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Dartmouth women's ice hockey game notes vs. Providence - Dec. 31

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  • Conference Overall GP Pts Record Win % GF GA GP Record Win % GF GAQuinnipiac 12 17 8-3-1 0.708 40 26 21 12-7-2 0.619 69 52 Cornell 10 16 8-2-0 0.800 39 15 13 10-3-0 0.769 50 23 Harvard 7 14 7-0-0 1.000 31 3 11 9-1-1 0.864 45 9 Clarkson 8 14 7-1-0 0.875 27 9 18 15-3-0 0.833 59 27 St. Lawrence 8 12 6-2-0 0.750 34 20 18 10-7-1 0.583 51 47 Dartmouth 7 7 3-3-1 0.500 15 23 12 6-4-2 0.583 33 34 Rensselaer 8 6 3-5-0 0.375 23 28 18 5-11-2 0.333 44 55 Princeton 12 6 2-8-2 0.250 23 44 16 5-9-2 0.375 35 53 Brown 8 4 2-6-0 0.250 7 16 11 2-8-1 0.227 10 22 Colgate 10 4 1-7-2 0.200 15 41 17 4-11-2 0.294 27 72 Union 8 3 0-5-3 0.188 6 24 17 5-9-3 0.382 27 51 Yale 8 3 1-6-1 0.188 15 26 14 2-11-1 0.179 19 47

    DARTMOUTH2012-13 WOMEN'S HOCKEY

    (6-4-2; 3-3-1 ECAC Hockey/3-2-0 Ivy League)

    2012-13 SCHEDULEOCTOBER19 McGILL (Exh.) .................................W, 5-026 @ Princeton*^ .................................W, 3-127 @ Quinnipiac* .................................L, 8-3

    NOVEMBER2 @ Yale*^ ..................................W, 5-4 (OT)3 @ Brown*^ ......................................W, 1-06 NEW HAMPSHIRE ............................W, 3-212 No. 5 BOSTON COLLEGE .........T, 3-3 (OT)23 No. 2 CORNELL*^ .....................L, 2-1 (OT)24 COLGATE* ...............................T, 2-2 (OT)30 @ No. 5 Harvard*^ ............................L, 6-0

    DECEMBER5 @ No. 10 Northeastern .............L, 3-2 (OT)8 @ Maine ..........................................W, 6-19 @ Maine ..........................................W, 4-231 @ Providence ............................. 2:00 p.m.

    JANUARY4 @ Rensselaer* ........................... 7:00 p.m.5 @ Union*.................................... 4:00 p.m.9 @ Vermont ................................. 7:00 p.m.11 QUINNIPIAC* ............................. 7:00 p.m.12 PRINCETON*^ ............................ 4:00 p.m.18 UNION* ...................................... 7:00 p.m.19 RENSSELAER* ............................ 4:00 p.m.25 @ St. Lawrence* ......................... 7:00 p.m.26 @ Clarkson*...............................3:00 p.m.

    FEBRUARY1 HARVARD*^ ............................... 7:00 p.m.8 BROWN*^ ................................... 7:00 p.m.9 YALE*^ ....................................... 4:00 p.m.15 @ Colgate* ................................ 7:00 p.m.16 @ Cornell*^ ............................... 4:00 p.m.22 CLARKSON* ............................... 7:00 p.m.23 ST. LAWRENCE* ......................... 4:00 p.m.

    ^ - Ivy League Game* - ECAC Hockey GameAll Home Games in CAPS

    2012-13 ECAC HOCKEY STANDINGS

    MONDAYS GAMEAfter a few weeks off, the Dartmouth womens hockey team is back in action with a New Years Eve matinee in Providence. The Big Green and Friars meet at Schneider Arena at 2 p.m.

    ITS BEEN A WHILEDartmouth returns to the ice after more than three weeks off for winter break. The Green last played on Dec. 9 in the second contest of a two-game weekend in Maine against the Black Bears, sweeping the home team with a 4-2 win in the finale.

    LAST TIME OUTAfter a three-game winless stretch (0-2-1), the teams offense returned in a big way in Orono, scoring 10 times in the two games. Camille Dumais led the way with seven points (4g/3a), including a hat trick in the first game and was rewarded as the ECAC Hockey Player of the Week for her play against Maine.

    100-POINT CLUBSenior forward and team co-captain Reagan Fischer became the 35th player in program history to reach the 100-point mark when she picked up an assist on Jenna Hobeikas third-period goal on Sunday. It was her seventh helper of the year to give her a team-leading 15 points in 12 games played.

    OFFENSIVE OUTBURSTDartmouths six-goal effort in the Dec. 8 game at Maine was a new season high for team tallies in a game. The 14 total points registered that night tied a season high previously set at Yale on Nov. 2. The last time the Big Green scored six or more goals came back on Feb. 17, 2012 in a 10-5 win over Yale at Thompson Arena.

    OPPOSITE ENDS OF THE SPECTRUMIn that 6-1 win against the Black Bears, Dartmouth registered 61 shots on goal. Maine, on the other hand, finished the night with just 15 on target, a new low for a Big Green opponent this season. The

    vs. PROVIDENCE FRIARS(8-8-4, 5-4-2 Hockey East)

    IVY LEAGUESchool GP IVY Pts GF-GA OverallHarvard 5 5-0-0 10 25-2 8-1-0Cornell 5 4-1-0 8 12-6 10-3-0Dartmouth 5 3-2-0 6 10-13 4-3-2Princeton 3 0-3-0 0 2-16 5-7-2Brown 3 0-3-0 0 0-6 1-7-1Yale 3 0-3-0 0 6-12 2-10-0

    IVY LEAGUE STANDINGS

    BIG GREEN|GAME NOTES

    GAME 13 Monday, Dec. 31 - 2 PM

    Providence, R.I. - Schneider Arena (3,030)

  • DECEMBER 31, 2012 at PROVIDENCE

    2 | 2012-13 Dartmouth Womens Hockey Game Notes

    COLLEGE INFORMATIONLocation: .................................Hanover, N.H.Founded: .............................................. 1769Enrollment: ......................................... 4,200Interim President: .......Dr. Carol L. Folt, Ph.DAthletic Director: .................... Harry SheehyNickname: ....................................Big GreenColors: ............ Dartmouth Green and WhiteNCAA Affiliation: ...........................Division IConferences: .......ECAC Hockey, Ivy League

    ARENA INFORMATIONRink: .................................Thompson Arena Capacity: ............................................ 4,500Dimensions: ................................. 200 x 85

    TEAM INFORMATIONFirst Season: .................................... 1977-78Institution Record: ...................... 590-319-562011-12 Record: ...............................18-10-22011-12 ECAC Record (finish): .. 14-6-2 (4th) 2011-12 Ivy Record (finish): ........ 6-3-1 (2nd)2011-12 Postseason: ....... ECACH 1st RoundLetterwinners Returning/Lost: ...............17/3Newcomers: ...............................................6 Captains: ........................Reagan Fischer 13 ...................................... Jenna Hobeika 13

    COACHING/SUPPORT STAFFHead Coach: ...... Mark Hudak (10th Season)Alma Mater: .........U.S. Military Academy 89Career Record: ............................. 186-93-24Dartmouth Record: .............................. sameE-Mail:........Mark.R.Hudak@Dartmouth.edu

    Assoc. Head Coach: Holley Tyng (8th Season)Alma Mater: ......................... Providence 01E-Mail:........ Holley.H.Tyng@Dartmouth.edu

    Assistant Coach: ........Josh Liegl (1st Season)Alma Mater: ................................Marian 01E-Mail:....... Joshua.M.Liegl@Dartmouth.edu

    Athletic Trainer: ...................... Tracy PurcellEquipment Manager:............ Mike Bissaillon

    ATHLETIC COMMUNICATIONSDirector: ................................... Rick BenderWomens Hockey Contact: ............ Pat SalvasPhone: .....................................603-646-9340Fax: .........................................603-646-3348E-Mail:.........patrick.salvas@Dartmouth.eduPress Box Phone: .....................603-646-1131Dartmouth Fan Phone: (603) 646-DART (3278)Website: ...........www.DartmouthSports.comTwitter: ..........................@ DartmouthSports ....................................@DartmouthHockeyECAC Hockey Contact: ........... Ed KrajewskiOffice Phone: ....................... (518) 487-2288Email: ............ekrajewski@ecachockey.comLeague Web Site: .......www.ecachockey.com

    QUICK FACTS last time Dartmouth had more than 50 shots on goal in a single game came on Jan. 28, 2012, also against the Elis in a 5-0 victory.

    SCOUTING THE FRIARSProvidence enters the game with an 8-8-4 overall record and a 5-4-2 mark in Hockey East play. The Friars have lost their last three and have just one win in their last eight games (1-4-3). The last game before the break saw No. 5 Harvard hand Providence an 8-1 defeat in Cambridge. Leading the charge offensively is senior Nicole Anderson and her 20 points on a team-leading 12 goals. Her eight assists rank tied for second on the team, trailing only sophomore Brooke Simpsons nine. Freshman Sarah Bryant has backstopped the Friars in 15 games so far this year, sporting a 6-5-3 mark and a 2.98 goals-against average with one shutout.

    LAST TIME THESE TWO METThese two programs met in a non-conference game a season ago played at Fenway Park in Boston. The historic ballpark was the backdrop for a Jan. 10 match-up that saw Dumais score the game-winning goal with just 1:14 left on the clock for the 3-2 victory. ALL-TIME SERIESThe meeting last season at Fenway was the 50th in the all-time series between these two proud programs with the Friars holding a 28-21-1 advantage. However, since head coach Mark Hudak took over in 2003-04, Dartmouth is 9-0 against

    Providence, including two wins in his first season behind the Big Green bench. The team from the Upper Valley has won 15 of 17 against Providence dating back to the 1999-2000 season.

    A FRIAR CONNECTIONAssociate Head Coach Holley Tyng is in her eighth season alongside Hudak on the Dartmouth bench, but is very familiar with the black and white of Providence. A four-year player with the Friars, Tyng is a 2001 graduate of the college with a degree in math and a minor in business. She was a captain as a senior and a three-time ECAC Hockey All-Academic selection, while suiting up in 133 career games.

    BETTER LATE THAN NEVERSenior Sasha Nanji scored the eventual game-winner with just 3:07 remaining in the Sunday match-up in Orono to break a 2-2 tie with the Black Bears. It was her second goal of the season and couldnt have come at a better time, helping the team to its second weekend road sweep (Nov. 2-3/Yale and Brown) of 2012-13.

    NEW YEARS EVE The 2 p.m. game on Dec. 31 marks the first time since 2006 that the Big Green pla