Hockey Wrap-Up

Women’s Hockey

The top-ranked icewomen (32-2, 22-0 Ivy) dominated the East all season but fell to fourth ranked Wisconsin in the NCAA semifinals March 20. Junior forward Sarah Vaillancourt, who had 26 goals and 36 assists on the season, won the Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award, given to the top women’s college hockey player.

Men’s Hockey

After a slow start, the stickmen (17-13-4, 12-7-3 ECAC) finished their season by winning 6 of 7 games, earning them a trip to the conference championship, where they lost to Princeton, 4-1.

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