Seeded second in the twenty team tournament, the Dartmouth Women's Ultimate team won their first ever national championship by defeating the Univesity of Texas 15-9.

Dartmouth went 3-1 in pool play, their only loss coming to the University of Oregon. In the pre-quarters round of the championship bracket they defeated the University of Michigan 15-7 to then be matched up to #1 seed Stanford University. The women had no problem handing Stanford a 14-8 loss to move them on to the semi-finals.

In the semis Dartmouth defeated British Columbia 14-8 to advance to Monday's national championship.

On Monday, in a game streamed online on ESPNU, Dartmouth defeated the University of Texas 15-9. Angela Zhu '17 led with three goals and seven assists. Also scoring for Dartmouth were Piper Curtis '17 (four goals), Jaclyn Verzuh '19 and Caitlyn Lee '19  (three goals a piece) and Julianna Werffeli '18 (one goal).

Dartmouth went 7-1 overall at Nationals.

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