RIT's Dagg Reaches Career Milestone and Earns Player of the Week

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Player of the Week

Sarah Dagg-RIT
Junior, Forward, St. George, Ontario/Hamilton Hawks

Dagg became the seventh player in the history of the RIT women's hockey program to record 100 career points, as the Tigers defeated Chatham, 7-1 on Sunday afternoon.  Dagg tallied four points on two goals and two assists in the win.  Dagg now has 100 points (39-61-100) in 72 career games.  She leads RIT with 33 points (11-22-33) in 20 games this season.  Dagg has 24 points (8-16-24) in 13 ECAC West contests.

Goalie of the Week

Lauren Sullivan-Elmira
Freshman, Goalie, Toronto, Ontario/Markham-Stouffville Stars (PWHL)

Sullivan earned a win against Buffalo State as she made 22 saves in 60 minutes of action.  She held the Bengals scoreless through the first two periods and eleven minutes of the third.  She now owns a 9-2-1 record on the season. 

Rookie of the Week

Madison Johnston-Elmira
Defender, Toronto, Ontario/Toronto Aeros (PWHL)

Johnston played a key role in Elmira's 7-1 win this weekend as she earned three assists on the night.  She assisted on the first three goals of the game including the game winner.  She now has 12 points in her rookie season.

Honor Roll

Jordan Caldwell-Plattsburgh State
Freshman, Forward, Arvada, Colo./Colorado Selects

Caldwell posted two goals, three points, seven shots and a plus-3 rating as the Cardinals beat conference foe Cortland, 8-1, and 6-1. She now leads freshmen skaters on the team with 10 assists and 15 points.
Alex Bresler-Elmira
Sophomore, Forward, Golden, Colo./Colorado Selects

Bresler earned a hat-trick which led Elmira to a 7-1 win over Buffalo State.  EC led 1-0 going into the third period until Bresler scored all three goals in the third period.  She scored at the 3:53 mark in the period which turned out to be the game winner.  She scored again at the 7:53 and 11:33 marks in the period.  Bresler leads Elmira in goals with 14 and is fourth in the conference in goals scored. 

Steph Moon-Plattsburgh State
Junior, Center, Allison Park, Pa./Ohio Flames 

Moon led the Cardinals with six points on a goal and five assists to help top-ranked Plattsburgh State sweep an ECAC West series from Cortland, 8-1, and 6-1. Her week included single-game career highs of four assists and five points in Friday's seven-goal victory against the Red Dragons. She also had four shots and a plus-5 rating. She boosted her career highs to seven goals, 16 assists and 23 points on the season, ranking third in team scoring and first in assists.

Lynny Gonzales-Utica
Junior, Forward, Rochester, N.Y./New Hampton School   

Gonzales netted two goals in the Pioneers 3-2 overtime loss on Friday night. She netted the game-tying goal for Utica with 17 seconds left in regulation to send the contest into overtime Friday. She currently leads the team with 23 points on 12 goals and 11 assists this season

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