Dartmouth Big Green women's ice hockey

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Dartmouth Big Green women's ice hockey
Current season
Dartmouth Big Green women's ice hockey athletic logo
University Dartmouth College
Conference ECAC
Head coach Mark Hudak
7th year, 140–67–20
Arena Thompson Arena
Location Hanover, New Hampshire
Colors Dartmouth green and White
           
NCAA Tournament Frozen Four
2003, 2004, 2005
NCAA Tournament Appearances
2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011
Conference Tournament Champions
2001, 2003, 2007, 2009

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 times.

History[edit]

Dartmouth College would welcome women’s ice hockey on January 7, 1978. The Big Green would defeat Middlebury by a 6–5 score. The Big Green would finish their inaugural season with 7 wins, 7 losses, and 1 tie. Against Ivy League teams, the Big Green were 1–3–1.[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, would be named to the Ivy League's Silver Anniversary Team in 1999. In addition, she would coach the Dartmouth's women's hockey team from 1998–2003.[2]

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 ECACH title in 2001, 2003, 2007, 2009 and the Ivy title 8 times (1991, 1993, 1995, 1998, 2001, 2002, 2004 & 2007).[3]

Year by year[edit]

Won Championship Lost Championship Regular Season Conference Champions
Year Coach W L T Conference Conf.
W
Conf.
L
Conf.
T
Points Conference Rank Conf. Tournament NCAA Tournament
1998–99 Judy 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 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)
AWCHA
Lost Semifinals vs. Brown (2–4)
Won Third Place Game vs. Minnesota–Duluth (5–4)
2000–01 Judy 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 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 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 21 ECAC 9 8 3 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)
2009–10 Mark Hudak 12 14 2 ECAC 9 12 1 19 9th
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)

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Career stats[edit]

Points[edit]

Player Games Played Goals Assists Points Penalty Minutes
Gretchen Ulion 189 123 312
Judy Parrish 215
Carly Haggard 203
Lori Jacobs 200
Katie Weatherston[5] 124 113 72 189 74
Cherie Piper 99 60 105 165 169
Gillian Apps [6] 113 90 68 158 281
Sarah Parsons[7] 119 64 90 154 46
Sarah Hood 147
Sarah Howald 146
Kim Cohen 144
Correne Bredin 137
Estey Ticknor 133
Tiffany Hagge 122
Kristin King 120
Jenna Cunningham[8] 111 61 57 118 76
Lauren Trottier 117
Sarah Clark 111
Shannon Bowman[9] 127 40 66 106 24
Julia Bronson[10] 130 15 64 79 62

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Games played[edit]

Player Games Played Seasons
Lesley Reiart 133 2000–04
Amy Catlin 131 1999–03
Sarah Clark 131 2000–04
Louise Pietrangelo 131 2000–04
Krista Dornfried 131 2001–05
Caroline Ethier 130 2003–07
Jillian Rockoff 129 1999–03
Meredith Batcheller 129 2003–07
Alana BreMiller 128 2001–05
Carly Haggard 127 1999–03
Kristin King 127 1999–03
Kim McCullough 127 1998–02

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Goals[edit]

Player Goals Seasons
Gretchen Ulion 189 1990–94
Carly Haggard 114 1999–03
Katie Weatherston 113 2002–07
Lori Jacobs 104 1988–92
Gillian Apps 90 2002–07
Judy Parish 89 1987–91
Sarah Howald 75 1992–96
Sarah Hood 73 1994–98
Kim Reid 68 1990–94
Estey Ticknor 66 1981–85

Assists[edit]

Player Assists Seasons
Judy Parish 126 1987–91
Gretchen Ulion 123 1990–94
Kim Cohen 109 1990–94
Cherie Piper 105 2002–07
Lori Jacobs 96 1988–92
Correne Bredin 93 1998–03
Carly Haggard 90 1999–03
Sarah Hood 74 1994–98
Sarah Clark 72 2000–04
Meagan Walton 72 2001–05
Katie Weatherston 72 2002–07

Captains[edit]

Season Player
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
1985–86 Anne Desmond
1986–87 Linda Duva and Sudie Naimi
1987–88 Karin Clough and Nancy Toland
1988–89 Betsy Aldrich and Gina Gualtieri
1989–90 Kelley Coyne
1990–91 Robin Chandler and Judy Parish
1991–92 Lori Jacobs
1992–93 Margot Whinery
1993–94 Kim Cohen, Kim Reid and Gretchen Ulion
1994–95 Rachel Rochat
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
2005–06 Tiffany Hagge
2006–07 Gillian Apps
2007–08 Nicole Ruta
2008–09 Shannon Bowman and Sarah Newnam
2009–10 Sarah Parsons and Jenna Cunningham

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Olympians[edit]

Player Event Nationality Result
Gillian Apps[13] Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics  Canada Gold
Gillian Apps Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics  Canada Gold
Kristin King Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics  United States Bronze
Cherie Piper[14] Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics  Canada Gold
Cherie Piper Ice hockey at the 2010 Winter Olympics  Canada Gold
Sarah Parsons Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics  United States Bronze
Katie Weatherston[15] Ice hockey at the 2006 Winter Olympics  Canada Gold

Awards and honors[edit]

  • Gillian Apps, Top 10 Finalist for 2007 Patty Kazmaier Award[16]
  • Gillian Apps, Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, 2007
  • Julia Bronson, Honorable Mention All-Ivy League, 2007–08, Defenseman, (Junior) [17]
  • Jenna Cunningham, Forward, 2009 Second Team All-ECAC
  • George Crowe, 1996 ECAC Co-coach of the year
  • Jenna Cunningham, Pre-Season 2009–10 All-ECAC Team[18]
  • Camille Dumais, 2009–10 ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team [19]
  • Amy Ferguson, Goalie, 2002 All-ECAC North Honorable Mention
  • Carly Haggard, Forward, 2001–02 New England Hockey Writers Women's Division I All-Star Team[20]
  • Carly Haggard, Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, 2002, 2003
  • Carly Haggard, 2002 ECAC-North Player of the Year[21]
  • Carly Haggard, Forward, 2002 ECAC North FIRST TEAM
  • Sarah Hood, Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, 1998
  • Sarah Hood, 1998 Sarah Devens Award[22]
  • Sarah Howald, Forward, 1996 ECAC All-Tournament Team[23]
  • Maggie Kennedy, Second Team All-Ivy League, 2007–08, Forward, (Junior)
  • Kristin King, Forward, 2002 ECAC North SECOND TEAM
  • Sarah Newnam, Second Team All-Ivy League, 2007–08, Defenseman, (Junior)
  • Sarah Parsons, Second Team All-Ivy League, 2007–08, Forward, (Sophomore)
  • Sarah Parsons, 2010 Frozen Four Skills Competition participant[24]
  • Sarah Parsons, 2009 ECAC Tournament Most Valuable Player,[25]
  • Sarah Parsons, Forward, Senior, 2010 First Team All-Ivy

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  • Louise Pietrangelo, Defense, 2002 All-ECAC North Honorable Mention
  • Cherie Piper, Patty Kazmaier Award Finalist, 2005[27]
  • Sarah Toupal, ECAC Hockey Player of the Week (Week of February 8, 2010)[28]
  • Amanda Trunzo, Forward, 2009 Third Team All-ECAC[29]
  • Sarah Tueting, 1996 ECAC Honor Roll [23]
  • Katie Weatherston, 2007 ECAC Tournament Most Valuable Player,[30]

New England hockey awards[edit]

  • Mark Hudak, 2010–11 New England Women's Coach of the Year[31]
  • Kelly Foley, 2010–11 New England Women's Division I All-Stars

Statistical leaders[edit]

  • 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

USCHO honors[edit]

Big Green players in professional hockey[edit]

Player Team League
Gillian Apps Brampton Thunder CWHL
Kim Malcher Mississauga Chiefs CWHL
Cherie Piper Mississauga Chiefs CWHL
Katie Weatherston Montreal Stars CWHL

Other notable players[edit]

See: Category:Dartmouth Big Green women's ice hockey players

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Ivy Women’s Hockey". Ivy Women in Sports: profiles of women from the Ivy League’s history. February 22, 2007. Retrieved 16 April 2010. 
  2. ^ "Judy Oberting Year-by-Year Record". USCHO.com. Retrieved 16 April 2010. [dead link]
  3. ^ "Ivy Ice Hockey Champions". The Ivy League. 2007. Archived from the original on 2007-04-11. Retrieved 2007-08-21. 
  4. ^ "Statistics :: USCHO.com :: U.S. College Hockey Online". USCHO.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  5. ^ 6 Katie Weatherston (1983-04-06). "Katie Weatherston Bio - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  6. ^ "Men's and Women's D-I and D-III College Hockey News, Features, Scores, Statistics, Fan Forum, Blogs :: USCHO.com :: U.S. College Hockey Online". Mobile.uscho.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  7. ^ 27 Sarah Parsons (1987-07-27). "Sarah Parsons Bio - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  8. ^ 22 Jenna Cunningham (1988-08-19). "Jenna Cunningham Bio - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  9. ^ 16 Shannon Bowman (1987-05-26). "Shannon Bowman Bio - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  10. ^ 18 Julia Bronson (1987-08-31). "Julia Bronson Bio - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  11. ^ a b Dartmouth  10-11-2006 (2015-10-29). "All-Time - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  12. ^ Dartmouth  3-31-2010 (2010-03-31). "Women's Hockey Team Captains - DartmouthSports.com—Official Web Site of Dartmouth Varsity Athletics". Dartmouthsports.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  13. ^ "Gillian Apps Bio, Stats, and Results | Olympics at". Sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  14. ^ "Cherie Piper Bio, Stats, and Results | Olympics at". Sports-reference.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
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  20. ^ [3] Archived January 3, 2010 at the Wayback Machine
  21. ^ "Dartmouth's Haggard named ECAC-North Player of the Year". Dartmouth.edu. 2010-06-07. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  22. ^ "Karen Thatcher wins prestigious Sarah Devens Award" (PDF). Hockey East. April 11, 2006. Retrieved 11 May 2010. 
  23. ^ a b "Women's Ice Hockey". Whockey.com. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
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  25. ^ "ECAC Hockey" (PDF). ECAC Hockey. Retrieved 2015-11-02. 
  26. ^ "Freshman Katie Jamieson Receives All-Ivy Accolades". February 25, 2010. Retrieved 6 April 2010. 
  27. ^ http://www.ivyleaguesports.com/documents/pattykazmaier.asp
  28. ^ http://dartmouthsports.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=48905&SPID=4726&DB_OEM_ID=11600&ATCLID=204883503
  29. ^ http://www.brownbears.com/sports/w-hockey/spec-rel/030309aad.html
  30. ^ http://www.ecachockey.com/women/tournament/Women_All-Tournament_Teams.pdf
  31. ^ http://bceagles.cstv.com/sports/w-hockey/spec-rel/033011aac.html
  32. ^ a b http://www.uscho.com/2005/03/22/uschocoms-200405-di-womens-yearend-honors/

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