Cornell Roster for Hockey Season

The Cornell Roster for hockey season has been announced. Check out the full list of names here.

Forwards

Forwards are the players who skate up and down the ice and score the majority of the goals. The Cornell roster is currently made up of the following forwards:

-Sophia Lee
-Maddie Mills
-Jordan Rauhauser
-Sarah Anderson
-Kelly Babstock

Defensemen

-#3 Chase Priskie, Sr.
-#2Jacob Slavin, Jr.
-#6 Matt Nuttle, So.

Forwards
-#9 Anthony Angello, Sr.
– #10 Cam Donaldson, So.
– #12 Jeff Malott, Jr.
– #13 Max Andreev, Fr.

Goaltenders

##The Cornell Roster for hockey season contains the following goaltenders:

-Sophie Shirley
-Mariza Dominguez-Lichtenberg
-Maggie Knott

Injuries

The Cornell Hockey Team has been hit with the injury bug this season. Several Key Players have missed games due to injuries, and the team has been forced to play with a shorter bench as a result.

Here is a list of players who have missed games due to injuries this season:

-Forward Cole Bardreau (upper body)
-Forward Matt Buckles (upper body)
-Defenseman Wiley Sherman (upper body)
-Goalie Mitch Gillam (upper body)
-Forward Jeff Kubiak (lower body)

Transactions

The Cornell Hockey season officially ended yesterday with their loss to Minnesota in the NCAA West Regional final. Here is a list of the transactions that the Cornell Hockey staff has made this offseason:
-Incoming transfers:
FWD Kristin O’Neill (Buffalo)
D Alyssa Gagliardi (Providence)
G Lauren Slebodnik (Minnesota Duluth)

-Departing transfers:
FWD Brian Ferlin (Boston College)
D Reece Willcox (Providence)
G Andy Iles (Quinnipiac)

Schedule

Cornell’s Hockey Schedule has finally been released for the 2019-2020 Season The Big Red will once again compete in one of the toughest leagues in college hockey the ECAC. With games against top-ranked opponents such as Clarkson, Colgate, and Harvard, Cornell will look to defend their Ivy League title and continue their tradition of success in one of college hockey’s most competitive conferences. Check out the full schedule below.

2018-19 Cornell Hockey Schedule
Date|Opponent|Location
—--|——--|——--
Oct. 12|Clarkson|Ithaca, NY
Oct. 13|Colgate|Ithaca, NY
Nov. 2|Harvard|Ithaca, NY
Nov 2|Dartmouth|Hanover, NH
Nov. 16|Princeton|Ithaca, NY
Nov. 23|Yale |New Haven

Results

2016-2017 Results
The Cornell men’s varsity Hockey Team ended the 2016-17 season with an overall record of 20-9-4 and a 12-6-2 ECAC record, good for fourth place. The team advanced to the ECAC tournament for the 41st consecutive season, and hosted a playoff series for the ninth consecutive season. Cornell defeated Union in the best-of-three quarterfinal series two games to one, but lost to national runner up Clarkson in the semifinals, also by a 2-1 score.

Standings

The Cornell Hockey team is off to a great start this season! With a record of 3-0, they are currently leading the Ivy League Check out the standings below to see where the other teams stack up.

Ivy League Standings
1. Cornell
2. Dartmouth
3. Harvard
4. Princeton
5. Yale

Prospects

Prospects is a Cornell Roster for hockey season

Team History

The Cornell men’s Ice Hockey team is a NCAA Division I college Ice hockey program that represents Cornell University Cornell has won seven NCAA tournament championships, tying it with North Dakota and Denver for ninth-most all-time. The Since 1938, the team has played its home games in Lynah Rink in Ithaca, New York.

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