2014-15 Yale Women's Ice Hockey News
September 16, 2014
Staenz Preseason All-ECAC Hockey; Bulldogs Picked Sixth in Poll
ECAC Hockey released the results of its preseason coaches’ poll on Tuesday, with Yale sophomore forward Phoebe Staenz (Zürich, Switzerland) earning a spot on the preseason all-conference team and the Bulldogs picked to finish sixth in the standings.
August 3, 2014
Leonoff and Murray Selected for Hockey Canada Development Team Camp
Two Yale women’s ice hockey student-athletes -- rising senior goaltender Jaimie Leonoff (Montreal, Que.) and incoming freshman forward Eden Murray (Medicine Hat, Alta.) -- have been selected to attend Hockey Canada’s National Women’s Development Team selection camp. The camp, which takes place Aug. 8-17 at the Markin MacPhail Centre at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alta., is an important step in identifying players who could play for the Development Team and one day be in the running to play for the National Women’s Team.
July 10, 2014
Åström Earns Invite to another National Team Camp for Sweden
After attending a National Team Camp for her native Sweden at the end of June, rising junior forward Hanna Åström (Örnsköldsvik, Sweden) of the Yale women’s ice hockey team has been invited to another National Team Camp next month. Åström is one of 24 players selected for this camp, which runs from August 8 through 11 in Norrtälje and consists of on-ice practices and two games. The camp roster includes 14 players from Sweden’s 2014 Olympic team.
July 2, 2014
Åström Attends National Team Camp for Sweden
Hanna Åström (Örnsköldsvik, Sweden), a rising junior forward on the Yale women’s ice hockey team, just wrapped up a stint at National Team Camp for her native Sweden. Åström was one of 23 players who took part in the camp, which ran from June 26 through June 29 in Norrtälje. The camp consisted of six on-ice practices, off-ice testing and two scrimmages.
June 12, 2014
2014-15 Schedule Includes at Least 11 Games vs. Nationally Ranked Teams
The Yale women’s ice hockey team will once again test itself against some of the nation’s best teams in 2014-15. At least 11 games against teams that ended the past season ranked in the top 10 -- including at least two games against defending NCAA champion Clarkson -- highlight the 2014-15 schedule, which was announced Thursday. Yale is scheduled to play at least eight games against teams that made the 2014 NCAA tournament.
May 12, 2014
Eight Added to Roster in Class of 2018
The Yale women’s ice hockey team welcomes eight incoming freshmen to the roster for 2014-15. The Class of 2018, which was announced Monday, includes five forwards and three defensemen. The new Bulldogs come from three different U.S. states and two different Canadian provinces.