Congratulations to Connecticut’s Seniors

One of my biggest wishes is that NCAA Women’s Hockey would get more attention.  Well that’s why this blog is here.  Without further ado, let’s congratulate the senior class of 2014-2015 as teams are eliminated from further play.

Connecticut Huskies

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Clockwise from left: Rachel Farrel #8, Sarah MacDonnell #26, Kayla Campero #48, Emily Snodgrass #62, Rebecca Fleming #18, Emily Walsh #1

Team Highlights:

  • Tied #10 Minnesota-Duluth 4-4
    • Sarah MacDonnell from Leah Lum
    • Lum from MacDonnell and Alice Hughes
    • MacDonnell from Lum
    • Margaret Zimmer from Emily Snodgrass and Brittany Berisoff

Senior Highlights:

  • Rachel Farrel notched career highs in games played (37) and assists (7).
  • Kayla Campero notched career highs in games played (36), goals (11), assists (11), and points (22).
  • Emily Snodgrass notched career highs in games played (37), goals (15), and points (24).
  • Rachel Fleming notched a career high in games played (37) and Division 1 career highs in goals (7), and points (14).
  • Sarah MacDonnell notched career highs in games played (37), assists (19), and points (30).

Emily Walsh #1 – Goaltender

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Rachel Farrel #8 – Center

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Rebecca Fleming #18 – Center

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2011-2012 and 2012-2013 seasons played for Holy Cross

Sarah MacDonnell #26 (C) – Left Wing

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Kayla Campero #48 – Right Wing

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Emily Snodgrass #62 – Center

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