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Colgate Women’s Hockey remains at number three in latest poll

Credit: Scott Kinville

The Colgate Raiders Women’s Hockey Team is still ranked third in the latest USCHO Division I poll after an undefeated weekend.

The Colgate Raiders returned from a bye in the schedule this weekend and continued rolling. They hit the road to open the ECAC portion of their schedule, traveling to RPI on Friday night and Union on Saturday afternoon. They entered this weekend’s games ranked third in the USCHO poll, and after winning both games they remain at number three.

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Last Weekend

On Friday night, the Raiders traveled to Troy, NY and defeated the RPI Engineers 4-3. Neena Brick led the way on offense, putting up a goal and two assists. Sydney Morrow (one goal and one assist), Kaia Malachino (one goal and one assist), and Madeline Palumbo (two assists) each had two points for Colgate as well. Kayle Osborne made twenty-two saves to pick up the win.

The game against RPI was the Raiders first game of the regular season away from the Class of 1965 Arena.

On Saturday afternoon, Colgate visited Union College in Schenectady for an ECAC matchup against the Garnet Chargers. Kayle Osborne made her second consecutive start and made twenty-eight saves in the Raiders 4-0 victory. Osborne now has a record of 5-0-0 with two shutouts for the season.

Kaitlyn O’Donohoe (two goals and one assist), and Danielle Serdachny (three assists) each had three points spearheading the visitors offense. Neena Brick continued her stellar weekend play, adding two assists.

This Weekend

The Raiders return home this weekend for two more ECAC games. On Friday night the Brown University Bears come to Hamilton. On Saturday afternoon, the seventh ranked Yale Bulldogs come to the Class of 1965 Arena for a top ten showdown.

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