ROCHESTER, NY – Junior goaltender Terra Lanteigne (Hatchet Lake, Nova Scotia/Charles P. Allen) of the RIT women’s hockey team, was named College Hockey America Goaltender of the Month for November, 2018. It is her second consecutive monthly honor.
Lanteigne was a two-time CHA Goaltender of the Week in November. She played in all eight games, recording a 2.14 goals against average and a .948 save percentage, while stopping 312 shots. On Nov. 9, she stopped 41 of 42 shots in a 5-1 win over Dartmouth and made a season-high 48 saves the following day. On Nov. 20, Lanteigne also made 48 saves at Penn State and ended the month with consecutive wins over Lindenwood.
This season, Lanteigne leads all of Division I with 557 saves and is seventh nationally with a .939 save percentage. She also has a 2.10 goals against average, while playing in all 17 games. Lanteigne has played 1,029 of 1,042 minutes in goal this season.
RIT wraps up the fall semester and 2018 calendar year with a pair of home games against Boston University of Hockey East. Friday’s game from the Gene Polisseni Center begins at 12 p.m., while Saturday’s contest gets underway at noon.