2011)[16]
  • Lindsay Holdcroft, MLX Skates Goalie of the Week (Week of February 22, 2011)
  • Sasha Nanji, Dartmouth, ECAC MLX Skates Player of the Week, (Week of November 16) [5]
  • Amanda Trunzo, ECAC MLX Skates Player of the Week, (Week of February 22, 2011)[17]

All-Ivy honors[edit]

  • Kelly Foley, 2010–11 First Team All-Ivy
  • Amanda Trunzo, 2010–11 Second Team All-Ivy
  • Sasha Nanji, 2010–11 Honorable Mention All-Ivy
  • Lindsay Holdcroft, 2010–11 Honorable Mention All-Ivy[18]

New England hockey awards[edit]

  • Mark Hudak, 2010–11 New England Women's CoachPlayer of the Year[19]
  • Kelly Foley, 2010–11 New England Women's Division I All-Stars

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sarah Howald ’96 Named Head Coach of Canadian Women’s U-18 Team - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 
  2. ^ "Dartmouth Women's Hockey Announces Captain and 2010 Schedule - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 
  3. ^ "Mark Hudak Named An Assistant Coach for U.S. Women's Select Team - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 
  4. ^ McGill Athletics & Recreation – Won 3-2 at Dartmouth (EXHIBITION). Mcgill.ca (2010-10-01). Retrieved on 2011-01-18.
  5. ^ a b "ECAC Hockey Mobile". Ecachockey.com. 2010-11-16. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 
  6. ^ "Women's Hockey Blanks RPI, 3-0 - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 
  7. ^ http://www.dartmouthsports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=48905&SPID=4726&DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=205099573&DB_OEM_ID=11600
  8. ^ 2010–11 Standings, ecachockey.com
  9. ^ http://www.uscho.com/box/womens-hockey/2010/10/29/brown-vs-dartmouth/
  10. ^ http://collegehockeystats.net/1011/boxes/wdarprn1.f05
  11. ^ http://collegehockeystats.net/1011/boxes/wdarstl1.f11
  12. ^ http://collegehockeystats.net/1011/boxes/wclkdar1.f12
  13. ^ http://collegehockeystats.net/1011/boxes/wcordar1.f18
  14. ^ http://collegehockeystats.net/1011/boxes/wclgdar1.f19
  15. ^ "ECAC Hockey Mobile". Ecachockey.com. 2011-02-02. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 
  16. ^ "ECAC Hockey Mobile" (PDF). Ecachockey.com. Retrieved 2011-02-17. 
  17. ^ http://www.ecachockey.com/women/2010-11/Weekly_Awards/Womens_Weekly_Awards_02_22.pdf
  18. ^ http://www.ivyleaguesports.com/sports/wice/2010-11/releases/Womens_Ice_Hockey_All-Ivy_--_2011
  19. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-09-20. Retrieved 2016-02-03. 

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