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Women's Championship

A total of eight teams qualify for the championship and are seeded based on the final regular-season standings.  The format for the quarterfinals features best-of-three games series and are played on the campuses of the higher-seeded teams.

The 2009 quarterfinals results are as follows:

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27
No. 1 Harvard, 3, No. 8 Cornell 0 (Game Story, Boxscore) Harvard leads series, 1-0
No. 5 Colgate 7, No. 4 Dartmouth 6 (ot) (Game Story, Boxscore) Colgate leads series, 1-0
No. 2 St. Lawrence 4, No. 7 Clarkson 3 (ot) (Game Story, Boxscore) St. Lawrence leads series, 1-0
No. 6 Rensselaer 2, No. 3 Princeton 1 (2ot) (Game Story, Boxscore) Rensselaer leads series, 1-0

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28
No. 1 Harvard 4, No. 8 Cornell 0 (Game Story, Boxscore) Harvard wins series, 2-0
No. 4 Dartmouth 2, No. 5 Colgate 1 (Game Story, Boxscore) Series tied, 1-1
No. 2 St. Lawrence 2, No. 7 Clarkson 1 (Game Story, Boxscore) St. Lawrence wins series, 2-0
No. 6 Rensselaer 1, No. 3 Princeton 0 (Game Story, Boxscore) Rensselaer wins series, 2-0

SUNDAY, MARCH 1
No. 4 Dartmouth 7, No. 5 Colgate 3 (Game Story, Boxscore) Dartmouth wins series, 2-1

The four quarterfinals winners (No. 1 Harvard, No. 2 St. Lawrence, No. 4 Dartmouth and No. 6 Rensselaer) advanced to the championship finals, conducted March 7-8 at Harvard. The format of conducting the finals at the home site of the highest remaining seed has been utilized since 2006. 

The 2009 championship semifinals and final results are as follows:

SATURDAY, MARCH 7
No. 6 Rensselaer 3, No. 1 Harvard 2 (ot) (Game Story, Boxscore)
No. 4 Dartmouth 5, No. 2 St. Lawrence 2 (Game Story, Boxscore)

SUNDAY, MARCH 8
No. 4 Dartmouth 6, No. 6 Rensselaer 1 (Game Story, Boxscore)


Past championship sites have been: Brown (1994, 1995, 1999, 2000 and 2003); Dartmouth (2001, 2002 and 2007); Harvard (2008); New Hampshire (1996); Northeastern (1997 and 1998); St. Lawrence (2006); and Union (2004, 2005).