Colgate Raiders women's ice hockey

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Colgate Raiders women's ice hockey
Current season
Colgate Raiders women's ice hockey athletic logo
UniversityColgate University
ConferenceECAC
Head coachGreg Fargo
9th season, 146–119–23
ArenaClass of 1965 Arena
Capacity: 2,222
LocationHamilton, New York
ColorsMaroon and White[1]
         
NCAA Tournament Runner-up
2018
NCAA Tournament Frozen Four
2018
NCAA Tournament appearances
2018, 2021
Conference Tournament championships
2021
Conference regular season championships
2018 (tied with Clarkson)

The Colgate Raiders women's ice hockey team is an NCAA Division I ice hockey team that represents Colgate University and play in ECAC Hockey. The Raiders play their home games at Class of 1965 Arena. The Raiders have played in Division I hockey since the 2001–02 season after playing at the NCAA Division III from 1997 to 2001.

History[edit]

1973–1983: The Early Years[edit]

From 1973 to 1974, Colgate Women's hockey started as an intramural team. Despite interest from the players in making the team varsity, the Athletic Director said the team would require "sustained interest." In 1974, Colgate Women's Hockey became club team. For the players from 1974 to 1983, 57% had never played on a team before Colgate women's hockey. 92% had never played hockey before, and 62% started by playing on figure skates, using masking tape over the toe picks. Many pieces of equipment and uniforms were "hand me downs" from the men's team. Players had to purchase their own sticks, skates and jerseys. The women's team practiced when ice time was available, which was usually late, after intramural games were completed, usually at 10 p.m.. Damp, smelly pads would be passed from intramural players to the women – given a brief spray of sanitizer by the student intramural equipment minder during the transfer.

During these years, the team played other colleges up and down the east coast, including Cornell, St. Lawrence, Oswego and Ithaca. The team played at Middlebury and Williams, but since they didn't have hockey rinks, they played in a curling rink. Whether checking would be allowed was determined before the game by the coaches. If a team didn't have pads for each suited player, there was no checking.

One memorable game in the early years included an 18–1 loss to Cornell, during which the Colgate goalie stopped 72 shots.

In the early years, players travelled to games in their own cars or used university vans, which they had to drive themselves. With no funding for transportation and accommodations, the players would often try to play near where some of the players lived and stayed at the player's family's house. For many games, players had to call around to find out who could make the game, what positions they could play and if they had a jersey.

Coaching the team was a volunteer job, and it was an unpaid and time-consuming one, so it was often difficult for the team to find coaches. One of Colgate women's hockey's first coaches was Mike Milbury.

Cook v. Colgate University[edit]

In 1993, the Colgate Women's Hockey Team was granted varsity status after a decision from the United States Court of Appeals, Second Circuit.

Colgate University appealed an original judgment entered in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York, ordering it to elevate its women's club ice hockey team to varsity status and to provide equal funding and benefits to its men's and women's ice hockey programs. The plaintiffs were Jennifer Baldwin Cook, Melissa Ehlers, Christine Price, Thayer Jaques and Julie Wolff, who were all either current or former Colgate students and former members of Colgate's women's club ice hockey team. Frustrated by Colgate's continued reluctance to elevate the program to varsity status, the plaintiffs filed in court on April 10, 1990, alleging that Colgate's failure to provide a comparable ice hockey program to men and women students violated Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, 20 U.S.C. §§ 1681-1688 (1990), the regulations of the Department of Education, as well as the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments to the Constitution. For its part, Colgate denied any discrimination and argued that its compliance with the mandates of Title IX should be measured by its overall athletic program, not by a sport-by-sport comparison. Ultimately, Cook et al., won the judgement.

1998–2001[edit]

Colgate women's hockey went varsity in 1998. The team transitioned to Division III in 2000 and to Division I in 2001.

2001–11[edit]

In 2008-2009, Kimberly Sass set a school record for most wins in a season by a goaltender with 14 games. Sass finished the season as one of the top ranked goalies in the ECAC. Her .941 save percentage was first in the ECAC. Her 1.85 goals against average was sixth while her .656 win percentage was fourth.[2] From October 7–8, 2011: In a pair of victories over the Lindenwood Lions, Brittany Phillips accumulated a total of 10 points. In the 7–2 victory on October 7, she notched two goals, while logging an assist. One of the goals was the game-winning goal.

The following day, she had seven points (two goals, five assists) in an 8–2 win. Of the four goals she scored, two were power play goals. Her seven points ranked second in program history for most points in one game. The five assists ranked second for most assists in one game.[3] In addition, Melissa Kueber registered six points in the sweep. On October 8, she led the team with four goals scored in an 8–2 triumph over the Lions. She also notched an assist. The four tallies tied for first in program history for most scores in one game.[4]

2012-present[edit]

Greg Fargo began as head coach in the 2012-2013 season. Prior to coaching at Colgate, he was head coach for the women's ice hockey team at Elmira, in NCAA Division III, for four seasons. Fargo played his college hockey career as a goaltender, at Elmira.

In 2015-2016, Colgate had its first 22 win season, setting a program record.

Colgate had its most successful year in program history in the 2017-2018 season. The Raiders finished 34-6-1, in 2017-18, setting a new program record for wins. They finished tied with Clarkson for first in the ECAC conference, with a 19-3 (.864) record, earning their first ECAC league title. They qualified for the NCAA tournament for the first time, and advanced to the championship game after beating Northeastern in the quarterfinals by a score of 3-1, and Wisconsin in the semi-finals in a 4-3 victory.

The championship game against conference rival Clarkson was a close contest. Clarkson scored first, at 16:29 in the opening period, on a goal by forward Cassidy Vinkle, assisted by Kelly Mariani. It was the only goal Colgate goalie Julia Vandyk allowed in regulation. Colgate tied the score at 2:27 in the second period, on an equalizer by Malia Schneider, her 16th of the season, with assists from Olivia Zafuto and Bre Wilson-Bennett. The teams went scoreless in the third period and ended regulation at 1-1. At 7:55 in the first overtime, Elizabeth Giguere scored the game-winner, to give Clarkson the national championship. Finishing as national runner-up, the season saw the highest finish for the Raiders in Colgate program history. Head coach Greg Fargo won the 2017-18 Division I National Coach of the Year award, given by the American Hockey Coaches Association.[5]

Year by year[edit]

Won Championship Lost Championship Regular Season Conference Champions
Year Coach W L T Conference Conf.
W
Conf.
L
Conf.
T
Points Conference Rank Conf. Tournament NCAA Tournament
2019–20 Greg Fargo 17 15 6 ECAC 11 8 3 25 6th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Clarkson (0-1 OT, 0-2)
2018–19 Greg Fargo 23 10 5 ECAC 15 4 3 38 2nd Won Quarterfinals vs. Harvard (2–5, 4-2, 5–2)
Lost Semifinals vs. Clarkson (0-2)
[6]
2017–18 Greg Fargo 34 6 1 ECAC 19 3 0 38 Tied 1st Won Quarterfinals vs. Harvard (6–4, 6–1)
Won Semifinals vs. Cornell (5-4)
Lost Championship vs. Clarkson (0-3)
Won Quarterfinals vs. Northeastern (3-1)
Won Frozen Four vs. Wisconsin (4-3 2OT)
Lost Championship vs. Clarkson (1-2 OT)
2016–17 Greg Fargo 22 11 3 ECAC 13 8 1 27 5th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Cornell (1–2, 0–1)
2015–16 Greg Fargo 22 9 7 ECAC 12 5 5 29 4th Won Quarterfinals vs. Harvard (4–1, 1–4, 3–2 OT)
Lost Semifinals vs. Clarkson (2–5)
2014–15 Greg Fargo 7 25 2 ECAC 4 16 2 10 10th
2013–14 Greg Fargo 10 22 2 ECAC 7 15 0 12 Tied 9th
2012–13 Greg Fargo 11 21 3 ECAC 6 13 3 15 8th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Cornell (4–5 OT, 2–3)
2011–12 Scott Wiley 10 21 2 ECAC 5 15 2 12 10th
2010–11 Scott Wiley 11 19 3 ECAC 8 12 2 18 Tied 8th
2009–10 Scott Wiley 12 20 4 ECAC 8 10 4 20 8th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Cornell (1–2, 0–5)
2008–09 Scott Wiley 19 14 3 ECAC 12 7 3 27 5th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Dartmouth (7–6 OT, 1–2, 3–7)
2007–08 Scott Wiley 12 17 5 ECAC 9 9 4 22 6th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Dartmouth (3–4, 2–4)
2006–07 Scott Wiley 17 15 2 ECAC 14 7 1 29 5th Won Quarterfinals vs. Princeton (1–0 OT, 3–2)
Lost Semifinals vs. Dartmouth (1–4)
2005–06 Scott Wiley 12 15 7 ECAC 9 8 3 21 Tied 6th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Princeton (0–3, 4–5)
2004–05 Scott Wiley 16 15 4 ECAC 9 7 4 22 7th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Dartmouth (0–4, 2–3)
2003–04 Scott Wiley 16 17 3 ECAC 6 11 1 13 7th Lost Quarterfinals vs. St. Lawrence (1–5, 1–0, 1–7)
2002–03 Scott Wiley 12 21 1 ECAC 4 11 1 9 7th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Dartmouth (0–8, 2–8)
2001–02 Ted Wisner 12 21 1 ECAC 2 12 2 6 8th Lost Quarterfinals vs. Dartmouth (1–11, 0–6)


Roster[edit]

2020–21 Raiders[edit]

[7]

No. S/P/C Player Class Pos Height DoB Hometown Previous team
1 Texas Peri Donaldson Senior G 5' 6" (1.68 m) Keller, Texas St. Paul's School (NEPSAC)
4 California Tanner Gates Junior G 5' 6" (1.68 m) Oceanside, California Anaheim Lady Ducks
8 Minnesota Kendall Williamson Senior F 5' 2" (1.57 m) Edina, Minnesota Breck School
9 Alberta Danielle Serdachny Sophomore F 5' 9" (1.75 m) Edmonton, Alberta Pursuit of Excellence
10 Texas Allyson Simpson Sophomore D 5' 8" (1.73 m) Frisco, Texas Shattuck St. Mary's School
11 New York (state) Sydney Bard Sophomore D 5' 3" (1.6 m) New Hartford, New York Toronto Jr. Aeros (PWHL)
14 Wisconsin Eleri McKay Sophomore F 5' 6" (1.68 m) Brookfield, Wisconsin Chicago Mission
16 Pennsylvania Kaitlyn O'Donohoe Sophomore F 5' 8" (1.73 m) Downington, Pennsylvania Mid-Fairfield Stars
17 Ontario Shelby Wood Senior D 5' 9" (1.75 m) Cambridge, Ontario prevteam=Canada women's national under-18 ice hockey team
Cambridge Rivulettes (PWHL)
18 Alberta Malia Schneider Senior F 5' 6" (1.68 m) Millarville, Alberta Pursuit of Excellence
19 Ontario Maggie MacEachern Sophomore D 5' 6" (1.68 m) Brooklin, Ontario Canada women's national under-18 ice hockey team
Durham West Lightning (PWHL)
21 Czech Republic Noemi Neubauerova Junior F 5' 8" (1.73 m) Praha, Czech Republic Czech Republic National Team
26 Saskatchewan Taylor Kirwan Junior 5' 8" (1.73 m) Gull Lake, Saskatchewan Swift Current Wildcats
30 Minnesota Alexa Dobchuk Junior G 5' 8" (1.73 m) Eden Prairie, Minnesota Eden Prairie HS
31 Ontario Kayle Osborne Freshman G 5' 8" (1.73 m) Westport, Ontario Canada women's national under-18 ice hockey team
44 Wisconsin Delani MacKay Junior F 5' 6" (1.68 m) Brookfield, Wisconsin Chicago Mission
55 New York (state) Caroline Ross Senior F 5' 7" (1.7 m) Rochester, New York Boston University (WHEA)
72 Ontario Darcie Lappan Sophomore F 5' 7" (1.7 m) Hartington, Ontario Kingston Ice Wolves (PWHL)
81 Quebec Rosy Demers Junior F 5' 4" (1.63 m) Stanstead, Quebec Stanstead College
91 Ontario Coralie Larose Senior F 5' 7" (1.7 m) Embrun, Ontario Nepean Wildcats (PWHL)
94 California Sammy Smigliani Sophomore F 5' 8" (1.73 m) La Jolla, California Belle Tire
98 Vermont Kalty Kaltounkova Freshman F 5' 8" (1.73 m) Vlasim, Czech Republic Vermont Academy


Awards and honors[edit]

  • Cheryl Setchell, Forward, 2002 ECAC North All-Rookie Team
  • Kiira Dosdall, Canadian Women's Hockey League Draft, Boston Blades, 8th round, #40 overall (2013)
  • Kiira Dosdall, Defense, 2009 Second Team All-ECAC[8]
  • Jessie Eldridge: Women’s Hockey Commissioners Association Player of the Month - February 2019[9]
  • Melissa Kueber, ECAC Rookie of the Week (Week of October 17, 2011)
  • Rebecca Lahar, Goalie, 2002 ECAC North All-Rookie Team[10]
  • Brittany Phillips, ECAC Player of the Week (Week of October 17, 2011)[11]
  • Kimberly Sass, 2009 All-ECAC First Team (Sass was the first Raiders player to be named to the First Team)[12]
  • Kimberly Sass, ECAC All-Rookie Team
  • Greg Fargo, 2018 CMM/AHCA Division I Women's Coach of the Year

All-America honors[edit]

  • Danielle Serdachny, 2020-21 CCM/ACHA Women's University Division Ice Hockey All-American[13]

ECAC Awards[edit]

ECAC Monthly Awards[edit]

  • Jessie Eldridge: ECAC Player of the Month December 2018[14]
  • Jessie Eldridge: ECAC Player of the Month February 2019[15]
  • Kayle Osborne, ECAC Adirondack Health Rookie of the Month (January 2021)[16]
  • Kayle Osborne, ECAC MAC Goaltending Goalie of the Month (March 2021)
  • Sammy Smigliani, ECAC Army ROTC Player of the Month (March 2021) [17]

ECAC Weekly Awards[edit]

  • Katie Stewart, ECAC Player of the Week (Week of February 15, 2010[18]
  • Kayle Osborne, ECAC MAC Goaltending Goalie of the Week (Awarded March 8, 2021)
  • Sammy Smigliani, ECAC Army ROTC Player of the Week (Awarded March 8, 2021)[19]

Team awards[edit]

  • Brad Houston Most Valuable Offensive Player
Year Player
2017 Jessie Eldridge
2016 Megan Sullivan
2015 Melissa Kueber
2014 Taylor Volpe
2013 Brittany Phillips
2012 Jocelyn Simpson
2011 Brittany Phillips
2010 Katie Stewart
2007-2009 Sam Hunt
2006 Allison Paiano
2005 Amanda Barre
2004 Becky Irvine
2003 Allison Paiano
2002 Cheryl Setchell, Amanda Barre
2001 Heather Murphy
2000 Heather Murphy
  • Most Valuable Defensive Player
Year Player
2017 Cat Quirion
2016 Lauren Wildfang
2015 Ashlynne Rando
2014 Megan Wickens, Rachel Walsh
2013 Megan Wickens
2012 Kim Sass, Megan Wickens
2011 Amanda Kirwan
2010 Ali Edell
2007-2009 Kiira Dosdall
2006 Brooke Wheeler
2005, 2007 Tara French
2004 Rebecca Lahar
2003 Rebecca Lahar
2002 Chelsey Rhodes
2001 Kelly Roos
2000 Kelly Roos
  • Most Improved Player
Year Player
2017 Ellie DeCaprio
2016 Chelsea Jacques
2015 Hayla Hans
2014 Brittany Brooks
2013 Stephanie Giannopoulos
2012 Caroline Potoliccio
2011 Megan Wickens
2010 Jessica Hootz, Jenna Klynstra
2009 Amanda Kirwan
2008 Jacquie Colborne
2007 Evan Minnick
2006 Laura Jansen
2005 Brooke Wheeler
2004 Alix Warren
2003 Melanie Barclay
2002 Lori Marshall
2001 Kathryn Green, Nicole Lehrhoff, Kari Dequine
2000 Anne Stover, Toby Mandel
1999 Jennifer O'Brien
1998 Rebecca Balkin
  • Rookie of the Year
Year Player
2017 Livia Altmann
2016 Bailey Larson
2015 Breanne Wilson-Bennett
2014 Cat Quirion
2013 Ashlynne Rando
2012 Melissa Kueber
2011 Shannon Doyle
2010 Brittany Phillips
2009 Kimberly Sass
2008 Lisa Plenderleith
2007 Katie Stewart
2006 Sam Hunt
2005 Kara Leene
2004 Tara French
2003 Allison Paiano
2002 Cheryl Setchell
2001 Caitlin Hornyak, Avery McGlenn
2000 Jennifer Burtraw
  • Sportsmanship Award
Year Player
2017 Livia Atlmann
2016 Katelyn Parker
2015 Katelyn Parker
2014 Katelyn Parker
2013 Katelyn Parker
2012 Susan Allen
2011 Heidi Peterson
2010 Heidi Peterson
2009 Laura Jensen
2008 Kate Wolgemuth
2007 Carly McNaughton
2006 Carly McNaughton
2005 Cheryl Setchell
2004 Caitlin Hornyak
2003 Nicole Lehnhoff
2002 Toby Mandel
2001 Toby Mandel
2000 Charlotte Davet
  • Marian Lefevre Coach's Award, previously the Interest, Attitude & Dedication award. Discontinued after 2015–2016 season
Year Player
2016 Annika Zalewski
2015 Hannah Rastrick
2014 Rachel Walsh
2013 Jessica Hootz
2012 Heidi Peterson
2011 Kim Sass
2010 Beth Rotenberg
2009 Elayna Hamashuk
2008 Mallory Johnston
2007 Carly McNaughton, Ashley Bradford
2006 Melanie Barclay
2005 Maura Kehoe
2004 Avery McGlenn
2003 Nichole Lehnhoff, Toby Mandel
2002 Kelly Roos
2001 Abigail Webb
2000 Lindsay Barton
1999 Andrew Thomas
1998 Stephanie Sand, Stephanie Racette
  • Don Palmateer Award, awarded by the Center Ice Club to the player whose leadership, inspiration and performance on the ice and off during her career has had the greatest impact on Colgate women's hockey.
Year Player
2017 Cat Quirion
2016 Ashlynne Rando
2015 Class of 2015
2014 Megan Wickens
2013 Jenna Klynstra
2012 Kim Sass
2011 Jessi Waters
2010 Ali Edell
2009 Sam Hunt, Kiira Dosdall, Elin Brown
2008 Kate Wolgemuth
2007 Tara French
2006 Becky Irvine
2005 Cheryl Setchell
2004 Caitlyn Hornyak

Notable players[edit]

  • Kiira Dosdall
  • Sam Hunt
  • Tara French
  • Becky Irvine
  • Julia Vandyk, 2016–2017, set the record for most career wins with 36; most minutes in a season, 2016–2017; most wins in a season, 20, 2015–2016;
  • Liz Auby, 2016–2017, had a shutout streak of three games. It is tied for the longest in program history, while her minutes streak of 200:36 is the second longest in program history behind Jen Burtaw's streak of 231:24 from the 1999–2000 season, before the program entered the Division I level.
  • During the 2008–09 season, Kimberly Sass earned ECAC Rookie of the Week honors five times and the ECAC Goaltender of the Week award once. On November 8, 2009, she recorded a career and season high 46 saves as the Raiders defeated Princeton. Against the Yale Bulldogs on January 24, Sass earned a shutout. In three different games, she surpassed 40 saves and eclipsed 30 saves in ten games.
  • Maura Crowell, class of 2002, is the head coach of the University of Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs, and was head coach for the USA U-18 women's national ice hockey team in 2017-2018 and 2018-19.

All-Time Scoring Leaders[edit]

Name Years GP G A PTS
Heather Murphy 1992-02 94 77 83 160
Sam Hunt 2006-2009 136 72 69 141
Allison Paiano 2003-2006 136 54 56 110
Brittany Phillips 2010-2013 135 57 51 108
Becky Irvine 2003-2006 133 48 59 107
Charlotte Davet 1998-2000 65 43 62 105
Katie Stewart 2007-2010 122 56 43 99
Amanda Barre 2002-2005 119 52 41 93
Elin Brown 2006-2009 133 32 55 87
Jenna Klynstra 2010-2013 122 28 54 82
Marissa Dombovy 2007-2010 140 30 46 76
Cheryl Setchell 2002-2005 137 36 40 76
Stephanie Sand 1998-2000 68 38 37 75
Tara French 2004-2007 136 12 60 72
Miriam Drubel 2012-2015 129 31 38 69
Evan Minnick 2007-2010 140 29 39 68
Lauren Pufahl 1998-2001 84 30 37 67
Megan Sullivan 2015-2018 108 36 29 65
Jessie Eldridge

Carly McNaughton

2016–present

2002–2005

74

138

22

23

42

41

64

64

Kiira Dosdall

Jessi Waters

2006-2009

2008–2011

134

137

11

12

52

51

63

63

Beth Rotenberg 2007-2010 140 30 32 62
Maura Crowell

Jocelyn Simpson

Melissa Kueber

1999-2002

2011–2014

2012–2015

104

130

124

29

26

38

32

35

23

61

61

61

Additional Records[edit]

  • Points in a game: Heather Murphy, vs RPI 1/14/01....12
  • Longest point scoring streak: Sam Hunt, 14 games....21
  • Points in a season: Amanda Barre (04–05).................39
  • Most goals in a game: Heather Murphy vs Hamilton 11/30/99....4
  • Longest goal scoring streak: Heather Murphy.............12
  • Most goals scored in a season: Katie Stewart (09–10)...24
  • Most goals scored in a career: Heather Murphy ('99-'02).....77
  • Most assists in a game: Heather Murphy vs MIT................6
  • Longest assist scoring streak: Heather Murphy................15
  • Most assists in a season: Becky Irvine............................25
  • Most penalty minutes in a game: Kiira Dosdall, Ali Edell, Brittany Phillips....17
  • Most consecutive games with a penalty: Brittany Phillips, Kiira Dosdall.....20
  • Most penalty minutes in a season: Brittany Phillips........79
  • Most penalty minutes in a career: Brittany Phillips......238
  • Most power play goals in a season: Brittany Phillips...9
  • Most power play goals in a career: Sam Hunt.......24
  • Most short handed goals in a season: Jessie Eldridge....4
  • Most short handed goals in a career: Sam Hunt.....9
  • Most game willing goals in a season: Becky Irvine....9
  • Most game-winning goals in a career: Heather Murphy....13
  • Most games played in a career: Katelyn Parker....141
  • Most consecutive games played: Katelyn Parker...141
  • Most minutes in a season: Julia VanDyk....1941:41
  • Most minutes in a career: Rebecca Lahar....6072:38
  • Most shutouts in a season: Kimberly Sass....5
  • Most Consecutive Shutout Minutes: Jen Burtaw....231:24
  • Most shutouts in a career: Rebecca Lahar....13
  • Most wins in a season: Julia Vandyk....20
  • Most wins in a career: Rebecca Lahar...35
  • Best goals against average in a season: Brook Wheeler.....1.76
  • Best goals against average in a career: Jen Burtaw.........1.96
  • Most saves in a season: Rebecca Lahar......1083
  • Most saves in a career: Rebecca Lahar...3028
  • Best saves percentage in a season: Brook Wheeler.... .931
  • Best saves percentage in a career: Elayana Hamashuk... .923

International[edit]

  • Livia Altmann, Swiss National Team, Sochi Olympics, Bronze Medal (2014)
  • Livia Altmann, Swiss National Team, Pyeongchang Olympics (2018)
  • Livia Altmann, Switzerland National Team – Nation Cup (2017–2018)
  • Shae Labbe, Canadian National Women's Development Team (2016); 2014–15 Canada Under-18 Team
  • Brittany Phillips, IIHF World U18 Championships, Canada, Silver (2009)
  • Kaila Pinkney, IIHF World U18 Championships, Canada, Gold
  • Lauren Wildfang, IIHF World U18 Championships, Canada, Gold (2014)
  • Breanne Wilson-Bennett, IIHF World U18 Championships, Canada, Gold (2014)
  • Tara French, Canadian Under 22 Team (2005)
  • Becky Irvine, Canadian Under-22 Team (2005)
  • Sam Hunt, Canadian Under-22 Team (2006)
  • Sam Hunt, Canadian Under-22 Team (2005)
  • Malia Schneider, 2014–2015 Canada Under-18 Team
  • Rebecca Lahaer, 2004 USA Under-22 Team
  • Maura Crowell ('02), Head Coach for the USA Under 18 Team (2017-18 & 2018-19)

Raiders in professional hockey[edit]

  • Sam Hunt, Kiira Dosdall and Evan Minnick were named to the 2011 Elite Women's Hockey League (EWHL) All-Star team.[20]
Player Team League
Kiira Dosdall EHV Vienna Sabres

2009–2013 Boston Blades

2013–2014 New York Riveters

2015 – 2016 Metropolitan Riveters

2017–2018

Elite Women's Hockey League (EWHL)

CWHL

NWHL

Kimberley Sass Buffalo Beauts

2015–2016

Metropolitan Riveters

2017–2019

Tri State Region 2019-2020

NWHL

PWHPA

Sam Hunt EHV Vienna Sabres

2009–2011 Alberta Honeybadgers

2011–2012 EHV Sabres Wein

2013–2014

Elite Women's Hockey League (EWHL)

CWHL

Elite Women's Hockey League (EWHL)

Evan Minnick ESC Planneg Elite Women's Hockey League (EWHL)

Notable Fans[edit]

  • Gordon Denis
  • Kyle Eldridge
  • Mathis Mateus
  • In one particular tense rivalry game against Clarkson University, fans Denis and Mateus notably dressed as hot dogs to distract the other team. The method was largely considered successful, as the Raiders walked away with a 4-1 victory.[21]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  16. ^ "Lonergan, Pasiechnyk, Osborne Earn Monthly League Honors". ecachockey.com. 2021-02-03. Retrieved 2021-04-12.
  17. ^ "Smigliani, Osborne, Lum Named March Award Winners". ecachockey.com. 2021-04-01. Retrieved 2021-04-13.
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