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Colgate Women’s Hockey Shuts Out Union, 4-0

Credit: Scott Kinville

Upperclassmen power offensive unit in the second shutout of the season.

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. – The Colgate women’s hockey team rebounded from a tightly-contested win on Friday night, soundly defeating the Union Garnett Chargers, 4-0, on Saturday afternoon. Fifth-year Danielle Serdachny contributed a season-high four assists while classmate Kaitlyn O’Donohoe buried a pair of goals. Junior Neena Brick continued her 11-game point streak with a couple of helpers with three other Raiders chipping in a point. 

“We played our game and we played as a team tonight,” O’Donohoe said following the win. “Everyone was contributing and it played a big role in us getting the win.” 

The win marks the fifth game this year with the team registering double-digit points as six Raiders found their way onto the scoresheet. 

Special teams also continued to play a key role in Colgate’s six-game win streak as the Raiders netted power play goals from O’Donohoe and Kristýna Kaltounková, who is tied for the most man-up goals in the country with four this season. As a team, the Raiders added to their NCAA-leading .400 power-play percentage by capitalizing on two out of three advantaged opportunities against Union. Greg Fargo’s group also sits second in the nation for most power-play goals this season with 10. 

Defender Sydney Morrow dished an assist on O’Donohoe’s first goal of the night, making her the leading scorer on Colgate’s backline with six points and team leader in plus-minus this year with a +10 rating. 

In net, senior Kayle Osborne earned her second shutout of the season and ninth of her career while making 22 saves in Colgate’s second-straight league win. 


Colgate’s looks to stay undefeated in ECAC play next weekend as it takes on Brown and Yale on Friday night and Saturday afternoon, respectively, while celebrating Alumni Weekend.

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