HANOVER, N.H. — Head Coach Mark
Hudak and the Dartmouth women's hockey team announced the early
decision commitments for the Class of 2016. Each of the incoming
players has turned in their intent to enroll cards and look forward
to becoming a member of the Big Green.
All four early commitments are from north of the border and play forward. Three of the four recruits are from Ontario and play for the Toronto Junior Aeros with the fourth coming from Nova Scotia and the Mississauga Junior Chiefs.
Kleinburg, Ontario/The Hill Academy/Toronto Junior Aeros
Stacey recently represented Ontario on Team Red at the Canadian U18 Nationals and is a two-time member of the Canadian U18 National Team. She was part of the team that won gold at the World Championship in 2012. She finished the tournament with four goals and three assists for seven points in five games. She attends the Hill Academy and made the Dean's List in 2009-10 and 2010-11. She also played for the Toronto Junior Aeros.
Sutton West, Ontario/Bishop Strachan School/Toronto Junior Aeros
Forfar is a native of Sutton West, Ontario and attends Bishop Strachan School. She attended the Team Canada U18 conditioning and selection camp. She represented Ontario on Team Red at the Canadian U18 Nationals. At Bishop Strachan School, she earned the Principal's Leadership Award, the Overall Excellence Award, the Athlete of the Year honor in 2007-08 and was the Valedictorian. She also played for the Toronto Junior Aeros.
Toronto, Ontario/Leaside High School/Toronto Junior Aeros
Allen attended the Team Canada U18 conditioning and selection Camp. She represented Ontario on Team Blue at the Canadian U18 Nationals. She attends Leaside High School, and earned the High School Female Athlete of the Year Honor three times from 2007-10. She also played for the Toronto Junior Aeros.
Truro, Nova Scotia/Appleby College/Mississauga Junior Chiefs
Berghuis represented Team Nova Scotia at the 2011 Canada Winter Games and Team Atlantic at the Canadian U18 Nationals. She attends Appleby College and earned the Appleby College Duke of Edinburgh Bronze Award. She also played for the Mississauga Junior Chiefs.
The newcomers will look to help keep the Big Green on the winning path. Dartmouth has made the NCAA postseason four out of the last five years, and is currently ranked 10th in the nation.