Dartmouth Big Green women's lacrosse

The Dartmouth Big Green women's lacrosse team is a NCAA Division I college lacrosse team representing Dartmouth College as part of the Ivy League. They play their home games at Scully-Fahey Field in Hanover, New Hampshire.

Dartmouth Big Green women's lacrosse
Founded1973
UniversityDartmouth College
Head coachDanielle Spencer (since 2017 season)
StadiumScully-Fahey Field (capacity: 1600)
LocationHanover, New Hampshire
ConferenceIvy League
NicknameBig Green
ColorsDartmouth Green and White[1]
         
NCAA Tournament Runner-Up
2006
NCAA Tournament Final Fours
1995, 1998, 2005, 2006
NCAA Tournament appearances
1983, 1993, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2019
Conference Tournament championships
2012
Conference regular season championships
1986, 1987, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2011

Historical statistics

Overall
Years of Lacrosse46
1st Season1973
Head Coaches4
All-Time Record399–272–4
Ivy League games
Ivy League season W-L record (since 1980)167–87
Ivy League Titles11
Ivy League Tournament Titles1
NCAA Tournament
NCAA Appearances14
NCAA W-L record11–14
Final Fours4
Championship Games1
NCAA National Championships0

*Statistics through 2018 season

Individual career records

Reference:[2]

Record Number Player Years
Goals199Jacque Weitzel1997-00
Assists98Whitney Douthett2004–07
Points248Jacque Weitzel1997-00
Ground balls236Amy Zimmer1998-01
Draw controls155Sarah Plumb2009–12
Caused turnovers138Kristen Zimmer2003–06
Saves550Sarah Hughes1999-02

Individual single-season records

Record Number Player Years
Goals67Jacque Weitzel2000
Assists39Jen Greene1998
Points79Jacque Weitzel2000
Ground balls83Amy Zimmer2001
Draw controls108Kathryn Giroux2017
Caused turnovers62Jacque Weitzel2000
Saves199Laura Melly1979

Seasons

References:[3][4]

Season Coach Overall Conference Standing Postseason
AIAW (Independent) (1973–1979)
1973 Aggie Kurtz 2–2
1974 Aggie Kurtz 1–7
1975 Aggie Kurtz 7–2
1976 Aggie Kurtz 6–4–1
1977 Aggie Kurtz 6–6–2
1978 Aggie Kurtz 7–9–1
1979 Aggie Kurtz 6–9
AIAW (Ivy League) (1980–1982)
1980 Aggie Kurtz 5–62–45th
1981 Aggie Kurtz 5–72–45th
1982 Josie Harper 2–90–67th
NCAA Division I (Ivy League) (1983–present)
1983 Josie Harper 9–64–2T-2ndNCAA First Round
1984 Josie Harper 5–92–4T-4th
1985 Josie Harper 9–44–2T-2nd
1986 Josie Harper 12–36–01st
1987 Josie Harper 10–45–0T-1st
1988 Josie Harper 10–74–2T-2nd
1989 Josie Harper 9–63–3T-3rd
1990 Josie Harper 7–93–3T-3rd
1991 Josie Harper 5–81–5T-6th
1992 Josie Harper 10–45–12nd
1993 Amy Patton 11–44–23rdNCAA Quarterfinal
1994 Amy Patton 11–44–23rd
1995 Amy Patton 12–36–01stNCAA Semifinal
1996 Amy Patton 9–63–3T-3rd
1997 Amy Patton 10–45–1T-1st
1998 Amy Patton 13–37–01stNCAA Semifinal
1999 Amy Patton 11–57–01stNCAA Quarterfinal
2000 Amy Patton 11–57–01stNCAA First Round
2001 Amy Patton 13–46–1T-1stNCAA Quarterfinal
2002 Amy Patton 10–64–34th
2003 Amy Patton 11–56–1T-1stNCAA Quarterfinal
2004 Amy Patton 11–66–12ndNCAA Quarterfinal
2005 Amy Patton 16–37–01stNCAA Semifinal
2006 Amy Patton 14–65–23rdNCAA Runner-up
2007 Amy Patton 9–74–34th
2008 Amy Patton 7–93–45th
2009 Amy Patton 8–85–23rd
2010 Amy Patton 11–55–22nd
2011 Amy Patton 11–56–1T-1stNCAA First Round
2012 Amy Patton 12–55–2T-2ndNCAA First Round
2013 Amy Patton 11–85–23rdNCAA Second Round
2014 Amy Patton 6–83–4T-5th
2015 Amy Patton 3–113–45th
2016 Amy Patton 7–83–45th
2017 Danielle Spencer 7–82–5T-5th
2018 Danielle Spencer 11-55-23rd
Total:399–272 (.595)

      National champion         Postseason invitational champion  
      Conference regular season champion         Conference regular season and conference tournament champion
      Division regular season champion       Division regular season and conference tournament champion
      Conference tournament champion

Postseason Results

The Big Green have appeared in 14 NCAA tournaments. Their postseason record is 11–14.[5]

Year Seed Round Opponent Score
1983--First RoundPrincetonL, 4–12
1993--QuarterfinalHarvardL, 8–11
1995--SemifinalPrincetonL, 8–13
1998#4Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Loyola (MD)
#1 Virginia
W, 9–8 (ot)
L, 7–10
1999--First Round
Quarterfinal
Loyola (MD)
#2 Virginia
W, 20–7
L, 8–20
2000--First RoundDukeL, 6–7
2001#4First Round
Quarterfinal
#13 Penn State
#5 Princeton
W, 9–7
L, 4–10
2003--First Round
Quarterfinal
Boston U.
#2 Maryland
W, 9–7
L, 5–13
2004--First Round
Quarterfinal
New Hampshire
#1 Princeton
W, 14–12
L, 5–6 (ot)
2005#4First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Syracuse
#5 Georgetown
#1 Northwestern
W, 9–8
W, 13–3
L, 4–8
2006#7First Round
Quarterfinal
Semifinal
Final
Boston U.
Princeton
#6 Notre Dame
#4 Northwestern
W, 9–4
W, 7–6 (ot)
W, 14–8
L, 4–7
2011--First Round#7 AlbanyL, 7–10
2012--First Round#4 SyracuseL, 5–15
2013--First Round
Second Round
Boston College
#4 Syracuse
W, 11–8
L, 8–21

References

  1. "Color Palette" (PDF). Dartmouth Athletics Visual Identity Guidelines. March 13, 2019. Retrieved July 17, 2019.
  2. "WLacrosse Team Records". Dartmouth Sports. Retrieved November 1, 2017.
  3. "WLacrosse Annual Results". Dartmouth Sports. Retrieved November 11, 2017.
  4. "Women's Lacrosse Records Book 2016–2017" (PDF). Ivy League. Retrieved November 11, 2017.
  5. "Division I Women's Lacrosse Championships Records Book" (PDF). NCAA. Retrieved November 20, 2017.
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