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The team will visit the Village of Potsdam board meeting on April 3rd.
The Team & Staff
Corie Jacobsen '17DEFENSE
Jessica Gillham '17FORWARD
Lauren Lefler '18FORWARD
Genevieve Bannon '17FORWARD
Michaela Pejzlova '20FORWARD
Pardubice, Czech Republic
Ella Shelton '20DEFENSE
Katherine Beaumier '20FORWARD
Savannah Harmon '18DEFENSE
Downers Grove, IL
Amanda Titus '18FORWARD
Taylor Turnquist '20DEFENSE
Cayley Mercer '17FORWARD
Loren Gabel '19FORWARD
Emma Keenan '19DEFENSE
Cassidy Vinkle '19FORWARD
Katelyn Fournier '18FORWARD
Rhyen McGill '19FORWARD
Kelly Mariani '19FORWARD
Brielle Bellerive '18FORWARD
North Vancouver, BC
Josiane Pozzebon '19DEFENSE
Jenna Brenneman '20GOAL
McKenzie Johnson '17GOAL
Eden Prairie, MN
Shea Tiley '18GOAL
Owen Sound, ONT
Matt DesrosiersHEAD COACH
Britni SmithASSISTANT COACH
Tony MaciASSISTANT COACH
Tad JohnsonSTRENGTH & CONDITIONING COACH
Logan FischerEQUIPMENT MANAGER
Alana AlpertASSISTANT ATHLETIC TRAINER
For more information about the Women's Hockey team visit Clarkson University Athletics
Tournament Photos by Terry Simpson.
- Won Third ECAC Hockey Regular Season Title (with 19-1-2 league mark) and first conference tournament championship
- Earned #2 Seed in 2017 NCAA Frozen Four
- Second NCAA Title in four years, third Frozen Four appearance in four years, second straight showing, five consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance, sixth showings all-time in 14-year history of the program
- Lost only once since mid-October with a 30-1-4 record since October 15. Closed out the season with nation's longest unbeaten streak at 16 games (15-0-1), including 11 straight wins.
- Clarkson is the only team outside the WCHA to have ever won the National Championship in the first 17 years that the NCAA has awarded the trophy.
- Co-captains, junior Savannah Harmon and senior Cayley Mercer, both named All-Americans and nominees for Patty Kazmaier Award
- Named Most Outstanding Player at Frozen Four, Cayley Mercer was nation's leading goal scorer (28), a Top 3 Finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award as the best women’s collegiate ice hockey player, and named USCHO.com Player of the Year
In the News
NY Times | Where Everyone Knows Hockey
Boston Globe | Clarkson upsets Wisconsin for women’s hockey title
WWNY TV 7 | Clarkson Honors Champion Golden Knights
Watertown Daily Times | College women’s hockey: Clarkson wins its second NCAA championship