ALBANY, N.Y. — With three National Titles and eight Frozen Four appearances in the last six years, the ECAC Hockey women’s league has made it abundantly clear to the rest of the nation that it sets the standard for women’s college hockey. What’s also becoming unmistakable now is that the success of ECAC Hockey student-athletes is carrying on to the professional ranks.
A well-travelled player whose heroics have been prevalent on the frozen perimeters of collegiate and professional hockey, plus the slab in both CBHA and ISBHF competition, Melanie Jue’s masterful career has transformed her into one of the game’s global citizens.
In a tremendous season for the Princeton Tigers, culminating with the prestige of the ECAC postseason crown, an unprecedented first, one of its key contributors experienced a career year between the pipes.
Following a season in which both players were contributors to a program-record 26 wins, an ECAC tournament title and a second consecutive NCAA tournament bid, forward Carly Bullock and goalie Stephanie Neatby have signed with Swedish professional club Linköping HC.
Mariah Keopple's shot from the corner of the Tigers' attacking zone in the first minute of overtime Sunday afternoon at Lynah Rink went skyward off a Cornell defender, and by the time it landed behind Big Red netminder Lindsay Browning, the sixth-ranked, second-seeded Princeton women's hockey team had won its first-ever ECAC tournament championship.
Five goals from five players helped lift No. 6 Princeton over No. 7 Clarkson 5-1 Saturday at Cornell, putting the Tigers into their first-ever ECAC Hockey tournament final Sunday at 2 p.m. against Cornell.
ALBANY, N.Y. - ECAC Hockey has announced its 2019-20 honor roll, recognizing the best in the league from one of the most exciting seasons in recent history. 22 players from eight different schools were named to either the First, Second, Third, or Rookie team.
ALBANY, N.Y. - Princeton senior Carly Bullock (Eden Prarie, Minn.) has been named the Women’s Hockey Commissioners Association (WHCA) Player of the Month after leading the Tigers to a 7-2 mark in February.
ALBANY, N.Y. - ECAC Hockey has announced the finalists for the Player of the Year award, and Jaime Bourbonnais (Cornell), Sarah Fillier (Princeton), and Elizabeth Giguere (Clarkson) have all been honored.
ALBANY, N.Y. - ECAC Hockey has announced its women’s monthly award winners, and Carly Bullock (Princeton), Gabrielle David (Clarkson), and Marie-Pier Coulombe (Clarkson) have all been honored for month of February.
ALBANY, N.Y. - ECAC Hockey has announced the finalists for the MAC Goaltending Goalie of the Year award, and Lindsay Browning (Cornell), Marie-Pier Coulombe (Clarkson), and Lucy Morgan (St. Lawrence) have all been honored.
ALBANY, N.Y. - ECAC Hockey has announced its women’s weekly award winners, and Becca Gilmore (Harvard), Gabrielle David (Clarkson), and Marie-Pier Coulombe (Clarkson) have all been honored for the week ending March 1, 2020.
For the second straight day, Marie-Pier Coulombe was excellent in net for the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team, stopping 28 shots in a 2-0 Golden Knights' win against Colgate Saturday afternoon in the second game of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals at Cheel Arena.
Senior Grace Graham scored two goals, including a game-winning short-handed goal, to lead the Cornell women's ice hockey team to a 3-2 win over St. Lawrence, Saturday evening. With the win, Cornell advances to the ECAC Hockey semifinal, which will take place at Lynah Rink.
Senior Michaela Pejzlova converted on the power play midway through overtime to lift the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team to a 2-1 victory over Colgate University in the first game of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals Friday night at Cheel Arena.
The RV/RV Harvard women's hockey team (17-12-1, 15-6-1 ECAC Hockey) took Game One of ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals from RV Yale (16-14-0, 13-9-0 ECAC Hockey) by a score of 4-0 on Friday afternoon at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center. The Crimson is now one win away from advancing to championship weekend for the first time since 2015.
Two goals in the game's first two minutes turned out to be enough to lift the sixth-ranked Princeton women's hockey team to a 5-1 win over 10th-ranked Quinnipiac Friday afternoon at Baker Rink in the ECAC Hockey League quarterfinal opener.