Clarkson Trio Earn ECAC Women's Hockey All-Decade
ALBANY, N.Y. - ECAC Hockey has announced its women’s First-Team All-Decade, recognizing the top student-athletes in the league between the 2009-10 and 2018-19 seasons. The six former standouts that have been voted to the First-Team are Brianne Jenner (Cornell), Loren Gabel (Clarkson), Jamie Lee Rattray (Clarkson), Laura Fortino (Cornell), Erin Ambrose (Clarkson), and Emerance Maschmeyer (Harvard).
*Please note that all statistics listed in this article are from league games only between 2009-10 and 2018-19. Some of these student-athletes may have played before 2009-10, but stats for those years were not considered for this award.
Jenner (2011-2015) was nothing short of dominant during her four years at Cornell, finishing her career with 138 points in just 80 league games. She was a 4x First-Team All-ECAC Hockey selection, 4x First-Team All-Ivy, 2x ECAC Hockey Player of the Year, and Ivy League Rookie of the Year (2011). She was also a Top-10 Finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award during both her sophomore and senior seasons.
Career Statistics: 80 GP / 59 G / 79 A / 138 PTS
Gabel (2016-2019) led Clarkson to four consecutive Frozen Four appearances, and two national titles in her four years donning the Green and Gold. She was a 2x ECAC Hockey Player of the Year, 2x First-Team All-American, and 2x First-Team All-League. In 2019, she was the recipient of the Patty Kazmaier Award given to the top player in women’s Division I hockey.
Career Statistics: 86 GP / 65 G / 50 A / 115 PTS
Rattray (2011-2014) was also a recipient of the Patty Kazmaier Award after her outstanding senior season in 2014. She was also named the Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player that season, leading the Golden Knights to the first national title in program history. She was a Second-Team All-League selection in 2013, and First-Team selection in 2014.
Career Statistics: 86 GP / 47 G / 55 A / 102 PTS
Fortino (2010-2013) put together an outstanding career, finishing as a 3x First-Team All-American, 3x First-Team All-ECAC Hockey, 3x First-Team All-Ivy, and 2x “Patty Kaz” Top-10 Finalist. She was named to the NCAA All-Tournament team during her freshman campaign, and won Ivy League Player of the Year as a sophomore in 2011.
Career Statistics: 84 GP / 23 G / 65 A / 88 PTS
Ambrose (2013-2016) patrolled the blue line for Clarkson during her four year career, twice being named to the First-Team All-League. She earned Rookie of the Year honors in 2013 while also being named to the leagues Second-Team honor roll. In 2014, she was a First-Team All-American, Patty Kazmaier Top-10 Finalist, and was named the Co-ECAC Hockey Best Defenseman.
Career Statistics: 79 GP / 17 G / 66 A / 83 PTS
Maschmeyer (2013-2016) was a brick wall in net for the Crimson during her career, allowing less than 1.5 goals per-game in 60 league starts. She was a 3x First-Team All-Ivy, and earned All-ECAC Honors each season. 2014 was her strongest season, as Maschmeyer won ECAC Hockey Goalie of the Year, was named a Second-Team All-American, and Patty Kazmaier Top-10 Finalist.
Career Statistics: 60 GP / 37-16-7 / 1.49 GAA / .943 SV% / 1,451 saves
SECOND TEAM SELECTIONS HONORED
ALBANY, N.Y. - ECAC Hockey has announced its women’s Second-Team All-Decade, recognizing the top student-athletes in the league between the 2009-10 and 2018-19 seasons. The six former standouts that have been voted to the Second-Team are Kelly Babstock (Quinnipiac), Jillian Saulnier (Cornell), Cayley Mercer (Clarkson), Lauriane Rougeau (Cornell), Kelsey Koelzer (Princeton), and Shea Tiley (Clarkson).
*Please note that all statistics listed in this article are from league games only between 2009-10 and 2018-19. Some student-athletes listed may have played before 2009-10, but stats for those years were not considered for this award.
Babstock (2011-2014) had a remarkable career for the Bobcats, posting 117 points in 88 league games over her four years. She was named the ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year in 2011, and later was honored as the league’s Player of the Year. She was a three-time First-Team All-ECAC Hockey selection, and four-time New England Women’s Hockey All-Star.
Career Statistics: 88 GP / 64 G / 53 A / 117 PTS
Saulnier (2012-2015) was a league Rookie of the Year in her first season as well. She was also named Ivy League Rookie of the Year, and a Second-Team All-ECAC Hockey selection during that season. Though she received accolades in each of her four seasons, 2014 was a defining year for Saulnier, as she was named a First-Team All-American, Second-Team All-USCHO, First-Team All-ECAC Hockey, and was a Top-3 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award.
Career Statistics: 79 GP / 56 G / 66 A / 122 PTS
Mercer (2014-2017) was an integral part of Clarkson’s dominance during her four years in Green and Gold, helping the team to a pair of national titles. She was a three-time First-Team All-ECAC Hockey selection (2015, 2016, 2017), and a finalist for the league’s Best Forward Award in ’16. Her breakout season came during her senior year when she was named the USCHO.com Player of the Year, First-Team All-American, ECAC Hockey Player of the Year, and Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player.
Career Statistics: 88 GP / 51 G / 61 A / 112 PTS
Rougeau (2010-2013) was an elite two-way defenseman throughout her entire four years in Ithaca, N.Y., earning First-Team All-League honors every season. She was named ECAC Hockey and Ivy League Rookie of the Year in 2010, while also being placed on the NCAA All-Tournament Team. She was a four-time Second-Team All-American, four-time All-Ivy selection, and three-time ECAC Hockey Best Defenseman.
Career Statistics: 84 GP / 22 G / 54 A / 76 PTS
Koelzer (2014-2017) was a four-year standout at Princeton, earning All-League honors in 2015, 2016, and 2017. She was particularly dominant in 2016, earning ECAC Hockey Best Defenseman, First-Team All-American, Ivy League Player of the Year, and First-Team All-League. As a defenseman, she was twice named a Top-10 finalist for the Patty Kazmaier Award.
Career Statistics: 88 GP / 25 G / 44 A / 69 PTS
Tiley (2015-2018) was the backstop of Clarkson’s back-to-back national titles in 2017 and 2018, earning Frozen Four Most Outstanding Player for her efforts in ’18. She got the nod as the starter right away her freshman season, earning ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year and First-Team All-League honors in 2015. She was the leagues Goaltender of the Year in ’15 and ’18, while also earning First-Team All-American and First-Team All-USCHO honors during her senior campaign.
Career Statistics: 83 GP / 63-11-9 / 1.38 GAA / .934 SV% / 1,578 saves