July 31, 2018– The defending Isobel Cup champions have received a massive shot in the arm with the return of defender Kelsey Koelzer, the first overall pick in the 2016 NWHL Draft. Koelzer has re-signed with the Metropolitan Riveters for the 2018-19 season.
Before a sold-out crowd at TRIA Rink, the brand-new training facility of the Minnesota Wild in Saint Paul, the NWHL All-Star Game conducted a dazzling showcase of women’s professional hockey from start to finish. Behind three goals and an assist from Hayley Scamurra of the Buffalo Beauts, Team Ott defeated Team Leveille, 8-6.
Kelsey Koelzer '17 has been selected to the 2018 National Women's Hockey League All-Star Game in Minnesota as a member of #Team Leveille. The game will take place on Sunday, Feb. 11 between TeamLeveille and TeamOtt at 11:30 a.m., CT and will be broadcast on Twitter Live.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Inside ECAC Hockey Weekly Radio Show is a program highlighting action from the previous weekend's games and upcoming games. The program also includes interviews with coaches and student-athletes and showcases stories from around the league.
Paul Smiths, NY (12/01/2017) —The only four-year college in the Adirondacks continued to embrace the culture of the region when Paul Smith's College announced on Friday, Dec. 1, the advent of women's hockey.
We continue our countdown of the Top 25 under 25 with our number 16 player from the New York Riveters, by way of Princeton, Kelsey Koelzer. Over the past 12 months, Koelzer has experienced just about every level of women’s hockey. A knee injury in high school left her off USA Hockey youth rosters, but she more than made up for that lost time in her college career.
BROOKLYN, NY – Inspired in part by the perseverance of her Princeton University and Noble and Greenough teammate Denna Laing, Corey Stearns devoted the last year to intense training with a goal of returning to competitive hockey. Her hopes were realized today as Stearns signed a contract to play for the Boston Pride in 2017-18.
On March 9, Kelsey Koelzer became the first current college student to sign an NWHL contract. She made her professional debut March 17 during the 2017 Isobel Cup Playoffs. Since then, Koelzer has spent time with USA Hockey and re-signed with the New York Riveters. But her path through women’s hockey has been unlike many others.
BROOKLYN, NY – Kelsey Koelzer, the 2016-17 Patty Kazmaier Memorial Award finalist who was selected first overall in the 2016 NWHL Draft, is returning to the Riveters to play her first full season in the league. Koelzer signed a contract this morning for the 2017-18 season.
Duluth native Laura Bellamy will run Grandma’s Marathon for the first time on Saturday. After running five half-marathons — including the Garry Bjorklund twice — the 40th Grandma’s will be her first full marathon.
There are three hours until game time, but Gabie Figueroa is already in the locker room. By day, the Princeton grad is helping transform the Bronx’s cavernous Kingsbridge Armory into the world’s largest indoor ice center as part of her job with the Gilbane Building Company.
A car trip from Branchburg, a township in Somerset County New Jersey, to Brooklyn will take you about an hour and fifteen minutes. That is the distance between where Gabie Figueroa of the New York Riveters grew up and where she will be one of the first women in North America to be paid for playing professional hockey.
Saturday evening saw the addition of Princeton alumna, defenseman Gabie Figueroa, to the NWHL’s New York Riveters. Figueroa joins fellow former Princeton Tiger Kelly Cooke in the NWHL. Cooke plays for the Boston club.
In Patty Kazmaier’s four seasons at Princeton University, she helped the Tigers win three straight Ivy League women’s hockey championships. In her final season of 1985-86, she was selected the most valuable player for both her team and league.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- ECAC Hockey was well represented in the 2013 Canadian Women's Hockey League (CWHL) Draft, held Monday, August 26 in Mississauga, Ontario as 15 former student-athletes were chosen. The CWHL Draft took place via conference call with general managers from the Alberta Hockey Club, Brampton Thunder, Boston Blades, Montreal Stars and Toronto Furies set to select players from a list of 67 prospective players. It marked the fourth annual entry draft for the Canadian Women’s Hockey League.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Former Princeton standout Sasha Sherry is among 22 players named to the U.S. Women's National Team that will compete in the 2011 International Ice Hockey Federation Twelve Nations Invitational Tournament Series, Aug. 24-31, in Vierumäki, Finland, it was announced by USA Hockey.