Women’s Soccer Team Stunned at Being Left Out (Valley News)


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Dartmouth, which was the highest-placed program in the NCAA’s ratings percent index not to be chosen for the national championship tournament, still had a lot to be proud of after completely turning around a 2011 season in which the team went 4-12. “I hope, like I told them, that—not this quickly after, but eventually—they can reflect on the season and realize all that they’ve accomplished and enjoy what they’ve done,” second-year Head Coach Theresa Romagnolo told the Valley News.

Read the full story, published 11/6/12 in the Valley News.

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