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their time so they have success in both their ac- ademics and skating. I wanted to reward those skaters.”


current and new skaters to see.


Te plaque will remain at the BU rink for “I thought it would be nice for them to


know their name will hang in the arena long af- ter they have graduated,” Mohns-Brillaud said. “And incoming freshmen will have an idea of the history of the team by seeing all the names of the skaters who came before them.” In addition to the larger plaque, the grad- uating seniors also received smaller, individu- al plaques that recognized their achievements, which were presented on Saturday at the Inter- collegiate Championships. “Te skaters were very happy to be recog- nized and, yes, there were tears,” the coach said.


Opening ceremonies make their debut A new event was added to the schedule at


the 2013 Intercollegiate Team Figure Skating Championships: opening ceremonies. Te opening ceremonies, which were a


collaborative idea between several of the people within the Dartmouth camp, kicked off the event as each of the nine teams was recognized both on and off the ice.


“Te concept came from Dartmouth team


captains Isabel Hines and Joseph Miller, myself and the Club Sports Director Joann Brislin,”


The University of California,Berkeley skaters ham it up after the awards ceremony.


Dartmouth coach Jacki Smith said. During the on-ice ceremonies, nine young skaters led each team’s leaders around the ice as their school’s fightsong played. As the team lead- ers circled the rink, fellow team members in the audience cheered and took pictures.


Once each team was recognized, an off-ice


reception was held where the skaters mingled and enjoyed light refreshments. Additionally, individual recognition was given to each team’s graduating seniors as they received jelly beans in their school colors.


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