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Colgate Women’s Hockey Class of 2025


HAMILTON – The Colgate women’s hockey program welcomes eight incoming student-athletes for the 2021-22 season, including seven first-years and a Wisconsin transfer.
The Class of 2025 joins a team already loaded with returning talent. The 2020-21 campaign featured the first outright ECAC Hockey Regular Season and Tournament titles in program history, before the team advanced to the NCAA Quarterfinals.
The addition of the three forwards, three defenders, and two goaltenders join 16 returners to the program, including a six-player senior class. Colgate graduated five to the Class of 2021, while returning captain Malia Schneider for a fifth year.
#2 Rachel Golnitz
Wyoming, Minn. // Forest Lake Area High School // Defense
A 2021 graduate of Forest Lake Area, Golnitz won a gold medal with the 2020 USA Hockey U-18 Women’s National Team. She totaled 148 points in her career by 52 goals and 96 assists, while most recently notching 32 points behind 11 goals and 21 assists as a senior.
A three-year team captain, Golnitz was a three-time conference champion, All-Conference honoree, and All-State selection. After being named 2017 Rookie of the Year for her program, she was a three-time Defensive Player of the Year and two-time team MVP. Just as strong off the ice, Golnitz was also a member of the National Honor Society.
#6 Gwen Eichfeld
Winnetka, Ill. // Shattuck-St. Mary’s // Defense
A 2021 graduate of Shattuck-St. Mary’s in Minnesota, Eichfeld also competed with the Pittsburgh Penguins Elite Girls Team and the Northern Virginia Ice Dogs previously in her career. In addition to serving as team captain as a senior, she recorded 20 goals and 23 assists through 41 games played to average more than a point per game.
Eichfeld joins Allyson Simpson from the Colgate roster as current Raiders coming out of Shattuck-St. Mary’s.
#12 Annaka Mettler
New Canaan, Conn. // The Taft School // Defense
A 2021 graduate of the Taft School, Mettler also competed for the North American Hockey Academy. Most recently playing for the Mid-Fairfield Stars U-19 program in the 2020-21 campaign, she became the 2020 NAHA U19 JWHL Regular Season and Tournament Champion with her program.
#15 Katie Chan 
Richmond, British Columbia // South Delta Secondary // Forward
A 2021 graduate of South Delta Secondary School, Chan was a multi-sport athlete that played hockey, basketball, and volleyball, while also playing with the Delta Hockey Academy. A three-time member of Team BC at Nationals, Chan won the bronze medal with Team BC in 2017 and 2018 before serving as an assistant captain in 2020. Also listed on the U-18 Team Canada roster in the summer of 2020, Chan recorded 21 goals and 16 assists through 21 games played in 2019-20.
A two-time captain for her team, Chan was also nominated for MVP in the CSSHL in 2018-19 and 2019-20. She was also nominated for Rookie of the Year in 2018-19.
#17 Neena Brick 
Regina, Saskatchewan // Miller Comprehensive // Forward 
A 2021 graduate of Miller Comprehensive High School, Brick was a multi-sport athlete that played hockey, football, badminton, and ran track. She played midget AAA hockey with the Regina Rebels and junior hockey with the Oakville Junior Hornets.
Invited to the Team Canada U-18 Team summer camp in 2020, Brick played for Team Saskatchewan at Nationals in 2020, where she won a silver medal and led the tournament in total points. In her career, Brick has totaled 228 points through 144 games, and became the 2019 league champion with the Regina Rebels. Named team MVP, Rookie of the Year, and a First Team All-Star, Brick served as team captain as a second-year bantam.
#30 Averill McCorkle
Salem, Mass. // The Governor’s Academy // Goaltender
A 2021 graduate of The Governor’s Academy, McCorkle was a multi-sport athlete that lettered in hockey, soccer, and softball. She most recently recorded a .933 save percentage and 2.66 goals against average in her senior season, to total an outstanding .928 save percentage and 2.50 goals against average in her career.
Just as strong off the ice, she was also a member of the Cum Laude Society and served as co-director at the Special Olympics Massachusetts Soccer Cup in 2019-20.
#77 Dara Greig 
Lethbridge, Alberta // Wisconsin (WCHA) // Forward 
Greig joins the Raiders after two seasons at Wisconsin, where she most recently saw ice in all 21 games with the National Championship team. She recorded five points in the 2020-21 campaign, behind two goals and three assists, and tied for fourth in the WCHA for power play goals. Finishing the season with a plus-4 rating, Greig previously played all 36 games as a freshman helping the Badgers to a WCHA regular season title.
A graduate of the Pursuit of Excellence where she scored a league-high 63 points by 25 goals and 38 assists as a junior, Greig joins Schneider and Danielle Serdachny as current Raiders that are products of the Pursuit of Excellence. Greig also suited up for Team Canada in 2017 in its U-18 summer series against the United States.
#83 Hannah Murphy
Bradford, Ontario // Bradford District // Goaltender 
A 2021 graduate of Bradford District High School, Murphy was a multi-sport athlete who played hockey, volleyball, and track & field. Also competing in the PWHL with the Aurora Panthers, Toronto Aeros, and most recently the Durham West Lightning, Murphy posted a 1.64 goals against average and .931 save percentage in the 2020-21 campaign.
Throughout her career, Murphy held an impressive 1.89 goals against average and .920 save percentage.

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