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Potsdam Women Recognized by ECAC West


POTSDAM, N.Y.– SUNY Potsdam hockey players Izzy Fayerman (Calgary,
Alberta/The Edge) and Sally Mooney (New Albany, Ohio/Wyoming Seminary)
have been recognized by the Eastern College Athletic Conference West for
their play during the week ending Dec. 9. Fayerman was named the
conference’s Player of the Week, while Mooney earned a spot on the honor

Fayerman scored in each of the Bears three games last week. After scoring
Potsdam’s final marker against Hamilton on Tuesday, the sophomore forward
scored the game-tying goal in the Bears’ 2-2 draw with Saint Michael’s on
Friday. She then notched the game-winner in Potsdam’s 3-1 victory over the
Purple Knights on Saturday. Fayerman leads the team in goals with five and
is second on the team in scoring (5g-0a-5a).

Mooney had four points in the Bears’ three games. The forward scored her
first collegiate goal and recorded an assist in the Bears’ contest at
Hamilton. She then added an assist in each of Potsdam’s contests against
Saint Michael’s over the weekend. The freshman leads Potsdam in scoring
and assists with one goal and five helpers for six points.

The Bears (3-8-1, 2-5 ECAC West) are off until Jan. 4-5, when they travel
to South Burlington, Vt. for the Double Tree Ice Hockey Classic hosted by
Saint Michael’s. Potsdam faces Nichols College on Friday at 4 p.m. and the
host Purple Knights at the same time on Saturday.

Head shots attached. Action shots upon request.


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Janet has been covering women's hockey for over 35 years. Along with a 38 year career in Public Relations and over 40 years photographing sports, she found a passion in women's hockey. Her initial story was on the founding of the Niagara University D1 program, she expanded to collegiate and youth and was active in the founding and promoting of the WNY Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation. When Professional Women's Hockey hit the ice she was there, one of the first to release the story in WNY. Along with her husband, Randy, people comment that if there's hockey, the Schultz's are there!