Dumais’ Hat Trick Powers Dartmouth Past Brown

Dumais’ Hat Trick Powers Dartmouth Past Brown

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – There was no stopping Dartmouth forward Camille Dumais on Saturday afternoon at Meehan Auditorium as the sophomore registered a four-point day on three goals and an assist to push the Big Green past Brown, 6-0.

It did not take long for the Dartmouth offense to go on the attack as the Big Green got on the board just a minute and one second into the game. Dumais tallied her first goal off the pass from Lisa Berreman. Dumais dragged the puck in front of the net, wrapping it just beyond the extended leg of rookie goalie Aubree Moore.

Despite the early goal Moore rebounded nicely, facing 27 total shots in the first period, making 13 saves.

The Bears nearly tied it up three and half minutes into the second period. Senior captain Erica Kromm (Naramta, British Columbia) and sophomore Laurie Jolin (Lachine, Quebec) found themselves on a two-on-one breakaway but Dartmouth goalie Lindsay Holdcroft was able to stop the scoring chance and keep the Bears off the board.

Brown kept pushing the offensive pace for most of the second, but it was Dartmouth that capitalized first. After a lengthy Bear possession in the Big Green zone, Dumais was able to push the puck up the ice to senior Amanda Trunzo who found the back of et for her 12 goal of the year and a 2-0 Dartmouth lead.

Dumais continued her trend of attacking early in the perioed, getting a goal 65 seconds into the third. The winger put a shot on net which Moore was able to deflect, but the rebound came right back to her and she was able to put it in for her second goal of the game.

Dartmouth added its fourth goal of the game with just over 12 minutes to play in the third as Dumais picked up the hat trick with her second goal of the period.

The Big Green added to their goal total with just 60 seconds remaining in the game on a power play. Goal number six came with just seven seconds left when Trunzo tallied her second goal of the on a breakaway.

The Bears finish up the three-game homestand with their third game four days when they host Yale on Tuesday, February 1 at 7 p.m.