Clarkson opens his 20th season at Sacred Heart

The Golden Knights 2022-23 enter their 20sThe tenth NCAA Play Season Div. I hit a level this weekend while they were traveling to the Sacred Heart in Shelton, Connecticut. Under the guidance of the head coach Matt Desrosierswho enters 15 yearsThe tenth Season, the Knights will hit the ice with a balanced scoring attack, great defensive corps experience, and a net return start. His scoring attack will show more depth than he’s seen in the past few seasons. The Golden Knights bring back 4 of the best 5-point producers from last season. Gabriel David You will be the top scorer last season when you scored 18 goals and 21 assists. Her 18 goals were top of the team last season and Brooke McQuig 16 goals were good for the third highest number of goals last season.

The Knights will feature 6 defenses that have seen events in over 30 matches last year including 4 blue liners played in all 37 matches. Nicole Gosling And the Halle Win He brought in an additional scoring element of the point with 30 and 23 points respectively last season.

between tubes Michael Pasichnik She came back from a season that saw her field 1.68 GAA and had 20 wins. It will be challenged by the return Alexa Madridwho got closure on her debut as the Gold Knight last season, moving Holly Gruberfrom Minn-Duluth and incomer Julia Menotti.

Behind the seat there will be some new but familiar faces. With Britney Smith’s departure to Syracuse, coach Desrosiers brought in the former Golden Knight, Cassidy’s Angle To assist with training duties.

The Knights start a non-league series against Sacred Heart, Bemidji St, Mercyhurst and Syracuse. The Knights will face Team Orange again at the Lake Placid Icebreaker on October 21st. The ECAC Play will begin on October 28 when Clarkson hosts the Union. Clarkson was selected to finish 5The tenth In ECAC, ranked 9The tenth in each of the major national surveys. 7 ECAC teams are ranked in both surveys, indicating that playing ECAC will be very challenging this season with one of College Hockey’s deepest talent pools.

The Knights will return 18 players, joined by 5 new students and 3 transfers. Below is a profile of the upcoming Knights Knights for the 2022-23 season.

Julia Menotti Goalkeeper John Abbott College Islanders
Julia GK from Laval, Quebec. Left realized. He played in 19 games for 1105 minutes for John Abbott College Islanders last season and scored 1.89 goals against average and 906 goals. Julia is a student majoring in communications at Clarkson. I graduated from College Letendre in 2019 and then graduated from John Abbott College CEGEP in 2022. In the first few weeks leading up to this opening weekend, “It was very eventful, the girls made it easy for me to adjust. I had so much fun, The sleds were great and had a great start to the year!” “I decided to bring Clarkson because as soon as I met the coaches and visited Clarkson for the first time, it was clear to my dad and I that Clarkson was the place for me. The coaches automatically made it feel like home. Clarkson because of the close relationship that they have You connect the community to the school, everyone knows everyone and I think that’s great.” Julia has also been recruited by: Cornell, Ottawa U, University of Montreal, McGill, Concordia. Minotti will wear No. 31 for Green and Gold.

Sina Cateral Forward John Abbott College Islanders
Senna (pronounced Senn-Uh) is a left-footed forward shot from Montreal, Quebec. She played the 2021-22 season with John Abbott Collège Islanders where she appeared in 29 games and scored 23 goals and 21 assists for 44 points. Cena will start as a principal in engineering studies at Clarkson, graduating from St. Thomas High School in 2019. Not only is she a single sportswoman, Cena has been on the Canadian National Baseball team. He won the district championship at John Abbott College and individually won the Jeff Mills Award in recognition of the on-field and off-field leadership of a John Abbott graduating student-athlete.
She chose Senna Clarkson because “she seemed to be the best of both worlds, she’s in great academic standing and athletics. She has a great hockey program and seems to suit me perfectly.” Catterall was also recruited by Brown, UVM, Concordia, Bishops, UDEM, and McGill. Senna will wear No. 25 for green and gold.

Dominic Petri Harvard University forward
Dominic will be a transfer graduate from Hermosa Beach, California. Last season with Harvard Crimson, I scored 9 goals and 12 assists in 26 games. In the 2019-20 season, she led the women’s hockey team in points per game and assists (1.25 and 23, respectively) and was named to the second All-Ivy League team and the second All-Ivy League team. During the COVID year that Harvard didn’t play, she was the assistant coach for the 2020-21 LA Lions & Western Selects (summer team) who arrived in the USA for hockey. As a player with the US hockey team, Petrie played 3 years on the Women’s Under-18 World Championship team. 2017, 2018, and 2019 is a two-time gold medalist (2017 and 2018) and a silver medalist (2019). She was named U-18 team captain in 2019 and alternate captain in 2018. She was named Gold Medal Player of the Year in 2018. She was named to the U-22 Summer Series in 2019 and U-23 Camp in 2021 and was a pool player. National team (attended winter camp 2019, October camp 2020, March camp 2021, pre-world camp 2021, Olympic camp 2021).
Off the ice, I also played tennis (played in high school all 4 years. Ocean League champions in 2015.) and basketball (played 3 years varsity in high school. 2x CIF Champion 16-17 and 17-18. Second Team All CIF in 2016 -17). He also enjoys Pickleball & Spikeball, cycling along the beach, cooking, and discovering new music. Academically, you will work towards your MBA. Petrie graduated from Harvard University in 2022 with a concentration in economics and a minor in psychology. While at Harvard, she was chair of the SAAC (Student Athletic Advisory Committee), Academic All Ivy League 2020. She graduated from high school from Beverly Hills High School where she was a Hall of Fame Inductees intern in 2019, and received the Don Reynolds Memorial Award In 2018, 4 times Female Athlete of the Year (2014-2018) and 8 times School Principal’s Honor Award.

It was a fun transition from Boston/Harvard to life at Clarkson, says Petrie, “My first week at Clarkson was amazing! From my step to campus, there was buzz and excitement about this new year that it’s been great to be able to take on the challenge of rehearsals With Tad, to the team meetings that define our goals and culture for this year as well as my first week of MBA classes, I’ve been enjoying every moment the first two weeks gave me. I’m so excited to see what the rest of the year holds for me and the team and can’t wait to be away from all of this. What we do!” Dominic added that she chose Clarkson “because of its rich hockey tradition and tight-knit community. I immediately felt there was something special here and wanted to be a part of it! Clarkson provides me with the opportunity to develop a game on and off the ice while pursuing an MBA at the same time.” Time.” She’ll wear the No. 29 Petri in green and gold

Holly Gruber Jolie University of Minnesota Duluth
Holly is a left-footed goalkeeper from Stevens Point, Wisconsin. She played last season for the NCAA runner-up, the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs. Holly was a participant in the USA Under-18 camp for the top 66 teams in 2019, as well as the 2018 and 2019 USA National Development Hockey Camps. She also played for the Madison Capitols in the 2017-18 season and won the state championship that year .
The Holly family had several deer farms and cranberry bogs at home in Wisconsin. You will be specializing in global supply chain management at Clarkson. Prior to Duluth, Holly was a 2020 graduate of Stevens Point Area High School, receiving the highest honors throughout the years, placing fifth out of 514 students. Why choose Holly Clarkson: “After speaking with the coaches and gaining insight into how they coach and the great Clarkson team culture, I realized it was something I wanted to be a part of and contribute to. Clarkson is an exceptional school with an excellent hockey program that provides opportunities for success both on and off the ice.” Gruber will wear No. 35 for green and gold

Darcy Laban Forward Colgate University
Left shot from Hartington, Ontario, Darcy appeared in 56 games for Colgate (2019-20 and 2020-21), scoring 14 goals and adding 5 points to 19.
Laban will be a pioneer in environmental science and policy at Clarkson… Graduated from Sydenham High School in 2019. Darcy Clarkson chose: “I chose Clarkson for the reputation of the hockey program combined with program values, level of competition and focus on development. The hockey program alongside academics Strict and small campus made Clarkson the perfect choice for me.” Laban will wear No. 27 for green and gold

Jaidan Fahrny Forward Pittsburgh Elite Penguins and Shady Side Academy Girl’s Prep
Gidan is a right shot forward from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Fahrni played with her school team at Shady Side and Pittsburgh Penguins Elite. She was invited to the U15 National Camp in the USA in 2019, the U16/17 National Camp in 2020, and the U16/17 National Camp in 2021.
Giedan will begin his engineering studies major at Clarkson. She graduated from Shady Side Academy in 2022, winning the 2019 WIHLMA Champions with Shady Side Prep Girls Academy. She was also a major contributor to the Pittsburgh Penguins Elite when they won the 2019 USA National Hockey Champions (Girls A-level 14 and under) and her Academy Awards include: Raphael M. Sotak Honors (2019), Stephen Michael Shinkan Memorial Award (2020), Honors (2022), Aurelian Prize (2022), 2022 Rotary Student Recognition Award for Science. Fun fact: At the age of three, after two ballet classes, she hung up her ballet shoes and decided to start playing hockey. Jaydan Clarkson chose: “Because of the high standards the school demands of its students and hockey players while offering many outdoor opportunities. I love the small town atmosphere, and I was immediately drawn to the way the university and the women’s hockey team strive to bring it back to the surrounding community.” They were also recruited by Boston College, Northeastern, Princeton, Quinnipiac, and Wisconsin. Fahrenhei will wear No. 11 for green and gold

big hall Defense Kingston Jr. Ice Wolves
Paige is a left defense from Whitby, ON. Hull scored 5 goals and added 12 assists in 28 games with Kingston Jr. Ice Wolves in 2021-22. Page will be a business intelligence and data analytics specialist at Clarkson. She graduated from Holy Cross High School. She chose Paige Clarkson because “I immediately fell in love with campus and the hockey team/culture is all I want in a hockey program.” He was also recruited by Yale & Dartmouth. He will wear Hull #16 for Green and Gold.

Ashlyn Hamm East Coast processors forward
Ashlyn is a right shot forward from Framingham, Massachusetts. She played for the East Coast Wizards in 2021-22 and 2020-20. Hamm attended 2019 and 2018 USA Hockey National Assessment Camps. You will begin in Business Studies at Clarkson. Ashlyn graduated from Berkshire in 2022. She chose Ashlyn Clarkson because “as a hockey player the team has been quite fit as well as the academics.” Hamm will wear No. 19 for Green and Gold.

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