CALGARY, Alberta – Three Colgate women’s hockey players in Rosy Demers, Maggie MacEachern, and Danielle Serdachny, have been invited to participate in a virtual camp with Canada’s National Women’s Program.
Of just 50 invited, the three Raiders will partake in the BFL CANADA National Women’s Development Team Summer Camp, presented by Sobeys, meeting weekly until athletes return to university in the fall.
As the virtual meetings progress through the summer, athletes will cover topics that include at-home strength and conditioning plans, mental performance plans and check-ins, nutrition, dry-land skills, skating simulations, team-building activities, short-term international competition preparation, and meetings with coaches.
The online sessions will take place up to twice weekly, with critical information being communicated to athletes to allow them to continue to evolve as high-performance athletes in this new environment, and will utilize the strengths and experience of Canada’s National Women’s Program leadership to help connect one-on-one, athlete-to-athlete.
This past season, Demers notched 15 points behind three goals and 12 assists as a sophomore with the program. In a strong freshman class, MacEachern tallied 12 points off of 76 shots on goal, while fellow first-year Serdachny posted 32 points behind a team-high of 22 assists. Serdachny was also named to the ECAC Hockey All-Rookie Team for her efforts in the 2019-20 campaign.